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Abstract

This study examines family-work conflict, information use,and social competence of the married postgraduate students in the Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. The study used a questionnaire to collect data from a random sample of 500 student. Data were analysed using T-test, simple correlation, and multiple regression. Findings reveal a significant correlation between information use and social competence of the married students with {r = 0. 05}. No significant correlation exists between information use and family-work conflict with {r =0.05}. A significant multiple correlation exists between information use, family-work conflict, and social competence with {r = 0.2644; P < 0.05}.

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