Psychosocial and Career Support from Different Types of Role-Multiplexity in Developmental Relationships

Barthauer, Luisa GND; Spurk, Daniel GND; Kauffeld, Simone GND

Related to role theory’s expansion approach, this study focused on how various social roles in one focal person-network member relationship (i.e., multiplexity) relate to the amount of psychosocial and career support. We expected different types of multiplex relationships in comparison to simplex relationships to be positively associated with the support received by the focal person. Via multilevel analysis in M plus, 2995 dyadic relationships of developmental networks nested in 533 persons were analysed. Concerning psychosocial support, a positive association with multiplex relationships from the non-work context, and the combination of work and non-work context could be observed. Multiplex relationships from the work context and multiplex relationships from the work and non-work context were positively associated with career support.

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Barthauer, Luisa / Spurk, Daniel / Kauffeld, Simone: Psychosocial and Career Support from Different Types of Role-Multiplexity in Developmental Relationships. Braunschweig 2018.

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