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“…These empirical results are in harmony with the results of previous researches where authors have stated that when an individual actively participates in one role, he feels distracted by the thoughts and demands of the other role (Ashforth et al 2000 ; Frone et al 1992 ) which may add to the distress levels. Thus, considering the role theory as discussed in the theoretical background, we can observe that managing family and work responsibilities and that too with additional workload becomes very difficult for an employee to manage (Greenhaus and Beutell 1985 ; Levinson et al 1965 ). One’s inability to meet the expectations leads to demotivation and distress.…”
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“…These empirical results are in harmony with the results of previous researches where authors have stated that when an individual actively participates in one role, he feels distracted by the thoughts and demands of the other role (Ashforth et al 2000 ; Frone et al 1992 ) which may add to the distress levels. Thus, considering the role theory as discussed in the theoretical background, we can observe that managing family and work responsibilities and that too with additional workload becomes very difficult for an employee to manage (Greenhaus and Beutell 1985 ; Levinson et al 1965 ). One’s inability to meet the expectations leads to demotivation and distress.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…In contrast, some researchers contradict that work and family roles are mutually enriching (Greenhaus and Powell 2006 ). Various researchers have conducted studies based on the role theory (Levinson et al 1965 ) to analyze work and family conflict. The theory states that people find it difficult to maintain multiple roles and cannot perform each role successfully, leading to a conflict (Greenhaus and Beutell 1985 ; Levinson et al 1965 ).…”
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“…Bu açıdan yaşanan RB'nin yol açtığı durumları, Kahn ve arkadaşları, iş yaşamında gerginlik, iş memnuniyetsizliği ve düşük özgüven olarak sıralamışlardır. Yapılan pek çok çalışmada da bu sonuçlara ulaşılmıştır (Kahn, 1964;Palomino ve Frezatti, 2015).…”
Section: Rol çAtışması Ve Rol Belirsizliğiunclassified
“…The notion of role conflict is explained in the theory of role dynamics by Kahn et al. (Levinson et al, 1965) According to Greenhaus et al, (Greenhaus & Beutell, 1985) work-family conflict is classically defined as a form of inter-role conflict in which role pressures from the work domain and family are incompatible so participation in one role becomes more difficult with participation in another role. Work-family conflicts can result in work-to-family disruptions as well as family-to-work disruptions.…”
Section: Work-family Conflictmentioning