Karunia, Nurlita Endah
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Middle Years of Marriage: Love and Marital Satisfaction Among Wives Prasetyo, Firza Ersalina; Wahyuningsih, Sri; Karunia, Nurlita Endah
ANIMA Indonesian Psychological Journal Vol 31 No 1 (2015): ANIMA Indonesian Psychological Journal (Vol. 31, No. 1, 2015)
Publisher : Laboratory of General Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (219.735 KB) | DOI: 10.24123/aipj.v31i1.563

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In the middle years of marriage, marital satisfaction tends to decline, particularly among wives because of their caregiving roles for children and parents (transgenerational squeeze), and because their husbands focus more on their work. This may weaken love despite that love can provide happiness and lead to marital satisfaction. This study examined the relationships between love and marital satisfaction and determined which components of love that had the highest correlation with marital satisfaction. Data collected using questionnaires. Results showed that love had a positive relationship with wives? marital satisfaction in the middle years of marriage (p < .001). The components of love having significant relationships with marital satisfaction from the highest to the lowest correlation were intimacy, commitment, and passion.
MARRIAGE READINESS OF EMERGING ADULTHOOD Karunia, Nurlita Endah; Rahaju, Soerjantini
GUIDENA: Jurnal Ilmu Pendidikan, Psikologi, Bimbingan dan Konseling Vol 9, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Metro

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Marriage readiness is one of the keys to marital satisfaction. Emerging adulthood has some thoughts about that bassist Reviews their evaluation criterion of marriage readiness. It is essential to describe the approach of marriage readiness on emerging adulthood and understand emerging adulthood's evaluation of Reviews their marriage readiness. On the other hand, it is necessary to identify the differences in marriage readiness from a gender perspective. Quantitative This is an exploratory study, using 500 college students, aged between 18-25 years old, and consisted of 190 men and 390 women. The questionnaire using Criterion of Marriage Readiness to examine the criterion that important to marriage readiness (33 items, Cronbach alpha 0.917) and the level of emerging adulthood's preparation for marriage (33 questions, Cronbach alpha 0.946). The questionnaire using the criterion from Ghalili's study (2011). There are some results of this study. First, emerging adulthood evaluates Themselves are ready for Marriages, but not so prepared for marriage. They score higher places on the moral and mental criterion that Considered necessary for marriage readiness. This finding is somewhat consistent with the result of the preparedness of Marriages. Emerging adults have a higher score of preparation of Marriages in moral and mental criterion. There are significant differences between men and women in the standard of Marriage readiness married (sig 0.001, P <0.05) and the level of preparedness to marriage (sig 0.008, P <0.05). These findings are useful for government institutions, parents, and adults emerging as the basis of consideration of emerging adulthood's decision to marry.