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Author: Bracco Bruce, Lucía
Wakeham Nieri, Andrea
Valdez Oyague, Raúl
Velázquez Castro, Tesania
Date: 2018
Published in: Apuntes de Psicología, 36 (3), 117-128.
Document type: Article
Abstract: El artículo explora la presencia del Síndrome de Agotamiento Profesional (SAP) en trabajadores penitenciarios peruanos a nivel nacional. Se aplicó el instrumento Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) y una encuesta sobre variables sociodemográficas y cond...
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The article explores the presence of Burnout Syndrome in Peruvian penitentiary workers nationwide. The Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) instrument and a survey on sociodemographic variables and working conditions were applied to 910 participants from 11 prisons in Peru, with a final number of 852 valid protocols. The main results show that 74% of the participants present high scores in at least one area of the MBI. Specifically, women tend to present higher scores in the dimensions of emotional exhaustion and professional efficiency. The same applies to workers with higher education or postgraduate studies. Moreover, high amounts of administrative tasks, work overload and work with inmates increases the probability of finding elevated scores in at least one area evaluated by the MBI. Conversely, greater job satisfaction, contribution to work goals and appropriate relationships between peers, reduce the possibility of suffering from Burnout Syndrome.
Cite: Bracco Bruce, L., Wakeham Nieri, A., Valdez Oyague, R. y Velázquez Castro, T. (2018). Síndrome de Agotamiento Profesional, variables sociodemográficas y condiciones laborales en trabajadores penitenciarios peruanos. Apuntes de Psicología, 36 (3), 117-128.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/88721

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