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    題名: 工作家庭衝突、心理資源及關係損耗:一項日記型的研究
    Work-family conflict, psychological resources, and relationship depletion: a diary study
    作者: 林廉峻
    Lin, Lien-Chun
    貢獻者: 郭建志
    Kuo, Chien-Chih
    林廉峻
    Lin, Lien-Chun
    關鍵詞: 工作家庭衝突
    心理資源
    反芻
    日記型研究
    Work-family conflict
    Psychological resources
    Rumination
    Diary study
    日期: 2017
    上傳時間: 2017-07-31 11:31:17 (UTC+8)
    摘要: 工作家庭衝突領域之研究已有豐富的理論與成果,探討短時間內工作家庭衝突隨著工作者所處環境與心理歷程的動態發展亦成為新興趨勢。本研究採用資源保存理論的觀點,認為工作者每日隨職家環境與認知歷程而變動的狀態性心理資源,能中介工作家庭衝突與工作者在職場與家庭中人際行為表現的關係,並提出反芻作為情境變項,驗證個體不同類型的認知思考對每日工作家庭衝突與關係損耗間的調節作用
    本研究採用日記型研究法,首先進行前測調查,並隨後進行一周連續五個工作日的日記型問卷調查,研究資料共有96名受試者,433筆有效樣本,結果採取階層線性模型分析之。研究發現,每日的工作家庭衝突與家庭工作衝突皆顯著預測當日與主管、同事、與家人的關係損耗,並預測當日更低的自我效能。在反芻部分,負向反芻能降低工作者每日家庭對工作衝突與家人關係損耗的負向關係;問題解決反芻能降低工作者每日工作對家庭衝突與家人關係損耗的負向關係。其結果顯示,每日工作家庭衝突與個人自我調節資源有正向關聯,而透過不同的反芻型態,則能夠減緩衝突對於家人關係的負向影響。
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    描述: 碩士
    國立政治大學
    輔導與諮商碩士學位學程(MPCG)
    102172005
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