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Vizsgálatunk célja az volt, hogy dolgozó felnőtteken (N = 544, F = 227, N = 317) teszteljük az általunk összeállított munka-család egyensúly kérdőívet. Ennek mért dimenziói a munkából származó család-konfliktus, a családból származó munka-konfliktus, az élettel és munkával való elégedettség, valamint a családba és munkába bevonódás voltak. A kérdőív egészének és egyes aldimenzióinak érvényességét feltérképező és ellenőrző faktoranalízissel vizsgáltuk, valamint a faktorok belső konzisztenciáját is elemeztük. Strukturális egyenlet modellezés segítségével (SEM) megvizsgáltuk továbbá a dimenziók egymással való kapcsolati hálóját egy olyan modellben, amelyben a fenti tényezők mellett szerepeltek a munkahelyi klíma (szakmailag támogató és feszült), a munkával kapcsolatos követelmények (munkaórák és túlórák mennyisége), valamint demográfiai adatok (családi állapot és gyermekek száma) hatásai is. Azonfelül, hogy erősen összekapcsolódó rendszerről kaptunk így információkat, elkülönítettük a munkából származó család- és családból származó munka-konfliktus egyedi hátterét is. A feltárt modell kapcsán egyrészt megjelentek a szakirodalom által elvárt hatások és kapcsolatok, másrészt új kapcsolati mintázatokat is sikerült feltárni.

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