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Within-couple configuration of gender-related attitudes and its association with marital satisfaction in Chinese marriage: A dyadic, pattern-analytic approach
Cao,Hongjian1; Li,Xiaomin2; Chi,Peilian3; Du,Hongfei4,5; Wu,Qinglu6; Liang,Yue4; Zhou,Nan1; Fine,Mark A.7
2019-03-10
Source PublicationJournal of Personality
ISSN14676494 00223506
AbstractObjective: This study seeks to understand the ways in which spouses’ gender-related attitudes are configured within couples and how such configurations are linked to marital satisfaction in Chinese marriage. Method: Latent profile analysis was conducted using dyadic data from a nationwide large sample of Chinese couples from the China Family Panel Studies (N = 7,257 couples; M = 28.36, SD = 12.84; M = 52.38, SD = 12.63; M = 50.51, SD = 12.37). Results: Four profile groups were identified: the “modern female and traditional male” group (MFTM); the “traditional female and modern male” group; the “child-oriented” group; and the “traditional female and traditional male” group. Husbands’ and wives’ marital satisfaction varied across groups in different patterns (yet all relevant effect sizes were modest). In general, husbands in the congruent group reported higher satisfaction than did those in the incongruent groups, whereas wives in the “MFTM” group reported lower satisfaction than did those in the other groups. Conclusions: Such findings shed light on the understudied heterogeneity that inherently exists in the within-couple patterning of gender-related attitudes and its implications for marital well-being in a Chinese cultural context.
KeywordChina Family Panel Studies (CFPS) Chinese couples gender-related attitudes latent profile analysis marital satisfaction
DOI10.1111/jopy.12467
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Language英语
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
Corresponding AuthorZhou,Nan
Affiliation1.Faculty of EducationBeijing Normal University,Beijing,China
2.Department of Family Studies and Human DevelopmentThe University of Arizona,Tucson,United States
3.Department of PsychologyUniversity of Macau,Taipa,China
4.Department of PsychologyGuangzhou University,Guangzhou,China
5.Social and Health Psychology Research CenterGuangzhou University,Guangzhou,China
6.Department of Social Work and Social AdministrationThe University of Hong Kong,Hong Kong
7.Human Development and Family StudiesThe University of North Carolina at Greensboro,Greensboro,United States
First Author AffilicationFaculty of Education
Corresponding Author AffilicationFaculty of Education
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Cao,Hongjian,Li,Xiaomin,Chi,Peilian,et al. Within-couple configuration of gender-related attitudes and its association with marital satisfaction in Chinese marriage: A dyadic, pattern-analytic approach[J]. Journal of Personality,2019.
APA Cao,Hongjian,Li,Xiaomin,Chi,Peilian,Du,Hongfei,Wu,Qinglu,Liang,Yue,Zhou,Nan,&Fine,Mark A..(2019).Within-couple configuration of gender-related attitudes and its association with marital satisfaction in Chinese marriage: A dyadic, pattern-analytic approach.Journal of Personality.
MLA Cao,Hongjian,et al."Within-couple configuration of gender-related attitudes and its association with marital satisfaction in Chinese marriage: A dyadic, pattern-analytic approach".Journal of Personality (2019).
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