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Przedmiotem artykułu jest analiza wyników badań własnych, dotyczą-cych konfliktu i wzbogacenia w rolach studenta i pracownika. Badania obejmowałygrupę 395 osób, reprezentujących różne kierunki i  specjalności. Dla zebrania materiałuwykorzystano Skalę konfliktu praca zawodowa–studia, Skalę wzbogaceniapraca zawodowa–studia oraz kwestionariusz ankiety własnej konstrukcji. W  tokuanaliz ustalono nasilenie konfliktu i wzbogacenia w kierunkach praca–studia orazstudia–praca. Zweryfikowano ponadto znaczenie wybranych zmiennych, takich jakwymiar i staż pracy, tryb studiów i ich zgodność z pracą zawodową, kolejność podję-cia studiów/pracy dla konfliktu i wzbogacenia w obu kierunkach.

Słowa kluczowe

konflikt praca-studia (studia-praca) wzbogacenie praca-studia (studia-praca) pracujący studenci

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Parchomiuk, M., & Zubrzycka-Maciąg, T. (2017). Pracujący studenci Wybrane korelaty konfliktu i wzbogacenia. Forum Oświatowe, 29(1(57), 149-166. Pobrano z https://forumoswiatowe.pl/index.php/czasopismo/article/view/455

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