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
National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health
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)

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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