This study focuses on the effect of communication on sexual relationship satisfaction when comparing cohabiting couples with married couples. Communication is an important part of relational and sexual satisfaction. Research was conducted using scholarly journal articles and quantitative data from questionnaires. Fifty-four questionnaires were completed by males and females that were at least forty years, married or cohabitating, and identified as Latino, African American, or Caucasian. The data from the questionnaires found that both heterosexual and homosexual couples in domestic partnerships had better sexual communication than those who were married. People from diverse backgrounds can relate to the data collected because marriage and sexual communication are relevant to people all over the world
Koosed, Erin; Mahaffey, Danielle; Rand, McKenzie; Wagner, Elizabeth; and Lee, Dr. HeeSoon
"The Effect of Marriage verses Cohabitation on Sexual Communication in Latino, African American, and Caucasian Adults,"
International ResearchScape Journal: Vol. 3
, Article 9.
Available at: https://scholarworks.bgsu.edu/irj/vol3/iss1/9
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