Family Conflict: Perspectives, Management and Outcomes

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Claire A. Gregory (Editor)

Series: Family Issues in the 21st Century
BISAC: SOC026010

 

The relationship between work and family can have different effects on individuals. As such, Family Conflict: Perspectives, Management and Outcomes presents a new look at the relationship between family and work, focusing on the effect that a mentor can have on family support and the hardships that individuals may experience while managing the boundaries between their work and their family.

The authors review the existing literature regarding the effects of smartphone use on work to family interference, individual-related outcomes of recovery, psychological detachment, relaxation, stress, and wellbeing.

Following this, the nature of effective parenting is examined by integrating the construct of emotional availability within a context-specific theoretical framework. In broader terms, emotional availability refers to parental sensitivity, non-intrusiveness, structuring, and non-hostility, as well as child’s responsiveness and involvement (Biringen 2000).

A detailed overview of the current knowledge on helicopter parenting behavior is provided, and the recent literature regarding its effects on the psychological well-being of emerging adults is discussed.

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Preface

Chapter 1. Work-Family Conflict and Work-Family Enrichment: The Positive and Negative Effects of Leader-Mentor Duo on the Work-Family Interface
(Sandra Campaniço Cavaleiro and Catarina Gomes, CINAV – PO Navy Research Centre, Escola Naval, Almada, Portugal, and others)

Chapter 2. Last Seen Online: The Reflections of Smart Phone Use on Family and Work Balance
(Selin Metin Camgoz, Ozge Tayfur Ekmekci and Pinar Bayhan Karapinar, Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey)

Chapter 3. Effective Parenting within an Integrative Framework of Emotional Availability and Domains-of-Socialization
(Cansu Alsancak-Akbulut, Dilek Saritas Atalar and Irem Metin-Orta, Department of Psychology, Ankara University, Ankara, Turkey, and others)

Chapter 4. The Impact of Helicopter Parenting on Emerging Adult Child’s Psychological Well-Being and Its Reflections on Work Life
(Irem Metin-Orta and Eren Miski-Aydin, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Atilim University, Ankara, Turkey, and others)

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