Balance Between Work And Life Analysis

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Mukhiddinova Mavzuna, 133 group
Striking a Balance Between Work and Life: An Analysis of Biographical narratives of School Teachers.
Work and life are obviously interconnected, they influence each other and individuals cannot ignore one sphere without affecting the other. Life as we usually see it is the things that individual does before and after he or she leaves their work place, and to some extent, their duties at home. Work/family border theory (Clark, 2000) sees individual who manages work – life spheres as a traveler, who crosses borders of two different countries. Before that theory sociologists tried to explain how people maintain work and life separately. Never paying attention to the ways how people maintain these
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It’s very well known fact school teachers’ job is not only giving lessons to students during lessons hours. But there is a lot of “paper work” that needs to be done and which is a big part of school teachers’ job. This paper focuses on ways schools teacher attain the balance between work and life, the factors that seem vital for them to have balanced and satisfied life. The analysis will be based on semi-structured interviews with school teachers from two different types of school (ordinal and gymnasium). The interviews will consist of questions that are based on literature review of main problems that school teachers might have been trying to strike their work- life balance. Author of this paper is open to the new, not previously mentioned in review, problems that may be found during…show more content…
Therefore, misrepresents the complex psychological processes by which people make sense of their time and manage multiple life domains. They stress that the main characteristic of work-life balance is being omitted by fellow researches. That characteristic is time. They also purpose that the way people think about themselves and their work will impact the experience of work-nonwork conflict, above and beyond the important effects of time allocation. Thompson and Bunderson’s main idea is that if time is spent in identity-affirming activities, be they work or being engaged in nonwork interests, will try to perceive less conflict between life
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