Family Policy, Perceived Stress and Work-Family Conflict. A Comparative Analysis of Women in 20 Welfare States
Publication year: 2010
Ingrid Esser and Tommy Ferrarini
Individual- and country-level factors are brought together in simultaneous analyses of their relationships with perceived stress and work-family conflict for women. The hypotheses predicting higher stress and role conflicts in countries where family policy design offers extensive support to dual-earner families does not find support in the findings, that instead indicate that it counterbalance stress emanating from multiple roles.