Introducing a Special Issue: On the Need to Theorize Marital Equality
marital equality, marital satisfaction, marital success, marital adjustment
We suspect no concept has been the subject of more research—generally as the dependent variable of interest—than marital quality, including marital satisfaction, adjustment, success, and their various permutations. Some may wonder reasonably why there is a need to “theorize” marital quality. However, it is the often taken‐for‐granted feature of marital quality, the lack of adequately calling into question just how one is to theorize the marital relation, that concerns us as scholars.
Original Publication Citation
Knapp, Stan J. & Thomas B. Holman. 2010. “Introducing a Special Issue: On the Need to Theorize Marital Quality.” Journal of Family Theory and Review 2: 221-226.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Knapp, Stan J. and Holman, Thomas B., "Introducing a Special Issue: On the Need to Theorize Marital Equality" (2010). Faculty Publications. 3979.
Journal of Family Theory & Review
Family, Home, and Social Sciences
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