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The Marriage Commitment of College Students
The purpose of this paper is to discuss college students’ marriage commitment and make clear the effect of personal/family demographic variables and dating experience. A questionnaire survey was conducted on college students, who are currently study in college in Taiwan. Looked into the research done by Adams and Jones (1997) for inspiration and adopted its questionnaire “The Dimensions of Commitment Inventory，DCI” for measuring the marriage commitment of college students. The effective samples which were purposed acquired through stratified sampling for proportions are 610. The major findings are presented as follows: 1.Overall, the college students were inclined to common marriage commitment, and the different degree from marriage commitment different elements. The respondents own the “Commitment to Spouse” commitment the most, and then sequence is “bound of children” and “Commitment to Marriage”. Lowest, is “Feelings of Entrapment” 2.On the whole, “gender” and “dating experience” had significant effect on marriage commitment. In other words, men held more marriage commitment than the women; had dating experience held more marriage commitment than who had no dating experience; students’ perception of parents’ marital relationship was more intimate held more marriage commitment than students’ perception of parents’ marital relationship was not intimate. According to the findings, suggestions for future researches, college programs, and premarital education programs are addressed.
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