RIMAK International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences

Year:2021 Volume: 3 Issue: 2 Area: Woman Research

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Abeer Abdu M. ALI & Elham Abdu M. ALI
THE HOUSEWIFES PERSONAL TRAITS AND THEIR RELATION TO THE MARITAL SILENCE
 
The research aims mainly to identify the relationship between the personal traits of the respondents with their studied dimensions ( social traits- mental traits- psychological traits- leadership traits) and marital silence with its studied axes (emotional separation- intellectual separation- sexual separation) A random sample was taken from the housewives of the village Toukh Al-Khail Al-Menya Governorate, for the rural sector , and from the town of Matay , Al-Menya Governorate, for the urban sector. The sample size was (568) housewives, (322) from rural families, and (246) from urban families. The data were collected via personal interviews and many statistical methods were used in describing and analyzing data namely; frequency distributions, percentages, simple correlation, T-test, F-test, and multiple linear regression. The results of the study can be summarized as follows ; The dimension of emotional separation came first, followed by the dimensions the intellectual and the sexual separation. There is a multi-correlative relationship between the independent studied quantitative variables altogether, and the degree of marital silence for the respondents in the three dimensions studied, and that the variable of total personal traits ranks first in terms of influencing the degree of emotional separation, followed by the variable of the age of the respondent, and finally the number of the years of education of the respondent, also, the variable of total personal traits ranked first in terms of influencing the degree of intellectual separation, followed by the age variable, then the variable of the number of educational years of the husband, and finally the variable of family size ranked last in terms of influencing the degree of intellectual separation. The variable of total personal traits ranked first in terms of affecting the degree of sexual separation, followed by the variable of the monthly income of the family ranked second, and finally the variable of the number of years of education of the husband

Keywords: Emotional Separation, Social Traits, Personal Traits.

http://dx. doi. org/10. 47832/2717-8293. 2-3.17
 
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