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An application of Bandura's social cognitive theory to the explanation of safety-related behavior
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Year of Award2006
Department, School or CentreDepartment of Management
CourseDoctor of Philosophy
FacultyFaculty of Business and Economics
Bandura, Albert, 1925-Industrial hygiene ManagementIndustrial safety ManagementSocial perceptionIndustrial accidentsJob stressElectric industries Health aspects AustraliaElectric industry workers Health and hygiene Queensland Case studiesIndustrial hygiene Queensland Case studiesSafety climate.Psychological climate.Occupational health and safety.Occupational stress.Electricity industry