Volume 14 No 1 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education
Awareness of Marital Life Needs in the Young Entering Marriage in Light of Contemporary Social Trends
Mostafa Mohamed Ahmed Elfeky, Asmaa Hassan Omran Hassan, Fatma Ali Aboulhaded Ali and Yasmin Alaa El-din Ali Youssef
Keywords: Awareness, Needs & Requirements of Marital Life, The Young about to Get Married, Contemporary Social Transformations and Trends
The study aimed to determine the level of awareness of the needs of marital life among young people who are about to get married in the light of some contemporary social transformations and trends, identifying the most important factors affecting it, as it relied on the descriptive analytical approach using the comprehensive social survey method, and the level of awareness of the needs of married life survey that were applied to 122 individuals, and the results of the study which were about the level of awareness of the study sample of young people who are about to get married (the engaged category) and the level of awareness of the axes of the questionnaire in the following order reached 69.4%, with the fourth axis (communication and marital interaction) came in the first place with a percentage of (76,47) , followed by the second axis (the rights of the wife) with a percentage of (67.83), followed by the third axis (the management of family affairs) with a percentage of (67.45), then came in the last place (preparation and adaption for married life) with a percentage of (67.11). In light of the results, a set of proposals were developed, the most important of which is to provide indicative programs to qualify young people who are about to marry and raise their level of awareness of the requirements of that stage.
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