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Role Conflict between Family and Workplace among Women: A Sociological Analysis | Original Article

Sakshi Patel*, Anjula Rajvanshi, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Conflict is defined as a conflict that occurs in a humanitarian relationship (intrapersonal or interpersonal) between one party and another in achieving a goal, conflict will arise due to differences in interests, emotions or psychology and values. Role conflict happens when employees are given multiple, incompatible roles at once or when their role overlaps with that of another employee or work group. A worker is more likely to experience stress at work if there is more role conflict.Aims-To assess the socioeconomic profile of the working women and the factors of role conflict between family and workplace. Methods-The data for the present study have been collected by using the observation and interview schedule technique from 100 respondents for the fulfillment of the information. Purposive sampling was used to select the working women in private sectors.Result-The majority of respondents are 31-40 yrs. age group, female, Hindu, married and degreediploma holder. Work-family conflict is high degree for working women in private sector. Role conflict generating factors are heavy work load, negative attitudes of senior, financial problems unfavourable attitude of husband, failures in children care and multiple roles.