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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationships between four general coping styles, work and family conflict, and work and family facilitation in a simultaneous equations framework Design/methodology/approach – Data from the MIDUS study were analyzed using two‐staged least...
Purpose – This paper aims to examine the dynamics of individual and organizational characteristics in work‐family conflict (WFC) and career outcomes. It aims to consider the role of self‐esteem, career management and multiple life role commitment, and, as individual characteristics, on WFC and...
Purpose – This paper aims to explore how mid‐career professional mothers perceive themselves in relation to their work and family roles, how they experience these roles, how they merge their work, family and individual self, and what meaning they make of this integration....
Purpose – This paper aims to investigate the effects that a larger societal context (i.e. values, norms) and the legal framework have on an individual's ability to combine work and family. Design/methodology/approach – Qualitative interviews were used to examine the perceptions female middle...
Purpose – This paper aims to explore generational effects on work‐family conflict and synergy Design/methodology/approach – The design is cross‐sectional and investigates large US national probability samples. Multiple regressions and ANOVAs were used in the analyses. Findings – Generational...
Purpose – The purpose of the paper is to focus on personal and social background factors as potential channels for the transmission of work related attitudes in young adults. The paper aims to examine the extent to which gender, parental job type, job status, and education, as well as school...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to introduce a selection of papers within the issue that discuss the work‐family interface. Design/methodology/approach – The themes of the papers in the issue are outlined Findings – The papers address the following: conflict, facilitation and individual...
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