n Gender and Behaviour - Dual-career couples : coping with multiple role stress
|Article Title||Dual-career couples : coping with multiple role stress|
|© Publisher:||IFE Centre for Psychological Studies (ICPS)|
|Journal||Gender and Behaviour|
|Publication Date||Jun 2009|
|Pages||2231 - 2246|
The study investigated the type of stress dual-career couples encounter at home and at their workplace and how they having been coping with stressful situations. A total of one hundred and thirteen (113) dual-career couples working at the University of Nigeria and ministry of health, Nigeria participated in this study. Results showed that dual-career couples who receive no assistance from house-helps reported more role overload than their counterparts who receive no assistance from anybody, X2(1) = 13.3, p < 0.05. Results also showed that dual-career couples who live with aged parent(s) / parent(s)-in-law and their own children reported more role overload than their counterparts are neither living with their children nor with aged parent(s), X2(1) = 24.45, p < 0.05. The major sources of stress for dual-career couples living with their own children and aged parents centred on children-related activities.
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