Entitlement and the Affectional Bond: Justice in Close Relationships

Hardcover | October 31, 1994

EditorMelvin J. Lerner, Gerold Mikula

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This insightful volume offers a variety of approaches to the issue of entitlement influences in close relationships. Describing relationships in different international settings, contributors discuss gender differences in children's household duties in Scotland; sharing household duties among American husbands and wives; emotional factors involved in German parents' adjustment to the birth of their first child and much more. Papers also discuss various theoretical models and analytical assumptions.

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This insightful volume offers a variety of approaches to the issue of entitlement influences in close relationships. Describing relationships in different international settings, contributors discuss gender differences in children's household duties in Scotland; sharing household duties among American husbands and wives; emotional...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:374 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0 inPublished:October 31, 1994Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306446995

ISBN - 13:9780306446993

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Table of Contents

Justice in Close Relationships: An Introduction; G. Mikula, M.J. Lerner. Equity and Balance in the Exchange of Contributions in Close Relationships; S. Sprecher, P. Schwartz. Entitlements in Close Relationships: A Justice Motive Analysis; S. Desmarais, M.J. Lerner. Resource Allocation in Intimate Relationships: Trying to Make Sense of a Confusing Literature; M.S. Clark, K. Chrisman. Social Comparison and Social Exchange in Marital Relationships; N.W. Van-Yperen, B.P. Buunk. Entitlement in Romantic Relationships in the United States: A Social Exchange Perspective; M. Attridge, E. Berscheid. Paradoxical Effects of Closeness in Relationships of Perceptions of Justice: An Interdependence Theory Perspective; J.G. Holmes, G. Levinger. Perspectiverelated Differences in Interpretations of Injustice by Victims and Victimizers: A Test with Close Relationships; G. Mikula. Equality and Entitlement in Marriage: Benefits and Barriers; J.M. Steil. 5 additional articles. Index.