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Author
Grabowska Izabela (Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie), Słotwińska-Rosłanowska Ewelina (Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie)
Title
Konflikt pomiędzy pracą zawodową a obowiązkami rodzinnymi w Polsce
Conflict Between Work and Family in Poland
Source
Studia Demograficzne, 2017, nr 2(172), s. 97-119, rys., tab., aneksy, bibliogr. s. 114-115
Keyword
Aktywność zawodowa ludności, Praca w domu, Rodzina
Activity rate of population, Homeworking, Family
Note
summ.
Abstract
Celem niniejszego artykułu jest analiza nasilenia konfliktu pomiędzy pracą zawodową a obowiązkami rodzinnymi w sposób całościowy. Wyodrębniamy zarówno konflikt na linii praca- rodzina, tj. gdy praca zawodowa zakłóca realizację obowiązków rodzinnych, jak i konflikt na linii rodzina-praca, tj. gdy obowiązki rodzinne oddziałują na wykonywanie pracy zawodowej. Naszym celem jest także próba identyfikacji determinant konfliktu między życiem zawodowym i rodzinnym w polskim kontekście. (fragment tekstu)

The aim of the paper is to present determinants of work-family conflict for working men and women in Poland. Two types of such conflict were studied - from work to family and from family to work. Due to the fact that mostly parents are exposed for those types of conflict, the analysis is restricted to men and women with children up to 14 years old. The analysis is conducted separately for men and women since differences in division of duties in families may result in differences in determinants of work-family conflict. We are interested in the influence of workplace and family characteristics on both types of conflict. The model analysis is based on data from the second wave of the Gender and Generations Survey for Poland. We conclude that in Poland both types of conflict exist, but the intensity of work-family conflict is bigger than family-work conflict. In case of each type of conflict, its intensity is similar for men and women, but the determinants of those types of conflict vary across gender. (original abstract)
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0039-3134
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