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Record identifier : 567991
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Alston, Dana H.,
Title and statement of responsibility : Influence of religiosity and spirituality on marital satisfaction and stability in the African American community [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : The University of Nebraska - Lincoln, 2007
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Psy.D.
Body granting the degree : , The University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Summary or Abstract : There has long been a need to investigate the relationship between religiosity, spirituality, and marital stability and satisfaction in the African-American community. Religion and spirituality have been viewed traditionally as fundamental elements of African-Americans' spiritual, emotional, and psychological well-being. A correlation between religiosity and marital stability has been frequently postulated; it has been hypothesized that religion strengthens and stabilizes marital relationships. Although an association between religiosity and marital outcome has been repeatedly demonstrated, a complete understanding of this relationship is hindered by limitations of both theory and method (Sullivan, 2001). In addition, although several theoretical perspectives on the role of spirituality in psychological adjustment have been offered, few studies have examined this relationship empirically, particularly in the African-American population. This study sought to examine and to clarify further the impact of religious and spiritual influence on marital stability and satisfaction in the African-American population. The major hypothesis tested is the idea that both religiosity and spirituality affects the way individuals think and behave toward one another, influence marital satisfaction, and decrease the probability of considering divorce. A secondary hypothesis is that spirituality improves marital satisfaction among African Americans compared to what would be accounted for by religiosity alone. In order to test these hypotheses, 71 self-professed Christian married couples were interviewed and surveyed regarding their religious beliefs, practices, and experiences..
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