Coming unglued: Workplace characteristics, work satisfaction, and family cohesion

Daphne Pedersen Stevens1, Gary Kiger1, Pamela J. Riley1
1Utah State University, United States
Cite this article:  Pedersen Stevens, D., Kiger, G., & Riley, P. (2002). Coming unglued: Workplace characteristics, work satisfaction, and family cohesion. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 30, 289-302.

Volume 30 Issue 3 | e1161 | Published: May 2002 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.2002.30.3.289

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Many studies that make use of the spillover model of work and family cite anecdotal stories bout how a reduction in work-family spillover will directly enhance family relations. The authors argue that while work-family fit is certainly important, this relationship is complex; there are more basic processes in a marital relationship that mediate the association between work-family spillover and family functioning. This paper focuses on the effect that work has on one sphere of family functioning - family cohesion - considering the mediating roles of work-to-family spillover and negotiated aspects of the marital relationship.
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