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Marital Quality of the “Early-Married”：The Influence of Parents’ Marital Relationship and Parent-Child Relationship During Adolescence
parents’ marital relationship
Who would choose to get marriage early? Some of research pointed out, early-marriage and early-fertility are relative with disadvantaged economies or social development in adulthood, that being so, “early-marriage” is considered as the worst choice. This study not only focus on the early-married people in young generation, but also want to explore the experience from family of orientation, which is included adolescents’ perceptions about their parents’ marital relationship and parent-child relationship, how to impact on the marital equality of early-marriage. The data used in this study are from the Taiwan Youth Project, which from junior stage and adult stage. Additionally, the early-married who is below a standard deviation of the average first marriage age between the same generation as the screening criterion. With this result, the selected samples comprise 263 people. The results indicated the following findings. The marriage age would not impact on the marital quality of early-marriage. However, male and being pregnant or fertility before marriage would feel poorer marital quality. Furthermore, the family of orientation among adolescence is actually related to the marital quality of early-marriage. Although, the marital quality of early-marriage has intergenerational transmission, but male early-married can decline the perceptions from their parents’ negative marital relationship through stable parent-child relationship among adolescence to impact on the marital quality of early-marriage.
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