Assessment of Marital Satisfaction and Happiness in Men and Women who are Married at Early Age and Old Age
Elham Amirnovin () and
Azizeh Ghaffarian ()
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Elham Amirnovin: Payame Noor University of Tabriz, Iran
Azizeh Ghaffarian: Azad University of Tabriz, Iran
No 034EA, Working papers from Research Association for Interdisciplinary Studies
This research examines the marital satisfaction and happiness in men and women who are married at early age and who are married at late age. The research method is survey and the sample size is 240 married persons. In women, marriage under the age of 20 was considered early marriage and marriage of over 30 was late marriage. Also in men, marriage under the age of 25 was considered early marriage and marriage over 30 was late marriage. The instruments was Enrich marital satisfaction and Oxford happiness questionnaires. The results show that there is significant different between gender and marital satisfaction and happiness and also there is significant different between marital age and marital satisfaction and happiness. Also results show that women who are married at early age are less satisfied with marital satisfaction and women who are married at old age are more satisfied with marital satisfaction. On the other side, men who are married at early age are more satisfied with marital satisfaction and men who are married at old age are less satisfied with marital satisfaction.
Keywords: age of marriage; gender; happiness; marital satisfaction (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in Proceedings of the 11th International RAIS Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities, November 19-20, 2018, pages 233-237
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