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The Princesses Who Sleep Alone──A Study of the Marital Outlooks and Career Development of Unmarried Females born in the 60s
The purpose of this study was to explore the attitudes and viewpoints that women born in the 60s (1961 to 1970) have about marriage and the development and progress of these attitudes and viewpoints. Besides, the study aimed to investigate the career development of these unmarried females. The study method of the thesis was narrative research. According to the outcome of the interviews and the results of the analysis, the research summarized the following conclusions: 1.As far as these interviewees are concerned, marriage is not necessarily their ultimate choice. Unmarried females lead very colorful lives as well. They are not completely opposed to the idea of getting married; however, they would not sacrifice their own career development for marriage. 2.These interviewees hold the belief that ideal marriage is based on equality and reciprocity. They think that there is no need for them to alter or disturb their personal plans after they get married. 3.Most interviewees feel satisfied at, and are accustomed to, their present lives. They tend to maintain their current way of life. Their criteria for choosing the ideal partner would not vary as a result of their growing anticipation for marriage. They are rational and they have positive attitudes when choosing their Mr. Right and they have a good sense of their own career development. At last, based on the above findings, in the last chapter of this thesis some suggestions were made concerning the education of unmarried females, the education of social populace and the social welfare of the unmarried people.
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