Akademisyenlerin İş ve Aile Karakteristiklerinin Evlilik, Aile ve Yaşam Tatmini İle İlişkisi: İş ve Aile Çatışmasının Aracı Rolü
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The aim of this study was to examine mediator effect of work-family conflict (WFC) on the relationship between within-domain demands and boundary-spanning resources of work-family domain, and marital, family and life satisfaction. Using data gathered from married faculty members with at least one child (n=445) in İstanbul, the present study provided an integrated model combining demands, resources, WFC (work-to-family and family-to-work), family and personal well-being outcomes in a single study. According to results of path analysis, the proposed model explained 26% of the variance in marital satisfaction, 54% of the variance in family satisfaction, and 42% of the variance in life satisfaction. The model suggested that within-domain demands had negative effect on marital, family and life satisfaction through WFC while boundary-spanning resources had positive effect on them through WFC.