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Vol. 12, Special Issue 12 (2023)

Marital compatibility, marital satisfaction, family support in arranged marriage and marriage of choice: A comparative study

Author(s):
B Yasaswini, Dr. S Prasanthi, Dr. Bilquis and Dr. K Dhanasree
Abstract:
The study investigated the marital compatibility, marital satisfaction, and family support in arranged marriage and marriage of choice. An exploratory and comparative study was conducted on 200 respondents where 100 couples (50 husbands, 50 wives) living in arranged marriage and 100 couples (50 husbands, 50 wives) living in marriage of choice who were in the age range of 29 to 39 years living at Ananthapuramu district. General information schedule, marital compatibility index (N. K. Chaddha & Vandana Chopra 2012), and marital satisfaction scale (Dr. Kranti K. Srivastava 2020) were used. Results indicated that no significant difference between the couples of marriage of choice and arranged marriage in marital satisfaction and compatibility. Majority of the arranged marriage couples had higher levels of family support than the couples of marriage of choice.
Pages: 1452-1457  |  122 Views  80 Downloads
How to cite this article:
B Yasaswini, Dr. S Prasanthi, Dr. Bilquis and Dr. K Dhanasree. Marital compatibility, marital satisfaction, family support in arranged marriage and marriage of choice: A comparative study. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(12S): 1452-1457.
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