Work–Family Boundary Dynamics
boundary management, work–family conflict, border theory, boundary theory, flexibility
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Theory, constructs, and research with regard to individual work–family boundary management dynamics are reviewed with the goal of promoting a greater understanding and integration of the existing literature. The article begins by noting trends that have contributed to interest in the topic, and then outlines major theoretical perspectives on boundary management and boundary characteristics, integration/segmentation, and associated constructs. It next notes limitations of existing research and concludes with recommendations for future research.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior, v. 1, p. 99-121
Scholar Commons Citation
Allen, Tammy D.; Cho, Eunae; and Meier, Laurenz L., "Work–Family Boundary Dynamics" (2014). Psychology Faculty Publications. 2496.