Electronic Cuckoldry and Its Relationship to Marital Speechlessness Among Couples in the Gaza Strip as Perceived by Their Wives

Abdulraouf Ahmed Eltalla


The study aims at identifying the level of electronic cuckoldry and marital speechlessness among couples in the Gaza Strip from the point of view of their wives, the relationship between electronic betrayal and marital speechlessness, and identifying the differences in electronic cuckoldry and matrimonial speechlessness ascribable to the variables of husband's age and marriage period. The study was conducted on a sample of (100) wife. The researcher constructed and used two scales: the electronic cuckoldry scale and matrimonial speechlessness scale. The study found that electronic infidelity and marital speechlessness levels were less than the hypothetical mean. The results of the study also showed a positive relationship between electronic betrayal and marital silence. In addition, there were significant differences in marital silence according to the age variable in favor of the youngest, and according to the variable of marriage period in favor of the category less than ten years. There were also differences in electronic infidelity in favor of the category less than ten years, while there were no differences in treason according to the variable of the age of the husband.

Keywords: Electronic Cuckoldry, Marital Speechlessness

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