The purposes of this study were to investigated ; 1) The amount of shared leisure time with spouses. 20 The differences of the mount of shared leisure time according to socio-demographic variables. 3) The relationship between marital satisfaction and the amount of shared leisure time. Data for 291 couples were gather from using structured questionnaire and time diary. The major findings were ; 1) Spouses spent together 2 hours and 8 minutes on the average per day in leisure. Time for active leisure was 1 hour and 36 minutes, while that for passive leisure was 32 minutes. 2) The total shared leisure time were significantly related to husband's age, degree of husband's education, and employment status of wife. The active shared leisure time were related number of children and husband's age. and the passive shared leisure time were related to degree of husband's education, and employment status of wife. 3) The more couples spent together in leisure, the higher their marital satisfaction became.
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