Degree Granting Department
Walter C. Borman
This study draws from the extensive research on work and family, and examined a model of the antecedents and outcomes of work-school conflict and work-school facilitation. As an extension of previous research on the work-school interface, the purpose of this study is two-fold. First, this study aimed to examine the impact of conflict and facilitation on personal health. Second, the study set out to investigate the role of emotional support from friends and family, and self-efficacy as moderators. Data were obtained from 329 full-time students who were also employed part-time. The model was tested using structural equation modeling techniques. One of the primary objectives of the study was partially supported as work-school conflict was negatively related to health-related outcomes (physical and psychological well-being). However, results did not support the other study hypotheses.
Scholar Commons Citation
Singla, Neha, "Blending Work and School: Positives and Negatives of the Interface" (2013). Graduate Theses and Dissertations.