Sean Chin

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

2020 journal article

Daily effects of continuousICTdemands onwork-familyconflict: Negative spillover and role conflict

STRESS AND HEALTH, 36(4), 533–545.

By: S. Cho n, S. Kim*, S. Chin n & U. Ahmad n

author keywords: boundary control; ICT demands; role conflict; spillover effect; work-family conflict
MeSH headings : Communications Media / statistics & numerical data; Conflict, Psychological; Family / psychology; Humans; Information Technology / statistics & numerical data; Multilevel Analysis; Role; Work / psychology; Work-Life Balance
TL;DR: A daily diary study to investigate how different types of daily ICT demands experienced during work hours and after work influence work-family conflict (WFC) in the evening revealed that differenttypes of I CT demands experienced at work have idiosyncratic impacts on WFC. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: June 29, 2020

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