Il Work-Study Conflict degli studenti universitari: quali relazioni con il benessere?

Titolo Rivista: PSICOLOGIA DELLA SALUTE
Autori/Curatori: Vincenza Capone
Anno di pubblicazione: 2018 Fascicolo: 3 Lingua: Italiano
Numero pagine: 14 P. 131-144 Dimensione file: 280 KB
DOI: 10.3280/PDS2018-003007
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L’obiettivo dello studio è quello di indagare le relazioni tra Work-Study Conflict (WSC), benessere mentale e performance accademiche di studenti-lavoratori. Si vuole inoltre approfondire il ruolo dell’autoefficacia studentesca e professionale, del sostegno sociale percepito e dell’engagement accademico per queste variabili, tenendo conto del genere e dell’età. È stato somministrato un questionario self-report, all’inizio del semestre accademico (T1, N = 77) e alla fine dopo una sessione d’esame (T2, N = 54), a studenti, lavoratori part-time È stato testato un modello di path analysys con l’aiuto del software MPLUS 7. I risultati hanno evidenziato come l’engagement, l’autoefficacia studentesca e il supporto dei colleghi di lavoro, al tempo 1, siano predittori negativi del WSC e positivi della performance accademica, rilevati dopo sei mesi. Solo l’autoefficacia lavorativa (T1) è risultata un predittore del benessere al (T2). Nessuna correlazione è emersa tra WSC e benessere. Questi risultati sostengono la necessità, per chi si occupa di orientamento e placement degli studenti universitari, di rafforzare le percezioni di autoefficacia e l’engagement per migliorarne le performance, il benessere e ridurre il WSC. I risultati evidenziano inoltre l’importanza della dimensione lavorativa (in termini di sostegno e autoefficacia) per il benessere e per la gestione dei conflitti di ruolo.

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Vincenza Capone, Il Work-Study Conflict degli studenti universitari: quali relazioni con il benessere? in "PSICOLOGIA DELLA SALUTE" 3/2018, pp 131-144, DOI: 10.3280/PDS2018-003007