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|Title:||The Effects of Career Salience and Life-Cycle Variables on Perceptions of Work-Family Interfaces|
|Source:||Chi-Ching, Y. (1995). The Effects of Career Salience and Life-Cycle Variables on Perceptions of Work-Family Interfaces. Human Relations 48 (3) : 265-284. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1177/001872679504800303|
|Abstract:||Explores the life-stages theory on work-family interfaces. Based on theories of adult development, this theory has a strong biological/physiological overtone. It overlooks individual differences on perceptions of work-family interfaces. Examined in this context are the effects of career salience & life-cycle variables on life-cycle salience. Findings based on scale & survey data from a stratified sample of 429 business administration graduates in Singapore show that career salience interacts with life-cycle variables such that the latter affect the perceptions of men & women with different career orientations differently.|
|Source Title:||Human Relations|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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