Scanzoni, John

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An assessment of decision-making processes in dual-career marriages 1983 104 The purpose of this study was to assess which of a group of independent variables were most predictive of the following dependent variables: (1) process power (PP), (2) process outcome (PO), and (3) subjective outcomes (SO) of decision making in dual...
Church control and family structure in a Moravian community of North Carolina, 1753-1857 1981 344 The purpose of the present study was to examine the relationship of church authority and family structure in the Moravian Communities of Salem, Bethabara, Bethania, Friedberg, Friedland, and Hope, North Carolina, during the years 1753 until 1857. A t...
Factors affecting coparental relationships 1985 20 This study tested whether and how support and conflict in coparental relationships, as perceived by mothers, are influenced by selected context variables and the negotiation process engaged in by separated or divorced spouses. Fifty-one Caucasian wom...
Divorce mediation : factors influencing the choice of mediation and their respective objective and subjective outcomes 1985 7 Using a decisioning paradigm based on exchange and conflict theories, this. study analyzed the data from 200 couples involved in the Denver custody Mediation Project. Analyses were performed in order to investigate the factors associated with (1) the...
Rotating shiftwork and links to family participation : family life preferences and satisfaction of personal needs 1984 13 The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between the perceived family participation difficulty and the family life preferences and other characteristics of workers on rotating shifts. Restriction of activities related to household t...
The relationship of marital partnership status to husband/wife bargaining mode 1987 15 The purposes of this research were, to see if 1) type of marital partnership status of couples influenced the husbands' and wives' bargaining mode in joint decision-making; 2) other context factors such as characteristics of the partners and features...