Event history analysis is used to determine how these changes affect the risk of divorce between 1988 and 1997 we find that increases in married women's absolute and relative income significantly increase their marital happiness and well-being increases in married women's absolute income generally have nonsignificant effects for married men. Using longitudinal data covering 25 years from 1979 to 2004, the author examines the relationship between wives’ economic resources and the risk of marital dissolution the author considers the effects of labor force participation, income, and relative income while accounting for potential.
Husbands’ and wives’ reports of marital closeness, positive marital quality, negative marital quality, and attitudes towards sex were also moderately correlated, with husbands reporting greater closeness than wives, as well as better marital quality on 5 of the 7 items, in keeping with prior literature (eg, bulanda, 2011 carr et al, 2014 umberson & williams, 2005) husbands also reported sex to be significantly more important in their lives than wives did. This article seeks to extend prior empirical findings concerning marital quality and loneliness in later life in the us to the setting of ireland in order to assess whether spousal influences in post-boom irish marriages are notably different from those in their american counterparts income was coded into quintiles for analysis. Positive change in the “cohesion” sub-scale of wives' das scores before to after husbands' retirement suggests that shared activities increased after retirement, and that the increase was pleasing to the wives multiple regression analysis found that income change, and change in husbands' health contributed most to marital quality change among wives, with changes in wives' employment status also contributing.
The nature and direction of the relationship between wives' income and marital quality are investigated in this research competing hypotheses are tested using panel data for a nationally representative sample of 771 married women and men (not couples) and structural equation modeling. The debate over the association between wives’ relative income (wri) and marital quality remain controversial in the west however, this important research area has been surprisingly under-studied against the backdrop of the fast socioeconomic transition in contemporary china. Key words: divorce, marital quality, married women's income how are wives' income and marriage related much previous research in this area has focused on how married women's income affects various dimensions of marital quality and stability (blumstein & schwartz, 1983 booth, johnson, white, & edwards, 1984. Multiple regression analysis found that income change, and change in husbands' health contributed most to marital quality change among wives, with changes in wives' employment status also contributing.
14 bahadir bozoglan, spousal intrusion as a predictor of wives' marital satisfaction in their spouses' retirement, psychological reports, 2015, 116, 3, 921crossref 15 huiping zhang , tuqiang li , the role of willingness to sacrifice on the relationship between urban chinese wives’ relative income and marital quality, journal of sex & marital. Farm wives' involvement and marital quality , the purpose of this study was to gain insight ytjto how farm wives perceive their roles in the financial management of the farm operation and how those roles relate to marital quality.
Reassessing the relationship between wives' relative income in the household and marital quality: the role of gender ideology ozcan tunalilar september 21, 2012. Wives' relative income and marital quality and how they perceive their marital quality speci cally, i expect that wives who hold traditional gender attitudes towards the role of women in the family will report lower marital happiness as their contribution to family. For instance, applying structural equation modelling to panel data, rogers (1999) showed that an increase in the perception of marital discord leads to an increase in a wife's income, but not the.
Download citation on researchgate | wives' income and marital quality: are there reciprocal effects | each copy of any part of a jstor transmission must contain the same copyright notice that. Changes in wives' income: effects on marital happiness, psychological well-being, and the risk of divorce authors the role of willingness to sacrifice on the relationship between urban chinese wives’ relative income and marital quality, journal of sex & marital therapy, 2015, 41, 3, 314crossref.
The nature and direction of the relationship between wives' income and marital quality are investigated in this research competing hypotheses are tested using panel data for a nationally representative sample of 771 married women and men (not couples) and structural equation modeling the results. Many of these studies suggest that an increase in wives' income elevates marital discord and the risk of divorce (heidemann, suhomlinova, & o'rand, 1998 moore & waite, 1981) however, in an earlier article based on longitudinal data, we found no evidence that increases in married women's income undermined marital quality. Request pdf on researchgate | wives' relative income and marital quality in urban china: gender role attitudes as a moderator | this study attempted to examine the impact of relative income on marital happiness and instability among urban chinese women.