Interface trabalho-família, vinculação romântica e parentalidade

Ana Virgínia Pereira, Joana Marina Vieira, Paula Mena Matos

Resumo


Este estudo pretende (a) compreender as associações entre conciliação trabalho-família e a vivência satisfatória e/ou stressante da parentalidade, (b) analisar a variabilidade destas associações em função do sexo da figura parental, e (c) testar se estas associações são afetadas pela qualidade da vinculação romântica. Recolheram-se, transversalmente, dados de 346 participantes (173 homens e 173 mulheres) que responderam a instrumentos de autorrelato, designadamente a Work-Family Enrichment Scale, a Work-Family Conflict Scale, a Experiences in Close Relationship Scale e a Parental Stress Scale. Encontraram-se diferenças, em função do sexo na predição dos efeitos do conflito e enriquecimento trabalho-família sobre as dimensões de satisfação e stress parentais. Foram também encontradas diferenças na satisfação parental, sendo significativamente mais elevada nas mulheres do que nos homens. O papel moderador da vinculação romântica na relação entre enriquecimento/conflito e satisfação/stress parentais não se verificou, embora o evitamento prediga negativamente a satisfação parental nos homens.


Palavras-chave


Interface trabalho-família, Vinculação ao par romântico, Satisfação parental, Stress parental, Sexo, Género.

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