Does conflict between home and work explain the effect of multiple roles on mental health? A comparative study of Finland, Japan, and the UK.

@article{Chandola2004DoesCB,
  title={Does conflict between home and work explain the effect of multiple roles on mental health? A comparative study of Finland, Japan, and the UK.},
  author={Tarani Chandola and Pekka Martikainen and Melanie Bartley and Eero Lahelma and Michael Marmot and Sekine Michikazu and Ali Nasermoaddeli and Sadanobu Kagamimori},
  journal={International journal of epidemiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={33 4},
  pages={884-93}
}
BACKGROUND Although there have been a number of studies on the effects of multiple roles on health and how a combination of work and family roles may be either advantageous (role enhancement) or disadvantageous (role strain) for health, there has been relatively little investigation on the psychosocial content of such roles. Work-to-family conflict and family-to-work conflict could arise from inability to combine multiple roles and result in stress and ill health. The question of whether both… CONTINUE READING

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