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Abstract


MARITAL CONFLICT AND ANALYSIS OF CONFLICT RESOLUTION STYLES IN TERMS OF LEVELS OF HAPPINESS

In this study, the effect of marriage conflict and conflict resolution styles on happiness levels is examined. In the examination of the research variables, the differentiation levels of the research variables in terms of the personal variables of the participants were examined by comparing the demographic variables of the individuals with the research variables. The research was carried out with the survey method. In order to determine the marriage conflicts of the participants, Assoc. Dr. 'Marriage Life Survey' developed by Zeynep Hatipoğlu Sümer (1993) was used. At the same time, the 'Conflict Resolution Styles Scale' developed by Ayça Özen Çıplak (2006) was used to determine the conflict resolution styles of the participants. Finally, the 'Happiness Scale in Relations', developed by Fletcher et al. (1990), was used to determine the level of happiness of the participants. The research includes married individuals (500 people) living in Istanbul. Descriptive and comparative statistical analysis methods were used in the research. The prepared questionnaire was subjected to reliability analysis in SPSS 22.0 for Windows package program. Cronbach's Alpha method was used to measure the reliability of the survey data used in the research. Looking at the research findings; In the research, a positive and significant linear relationship was found between the marriage conflict levels of the couples and the conflict resolution styles at the level of 78.6%. The level of conflict resolution styles increases as the participants' marriage conflict levels increase (p ˂ 0.05). Also; Negative conflict resolution sub-dimension (r =, 262; p <0.01), withdrawal sub-dimension (r =, 247; p <0.05), CBCL Order (r =, 232; p <0, 01) and happiness (r =, 002; p <0.05) were found to be positively significant. A significant positive relationship was found between the general dimension of conflict resolution and happiness level (r =, 048; p <0.05). Finally, significant relationships were found between conflict resolution sub-dimensions and happiness. Negative conflict resolution sub-dimension (r =, 220; p <0.05), submission sub-dimension (r =, 203; p <0.05) and withdrawal sub-dimension (r =, 249; p <0.05 ) has been found to have a positive positive relationship on happiness levels.



Keywords
Marriage Conflict, Conflict Resolution Styles, Happiness



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