Objective: To explore the multiple mediating effects of marital attitudes and couples interaction in the link between marital quality and family violence among married female migrant workers. Methods: A sample of 895 married female migrant workers from Zhejiang province completed the revised Conflict Test Scale Short Form, the Marital Quality Scale, the Marital Attitude Scale and Chinese Positive Marital Interaction Scale. Results:①Family violence, couples interaction, marital attitudes and marital quality were significantly correlated with each other;②Couples interaction and marital attitudes both played partial and chain mediating roles between family violence and marital quality. Conclusion: The experience of family violence not only directly influences marital quality of married female migrant workers, also exerts its influences through the mediation of couples interaction and marital attitudes.
Chinese Journal of Clinical Psychology
Married women migrant workers