The Relationship between Family Health, Familist Values, and Outlook on Marriage in Female University Students
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Healthy society is preceded by healthy families. This study aims to identify the relationship between family health, familist values and outlook on marriage, to help university students form healthy values.
This study conducted a research targeting the 268 female university students. The data study used the following analysis method using SPSS18.0 statistic program. A t-test and ANOVA verification were conducted to examine the differences in family strength, familism values and marital values according to the target's sociodemographic characteristics. And a correlation analysis was conducted to investigate the relationship between family strength, familism values and marital values.
In school year, the 2nd year topped the list with 35.4%, followed by the 1st year, 4th year, and 3rd year. The family strength was 3.72 points, family cohesiveness, the subordinate of family strength, was 3.93 points, family adaptation was 3.54 points, and family communication was 3.61 points. The familism values showed 2.80 points and marital values showed 3.30 points. A meaningful correlation was shown between family strength and marital values and among the subordinate concepts of family strength, family cohesiveness, family communication and marital values had a meaningful correlation. The family cohesiveness showed a meaningful correlation with familism values and familism values also showed a high level of correlation with marital values.
Therefore, this study intends to examine the relationship between family strength, familism values and marital values and investigate their correlation.
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