Work-family conflict, locus of control, and women's well-being: tests of alternative pathways.

@article{Noor2002WorkfamilyCL,
  title={Work-family conflict, locus of control, and women's well-being: tests of alternative pathways.},
  author={Noraini M. Noor},
  journal={The Journal of social psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={142 5},
  pages={645-62}
}
The author tested for the 3 possible pathways (i.e., direct, moderator, and mediator effects) in which locus of control can influence the relationship between work-family conflict and well-being. The author predicted that work-family conflict would be negatively correlated with well-being. In a sample of 310 Malaysian employed women with families, work-family conflict was a significant predictor of both job satisfaction and distress--negatively related to job satisfaction and positively related… CONTINUE READING

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