The influence of family stress and conflict on depressive symptoms among working married women

A longitudinal study

Yeong Jun Ju, Euncheol Park, Hyun Jun Ju, Sang Ah Lee, Joo Eun Lee, Woorim Kim, Sung Youn Chun, Tae Hyun Kim

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In the present study, researchers examined the association between depressive symptoms and family stress and conflict from multiple roles, along with the combined effect of family stress and family-work conflict. We used data from the 2008–2012 Korean Welfare Panel Study, consisting of 4,663 baseline participants. We measured depressive symptoms using the 11-item Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale. There was a significant relationship between depressive symptoms and family stress and conflict among working married women. With regard to the combined analysis, working married women who reported both family stress and family-work conflict exhibited the highest odds of depressive symptoms.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)275-288
Number of pages14
JournalHealth Care for Women International
Volume39
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2018 Mar 4

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Working Women
Family Conflict
Longitudinal Studies
Depression
Epidemiologic Studies
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Ju, Yeong Jun ; Park, Euncheol ; Ju, Hyun Jun ; Lee, Sang Ah ; Lee, Joo Eun ; Kim, Woorim ; Chun, Sung Youn ; Kim, Tae Hyun. / The influence of family stress and conflict on depressive symptoms among working married women : A longitudinal study. In: Health Care for Women International. 2018 ; Vol. 39, No. 3. pp. 275-288.
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In: Health Care for Women International, Vol. 39, No. 3, 04.03.2018, p. 275-288.

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