Date of Graduation
Master of Arts in Journalism (MA)
Dr. Jan Wicks
Second Committee Member
Dr. Rob Brady
Communication and the arts, Social sciences, Job satisfaction, Women in sports media, Work-family conflict
Since 1995 (Miller and Miller), women in sports media (WSM) have been citing the difficulties of balancing their careers and their personal lives, specifically the challenges of family life. Previous research has shown that most WSM are leaving their careers between six to ten years on the job and have cited reasons of work conflicting with their careers (Hardin, Shain and Shultz-Poniatowski, 2008). Work-family conflicts has also been cited a reason for lower job satisfaction (Reindary, 2007). This survey is the first survey to compare work-family conflict to variables of job satisfaction.
Sullivan, H. (2012). A Survey Of Women in Sports Media. Theses and Dissertations Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/etd/429