Individual Coping Strategies
The impact of commuting, as we have seen in the model, has negative implications for the individual, organization, and society. In order to minimize or, where possible, eliminate their occurrence, this and the following chapters (Chapters 8 and 9) suggest techniques for dealing with various consequences. Many of the recommendations are theory based, others empirically derived, usually from areas of stress research outside of commuting. Afterwards, some of the relevant inferences derived from the general literature are applied to our specific stress-strain relationship.
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