Work-Family Conflict: Coping Strategies Adopted by Social Workers
There is a growing literature investigating the association between coping and work stress among social workers. An area that remains under-researched is the association between work-family conflict and coping. The present study explored the coping strategies adopted by social workers in dealing with the competing demands emanating from their work and family domains. In a larger study involving 439 Australian social workers, we analyzed the responses to two open-ended questions that explored...[Show more]
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