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Almeida, David M.; McDonald, Daniel – New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, 1998
Examined relationships between weekly rhythms of work and family stress and parent-adolescent tension. Found that parent-adolescent tension was most likely to occur on Sundays and Mondays, because parental work stress was more frequent at the beginning of the work week and home stress happened most on the weekend. Mothers' work and home stress…
Descriptors: Adolescent Development, Adolescents, Coping, Family Work Relationship
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Thomas, Narelle; Clarke, Valerie; Lavery, Judy – Australian Journal of Education, 2003
Results of a self-report questionnaire indicated that female primary teachers in Australia report moderate levels of global, work, and family stress. Time and workload pressure was the major work stressor, and responsibility for child rearing the major family stressor. Work stress and home stress both impacted on each other. (EV)
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Employed Women, Faculty Workload, Family Work Relationship
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Dilsiz, Telat – European Journal of Educational Management, 2018
The purpose of this study is to examine the moderating role of stress in the relationship between perceived procedural justice and the work-home conflict of teachers. For this purpose, the data collection tools were collected from the study group consisting of 129 teachers that were selected randomly with a clustered sampling method from the…
Descriptors: Family Work Relationship, Role Conflict, Stress Variables, Correlation
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Edwards, Julian A.; Van Laar, Darren; Easton, Simon; Kinman, Gail – Quality in Higher Education, 2009
Previous research suggests that higher education employees experience comparatively high levels of job stress. A range of instruments, both generic and job-specific, has been used to measure stressors and strains in this occupational context. The Work-related Quality of Life (WRQoL) scale is a measure designed to capture perceptions of the working…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Employees, Quality of Working Life, Factor Structure
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Fagan, Jay; Press, Julie – Journal of Family Issues, 2008
This study employed the ecological systems perspective and gender ideology theory to examine the influence of fathers' paid work-family crossover and family involvement on self-reports of work-family balance by employed mothers with children under the age of 13 (N = 179). Multiple regression analyses revealed that fathers' crossover factors had a…
Descriptors: Mothers, Family Involvement, Ideology, Fathers
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Faulkner, Monica; Gerstenblatt, Paula; Lee, Ahyoung; Vallejo, Viana; Travis, Dnika – Journal of Early Childhood Research, 2016
Childcare providers face multiple work-related stressors. Small studies of childcare providers have suggested that providers have high levels of depression compared to the general population. However, unlike other caregiving professions, the research examining childcare providers is sparse, and there is little information to inform practices and…
Descriptors: Well Being, Child Caregivers, Child Care Occupations, Stress Variables
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Kara, Sultan Bilge Keskinkiliç; Günes, Demet Zafer; Tüysüzer, Buse Sentürk – International Journal of Curriculum and Instruction, 2021
The aim of the study is to investigate the work-family conflict experienced by female teachers working from home due to COVID-19. The case study was used in the study. The study group of the research consists of teachers who are married and have children, working from home due to the pandemic process, working in Istanbul. 17 female teachers who…
Descriptors: Family Work Relationship, COVID-19, Pandemics, Females
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Margolis, Howard – Preventing School Failure, 2005
Struggling learners and their parents often are exasperated by homework. They find it difficult, frustrating, and laborious, producing resistance, slipshod work, stress at home, and conflicts between struggling learners, parents, and school personnel. The author (1) identifies several causes of struggling learners' homework difficulties, (2)…
Descriptors: Teacher Role, Classroom Techniques, Elementary School Teachers, Homework
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Stadtlander, Lee; Sickel, Amy – Higher Learning Research Communications, 2021
Objectives: Using the lens of the virtual workplace model, the current basic qualitative study examined how COVID-19 self-isolation affected both online and land-based faculty (working online as an emergency due to COVID-19) workspaces and work processes. Method: A total of 20 online and six land-based faculty completed e-mail interviews both one…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes, Work Environment, Working Hours
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Garcia, Martha Lucia – Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 2020
Social workers are called upon and expected to work with immigrants in culturally appropriate ways, particularly during a time of increased xenophobia. Yet, few are given the educational tools necessary to answer this call. A global human rights lens, informed by theories on work with immigrants, can provide a framework for social work educators…
Descriptors: Social Work, Counselor Training, Teaching Methods, Stranger Reactions
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Bolger, Niall; And Others – Journal of Marriage and the Family, 1989
Examined causal dynamics of stress contagion across work and home domains in married couples. Results revealed that husbands were more likely than wives to bring home stresses into workplace. Stress contagion from work to home was evident for both husbands and wives. Contagion of work stress into home appeared to set into motion process of dyadic…
Descriptors: Family Relationship, Role Conflict, Sex Differences, Spouses
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Wass, Samuel V.; Smith, Celia G.; Stubbs, Louise; Clackson, Kaili; Mirza, Farhan U. – Developmental Psychology, 2021
Over the last 2 centuries there has been a rapid increase in the proportion of children who grow up in cities. However, relatively little work has explored in detail the physiological and cognitive pathways through which city life may affect early development. To assess this, we observed a cohort of infants growing up in diverse settings across…
Descriptors: Physiology, Stress Variables, Infants, Urban Areas
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Verweij, Hanne; van der Heijden, Frank M. M. A.; van Hooff, Madelon L. M.; Prins, Jelle T.; Lagro-Janssen, Antoine L. M.; van Ravesteijn, Hiske; Speckens, Anne E. M. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2017
Burnout is highly prevalent in medical residents. In order to prevent or reduce burnout in medical residents, we should gain a better understanding of contributing and protective factors of burnout. Therefore we examined the associations of job demands and resources, home demands and resources, and work-home interferences with burnout in male and…
Descriptors: Medical Students, Undergraduate Students, Medical Education, Foreign Countries
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Sjödin, Fredrik; Neely, Gregory – Child Care in Practice, 2017
The study included 12 preschool departments, with two teachers in six departments characterised by high levels of stress and burnout and two teachers in six departments characterised by low levels of stress and burnout. A total of 24 females with a mean age of 43.5 years participated in the study. The teachers rated stress, fatigue, work demands…
Descriptors: Observation, Stress Variables, Preschool Teachers, Teacher Burnout
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Lund, Emily M.; Durán, Lillian K.; Corr, Catherine P. – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2021
Parents of young children with disabilities may experience high levels of stress and psychological distress that may put them at higher risk for experiencing suicidality. Thus, early childhood home visitors (e.g., professionals who work for home-based early intervention programs) may serve as important gatekeepers for identifying and referring…
Descriptors: Parent Attitudes, Stress Variables, Suicide, Young Children
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