Equilíbrio entre trabalho e vida no Ensino Superior: uma revisão sistemática do impacto no bem-estar dos professores

Luciane Silva Franco, Claudia Tania Picinin, Luiz Alberto Pilatti, Antonio Carlos Franco

Resumo


O equilíbrio entre trabalho e vida precisa ser exercido por indivíduos que desempenham funções no trabalho e na família, incluindo professores do Ensino Superior. O objetivo deste artigo é analisar o equilíbrio entre trabalho e vida no Ensino Superior e o impacto no bem-estar dos professores. Com base em uma revisão sistemática de 53 artigos das bases ScienceDirect, Scopus e Web of Science de 2005 a 2020, este artigo possui uma rigorosa metodologia de revisão sistemática usando as ferramentas de software Mendeley e EndNote. As ferramentas de software VOSviewer e Microsoft Excel também foram utilizadas nas seguintes técnicas: análise de citações e co-ocorrência de termos/palavras. Além disso, foram identificados na literatura os principais tópicos discutidos sobre o work-life balance entre professores do Ensino Superior, áreas de pesquisa, campo de atividade e análise SWOT (oportunidades, ameaças, pontos fortes e fracos). Os resultados sugerem que a desigualdade de gênero, o nível de estresse no trabalho e a ausência de um ambiente de trabalho saudável afetam o work-life balance e consequentemente o bem-estar dos professores do Ensino Superior.


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Work-life balance; Professor; Universidade; Ensino Superior

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