Investigation and Study on Love and Marriage Cognition and Attitudes of Contemporary College Students
Purpose to understand the current situation and characteristics of marriage cognitive attitudes of college students during the social transition period. Methods by cluster sampling, 1354 college students from four universities in Chengdu were involved in questionnaires survey about love and marriage values. Results the differences in mate selection, attitudes towards materials and love, naked marriage, and trial marriage were statistically significant among college students with different genders or hometowns (P<0.01 or P<0.05). Conclusion although the value of love and marriage of contemporary college students was a contradictory combination of the traditional and modern; the mainstream of the overall orientation was positive and healthy.
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