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Title: Work life balance among teacher educators in relation to work engagement and organizational role stress
Researcher: Lakhanpal, Yogita
Guide(s): Sharma, Anjali
Keywords: Education and Educational Research
Organizational Role Stress
Social Sciences
Social Sciences General
Teacher Educators
Work Engagement
Work Life Balance
University: Panjab University
Completed Date: 2018
Abstract: In the present study investigator tried to find out the relationship between work life balance among teacher educators with work engagement and organizational role stress. Researcher took a sample of 500 teacher educators from the Colleges of Education affiliated to Panjab University, Chandigarh from Panjab and Chandigarh U.T. Work Life Balance scale was developed and validated by the investigator herself. Work Engagement and Organizational Role Stress scale was also employed to conduct a study. Findings of the study revealed for bi-Variate analysis is that vigor measure of work engagement is not correlated significantly with most of the measure of work life balance in total sample, male as well as female sample. It means in the work life balance of the teacher educators, vigor does not effect. Further findings revealed for differential analysis is that male and female teacher educators differ significantly on the measures of family life and financial management and also overall work life. Married and unmarried teacher educator did not differ on any of the measures of work life balance. Except physical life, there are significant differences on all measures of work life balance in the total male as well as female sample due to low and high organizational role stress. Again significant differences are found on all measures of work life balance in the total sample, male as well as female sample due to low and high level of work engagement. Thus to sum up the variable work engagement and its dimensions contribute positively whereas organizational role stress and its dimensions contribute negatively in predicting the work life balance in the total sample, male and female samples. newline
Pagination: xiii,227p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/326673
Appears in Departments:Department of Education

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