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Mariana Bargsted

Mariana Bargsted
Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Santiago de Chile. · Organizational Psychology

Phd In Organizational and Social Psychology

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Introduction
I am an associate professor in work and organizational psychology. My main research interests are Employability, Career, and Social Entrepreneurship. Nowadays I am studying employability in older workers and also work design and other variables related to organizational behavior, like self-efficacy
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July 2012 - June 2015
Universidad Católica del Norte (Chile)
Position
  • Dean of Faculty of Humanities

Publications

Publications (27)
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The COVID-19 pandemic has driven organizations to implement various flexible work arrangements. Due to a lack of longitudinal studies, there is currently no consensus in specialized literature regarding the consequences of flexible work arrangements on employee mental health, as well any long term potential impacts. Using the Job Demand-Resource Mo...
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Negative stereotypes about older workers can result in different types of age discrimination. The aim of this study was to run a transcultural adaptation and validation of the Nordic Age Discrimination Scale (NADS) into Spanish. Three independent samples of Chilean (N = 301), Colombian (N = 150), and Spanish (N = 209) workers over the age of 45, fr...
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Purpose In the context of an aging workforce and uncertain labor markets, it is a priority to identify and analyze what factors influence intentions regarding motivation to continue working, how and when to retire. From the life course perspective, this paper aims to capture the individual agency and structure perceptions to withdrawal from work ea...
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En los últimos años la empleabilidad ha surgido como un aspecto clave que facilita la transición al mercado laboral de los graduados, siendo su finalidad la obtención de un empleo. Sin embargo, pocos estudios han puesto el foco en los factores personales que favorecen dicha empleabilidad y la calidad de los empleos obtenidos. Por ello, el objetivo...
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La empleabilidad, conceptualizada como la capacidad para obtener y mantener un trabajo, es un elemento crucial para comprender las trayectorias laborales contemporáneas. Los estudios sobre este concepto han adoptado perspectivas diferentes y complementarias, como los enfoques de empleabilidad disposicional, de competencias de empleabilidad, y de em...
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Varios autores realizan aportes desde la investigación, experiencias de gestión y trabajo en red acerca de la relación entre la educación superior y el mundo del trabajo, abordando aspectos como: el relacionamiento con graduados, empleabilidad, mentorías, aprendizaje experiencial, servicios de apoyo al fortalecimiento de la empleabilidad, orientaci...
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Purpose Career success has been understood as an outcome of career goals, achievement and employability resources. Recent research has enlightened its potential effect on career decisions and perceived employability. This paper aims to test the role of career success in the relationship between competence employability and perceived employability....
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Esta publicación constituye un trabajo colaborativo basado en contribuciones de investigadores y profesionales de la educación superior. En su mayor parte, derivadas de ponencias escogidas para el V Encuentro Bienal de Educación Superior y Mundo del Trabajo (BIESTRA 2019). Una selección de artículos que ha sido complementada con aportes de invitado...
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The purpose of this study is to investigate the mediating role of work design characteristics (task, knowledge, social, and contextual characteristics) in the relationship between professional self-efficacy and job satisfaction. Research has shown how motivational job design has positive consequences for individuals, increasing control and percepti...
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Workforce ageing and the need to work longer implies several challenges worldwide. Due to the potential for career prolongation, one such implication is to understand how age and perceived employability buffers relationship effects between job insecurity and job satisfaction. Therefore, this research aims to investigate the moderating roles of perc...
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The study aimed to determine the type of relationships that could exist between work design, engagement, and life satisfaction. This research was carried out in Madrid, Spain, where a random sample of 305 people answered a survey. All those constructs were assessed with the following instruments: Work Design Questionnaire (WDQ); Utrecht Work Engage...
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Past research suggests that the connection between values and people's behaviour may not be as straightforward and robust as has been claimed. We propose that a more holistic and discriminative view that acknowledges the influence of a specific combination of values on specific kinds of behaviour is needed. In the current project, we test two hypot...
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Based on professional ethics in the exercise of work and organizational psychology, a qualitative research was conducted using the approach of constructivist grounded theory, with the objective of describing recognized ethical problems in recruitment and selection of personnel processes, as well as its consequences, with the participation of 40 jun...
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Since work organizations became the subject of scientific research, how to operationalize and measure dimensions of work design has been an issue, mainly due to concerns about internal consistency and factor structure. In response, Morgeson and Humphrey (2006) built the Work Design Questionnaire –WDQ–, an instrument that identifies and measures the...
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El objetivo de esta investigación fue explorar la relación entre el Compromiso Organizacional y la Satisfacción con la Vida, así como determinar si el engagement actúa como facilitador. Se propuso que las dimensiones afectiva y normativa del compromiso tendrían una relación significativa con la satisfacción con la vida a través del engagement. Para...
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The research of employability shows tension in the social field of career, where variables such as market value, gender, and personal skills are important. The aim of this study was to identify the predicted weight of market value of type of occupation, sex, and career competences (self-efficacy, pro-activity, and locus of control) over objective e...
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This study aimed to evaluate whether the scoring system of the General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-12) alters the instrument's factor structure. The method considered 1,972 university students from nine Ibero American countries. Modeling was performed with structural equations for 1, 2, and 3 latent factors. The mechanism for scoring the questions wa...
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The research of employability shows tension in the social field of career, where variables such as market value, gender, and personal skills are important. The aim of this study was to identify the predicted weight of market value of professions, gender, and career competences (self-efficacy, pro-activity and locus of control) over objective employ...
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The present article tries to gather empirical evidence for the moderating role of occupational self-efficacy beliefs between job satisfaction and specific responses to stress such as irritation at work. A multi-occupational sample of 386 subjects participated in this study, 47.1% women and 52.9% men. The mean age was 38 years old (s.d. 12.03), all...
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El presente artículo pretende aportar evidencia empírica sobre el posible rol modulador que la expectativa de autoeficacia ocupacional ejerce sobre la satisfacción laboral y la irritación laboral. El estudio se llevó a cabo con una muestra multiocupacional de 386 sujetos, todos ellos en activo a la hora de rellenar los cuestionarios. Se llevaron a...
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Introducción: La docencia es una de las labores más estresantes, encontrándose los profesores constantemente expuestos a factores de riesgo psicosocial en el trabajo, lo que genera efectos negativos en su salud mental. Objetivo: analizar cómo afectan estos factores en docentes pertenecientes a diferentes tipos de establecimientos: públicos, privad...
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Este artículo es una revisión teórica del emprendimiento social, entendido como cualquier iniciativa de negocio, con o sin fin de lucro, cuyo principal objetivo es la generación de valor social. Este es un campo de investigación reciente y atractivo que progresivamente, hace acopio de información, aunque poca de ella sea empírica. El objetivo de es...
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Social entrepreneurship is a topic of growing interest that demands empirical studies on different aspects. This is an exploratory study aimed at identifying a distinctive psychosocial profile of social entrepreneurs (SE). We conducted a factorial study in which we distinguished social entrepreneurs (SE), volunteers (VOL), philanthropists (PHI) and...
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Tesis doctoral inédita leída en la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Facultad de Psicología, Departamento de Psicología Social y Metodología, Fecha de lectura:23 de julio de 2008

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Projects (5)
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To study changes in employability, careers and career success
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The Millenium Nucleus of the Evolution of Work (MNEW) wants to harness research from social sciences to explore what the future may hold for workers of Chile (and other emerging countries) compared to what has been experienced in developed economies. We will focus on two aspects of that transformation namely the new ways in which work is organized and the impact of technological change.