Boundary communication: how smartphone use after hours is associated with work-life conflict and organizational identification

Ward van Zoonen
Ward van Zoonen

JOURNAL OF APPLIED COMMUNICATION RESEARCH, pp. 372.0-392.0, 2020.

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Abstract:

This study investigates how boundary communication mediates the effects of smartphone use for work after hours on work-life conflict and organizational identification. It draws upon boundary theory, work-family border theory, and a structurational view of organizational identification. The research site was a large Scandinavian company op...More

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