Work–Family Demands and Subjective Well-being among Female Academicians: The Role of Muslim Religiosity

@article{Achour2015WorkFamilyDA,
  title={Work–Family Demands and Subjective Well-being among Female Academicians: The Role of Muslim Religiosity},
  author={M. Achour and M. R. Mohd Nor and Mohd Yakub Zulkifli Mohd Yusoff},
  journal={Review of Religious Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={57},
  pages={419-433}
}
The current study examines the relationship between work–family demands and the subjective well-being of female academicians. It analyses the role of religiosity as a moderator of work–family demands and well-being. The determinants of work–family demands included in this research are workload, log working hours, irregular work schedule, number of children and their ages, and time spent on family activities. The researcher sampled 300 female academic staff employed in research universities in… Expand

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