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The effects of Family Leisure Ritual and Positive·Negative Outcomes of Family Leisure Ritual on Marital Satisfaction with the Married

기혼자의 가족여가의례와 가족여가의례 후 긍정적·부정적 효과가 결혼만족도에 미치는 영향

  • Bae, Jae-Hyun (Department of Early Childhood Education, Taegu Science University) ;
  • Park, Se-Jeong (Department of Social Welfare&Childcare, Yeungnam University College)
  • 배재현 (대구과학대학교 유아교육과) ;
  • 박세정 (영남이공대학교 사회복지.보육과)
  • Received : 2016.10.14
  • Accepted : 2016.11.10
  • Published : 2016.11.30

Abstract

This study investigated the effects of family leisure ritual and positive negative outcomes of family leisure ritual on marital satisfaction of the married. A survey questionnaire was completed by 216 married people. SPSS Win program was used to perform MANOVA and Hierarchical Regression Analysis. The main study findings are as follows. (1)In the family leisure rituals, the main activity was 'going out in the suburbs' and the main difficulty was 'lack of mutually available time for all family members'. (2)The family leisure ritual was significantly different according to age. Over 30 years participated in more family leisure ritual than over 50 years. The positive negative outcomes of family leisure ritual were significantly different according to gender. Men evaluated more positive outcomes of family leisure ritual than women whereas women evaluated more negative outcomes of family leisure ritual than men. (3)The family leisure ritual and positive negative outcomes of family leisure ritual affected marital satisfaction. This study indicated that it is necessary to make a positive outcome effort of family leisure ritual for increasing marital satisfaction in the married.

Keywords

Family Leisure Ritual;Marital Satisfaction;Negative Outcomes of Family Leisure Ritual;Positive Outcomes of Family Leisure Ritual;The Married

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