PART -TIME WORKING STUDENTS IN UNIVERSITY OF PORT HARCOURT AND INTER ROLE CONFLICT

BY
AKIKIBOFORI JACOB SUNDAY
Department of Social Studies,
Faculty of Social Sciences
IGNATIUS AJURU,
University of Education
Port Harcourt, Rivers State
08033365287

ABSTRACT
A conceptual model of the Part-time students’ well-being was developed and tested. This study extends existing research and investigated the process by which role-balance, role-conflict and role affect are associated with a students’ well-being. Data were collected from a sample of 320 part-time students (18-30 years old) who had collected either a full and a part-time paid job. The model was tested using structural equation modeling. Results supported the proposed conceptual model as well as the enrichment and depletion arguments of students’ engagement in multiple roles and their well-being.

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Posted in VOLUME 14 N0. (2) SEPTEMBER 2012.

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