The purpose of this study was to examine the antecedents and outcomes of work-school conflict and how time management moderates this. It was predicted that work-school conflict would be negatively related to school outcomes, and that students who engaged in time management behavior would report less negative effects of work-school conflict. As predicted, work-school conflict was negatively related to school outcomes, but dimensions of time management generally did not moderate the effects of work-school conflict. Implications of the findings and limitations are discussed, and future directions for research are suggested.
Conference Proceedings: Undergraduate Social Science Research Conference
©2001 by the University of Northern Iowa
University of Northern Iowa
Cedar Falls, IA
Young, Brandon L. and Butler, Adam B.
"Coping With Work-School Conflict,"
Conference Proceedings: Undergraduate Social Science Research Conference: Vol. 5:
1, Article 34.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/csbsproceedings/vol5/iss1/34