BREAKING THE SILENCE: PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS-RELATED FACTORS IN IMMATURE MARRIAGES

Authors

  • Abdul Rauf Khan Visiting Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Thal University Bhakkar, Punjab, Pakistan
  • Ariba Nazish BS Sociology Department of Sociology, Thal University Bhakkar, Punjab, Pakistan
  • Sidra Nazer BS Sociology Department of Sociology, Thal University Bhakkar, Punjab, Pakistan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53664/JSSD/02-02-2023-20-364-372

Abstract

The primary objective of this study is to investigate the intricate relationship that exists amid psychological stress and immature marriages in Southern Punjab. More specifically, the research investigated specific obstacles that young brides in this region face. The focus of the research is on unions that occur during infancy. It is believed that these unions are responsible for the emission of stresses that originate from socio-cultural, economic, as well as gender issues. In order to see psychological characteristics that are linked with immature marriages, the research thus made use of the quantitative method approach, making use of quantitative survey data in conjunction with these findings. The study offered significant results in reaching desired conclusion and making decisions. This research contributes toward a better knowledge concerning psychological mechanisms that are responsible for immature marriages, which is necessary so as to provide an explanation for these elements in light of the local context. In addition to recognizing interventions and policies that can be used to construct culturally informed methods to meet the mental health needs of the young brides in Southern Punjab, the results also direct attempts at achieving more comprehensive outcomes.

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Published

31-12-2023

How to Cite

Abdul Rauf Khan, Ariba Nazish, & Sidra Nazer. (2023). BREAKING THE SILENCE: PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS-RELATED FACTORS IN IMMATURE MARRIAGES. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES DEVELOPMENT, 2(2), 364–372. https://doi.org/10.53664/JSSD/02-02-2023-20-364-372

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