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Citation. Greenhaus, J. H., & Beutell, N. J. . Sources and conflict between work and family roles. The Academy of Management Review, 10(1), Sources of Conflict between Work and Family Roles Author(s): Jeffrey H. Greenhaus and Nicholas J. Beutell Source: The Academy of Management Review, Vol. Jeffrey H. Greenhaus; and; Nicholas J. Beutell. Jeffrey H. Greenhaus. Jeffrey H. Published Online:1 Jan About.


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Academv of Management Review. A model of work-family conflict is proposed, and a series of research propositions is presented.

The relationship between employees' work meyer, ; Johnson,a heightened con- lives and their nonwork pursuits has undergone cern for employees' quality of work life Walton, recent scrutiny Kanter, greenhaus and beutell 1985 Voydanoff, Kahn, Wolfe, suggest the need to review and integrate Quinin, Snoek, and Rosenthal identified this steadily growing body of literature.

Therefore, interrole conflict that does not directly Recent literature reviews have examined work involve the work role is omitted from the review. However, none was identified in Hall's,research on mar- of these reviews has systematically evaluated the ried greenhaus and beutell 1985.

In addition, conflict between the empirical research on conflict between work and work role and the "leisure" role is excluded from nonwork roles.

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Consistent with Kanter's the review. Schuler, and Graham L. Staines for their substantial and con- The review is generally limited to studies in structive comments on earlier versions of this manuscript.

Nonempirical to give attention to family affairs during evening research and studies that measure related phe- hours. The conflict arises between the role of the nomena e. In a more greenhaus and beutell 1985 work-family conflict. Although the ble with pressures arising in another role.

The focus here on sources of conflict between Based on the work of Kahn et al.

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Greenhaus and beutell 1985 understood more thoroughly. Moreover, despite is, participation in the work family role is made the blurring of work and family activities in some more difficult by virtue of participation in the situations, work and family roles still have dis- family work role.

An examination of the litera- tinct norms and requirements that may be incom- ture suggests three major forms of work-family patible with one another. Thus, the analytical conflict: Figure 1 presents greenhaus and beutell 1985 model of the sources of work-family conflict.

The model proposes that any role characteristic that affects a person's time The Meaning of Work-Family Conflict involvement, strain, or behavior within a role Role Conflict can produce conflict between that role and another role.

Work-Home Interference and Work-Family Conflict, Definition(s) of

The model also proposes that role pressures Kahn et al. They identified different pliance with role demands.

In each form of conflict, one set of role pressures is An Integration of the Research in some sense incompatible with the other set of on Work-Family Conflict pressures.

Studies that have investigated work-family con- Interrole Conflict flict are presented in Table 1. Interrole greenhaus and beutell 1985 is a form of role conflict in Time-Based Conflict which the sets of opposing pressures arise from Multiple roles may compete for a person's time.