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Men's Multiple Roles and Their Relationship to Men's Psychological Distress
Pleck, Joseph H.
Barnett, Rosalind C.
Marshall, Nancy L.
Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Journal of Marriage and the Family vol. 54 no. 02 (May 1992)
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There is general agreement that men's subjective experiences in their jab role affect their psychological health. Less attention has been paid to the incremental contribution of family role variables. In a random sample of 300 employed, married men in two-earner couples, we estimate the relationship between men's subjective experiences in their work and family roles and their level of psychological distress. We also estimate the moderating effects of marital-role quality, parental status, and parental-role quality on the relationship between job-role quality and distress. After controlling for job-role quality, both marital-role and parental-role quality are significant predictors of men's psychological distress. Parental status is not. Both marital-role and parental-role quality moderate the relationship between job-role quality and psychological distress.
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