Volume 1, Issue 4 (5-2004)                   CPAP 2004, 1(4): 35-48 | Back to browse issues page

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Rastegar Khaled A. Work-Family Role Conflict and the Influential Social Factors. CPAP. 2004; 1 (4) :35-48
URL: http://cpap.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-142-en.html
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This research aimed to study work–family role conflict and to determine the social factors having influence on the conflict. The effort is taken to offer a model for identification of the work-family conflict. The research is based on scarcity and accumulation approaches, and theories such as Merton’s role set, Good’s role strain, Seiber’s accumulation role, and Mark’s role balance, as well as benefiting from certain models for work-family role conflict which are of the major issues in optimization and organizational behavior studies. This model puts forward three major thoughts which are: interactive nature of conflicts, the influence of work factors on work-family role conflict and the influence of family factors on family-work role conflict, and the role of sex in moderating the rate, and direction of the influential factors in experienced conflicts. The results of this research support the suggested model and identify the most important variables having influence on work-family conflict and on every dimension of it for both men and women.
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