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|Title||Interparental differences in attitudes to cultural changes in Kuwait|
Interparental conflict is an example of interpersonal disagreements that arise between those who adhere to the traditions of the indigenous Arab culture and those who accept the more liberal attitudes conveyed by the imported Western culture. Interparental attitude conflict over family relationships, methods of marriage and emancipation of women is positively associated with Kuwaiti nationality, urban residence and greater interparental age difference. It is the degree of conflict in attitudes rather than liberal attitudes as such that is associated with an excess of reported psychiatric symptoms.
|Published in||Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology|
|Series||Volume: 23, Number: 2|
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