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A Review Study on the Marriage and Relationship Research in Turkey

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ABSTRACT

The aim of this study is to examine the studies on marriage and relationship in Turkey.127 studies (82 research studies and 45 scale studies) published and unpublished between 1997-2008 were examined toprovide an overview for professionals about the marriage and relationship research done in Turkey. The studies were reviewed in terms of their general characteristics, conceptual frameworks and methods of investigation. The results were discussed and suggestions were given in terms of future directions.

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Guney, S. (2011). A Review Study on the Marriage and Relationship Research in Turkey. Psychology, 2, 497-501. doi: 10.4236/psych.2011.25077.

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