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Moral Conflicts in Teaching Project Work: A Job Burdened by Role Strains

Tero Vartiainen
2007 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
This case study concerns moral conflicts identified by instructors on a project course in information systems education.  ...  Students on the course in question are expected to acquire project-work skills through implementing a project task for a real-life client.  ...  Moral Conflicts in Teaching Project Work: A Job Burdened by Role Strains by T.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.02043 fatcat:gc6hryiasva3demjjafncodubm

Work-Family Conflict and Primary and Secondary School Principals' Work Engagement: A Moderated Mediation Model

Zhongping Yang, Shisan Qi, Lianping Zeng, Xiaohong Han, Yun Pan
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
Moreover, affective commitment played a moderating role in the relationship between job satisfaction and work engagement.  ...  The present study examined whether the relationship between work-family conflict and work engagement was mediated by job satisfaction, and whether the mediating role was moderated by affective commitment  ...  ., one of the three components of organizational commitment identified by Meyer and Allen (1991) ] played a moderating role in the relationship between triggers of stress and job strain (Irving and Coleman  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.596385 pmid:33584432 pmcid:PMC7876373 fatcat:347vsthbobffvjzc6bngoxasvu

Psychosocial Risks and Job Satisfaction in Argentinian Scholars: Exploring the Moderating Role of Work Engagement

Lucas Pujol-Cols, Mariana Lazzaro-Salazar
2018 Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology  
Drawing on evidence collected in a sample of 177 scholars from an Argentinian public university, this study explores the buffering role of work engagement in the relationship between perceived exposure  ...  job satisfaction.  ...  expense of turning a blind eye on the strains caused by the work demands imposed on scholars.  ... 
doi:10.5093/jwop2018a17 fatcat:5tqlf6fh6fh5ditgd2diyh2ebm

The Chronic Health Effects of Work-Related Stressors Experienced by Police Communications Workers

Rodolfo A. Perez, Katelyn K. Jetelina, Jennifer M. Reingle Gonzalez
2021 Safety and Health at Work  
This research study included focus groups with 23 call takers and 911 dispatchers employed by a large, urban law enforcement agency in 2018. Thematic analyses were conducted to identify trends.  ...  their jobs.  ...  This may improve morale, perceived worth, and as a result, reduce stress.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.shaw.2021.05.005 pmid:34527398 pmcid:PMC8430437 fatcat:5ycgfeoyzravnlg3qtdbn2srwq

Working in Long-Term Residential Care: A Qualitative Metasummary Encompassing Roles, Working Environments, Work Satisfaction, and Factors Affecting Recruitment and Retention of Nurse Aides

Elizabeth Ann Andersen
2009 Global Journal of Health Science  
care aides-their roles, working environments, work satisfaction, and factors affecting recruitment and retention.  ...  By means of the Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature (CINAHL), MEDLINE, EMBASE and Ageline (AARP) database searches, the author presents a review of the literature addressing residential  ...  These aides are not motivated by solely by wages or the working environment but by a combination of intrinsic factors such as a belief that their job is important (Parsons et al. 2003) or a belief that  ... 
doi:10.5539/gjhs.v1n2p2 fatcat:2m4ge7pxwrbijbwqoyvc2tppsu

Administrative Challenges Facing Nonprofit Worksites Providing Work or Work-like Experiences for Welfare Recipients

Rebecca Joyce Kissane
2010 Sociological perspectives  
Over the last decade, neoliberal welfare policies expanded nonprofit organizations' role in the welfare state.  ...  This change resulted in the organizational emergence of numerous "welfare internships" (i.e., situations where welfare recipients engage in work experiences to fulfill work requirements for little or no  ...  Acknowledgments: This analysis is based in part on data collected under the auspices of MDRC's Project of Devolution and Urban Change.  ... 
doi:10.1525/sop.2010.53.3.373 fatcat:htgaefxzozgmdj7xjt3lnzc6iy

The Importance of Better Work [chapter]

Monique Kremer, Robert Went, Godfried Engbersen
2021 Research for Policy  
AbstractThis chapter draws on the extant scientific literature on the importance of having a job, in particular the importance of having good work.  ...  From this literature we distil three core characteristics of good work, which also align with survey findings about what people in the Netherlands expect from their jobs.  ...  She is at school by 7.30 am each day, where she teaches a third-grade class. Today she has the help of a trainee teaching assistant who comes in once a week.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-78682-3_2 fatcat:trhj6gzi7bd5fcwur2tauogjw4

How School Culture and Teacher's Work Stress Impact on Teacher's Job Satisfaction

Susan Febriantina, Suparno Suparno, Marsofiyati Marsofiyati, Rusi Rusmiati Aliyyah
2020 International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research  
Vocational school as a school with the development of work-ready skills, combine learning dual system by learning in school and work in the industry, needs to be examined as the effectiveness of teacher  ...  Physical condition is the leading indicator in developing teacher's job satisfaction skills for school in policy-making as well as a teacher.  ...  School values relate moral order hold by a school including the commitment to fairness, consistency, care ethics, and inclusion.  ... 
doi:10.26803/ijlter.19.8.22 fatcat:tzbx6psl2nbefphvxxbs2caiby

Women's Work, Men's Work: Sex Segregation on the Job

Mary Ruggie, Barbara F. Reskin, Heidi I. Hartmann
1986 Contemporary Sociology  
roles and in total work time (both paid and family).  ...  were affected to a significantly greater degree by same-sex than by opposite-sex role models.  ...  EXTENT, TRENDS, AND PROJECTIONS FOR THE FUTURE Trends in Occupational Segregation by Sex and Race, 1960-1981 Andrea H.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2071043 fatcat:42pjf54yofab5ahcmcsaksjuri

Life's Work

Vicki Schultz
2000 Columbia Law Review  
In this Essay, Professor Schultz develops a vision of social justice grounded in the redistribution and restructuring of paid work.  ...  She calls upon feminists to forego narrow identity politics in favor of joining with a broad array of other groups to fashion a social order in which work provides a foundation for egalitarian conceptions  ...  Marks, Multiple Roles and Role Strain: Some Notes on Human Energy, Time and Commitment, 42 Am. Soc.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1123593 fatcat:mlzrzdl3cvgebbvc4ruckk34xy

INSPIRED but Tired: How Medical Faculty's Job Demands and Resources Lead to Engagement, Work-Life Conflict, and Burnout

Rebecca S. Lee, Leanne S. Son Hing, Vishi Gnanakumaran, Shelly K. Weiss, Donna S. Lero, Peter A. Hausdorf, Denis Daneman
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
Thus, for these medical faculty job resources play a dual-role for work-life conflict.  ...  analyze interviews from 30 medical faculty (19 women, 11 men, average tenure 13.36 years) at a top research hospital in Canada.FindingsMedical faculty's experiences of work-life conflict were severe.  ...  /teaching, and/or administrative), which results in competition for time/energy Intra-role conflict feeds into inter-role conflict Perceived prioritization of research Clinical work undervalued  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.609639 pmid:33643137 pmcid:PMC7902718 fatcat:2umm5btsxra5jbyxs7tzibkbcq

Age Integration as a Solution to Work–Family Conflict

Karyn Loscocco
2000 The gerontologist  
Acknowledgment Acknowledgments This essay is in the public domain. Acknowledgment Acknowledgments Dr. Foner is now retired from Rutgers University. Address correspondence to Dr. Anne Foner, 200  ...  Working parents also experience role strain, because work and family compete and conflict (e.g., Greenhaus, 1988; Kanter, 1977) .  ...  The Promise of Age Integration Ideally, a society in which people intersperse education, work, and leisure over the course of their lives is one in which role strain and role overload at midlife can be  ... 
doi:10.1093/geront/40.3.292 pmid:10853521 fatcat:t5n6dbve3nftvcqqwwcvauohre

Job performance: Working conditions of urban teachers in Zimbabwean schools

Victor C. Ngwenya
2021 South African Journal of Human Resource Management  
Funding information This research received no specific grant from any funding agency in the public, commercial or not-for-profit sectors.  ...  education managers who are the gatekeepers of the institution, the ethics committee, the Permanent Secretary of Education and Provincial Education Director who allowed that the research be conducted in  ...  Job performance Teachers' working conditions As education by any standards is a bedrock of any developing nation and teachers play a critical role in nurturing the minds and hearts of the youth who are  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajhrm.v19i0.1454 fatcat:nk5jdt3ec5fm7ouz3cjqjbolhq

A Look in the Mirror: Unveiling Human Rights Issues Within Social Work Education

Dana S. Smith, Angela M. Goins, Shahnaz Savani
2020 Journal of Human Rights and Social Work  
This project was conducted at a mid-sized university in the Southwest region of the United States where current and recent field students responded to surveys and social work field instructors and faculty  ...  This study fills a gap in the literature and provides recommendations for further research and anti-oppressive approaches for the academy to employ in the education of future social work professionals.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Marisol Orozco, Elizabeth Patterson, and Melissa Trejo for their useful discussions and ideas on this research project.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41134-020-00157-7 pmid:33251330 pmcid:PMC7683579 fatcat:mbicx64hbjhfxmjlo4pl6wud5u

MATE Robots Simplifying My Work: The Benefits and Socioethical Implications

Valeria Villani, Lorenzo Sabattini, Julia N. Czerniak, Alexander Mertens, Cesare Fantuzzi
2018 IEEE robotics & automation magazine  
Additionally, a discussion about which factors in the organization of companies are critical with respect to the introduction of a MATE system is presented.  ...  Using such a MATE system gives rise to several ethical and social implications, which are discussed in this paper.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The research is carried out within the "Smart and adaptive interfaces for INCLUSIVE work environment" project, funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme  ... 
doi:10.1109/mra.2017.2781308 fatcat:xc6rhapdhzcbxfpusud7g2zsy4
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