Health stress and coping antonovsky pdf
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Health, stress, and coping
NCBI Bookshelf. The Handbook of Salutogenesis [Internet]. Cham CH : Springer; While the chapter briefly describes these constructs and their place in the salutogenic model of health as a whole, in-depth discussion of them is left to designated chapters. The role of this chapter is to provide an overview of the Salutogenic Model of Health the way Antonovsky wrote about it over nearly 30 years. While chapter three portrays Antonovsky, the man and the researcher, this chapter portrays the SMH and its development along with life events of its creator until the untimely death of Antonovsky in
The Handbook of Salutogenesis [Internet].
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All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in — any form except for brief quotation not to exceed 1, words in a review or professional — work without permission in writing from the publishers. This book poses the question of salutogenesis, of the origins genesis of health saluto. The very need for a neologism suggests that, whatever the work that has been done in this area, little of it can be called serious or systematic; the study of pathogenesis still over- whelmingly dominates medical research, whether biological or so- cial. The book also proposes an answer to the question of saluto- genesis The origins of health are to be found in a sense of coherence. Taken together, the question and the answer are called the saluto- genic model. This model, proposed by a sociologist, is, of course, only a partial conceptualization of one of the greatest mysteries in the study of people : How do we manage to stay healthy?