2 edition of Gender-role orientation as a predictor of marital quality found in the catalog.
Gender-role orientation as a predictor of marital quality
Sandra L. Lange
Written in English
|Statement||by Sandra L. Lange.|
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ERIC is an online library of education research and information, sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) of the U.S. Department of Education. Studies show that the gender role ideologies of husbands and wives play a significant role in their levels of marital quality. Men’s marital quality is higher when the husband and wife share the same role ideology and is lower when the ideologies differ (Minnotte et al. ).
A second purpose of the present study was to compare the extent to which anatomical sex and gender role orientation predict level of fandom. As noted, a number of studies have found that males are more likely to be heavily involved in sport fandom than females. MaritalStatus,Gender,andSexualOrientation:Implicationsfor EmploymentHiringDecisions SouthernIllinoisUniversityEdwardsville.
In studying marital satisfaction, many researchers have established a link between marital satisfaction and psychological well-being. Although there are contrasting findings that attempt to establish the direction of the relationship between depression and marital dissatisfaction, it is well documented that a relationship between the two exists. Agostinelli, ). Thus, role-sharing may contribute to marital quality and stability. In addition, role-sharing men, by demonstrating competence in both work and family domains, provide valuable role models for their chil- dren. Shifting ideologies and behaviors regarding the gender division of.
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Graduate Thesis Or Dissertation Gender-role orientation as a predictor of marital quality Public Deposited. Analytics × Add to Author: Sandra L. Lange. On the other hand, the research on gender-role\ud orientation as a predictor of marital quality reveal\ud that highly feminine individuals (feminine and\ud androgynous) score high on marital quality and masculine\ud individuals, which are found to score highly on\ud psychological adjustment, score lower on marital quality.\ud The purpose of this study was to further explore gender-role orientation.
Abstract. This study examined men's gender role factors (i.e., gender role orientation and gender role conflict) as they contribute to the formation of either traditional, participant, or rolesharing family roles in Cited by: The Premarital Predictors of Marital Quality That Books Should Include In an effort to create an organized and comprehensive body of information usable to authors, educators, therapists, and premarital couples, Larson and Holman () conducted a comprehensive literature review of the premarital predictors of marital quality.
Their efforts. The study explored the relation of marital quality with gender role stereotype. A cohort of couples aged 30–50 years were assessed for marital quality, gender role identity and gender role attitude.
Results revealed a preference for traditional pattern, as masculinity for men and femininity for women were associated with better marital by: 3.
Modern gender role attitude was significantly associated with marital quality in case of non-working women, but not with other categories. The results have been discussed in the context of. Gender role orientation represents a person’s position within the framework of masculine and feminine dimensions.
A measurement scale for gender role orientation has been developed in the field of psychology. The Bem Sex Role Inventory (BSRI: ) is a commonly used gender role orientation scale in many by: 2.
The main goal of this study was to examine from a systemic‐transactional stress perspective (Bodenmann, ) whether a more traditional gender role orientation may affect psychological aggression and relationship satisfaction directly and indirectly by decreasing supportive (partner's efforts to help the other partner cope with stress) and common dyadic coping (partners' conjoint efforts to Cited by: Chapter 7 Family Relationships Contemporary models of intimacy stress gender equality in marriage and other types of partnerships.
Egalitarianism is the trend among many couples making a serious commitment to each other. Recalled and current gender role behavior, gender identity and sexual orientation in adults with Disorders/Differences of Sex Development Author links open overlay panel Nina Callens PhD a b Maaike Van Kuyk MA c Jet H.
van Kuppenveld MA c Stenvert L.S. Drop MD, PhD b Peggy T. Cohen-Kettenis PhD d e 1 Arianne B. Dessens PhD b 1 Dutch Study Group Cited by: Results indicated self- knowledge as significant predictors to marital adjustment. According to the present result, there is a beneficial and practical usage of this project's data in family.
Marital relationship can have effects on people’s quality of life uniquely, and because of this reason, the quality of marital relationship is a momentous topic for researchers (Whisman, Sheldon, & Goering, ).
Meanwhile, low or poor marital satisfaction can cause problems to. symptoms in relation with the marital relationship, but this effect does not seem to play a mediator role.
Marriage and couples therapy that considers the couples’ problem solving and coping styles should be examined in further studies. Keywords: Marital relationship, coping skills, gender role, mental health, women’s health, marital therapy. Marital Satisfaction and Intimacy: Gender Role Attitudes and Spousal Support in Botswana by Kagelo Henry Rakwena Doctor of Philosophy, Graduate Program in Marital and Family Therapy Loma Linda University, June Dr.
Wilson, Colwick M., Chairperson In this study, the predictors of marital satisfaction and intimacy were examinedCited by: 1. Introduction. Gender role is an important aspect of sexual identity, together with biological sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity.
To better understand gender role and how it works, it is fundamental to use a biopsychosocial perspective, which is the paradigm of systems sexology.1, 2 The components of gender role are conventionally recognized as the 2 stereotypical expressions of Author: Giacomo Ciocca, Selene Zauri, Erika Limoncin, Daniele Mollaioli, Laura D’Antuono, Eleonora Carosa, F.
However, later studies provide support that there is a correlation between gender role and marital satisfaction, but there were conflicting findings with regard to the direction of the correlation. A study on gender role that suggested correlation between gender role and marital satisfaction was conducted by Huber and Spitze ().
Using reports from a sample of urban husbands in the Upper East region of Ghana, we used partial least squares (PLS) modeling procedures to examine predictors of marital quality.
The proposed model is based on studies of marriages in North America and available literature on the traditional African by: Beere has produced a new edition of her Women and Women's Issues: A Handbook of Tests and Measurements.
Based largely on a search of the PsychLIT and ERIC databases from January to Decemberthe volume includes information on tests and measures pertaining to gender roles and attitudes towards gender Particularly useful are chapter reviews of the literature in which the.
This study examined associations between Mexican-origin spouses' conflict resolution strategies (i.e., nonconfrontation, solution orientation, and control) and (a) gender-typed qualities and attitudes, (b) cultural orientations, and (c) marital quality in a sample of by: that were hypothesized to be related to marital adjust ment: pile-up of life events stresses occurring in the initial stage of marriage, personal resources of gender role orientation and gender role attitudes, and effective coping patterns used by individuals during the initial stage of marriage.
Marital Quality and Parent-Adolescent Relationships Marital Quality and Outcomes for Children and Adolescents: A Review of the Family Process Literature May By: Randal D. Day, Brigham Young University; with Elizabeth Hair and Kristen Moore, Child Trends; Dennis K. Orthner, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and Kelleen Kaye, NORC at the University of Chicago.role values, gender role orientation, locus of control, perfectionism).
This present model is based on the stress-strain model (Dunham, ) whereby the predictors are referred to as stressors, and the conflict.A person's sex-role orientation can be described as the extent to which he or she possesses characteristics of masculinity, femininity, or androgyny (and is separate from sexual orientation).
Sex-role and gender-role are two terms that are often used interchangeably, although.