Relationship of Perceived Autonomy Support With Work Family Conflict in Women Teachers in Padang City
Gumi Langerya Rizal, Zulian Fikry
Gumi Langerya Rizal
Available Online 25 August 2020.
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- Work Family Conflict, Perceived Autonomy Support, teacher
- Along with the times, married women no longer only act as housewives but also play a role in helping the family economy. This condition can cause role conflict in women. Conflict between work and family (Work Family Conflict) has a negative impact on women, so the role of support from the surrounding environment is needed including the work environment. This research was conducted on 471 female teachers in the city of Padang. This study uses a correlational quantitative method. The research data collection uses Perceived Autonomy Support: The Work Climate Questionnaire (PASS) and Work-Family-Work Conflict Scale (WFWCS). The results of testing the research hypothesis with non-parametric statistical analysis Rank Spearman with the help of the SPSS 20 statistical program is that there is a significant negative correlation between Perceived Autonomy Support and Work Family Conflict with Rho values = -0.357 ** with p <0.01. These results indicate that there is a significant negative relationship between Perceived Autonomy Support and Work Family Conflict. The relative contribution value of Perceived Autonomy Support to Work Family Conflict is 11.4% (R square = 0.114) and the rest is influenced by factors other than Perceived Autonomy Support.
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TY - CONF AU - Gumi Langerya Rizal AU - Zulian Fikry PY - 2020 DA - 2020/08/25 TI - Relationship of Perceived Autonomy Support With Work Family Conflict in Women Teachers in Padang City BT - 1st Progress in Social Science, Humanities and Education Research Symposium (PSSHERS 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 161 EP - 165 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.200824.039 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.200824.039 ID - Rizal2020 ER -