Federica Emanuel

Federica Emanuel
Università degli Studi di Torino | UNITO · Dipartimento di Filosofia e Scienze dell'Educazione

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Il presente volume intende mettere a disposizione una scala originale di autovalutazione delle soft skill, rivolta agli studenti universitari, che ha seguito un lungo iter di validazione: il PassporTest. La scala consente di rilevare 12 soft skill, articolate in quattro aree: problem solving e decision making; gestione del tempo; adozione di strate...
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Il contributo presenta una riflessione sul tema dei learning outcomes nella didattica universitaria. L’attenzione per il processo didattico e l’apprendimento portano benefici per studenti, docenti e istituzione. Il tema dei learning outcomes in relazione alla progettazione didattica e alla valutazione diventa oggetto della formazione dei docenti un...
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The paper reflects on the topic of learning outcomes in Higher Education. The emphasis on the education process and learning benefits students, faculty, and institution. The theme of learning outcomes in relation to instructional design and assessment becomes the subject of faculty development programs; a three-level training is hypothesized and di...
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Passion for work is an important individual factor related to the quality of working life. Flow at work is an optimal experience in which the individual is immersed in, loves and enjoys the work. The aim of the study is to investigate the relationship between passion for work (harmonious and obsessive), flow at work (as a mediator) and exhaustion i...
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A fronte del differenziarsi della domanda formativa, l'università è chiamata a rivedere la valutazione in senso inclusivo, così da sostenere la riuscita di tutti gli studenti. Occorre allo scopo controllare i processi di valuta-zione sommativa agli esami, per evitare i bias legati a stereotipi o pregiudizi che possono distorcere i processi valutati...
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The growing attention of the labour market to soft skills has led universities, in different countries to develop tools for the promotion and the assessment of generic skills. The studies carried out at the University of Turin on the design, implementation and testing of the Passport platform fall into this area. Passport is an articulated online c...
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Che cosa è il Faculty Development? Perché è importante formare i docenti universitari al miglioramento della didattica e della valutazione? Quali sono i possibili esiti dei percorsi di formazione per docenti universitari? Quali i fattori di maggiore efficacia e gli aspetti da considerare nella progettazione di queste iniziative? Il volume, alla luc...
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Professions that involve interaction with customers entail great emotional effort: workers are required to show emotions different from their true feeling and they experienced emotional dissonance and verbal aggression from customers. These job demands can generate discomfort and the effects of emotional labour can “expand” in other life domains. T...
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This paper presents a reflection on the topic of the university professor’s performance. A model (SFERA) is described, it allows to evaluate the professor’s performance; moreover, descriptive data and correlations show the relationship among the model’s dimensions (synchrony, strengths, energy, rhythm and activation) and the perceived teaching self...
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Dual-income families are challenged by several issues in terms of conciliation between the working environment, the family context and the management of children. This paper, consistently with spillover and crossover hypotheses, aimed at examining the intermediate role of work-family balance, linking on work-family organizational support, work-to-f...
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In recent years, changes in business, new technology, and greater competitiveness and dynamism have all resulted in a need for new skills. This study focuses on soft skills in accounting education, exploring the viewpoints of both graduates and employers. Our main question is to better understand if there is a right match between graduates’ percept...
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In Italy, the Italian National Anti-Corruption Authority (Autorità Nazionale Anti-corruzione-ANAC) has developed a questionnaire to assess the organizational well-being of employees within public agencies. The study aimed to explore the relationship among variables in the ANAC questionnaire: Several job resources (lack of discrimination, fairness,...
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Background: Cemeteries workers are deserving of attention because they are exposed to various psychosocial risks: these workers are subject to painful contacts and daily exposed to a work content linked to death experiences and the emotions associated with them. Secondary trauma develops from this continuous contact with others’ suffering; operator...
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Soft skills are defined as socio-emotional abilities, important for personal development, social participation, academic and work achievement, and are ideally opposite to specific technical skills. University is today called to adapt to the demands of a complex and mutable labour market, where it is important to support the graduates’ employability...
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Job insecurity and off-work hours Technology Assisted Job Demand (off-TAJD) can impact individual and organizational outcomes. This study aims to investigate the relationship between job insecurity, off-TAJD, cognitive demands and turnover intention by considering the mediation of exhaustion. The research involved a convenience sample of 543 employ...
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Background: In the last years, many changes have involved the labor context: new ways of working, more flexibility and uncertainty, new and more insecure job contracts. In this framework, perceived job insecurity, worker’s perception about potential involuntary job loss, has received renewed interest, also for those workers with a permanent contrac...
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BACKGROUND In Italy, the work-related stress and organizational well-being evaluation is subject to specific norms and regulations. The Italian National Anti-Corruption Authority (Autorità Nazionale Anticorruzione - ANAC) has developed a questionnaire to assess the organizational well-being of the employees in Public Administration Institutions. O...
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Background Turnover intentions refer to employees’ intent to leave the organization and, within call centers, it can be influenced by factors such as relational variables or the perception of the quality of working life, which can be affected by emotional dissonance. This specific job demand to express emotions not felt is peculiar in call centers,...
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Introduzione. In questo studio è analizzato il ruolo del clima di sicurezza, ovvero dell’attenzione dell’organizzazione alla salute e sicurezza dei lavoratori, e di alcune richieste e risorse lavorative in relazione alla soddisfazione lavorativa, intesa come indicatore di benessere cognitivo al lavoro. Il benessere al lavoro è oggetto di crescente...
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Objectives: This study examined the role of the "safety climate", or the organization's attention to health and safety of workers, and of job demand and resources in relation with job satisfaction. Wellbeing at work is a topic of growing interest, in line with the legislation and the programs on health and safety of workers and management and the...
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Lo studio prende in considerazione i rischi psicosociali dei lavoratori di un cimitero del Nord Italia. Questi operatori sono fortemente a rischio sul piano della salute in quanto costantemente esposti a un contenuto traumatico. I principali rischi sono infatti riconducibili alle caratteristiche del lavoro emotivo (Zapf et al., 2001) e al potenzial...
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Background: The relationship between technology-assisted supplemental work and well-being outcomes is a recent issue in scientific literature. Whether the use of technology for work purpose in off-work time may have a positive or negative impact on work-family balance remains an open question and the role of gender in this relationship is poorly un...
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Il contributo prende in considerazione la relazione tra richieste e risorse lavorative, flow at work (FaW) e intenzione di turnover. In particolare è osservato il ruolo della insicurezza lavorativa percepita che risulta avere conseguenze negative sul benessere dei lavoratori. Lo studio indaga la relazione tra richieste lavorative (carico lavorativo...
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Flow is an inner experience produced by the participation in an activity in which people are immersed and enjoy it (Csikszentmihalyi, 1990). According to the Job Demands-Resources Model (Bakker and Demerouti, 2014), flow at work (FaW) occurs when job demands meet professional skills and when they are balanced by resources (Csikszentmihalyi, 2003)....
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Introduzione: La valutazione dello stress lavoro-correlato rappresenta per le aziende un obbligo di legge, che in alcuni casi può essere interpretato anche come l’opportunità di approfondire la rilevazione del benessere al lavoro e delle dimensioni ad esso associate, attraverso il diretto coinvolgimento dei lavoratori. A tal fine, come cornice teor...
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Background: Work-related stress evaluation is a legal requirement for companies that, in some cases, might be seen as an opportunity to examine wellbeing at work and the dimensions related to it, through the involvement of employees. To that end, this study considers the job demands-resources model as a theoretical framework. Objectives: The stu...
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Background: Emotional labor, defined as the process of regulating feelings and expressions as part of the work role, is a major characteristic in call centers. In particular, interacting with customers, agents are required to show certain emotions that are considered acceptable by the organization, even though these emotions may be different from t...
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Purpose – Different studies underline that perceived job insecurity (PJI) has negative consequences at both individual and organisational level. Some authors investigated PJI in temporary agency workers (TAWs) but these studies did not focus on specific countries and did not discuss the relationship with job exhaustion. Other researchers explored g...
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L’insicurezza lavorativa (IL) è legata a conseguenze negative a livello individuale e organizzativo. Pochi studi, ad oggi, analizzano la relazione tra IL e indicatori di malessere utilizzando la prospettiva del genere. Il presente studio, facendo riferimento al jd-r model, analizza la relazione tra l’IL, alcune richieste e risorse lavorative (caric...
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Introduction: The theme of well-being and discomfort at work has attracted increasing interest in recent years. The present study, according to Job Demands-Resources model (JD-R), inquires the effects of personal (optimism, internal locus of control) and organizational resources (job autonomy, supervisors and colleagues support) and general (work-...
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- Organizational literature has described the advantages of mentoring for mentors and, above all, for mentees. A survey of 200 respondents employed in three organizations in northwestern Italy shows that mentees have higher mean scores for job satisfaction, self-efficacy on the job and positive emotions at work than non-mentees. Mentees also show l...

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Il Progetto Passport.Unito: per lo sviluppo delle soft skills nell'Università degli Studi di Torino è promosso dall'Università di Torino con il sostegno della Compagnia di San Paolo. Scopo di Passport.Unito è progettare, pianificare e sperimentare un programma di potenziamento delle soft skills, rivolto agli studenti dell'Ateneo, per promuovere il successo accademico e la working readiness. Passport.Unito prevede un'azione articolata attraverso diversi strumenti: - Piattaforma online per la valutazione e il potenziamento delle soft skills - Workshop destinati agli studenti dei primi anni dei Cdl di I livello e ciclo unico - Fall School per laureati, soft skills per employability, l'inserimento e la riuscita lavorativa. www.passport.unito.it