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With strong empirical evidence existing for conflicting models, the nature of burnout and engagement continues to be debated. Scholars have recognized the need to theoretically clarify the nature of the burnout–engagement relationship in order to advance empirical research related to both topics. The purpose of this paper is to reconcile existing perspectives through an alternative approach that provides an alternate view of burnout and engagement based on dialectical theory. Implications for common theories used to study burnout and engagement are discussed, followed by suggestions and models for future research utilizing dialectics.
Our goal has been to offer a new perspective toward the understanding of the burnout and engagement relationship through the introduction of Dialectic Theory. It takes into account the fluctuations of both constructs and provides logic for previously conflicting results present in the literature. Namely, dialectics suggests a focus toward the interaction between burnout and engagement and the unique outcomes produced as a result. Further, it prompts researchers to reconsider the basic assumptions of the burnout–engagement relationship and focus on the interactions between the two constructs in order to explain subsequent behaviors. Dialectics offers a unique framework for the exploration of opposing constructs such as burnout and engagement and provides a new avenue for future research through integration into existing theories used to study both constructs.