THE DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH ON 20-30 YEARS OLD SINGLE MEN'S ATTITUDES OF SPOUSE SELECTION AND THEIR EXPECTATIONS FROM SPOUSES

Abstract

Author(s): Alaeddin KASAPKARA, Bet羹l KASAPKARA

The aim of this study is investigating through some demographic variables the 20-30 years old single men's attitudes of spouse selection and their expectations from their spouses. Scanning model has been used in the research.. The study group of the research consists of 100 single men who were recruited and given on-the-job training by a public organization in May 2013. The data are collected through the tools titled “Personal Information Form” and “Romanticism and Spouse Selection Attitude Scale”. The data are analyzed and interpreted through SPSS (17.0) programme (p<0.05). The results show that 20-30 years old men's spouse selection attitudes and their ecpectations from spouses do not depend on monthly income, birth place or education level but tightly depend on age variable.

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