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作者:刘聚红著

出版社:社会科学文献出版社

出版时间:2020-04-01

书籍编号:30617561

ISBN:9787520164054

正文语种:英文

字数:55159

版次:1

所属分类:社会科学-社会学

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婚恋关系满意度的变化研究 / 刘聚红著.--北京:社会科学文献出版社,2020.4


ISBN 978-7-5201-6405-4


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婚恋关系满意度的变化研究


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Good life is built with good relationships,according to Harvard University tracked the lives of 724 person in 75 years. First,the longitudinal study addressed social connections are good for us and that loneliness kills. It was not cholesterol levels in their middle age that predicted how they were going to grow old; it was how satisfied they were in their relationships at age 50 were the healthiest at age 80,and good close relationships seem to buffer us from some of the slings and arrows of getting old,and people who are in unhappy relationships on the days when they reported more physical pain,it was magnified by more emotional pain. Second,the study also stated it is not the number of friends,and not whether or not you are in a committed relationship,but it is the quality of your close relationships that matters your well-being. Third,the research told us good relationships not only protect our bodies,but also our brains,for being in a securely attached relationship to another person in your 80s is protective. Intimate relationship is the core and foundation of various relationships; therefore,it is an important indicator of relationship satisfaction. Satisfying relationships can be sources of individual and mutual comfort,well-being,and fulfillment (Meunier & Baker,2012),while unsatisfying relationships can result in emotional turmoil and ill health (Robles,Slatcher,Trombello,& McGinn,2014). Given the relative benefits and costs of more or less satisfying couple of relationships,respectively,theorists and researchers have attempted to pinpoint factors critical to explaining relationship satisfaction and continuity versus relationship dissatisfaction and dissolution.


Over time,romantic relationships can have a wide variety of courses. For example,some romantic relationships seem to thrive over time with high levels of marital satisfaction and commitment,others endure despite high levels of conflict,and still others result in break-ups or divorce. Different theories have been put forward to explaining courses of marital satisfaction and dissatisfaction. This book discusses leading explanations of relationship satisfaction as well as the role of accommodation as a key influence on relationship of outcomes. Competing theories of relationship dissatisfaction have argued that changes in the nature of interactions over the course of a relationship are critical to relationship quality. For example,disillusionment perspectives emphasize losses of relationship idealization,decreases in passion,and increases in disillusionment as an impetus for reduced relationship satisfaction (e.g.,Caughlin & Huston,2006; Huston,Niehuis,& Smith,2001; Miller,Niehuis,& Huston,2006). In early relationship stages,partners tend to stress their own positive attributes and their partner\'s good qualities while discounting each other\'s faults. Passion and relationship idealization contribute to relationship bliss and a “delusive harmony” in these stages. Unfortunately,passion fades as partners contend with mundane aspects of daily life,expectations are dashed as partner flaws are revealed,and idealized views become difficult to sustain. Losses of idealized expectations are likely to be accompanied by increases in disillusionment with one\'s partner and relationship that affect overall satisfaction levels (Huston,Caughlin et al.,2001).


In contrast to disillusionment accounts,emergent distress perspectives posit that relationship deteriorations mount over time from increased friction caused by previously overlooked problems (e.g.,Clements,Cordova,Markman,& Laurenceau,1997; Williamson et al.,2016). When partners lack interpersonal skills needed to resolve relationship conflicts and communication difficulties,frustrations accumulate while relationship satisfaction erodes (Gottman,2014). In this light,the degree to which relationship conflicts are successfully managed is a key determinant of relationship quality and sustenance (e.g.,Lambert,Engh,Hasbun,& Holzer,2012; Papp & Witt,2010; Saavedra et al.,2010).


From the enduring dynamics perspective,more or less satisfying courtship patterns continue into marriage,with good marriages looking better from the outset. Huston (2009) pointed out,it is Burgess and Wallin,who were the first to articulate this view,argued that newlyweds usually enter marriages aware of each other\'s strengths and faults. The model,variously referred to as the perpetual problems model,presumes that certain interpersonal patterns are established during courtship and maintained throughout the course of the marriage. Relationships that are mutually satisfying in early stages are more likely to be mutually satisfying over time while less satisfying relationships will show a complementary course.


Relationship Satisfaction is an important indicator of relationship satisfaction; it is closely related to happiness,personal well-being. Researches of marital models and relationship satisfaction,however,is not rich in China. Models summarized above posit that increases in disillusionment or,alternatively,problems managing conflicts are relationship course changes that contribute to marital satisfaction losses. Although such changes may occur,they are not inevitable outcomes of relationships,given that many couples maintain high levels of satisfaction with the course of their relationship. Individual differences in supposedly stable characteristics or enduring dynamics may help to explain why some couples are more suscep

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