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Factors affecting the marital stability of clergymen

Factors affecting the marital stability of clergymen

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Published by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clergy -- Divorce,
  • Clergy -- Social aspects,
  • Divorce -- Religious aspects -- Christianity

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Eugen Bannerman.
    SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination3 microfiches
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18181928M
    ISBN 100315346051
    OCLC/WorldCa18257106

    the most important factors in predicting contemporary marital satisfaction and stability. Grossman () would agree with this, citing that fathers who were more affiliative-in other words, those who showed more gestures of friendship and caring-were better able . fACTORS FECTING CLERGY-PSYCHOLOGIST REFE PATTERNS MAH.K R. l"Kcl\'\, Sn~vc:~'.

    Morris & Blanton, ). Although clergy couples experience the same marital vicissitudes and stressors as do non-clergy couples (Barber, ; Presnell, ), there are particular stressors and challenges related to marital adjustment and satisfaction that may be more salient in the marital relationships of clergy couples (Mace & Mace, ). Using data from the – National Survey of Families and Households, this paper studies the role of the religious composition of unions as a determinant of marital stability. With the exceptions of Mormons and individuals with no religious identification, stability is found to be remarkably similar across the various types of homogamous unions.

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The marital institution is witnessing instability globally. This study investigated factors that influence marital stability as perceived by literate spouses in Yenagoa metropolis of. The knowledge of the factors affecting marital stability enables prediction which is one of the main goals of science, in general, and the prediction of adjustment, is the ultimate goal of psychology in particular, where marital harmony, is one of the key issues in the adjustment.

For, if we seek to compromise in. However, rising age at marriage and, to a lesser degree, increased education are associated with increasing marital stability.

These latter effects more than counterbalance the factors associated with instability leading to an overall decline in the rate of marital by: Hadi Salimi, Moosa Javdan, Eghbal Zarei, Samaneh Najarpourian, The Health of Marital Relationship in the Light of Factors Affecting the Stability and Satisfaction of the Relationship: A Review Study, Journal of Education and Community Cited by: Religious Influence on Marital Stability VAUGHN R.

CALLt TIM B. HEATONt Researchers frequently postulate a strong relationship between religiosity and marital stability. We incorporate a multidimensional specification of religiosity into event-history models of the religion-marital stability relationship.

The headlines surrounding marriage and family stability make family life in America appear less complex than it is, according to a series of reports on family trends presented Wednesday by researchers for the Council on Contemporary Families. A trio of reports by five researchers highlight divorce and marriage trends and found more "gray” divorce but.

This paper aims to examine the relationship between marital satisfaction and emotional stability with an analytical approach. According to the aim of the study, students from the Imam Sadegh University were selected by a random cluster method and then responded to two questionnaires namely Islamic Marital Satisfaction and the five factor Personality.

Many of you are aware that there is an Extraordinary Synod planned in Rome on the family. There is surely no hiding the fact that the family is in real crisis, at least in the modern Western World, if not throughout many other parts as well.

We do well to ponder the reasons and Continue reading "Four Factors That Fuel the Crisis in Marriage and Family". DeMaris A, MacDonald W. Premarital cohabitation and marital stability: A test of the unconventionality hypothesis.

Journal of Marriage and Family. ; – De Vaus DL, Qu L, Weston R. The disappearing link between premarital cohabitation and subsequent marital stability, – Journal of Population Research. ; – The purpose of the current study was to briefly explore what creates a better adjustment for men’s transition to fatherhood in terms of expectations of the division of tasks, feelings of appreciation, feelings of support, and communication with.

Marital Instability, Cohabitation, and the Transformation of Youth Topics • The rise of divorce and separation – Causes of long-run change and race differentials – Measurement of recent divorce trends • The transformation of young adulthood – Education –Work – Marriage – Cohabitation • Lessons of Population History.

“Living in sin,” the technical word we use today is cohabitation. The accepted data of cohabitation points to a slight disadvantage of marital stability for those who have cohabitated before marriage, than those who did not, which was due to.

Marital stability, Remarriage, Marriage counseling. Abstract. Recommended Citation. Kabali, Joseph, "Identifying the Factors that Influence Marital Stability and Satisfaction for Custodial Parents who Remarry: Implications for Theory and Therapeutic Practice" ().

RESEARCH ON CLERGYMEN: FACTORS INFLUENCING DECISIONS FOR RELIGIOUS SERVICE AND EFFECTIVENESS IN THE VOCATION. Religious Education: Vol. 57, No. sup4, pp. A Theory of Marital Dissolution and Stability John Mordechai Gottman Department of Psychology University of Washington ABSTRACT Research is presented on the prospective longitudinal prediction of marital dissolution.

First, a cascade toward marital dissolution is described. Second, the cascade is predicted. Marital satisfaction is viewed as a function of the comparison between one's marital expectations and one's marital outcome.

Marital stability is viewed as a function of the comparison between one's best available marital alternative and one's marital outcome. Hence, marital satisfaction and marital stability can differ. (Author). A successful marriage doesn't just happen. It takes commitment and perseverance. By following a few guidelines and keeping a few simple factors in mind, that honeymoon bliss can turn into a deep and lasting love that transcends life's challenges and frustrations.

When you marry, you become a team of two. Marital Satisfaction 3 Factors Influencing Marital Satisfaction with a Specific Focus on Depression Marital satisfaction, to me, is defined simply as being content and happy within one's marriage.

However, after saying "I do" obtaining this is not so simple. There are many factors influencing marital satisfaction. Such factors include. Marital Satisfaction in Pregnancy: Stability and Change Marital satisfaction was studied in a sample of women recruited at a military medical center and evaluated both early and late in pregnancy.

An ex-planatory model was evaluated with regard to (a) sociodemographic factors; (b) coping resources (self-confidence, previous children. Clergyman definition, a member of the clergy. See more. the positive role that premarital cohabitation plays in subsequent marital stability.

The aim of this paper is to examine the effect of premarital cohabitation on divorce. We first study the relationship between premarital cohabitation and divorce with and without controlling for a set of demographic and socioeconomic.Factors affecting nursing staff practising spiritual care Article in Journal of Clinical Nursing 19() August with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.Cohabitation had a significant negative association with both marital stability and marital quality.

The negative predictive effect on marital stability, however, did not remain when only cohabitation with the eventual marital partner was analyzed, suggesting that these cohabitors may attach more long‐term meaning to living together.