Role related social support, work-family-school role conflicts, and academic burnout in women

The purpose of the present study was to investigate the mediating role of work-family-school role conflicts on the relationship between role-related social support and academic burnout. The design of this study was correlational. A sample of ‌337 married-parent-employed female university students (mean age: 32.35 ± 5.94 years) who were studying at universities of Neyshabour and Mashhad, Iran, were selected in the academic year of 2017-18. The instruments were the Oldenburg Burnout Inventory-Student Version (Reisa, Xanthopouloub & Tsaousisc, 2015), The Role Related Social Support Scale (Xo & Song, 2013) and the Work-Family-School Role Conflicts Scale (Xo & Song, 2013). Using Maximum-Likelihood estimation and bootstrapping procedure, the results of path analysis showed that the proposed conceptual model have appropriate fit with the data. Role related social support components, showed significant negative direct effects on disengagement. Support from school showed significant negative direct effect on exhaustion. The results revealed that work-family-school role conflicts mediated the relationship between support from family and burnout components (p < 0.05). In married-parent-employee female university students, among role-related social support dimensions, support from family, reduces academic burnout through reducing work-family-school role conflicts.

Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Quarterly of Counseling Culture and Psychotherapy, Volume:10 Issue:40, 2019
155 - 182  
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