Work‐Family Conflict and Career Development Theories: A Search for Helping Strategies

Work‐Family Conflict and Career Development Theories: A Search for Helping Strategies The authors discuss the connection between the work‐family conflict literature and some career development and counseling theories, attempting to use theoretical tenets for the development of effective helping interventions. The focus is on female workers' experience of work‐family conflict, given that this group is more exposed to and negatively affected by such conflict in their personal and vocational lives. Career counseling implications are discussed in an effort to identify more effective helping and coping strategies. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Counseling & Development Wiley

Work‐Family Conflict and Career Development Theories: A Search for Helping Strategies

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Publisher
Wiley
Copyright
2009 American Counseling Association
ISSN
0748-9633
eISSN
1556-6678
DOI
10.1002/j.1556-6678.2009.tb00134.x
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Abstract

The authors discuss the connection between the work‐family conflict literature and some career development and counseling theories, attempting to use theoretical tenets for the development of effective helping interventions. The focus is on female workers' experience of work‐family conflict, given that this group is more exposed to and negatively affected by such conflict in their personal and vocational lives. Career counseling implications are discussed in an effort to identify more effective helping and coping strategies.

Journal

Journal of Counseling & DevelopmentWiley

Published: Oct 1, 2009

References

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    Bandura, Bandura
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  • Work‐family conflict among female teachers
    Cinamon, Cinamon; Rich, Rich
  • Role salience and multiple roles: A gender perspective
    Cook, Cook
  • The relationship of women's role strain to social support, role satisfaction, and self‐efficacy
    Erdwins, Erdwins; Buffardi, Buffardi; Casper, Casper; O'Brien, O'Brien
  • The impact of life role salience on life satisfaction
    Perrone, Perrone; Civiletto, Civiletto
  • Role conflict and flexible work arrangements: The effects on applicant attraction
    Rau, Rau; Hyland, Hyland

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