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研究生:賈汶琳
研究生(外文):Wen-Lin Chia
論文名稱:消除歧視- 憂鬱症員工於工作環境之感受與存活
論文名稱(外文):Erase the Stigma-How Depressed Employees Survive the Workplace
指導教授:林帆
指導教授(外文):Francois Bouchetoux
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立中山大學
系所名稱:人力資源管理全英語碩士學位學程
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:其他商業及管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2023
畢業學年度:111
語文別:英文
論文頁數:68
中文關鍵詞:心理健康意識憂鬱員工工作環境心理健康憂鬱症
外文關鍵詞:Mental Health Awareness  Depressed EmployeeWorkplaceMental HealthDepression
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這份研究主要是為了消除憂鬱症與其他心理疾患而設計,以提倡心理健康為目的。這份研究詳細的敘述患有憂鬱症員工在工作場所之感受。心理健康在工作環境常受到忽視且受到歧視。這份研究採用敘述研究分析。藉由閱讀這份研究你將會對心理健康、心理疾患與憂鬱症有更詳細的認識,並理解憂鬱症患者的一路上的經歷,且他們如何在面對心理疾患的歧視下存活。研究結果顯示患有憂鬱症員工,因知道現有社會對心理疾患的歧視與誤解竟而害怕讓他人知道其情況,且承認憂鬱症會對工作表現造成負面影響。總述來說,發現一個循環,因社會普遍對心理疾患的歧視與誤解,導致患者心理壓力與害怕和他人解釋與承認其與到的困難處境,竟而導致眾人不願談論心理疾患之議題,連帶影響眾人更加對心理疾患造成誤解與對其之知識與常識缺乏,接連影響到憂鬱患者其復原程度與速度。
This research is design to erase the stigma about depression and mental disorder and to raise awareness on mental health. The research has detailed information about how depressed employees truly feel at workplace. Mental health is often overlooked especially at workplace and have been misunderstood. The narrative approach was chosen as the research method. By reading through this research, you will learn more about mental health, mental disorders and depression and have more understanding about their journey and the misconception that they are facing, which made them harder to survive. The outcomes of the research have found that depressed employees often are afraid of speaking up due the awareness of the stigma and have admitted that depression have negatively impact on their job performance. Overall, a cycle has been detected that due to the deficiency of mental health knowledge that created the stigma and basis that people had on them. That leads to the timidity that depressed employees of revealing their situation and tell us about how they truly feel. The more that people are afraid of talking about it, the less awareness will be gained on the topic, without the support and the knowledge people will delay the journey of healing.
Table of Contents
Thesis Validation Letter i
Acknowledgment ii
摘要 iii
Abstract iv
1. Introduction 1
2. Literature Review 6
2.1 What is mental health 6
2.2 Why is mental health important 7
2.3 What is mental disorder 8
2.4 What is depression 9
2.5 The history of mental illness and depression 10
2.7 Why is mental health important at workplace 12
2.8 Why is understanding mental health is beneficial at workplace 13
3. Research Question 15
4. Methods 15
4.1 Role of Researcher 15
4.2 Approach 16
4.3 Profiles of Participants 16
4.4 Interview Procedure 18
5. Analysis 18
5.1 Depression can affect work performance 18
5.2 Fear of speaking up 22
6. Conclusion 24
7. Suggestion 26
8. Limitation 27
Reference 27
APPENDIXES 30
APPENDIXES A. INFORMED CONSENT FORM 30
APPENDIXES B. INTERVIEW INTRODUCTION 32
APPENDIXES C. INTERVIEW SCRIPTS 33
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