Volume 12 No 1 (2020): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education
Motivation and Marriage Choice in the Context of Research of Matrimonal Behavior of Student Youth
Zhanna O. Blagorozheva, Natalia V. Lazurenko, Natalia N. Podporinova, Marina E. Polenova, Irina G. Voloshina
Keywords: Marriage, marriage choice, factors of marriage choice, motives for marriage, matrimonial behavior, mating behavior, student youth
The article presents the results of research aimed at studying the features of the manifestation the matrimonial behavior of student youth. The analysis of the main marriage attitudes of this group (attitude to marriage, divorce, cohabitation; criteria for choosing a marriage partner, motives for marriage) was carried out on the basis of primary data obtained from a survey of students of the Belgorod State National Research University. It was revealed that the majority of BSU students have a traditional view of marriage, have a desire to marry and start a family, an official marriage, which implies traditional family values, is preferable for them. When choosing a marriage partner, most of the young people are guided by the personal characteristics of a person and value orientations. The following marriage attitudes are typical for modern students: an increase in the ideal age for marriage, the emergence of family equality trends and a decrease in the desired number of children in the family.
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