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Marriage Trajectories among Patient with Mental Health Problem


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1 Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, Central University of Tamil Nadu, India
2 Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Institute of Technology Rourkela, India
3 Associate Professor, Department of Education, Central University of Tamil Nadu, India
     

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Objective: To explore effect of mental illness on marriage and marital life among the tribal Patient with Mental Illness (PMI).

Method: To achieve the objective of the study, qualitative method with multiple case study has been adopted. Population and Sampling Technique: Population is a tribal Person with Mental Illness (PMI) and Purposive Sampling Technique is used.

Findings: The analysis has been categories into two broad areas, that is, effects of mental illness among married patient and unmarried patient with mental illness. Results indicate that, there is an adverse effect of mental illness on marriage and marital life among the patient with mental illness.

Conclusion: Marriage and mental health problems are closely related and multi-faced one. The evidence shows that, there is an adverse effect of mental illness on marriage and marital life among the tribal patient with mental illness.


Keywords

Marriage, Mental Illness, Marriage Trajectories, Marital Life, Tribal.
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Authors

Chittaranjan Subudhi
Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, Central University of Tamil Nadu, India
Ramakrishna Biswal
Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Institute of Technology Rourkela, India
Padmanaban Srinivasan
Associate Professor, Department of Education, Central University of Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract


Objective: To explore effect of mental illness on marriage and marital life among the tribal Patient with Mental Illness (PMI).

Method: To achieve the objective of the study, qualitative method with multiple case study has been adopted. Population and Sampling Technique: Population is a tribal Person with Mental Illness (PMI) and Purposive Sampling Technique is used.

Findings: The analysis has been categories into two broad areas, that is, effects of mental illness among married patient and unmarried patient with mental illness. Results indicate that, there is an adverse effect of mental illness on marriage and marital life among the patient with mental illness.

Conclusion: Marriage and mental health problems are closely related and multi-faced one. The evidence shows that, there is an adverse effect of mental illness on marriage and marital life among the tribal patient with mental illness.


Keywords


Marriage, Mental Illness, Marriage Trajectories, Marital Life, Tribal.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v11%2Fi1%2F2020%2Fijphrd%2F194157