MITURILE CĂSNICIEI ÎN RELAȚIILE MARITALE – UN STUDIU EMPIRIC ÎN REPUBLICA MOLDOVA

Cristina DOLINSCHI

Abstract


În prezentul articol vom analiza miturile căsniciei în cuplurile maritale din Republica Moldova. Miturile din acest studiu se centrează pe mai multe segmente ale vieţii de familie, printre care menţionăm rolul copiilor în familie, relaţiile sexuale, beneficiile pe care bărbaţii şi femeile le au în căsătorie, conviețuirea etc. Rezultatele cercetării indică diferen­ţele de gen (bărbaţi/femei) în evaluarea miturilor propuse pentru analiză.

THE MYTHS OF MARRIAGE IN MARITAL RELATIONSHIPS: 

AN EMPIRICAL STUDY IN THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA

The present article concerns the analysis of the marriage myths in marital couples in the Republic of Moldova. Myths in this study focus on several segments of family life, including the role of children in the family, sexual relationships, the benefits that men and women have in marriage, cohabitation, etc. Research results indicate gender differences (male/ female) in assessing myths proposed for analysis.


Keywords


myth, marital couple, gender differences, marriage, belief.

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