Spouses’ Perceptions of Network Interference in the Early Years of Marriage
作者: Pamela B. TrotterTerri L. OrbuchM. Rosie Shrout
刊名: Interpersona, 2019, Vol.13 (2), pp.220-236
来源数据库: Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information
DOI: 10.5964/ijpr.v13i2.362
关键词: NetworksMarital well-beingGenderRace
原始语种摘要: In early marriage, couples are intricately tied to their social networks and are influenced by important connections, social interactions, and socialization processes within those networks. Most of the research on the links between social networks and marital processes has focused on the positive effects or support married couples receive from their friends and family. The present study examined the links between perceptions of interference from family and friends and newlyweds’ reports of marital well-being in the early years of marriage. The contexts of both gender and race were explored to gain a better understanding of how interference from family and friends might be linked to marital well-being. Data from Black American and White American couples in their early years of marriage...
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  • social 群居的
  • their 他们的
  • Black 布莱克
  • well 
  • spillover 溢出
  • being 
  • years 年代
  • between 在中间
  • interference 干涉
  • White 怀特牌汽车