Psychologia rodziny teoria i badania [Mieczyslaw Plopa] on *FREE * shipping on qualifying offers. Publikacja jest proba przedstawienia zarowno. Praca i rodzina. Konflikt czy synergia? [Work and Family. Conflict or Synergy?] Warszawa: WydawnictwVizja Press & IT. Plopa, M. (). Psychologia rodziny. Jan M Plopa. Plopa, M. (). Psychologia rodziny. Teoria i badania. Kraków: Oficyna Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Scholar Socjologia rodziny.
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Therefore it seemed justifiable to search for variables significantly mediating the relations between experienced role conflict, experienced stress and a m.plopx of purpose in life. Conflicts resulting from the work-family relation generate difficulties also in its social aspect Frone, Yardley, Markel,after: Work-life balance in the new millennium: Nevertheless, it is very often emphasized in the literature of the subject that negative consequences coming from the specific character of these relationships occur as well.
M.;lopa Evolution of Earning and Caring. In the presented study we did not manage to monitor how the partners in two-career relationships regarded the issue of gender roles. Where do we need go?
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Among undeniable advantages are: Research questions and hypotheses Considering the purposes formulated above, the following research questions were put forward: The overspill between the areas of work and family is frequently negative in character.
Methods In order to verify the research questions and hypotheses stated above, four diagnostic tools were used.
Our studies reveal that the costs resulting from the specific character of how dual-career marriages operate, affect women more acutely and psychologla significantly more often report the feeling of fatigue, tension, stress, enjoying no affirmation of life or negatively evaluating their lives. The dual-career psychologi family: Most often they come down to physical and emotional strains, time pressure, a considerable quantistrona Duxbury and Higginsdefine work-family conflict as one occurring when requirements connected with different life roles are incoherent and incompatible, and committing to one of the roles makes it difficult to commit to the other.
Mieczysław Plopa (Author of Psychologia rodziny)
Canadian Policy Research Networks, Int. In addition, authors show that the complexity of analyzed interactions can also apply to factors mediating this process. The results, as analyzed with the Amos 21 statistical package figure 1, table 1 indicate that the model generally fits the data acceptably well and its statistical power is satisfactory.
Such success is, no doubt, a hard-earned one and requires both partners to be tolerant and mature. Journal of Marriage and Family, 53, Grzywacz and Marks ; Grzywacz, emphasize the complexity of the relationship between said areas of human functioning, pointing out to the twofold nature of this dependency — either conflicting or facilitating.
The issue was therefore presented as a one-way relationship Parasuraman, Greenhaus, Women, men, work, and family. A dual-career relationship is a situation where this intermingling occurs in its extreme. Acta Neuropsychologica, 11 1 According to Janicka negative psychloogia of balancing professional and family roles can be divided into four main categories — behavioral, psychological, health-related and a social one.
Rodiny work and family are allies: Place attachment and mobility. These analyses are therefore worth including in the studies yet to be conducted on this subject.
Plopa, Mieczysław (1948- ).
Work-family spillover and health during midlife: Historical trends In Work-Family: However, when women engage more in professional work, it does not always mean than m.pplopa take up more responsibilities at home; it rather means m.plopx scope of activities broadens for wives, more seldom for husbands. The analysis of empirical material presented in this study is in keeping with the dichotomous picture of dual-career marriages, burdened with many threats and negative consequences, but also supported by many satisfying areas able to counter the influence of experienced stress, tension or role conflict Kosakowska, Petrus, Psychologia Rozwojowa, 11, 3, Interference between work and family: A peculiar paradox underlying the experienced stress and role conflicts can be noticed, one that consists in a specific split: Journal of Social Behaviour and Personality, 3, As previously mentioned, negative psychological consequences reported by partners in dual-career relationships are coupled with a higher level of satisfaction with their lives, achievements or financial situation.
The control group was composed of egalitarian partnerships and traditional marriages. As demonstrated by the results of numerous studies Rook, Dooley, Catalano, ; Rostowska,individuals experiencing satisfaction with their own life and its particular areas, are able to set out clear and realistic life goals, take pleasure in their own accomplishments, and cope with the toil of every-day reality and stress more effectively.
Taking into consideration the specific character of dual-career marriages Anderson, Spruill, ; Rostowski, Rostowska, and the level of commitment of both partners to fulfill two life roles it was expected that the spouses in dual-career relationship, as compared with the control group, would be the ones to report the lowest levels of well-being, among other things due to intense stress, experiencing role conflicts more often and lacking a sense of purpose in life.
In order to verify the research questions and hypotheses stated above, four diagnostic tools were used: According to that view, performing one role, e. Later Greenhaus and Beutell ; Baka, defined role conflict as incoherent requirements at work and in family life, the problem being that they mutually make it difficult to accomplish various tasks.
No significant differences between women and men were observed.