Connotation and Structure of University Students’ Marriage Values

Bin LIANG, Yunxi ZHANG, Wandi CHEN, Shumo CHEN

Abstract


Marriage values refer to various conditions of individual marriage in the field of selection and consideration, also the individual values reflected in the marriage. The results show that, the connotation of marriage values of college students relates to economy, material foundation, emotion, personality, character, appearance and other factors; college students marriage values has structure model of second order and 5 factors, including intrinsic spiritual needs, external reality requires two second order factors and the economic and material foundation, interest and personality, feelings and beliefs, aesthetic needs, personality and for the five first-order factors. Reliability and validity test and confirmatory factor analysis show that, college students’ marriage values scale has good reliability and validity, and can be used as the college students’ psychological measurement meter.


Keywords


Marriage values; University students; Scale; Empirical study

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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