Thesis Title: Family Centrality, Supportive Communication and Family Satisfaction in Female School Teachers
Student Name: Sabina Shehzadi
Supervisors: Jawaria Fatima Naqvi & Iram Fatima, PhD
The present research investigated the relationship between family centrality, supportive communication and family satisfaction in female school teachers. It was hypothesized that there would be positive relationship between family centrality and family satisfaction in female school teachers, it was further hypothesized that supportive communication and family satisfaction are correlated in female school teachers. Convenient sampling was used to recruit a sample of 100 female school teachers from various public and private sector schools. Family Centrality Scale (Russell, 2013), Supportive Communication Scale (Susanne, 2015) and Family Satisfaction Scale (Olson, 1995) were used for assessment while correlation, and multiple regression were applied to generate the results. The result supported a positive relationship between supportive communication and family satisfaction in female school teachers.
Keywords: Family centrality, supportive communication, family satisfaction.