Investigation of the burnout syndrome caused by overwork, over-involvement, and over-participation. Much of the discussion in this program focuses on burnout as it affects women, minorities and those involved in activist struggles. Participants include Dr. Beverly Potter, author of "Beating job burnout"; Judith Meyer, professor at Pacific Oaks College who facilitates workshops on burnout; Pamela Gruber, Pacific Oaks College; Dr. Steve Tarzinski, member of the New American Movement who conducts workshops on burnout for Left and activist communities; Dr. Arlene Raven, feminist art historian and co-founder of the Los Angeles Woman's Building; Charlotte Bunch, feminist theoretician; and numerous other participants. Produced by Helene Rosenbluth and Catherine Stifter.
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