This study aims to integrate the relationship between martial satisfaction of marriage migrant women and related variables through metal analysis and suggest a multicultural policy, based on the result.
Martial satisfaction of marriage migrant women showed the most significant relationship when they formed positive relationships with parents-in-law, and there was a high relationship between social support and martial satisfaction. Also, the relationship with martial satisfaction was high, when marriage migrant women highly recognized family health, had a low parenting stress and positively recognized child and martial relationships. Among a lot of related variables, academic background, age of marriage migrant women, educational background of spouses, gender role attitudes and recognitions of marriage migrant women and spouses showed extremely low relationships with martial satisfaction. Also, Korean language ability, marriage path and marriage duration of marriage migrant women showed low relationships. In addition, occupations, remittance to marriage migrant women’s parents, the number of children, age and occupations of spouses were not statistically significant.
Based on these findings, practical discussions for marriage migrant women’s marriage adjustment and support are as follows. There is a need to develop education for parents-in-law and a multicultural counseling support policy for mothers-in-lawand daughters-in-law, construct an associated system of social support, develop a life cycle-based educational support policy, expand child-rearing support service and separate education from counseling.