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The Re-Negotiation of Marital Roles as a Tool for Improving for Marital Satisfaction

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The Re-Negotiation of Marital Roles as a Tool for Improving for Marital Satisfaction

The Re-Negotiation of Marital Roles as a Tool for Improving for Marital Satisfaction

Table of Contents

List of Tables. vi

List of Figures. vii

Chapter 1: Introduction to the Study. 1

Introduction. 1

Background of the Study. 5

Problem Statement 5

Purpose of the Study. 7

Research Question(s) and Hypotheses. 8

Advancing Scientific Knowledge. 11

Significance of the Study. 12

Rationale for Methodology. 13

Nature of the Research Design for the Study. 15

Definition of Terms. 16

Assumptions, Limitations, Delimitations. 18

Summary and Organization of the Remainder of the Study. 20

Chapter 2: Literature Review.. 22

Introduction to the Chapter and Background to the Problem.. 22

Theoretical Foundations and/or Conceptual Framework. 24

Review of the Literature. 25

Summary. 32

Chapter 3: Methodology. 35

Introduction. 35

Statement of the Problem.. 36

Research Question(s) or Hypotheses. 36

Research Methodology. 38

Research Design. 39

Population and Sample Selection. 41

Instrumentation OR Sources of Data. 43

Validity. 45

Reliability. 47

Data Collection and Management 48

Data Analysis Procedures. 49

Ethical Considerations. 52

Limitations and Delimitations. 53

Summary. 54

References. 56

Appendix A.The Parts of a Dissertation. 59

Appendix B. IRB Approval Letter 62

Appendix C. Informed Consent 63

Appendix D. Copy of Instruments and Permissions Letters to Use the Instruments. 64

 

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