February 1951
American Sociological Review;Feb51, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p27
Academic Journal
In this article, the concept of social psychology of marriage is discussed. As reported, the introduction of the interactional point of view provided the framework within which to develop a social psychological analysis. It is also reported that the development of social psychology is intertwined with the development of a social psychology of marriage. It is further reported that marriage represents a reenactment of the parent-child relationship and the dynamic relationship between husband and wife becomes the focal point for analysis in any social psychology of marriage.


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