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Cláudia Andrade
Grupo de Investigación HUM-672 A.R.E.A.(Análisis de la Realidad EducativA), de la Secretaría General de Universidades, Investigación y Tecnología, de la Consejería de Economía y Conocimiento de la Junta de Andalucía, con sede en la Universidad de Granada
Portugal
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Núm. 8 (2015), Artículos, Páginas 117-130
DOI: https://doi.org/10.30827/dreh.v0i8.6913
Recibido: feb 4, 2018 Aceptado: feb 4, 2018 Publicado: jul 1, 2015
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As alterações sociais, demográficas e económicas vividas nos últimos anos fazem-se acompanhar de um conjunto de exigências crescentes colocadas aos indivíduos, às famílias, às organizações e à sociedade, em geral, no que respeita ao modo como se articula o trabalho e a vida pessoal. Com este artigo pretende-se apresentar alguns dos modelos teórico-concetuais que estão na origem dos estudos sobre articulação trabalho-família-vida pessoal. Estes ilustram como diferentes dimensões do trabalho, da família, do indivíduo e do seu contexto podem, em determinados momentos, colidir gerando tensões e conflitos. Ao longo da análise efetuada serão apresentados resultados de estudos realizados tanto no contexto internacional, como ao nível nacional de modo a discutir as implicações e os desafios sociais que se colocam, na atualidade às relações entre trabalho e vida pessoal.

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