Martial Adjustments in Omani Husbands and wives in the Light of Some Variables

Fawzia A. Aljamali

Abstract


This study aimed to compare Omani husbands and wives perceptions about marital adjustment and investigate the effect of their age, period of marriage and getting children on their marital adjustments. The randomly selected sample included 162 (81 husbands and 81 wives). The researcher designed and validated a scale to measure marital adjustments for Omani husbands and wives and administrated it to the sample. The results of the study showed that there was no effect of the period of marriage or getting children on marital adjustment of husbands and wives. There were significant differences in marital adjustment due to age in favour of those who are at the age of 41 years and older. Conclusions were made based on the results of the study.


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Educational studies

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24200/jeps.vol2iss1pp76-97

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