Work-Family Conflict and Social Support: A Study of Women Academics in Java Indonesia
Assoc. Prof. Siobhan Austen
Assoc. Prof. Kirsten Holmes
Dr Htwe Htwe Thein
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School of Management
This thesis was designed to examine the experience of work-family conflict and social support mechanisms used to manage work-family conflict by married women academics with children in Java, Indonesia. A mixed methods study using three stages was designed to address the research questions. Cultural factors are considered to be critical factors in understanding work-family conflict and are used to describe the social support mechanisms used by female academics in Java Indonesia.
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