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    Title: 男性派駐大陸人員知覺夫妻權力、情感與衝突因應策略之相關研究
    Other Titles: A study of marital power, affection and conflict-coping strategy with the male expatriates in mainland China
    Authors: 游慧仙;Yu, Hui-hsien
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育心理與諮商研究所碩士班
    黃宗堅;Huang, Tsung-chain
    Keywords: 派外人員;夫妻權力;夫妻情感;夫妻衝突因應策略;expatriate;marital power;marital affection;marital conflict-coping strategy
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:09:03 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究旨在探討男性派駐大陸人員與妻子分隔兩地工作、生活的夫妻關係中夫妻權力與夫妻情感對夫妻衝突因應策略的影響,並進一步探討夫妻情感在其中的角色;另外從夫妻相對資源、性別角色信念來探究對在家庭決策事項上夫妻權力的影響,以及探究派駐任期、與太太分離時間等因素對夫妻關係的影響。本研究採取問卷調查法,研究工具為「夫妻權力量表」、「性別角色信念量表」、「夫妻情感量表」、「夫妻衝突因應策略量表」,以派駐在大陸地區工作的已婚且與妻子分隔兩地的男性為對象,共得有效問卷117份;所得資料以描述性統計、單因子及二因子變異數分析、皮爾遜積差相關、階層迴歸分析等統計方法進行分析,歸納研究結果如下:
    This research is to study the couples'' relationships of male expatriate in mainland China separated apart in two different places with his wife relates the marital power and the marital affection influence the marital conflict-coping strategy, and further discusses the marital affection''s role; moreover study from the couples'' relative resources and gender role belief to the marital power in the family decision-making items influence, as well as study resident term of office and separate time with wife and so on influcence couples'' relationships. This research adopts survey questionnaire, and the research tools are “Marital Power Scale ”, ”Gender Role Belief Scale”, ”Marital Affection Scale”, and ”Marital Conflict-coping Strategy Scale”. The research subjects are the male expatriates in mainland China separated apart in two different places with wife and 117 expatriates gave valid responses to the questionnaires. The received information is analyzed by the methods of Descriptive statistics, One-way ANOVA, Two-way ANOVA, Pearson''s productmoment correlation, and Hierarchical regression analysis. The results received can be concluded as following:
    1.There was not a significant difference between male expatriates'' different marital power in family decision-making items and marital conflict-coping strategy. This means marital power can''t influence marital conflict-coping strategy.
    2.There was a significant difference between male expatriates'' different marital affection and marital conflict-coping strategy. This means the male expatriate of lower marital affection, when faces the couple''s conflicts often use negative strategy, like the strategy of unleash and blame; moreover as the marital affection''s trust, harmony, and respect to be more, uses forward strategy are more.
    3.The marital power will penetrate the marital affection indirect influence marital conflict-coping strategy. This indicates the marital affection hold the strong character in the couples'' relationships.
    4.When the gender role belief recovers the tradition, its marital power is bigger, but in the marital affection''s trust, harmony and respect are also actually lower. Compares the couples'' relative resources has not influenced obviously marital power, the gender role belief influenced the couples'' relationships, especially in the marital affection.
    5.A significant difference existed between the couples'' relationships and age, level of education, monthly income, matrimonial age, children number, family life cycle, family category, resident term of office and separate time with wife.
    In the basis of the results and discussion of the study, the researcher thereby proposed several practical suggestions for expatriates, business, counselor and further researches.
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