The Concept of BURNOUT

Authors

  • Ancuța Loredana Cărăuș

Keywords:

syndrome; occur simultaneously; individual process; three stages

Abstract

Apparently, burnout is a recent phenomenon, although the human condition has been
around since immemorial times, violence is part of human life, it even seems to be innate, so it
manifests itself from a very young age. Combat strategies date back to childhood, and the school only
assumes an ameliorating role. The palliative solutions we invoke do not combat, but improve what is
possible.

Author Biography

Ancuța Loredana Cărăuș

Danubius University of Galati

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Published

2022-03-04

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Section

Pedagogical Practices