Factors Impacting First-Generation Muslim Newlyweds Marital Satisfaction
You are being invited to participate in a research study titled Factors Impacting First-Generation Muslim Newlyweds Marital Satisfaction. This study is being done by Lamba Aziz-Hanifzai from Alliant International University.
The aim of the research is to raise public awareness on how marital coping, hope, religiosity factors impact first-generation Muslim’s marital satisfaction. The research is important because this study will address an important gap in the research literature by examining marriage in the first-generation Muslim community. There are many articles written about marriage and factors that impact experiences of marriage. However, there is an absence of studies documenting how marital coping, hope, religiosity factors impact first-generation Muslim’s marital satisfaction.
Please note that participation in the study is voluntary. If you choose to participant in the study, your identity will be concealed by removing any identifying information from the final document. If you agree to to the term and participate in the study you will be directed to complete an online survey that will approximately take you 15 minutes.
By clicking "I agree" below you are indicating that you are at least 18 years old, identify as a first generation Muslim (Parents immigrated to the U.S from another country or you were born in the U.S), live in the U.S, have read and understood this consent form and agree to participate in this research study.
If you would like more information, then please contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can discuss, in more detail, the purpose and the process of the study.