著者
Fumiaki TAKA Kyoko NOMURA Saki HORIE Keisuke TAKEMOTO Masumi TAKEUCHI Shinichi TAKENOSHITA Aya MURAKAMI Haruko HIRAIKE Hiroko OKINAGA Derek R. SMITH
出版者
独立行政法人 労働安全衛生総合研究所
雑誌
Industrial Health (ISSN:00198366)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.54, no.6, pp.480-487, 2016-11-30 (Released:2016-12-07)
参考文献数
27

We investigated relationships between the perception of organizational climate with gender equity and psychological health among 94 women and 211 men in a Japanese private university in 2015 using the Copenhagen Burnout Inventory (i.e., personal, work-related and student-related burnout). Perceptions of organizational climate with respect to gender equity were measured with two scales including organizational engagement with a gender equal society in the workplace (consisting of three domains of ‘Women utilization', ‘Organizational promotion of gender equal society' and ‘Consultation service'); and a gender inequality in academia scale that had been previously developed. Multivariable linear models demonstrated significant statistical interactions between gender and perceptions of organizational climate; ‘Women utilization' or lack of ‘Inequality in academia' alleviated burnout only in women. In consequence of this gender difference, when ‘Women utilization' was at a lower level, both personal (p=.038) and work-related (p=.010) burnout scores were higher in women, and the student-related burnout score was lower in women when they perceived less inequality in academia than in men (p=.030). As such, it is suggested organizational fairness for gender equity may be a useful tool to help mitigate psychological burnout among women in academia.

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職場や業界が男女平等だと感じているほど、女性研究者のバーンアウト(燃え尽き症候群)が弱い。男性研究者には影響なし。 / Taka et al. (2016) / https://t.co/HUOsspc60q

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