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ERIC Number: EJ646755
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2002
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ISSN: ISSN-0192-6187
Prayer as a Conflict Resolution Ritual: Clinical Implications of Religious Couples' Report of Relationship Softening, Healing Perspective, and Change Responsibility.
Butler, Mark H.; Stout, Julie A.; Gardner, Brandt C.
American Journal of Family Therapy, v30 n1 p19-37 Jan-Feb 2002
For religious couples, Deity's influence in their marriage is often experienced through prayer, and Deity may more significantly influence religious couples' interaction than anyone else. As a preliminary test of this hypothesis, spouses completed a Likert-scaled questionnaire pertaining to prayer and marital conflict. Issues surrounding clinical use of prayer as a conflict resolution tactic are considered. (Contains 59 references and 1 table.) (BF)
Publication Type: Journal Articles
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Language: English
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