publication . Thesis . 2002

Marriage & Family Therapy Faculty Member's Balance of Work and Personal Life

Matheson, Jennifer L.;
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  • Published: 26 Apr 2002
  • Publisher: Virginia Tech
  • Country: United States
Abstract
This mixed-method study examines the work and personal life balance of Marriage & Family Therapy faculty members across the U.S., 16 of whom were interviewed to gain a deeper understanding of their work and personal life balance issues. Of those, six felt they had good balance, six felt they had poor balance, and four were "middle of the road." More men than women felt they had good balance. Faculty members indicated external and internal indicators such as family and workplace messages, health cues, feelings of contentment, and congruence with personal values help them determine how they feel about their work and personal life balance. Other findings indicate t...
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free text keywords: Qualitative Research, Marriage & Family Therapy, Work and Personal Life Balance, Faculty
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