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Title: PREP婚姻教育方案成效與實施之評估
The Evaluation of Effectiveness and Implementation of Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program
Authors: 林如萍
Rudolph Yung-Nien Ma
Keywords: 婚姻教育
marriage education
program evaluation
Issue Date: 2009
Abstract: 本研究旨在檢視PREP婚姻教育方案在台實施之成效,以及實施上影響成效之相關議題。研究採「單一組前測、後測」設計,以四梯次、廿九對參與夫妻為研究對象,進行為期六週、共十二小時之課程,並同時蒐集質性與量化資料進行分析。此外,於課程結束半年後,再針對參與夫妻進行一次追蹤調查。 在課程成效方面,本研究之主要發現如下: 1. 課程結束後,夫妻日常的互動品質、對關係未來的信心以及婚姻滿意度均能有所改善。 2. 整體而言,課程對妻子的影響高於丈夫。 3. 在缺乏後續支持或跟進的情況下,課程對婚姻的影響似有逐漸下降的傾向。 至於在課程實施方面,影響成效因素的主要研究發現則包括: 1. 在課程主題上,溝通技巧類的主題對夫妻最有幫助。在進行方式上,則以分組練習的幫助最大,特別是混合不同婚齡之夫妻,可額外發揮彼此激勵的效果,學習效果更好。 2. 在教會場域實施婚姻教育方案,於推動報名、鼓勵參與、後續跟進等方面,均有其優勢。 3. 對婚姻教育的誤解,以及特別男性對婚姻課程的抗拒,是推動報名上的障礙。參與者未具備改變的心態,以及婚姻關係積怨已深,則是關係無法在課程中得以突破的主要障礙。
The current study was aimed at evaluating the effectiveness of the Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program (PREP) in Taiwan, and examining implementation factors that affect program effectiveness. One-group pretest-posttest design was used, in which 29 couples were participated in 4 classes of the 6-week, 12-hour program. Both quantitative and qualitative data were collected. In addition, a follow-up survey of the couples was conducted at 6 months after the program. Results concerning program effectiveness indicate that: 1. Couples' communication quality, confidence about their future, and marital satisfaction increased after the program. 2. The program was generally more effective to females than to males. 3. In the lack of continuing support or booster-session, the program's impact on couple relationships seemed to diminish over time. Results related to implementation factors affecting program effectiveness show that: 1. Topics related to communication skills were most helpful to couples, and practice in small group was the most helpful learning style where couples in different marital stages could benefit from each other. 2. Implementing marriage education program in church settings is advantageous in the ways of marketing, continuing participation, and follow-up. 3. Barriers to class registration included misunderstandings to marriage education, and the reluctance of husbands. Barriers to couples’ change after the program included personal unpreparedness to change in attitudes, and the existence of relationship problems that had been deeply rooted.
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