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The social institution involving legal and/or religious sanction whereby men and women are joined together for the purpose of founding a family unit.
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In India, 80% marriages are arranged marriages and since there is no scientific method available to check the overall compatibility (especially from psychological perspective) people use unscientific methods like astrology. Is there any psychological assessment to test compatibility of Indian bride and grooms?
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Thank you very much for your help. I will go through these assessment scales. Thanks again.
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Dower goes from the groom to the bride. It is mandatory for Muslim marriages. In Murdock's Ethnographic Atlas, however, nearly all Muslim societies are characterized by bridewealth, which is different, as it goes from groom's kin to bride's kin thereby excluding the bride.
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This ruling that all Islamic societies pass the dowry from the groom to the bride’s relatives is a great exaggeration and needs scrutiny. This can happen in some societies.
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I am looking for articles related to love marriage among girls, especially in Bangladesh and South Asian perspectives. Any suggestions, please.
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Are there any articles or anyone that can give an idea about how dirty words impact the girls under confinement?
In addition, how does homosexuality develop in a confinement setting? It would be excellent if there is something around the South Asian perspective,
especially in Bangladesh.
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What is the impact of the lockdown on the emotional stability of involuntarily childless women in abusive marriages.?
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تاثير سلبي
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In the statistical analysis of the structural equation model (SEM), if we have an independent variable and a dependent variable and two variables as mediators, if we want to calculate some demographic characteristics such as gender and employment status and marriage as a moderator, Amos and, Lisrel software are better or R software?
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@Ahadi AMOS won't allow to add moderator when running the SEM model with latent variables. Lisrel and Lavaan in R can handle any kind of model. I totally agree with @Christian that Lavaan has the advantage of being license free but both of these softwares are command based. If you are looking something that can handle your model and is a GUI based software, then you can turn to Smart-PLS. It has a trial version of one month with full features.
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The trend of getting married in the early 20s has been changed recently. Compared to 50 years ago, the changes in economic, social, literacy and cultural aspects in life are partially responsible behind such decisions. Getting married in late may mean a reduction of the rate of population growth. This trend could be variable in various parts of the globe since there are other aspects, like more children means more help in the older age. When the cost of bringing up of a child goes out side the equation, the dwindling rate of population growth may not be noticed. Please share your thoughts!
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Thanks you, Dr. Rajat Chakraborti
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At what point does a customary marriage come into existence? Is it after the parties agree to be married? Is it when dowry or bride price is offered and accepted? Is it when a celebration is concluded? Is it when a certificate is issued? If it occurs at the point when a certificate is issued, is the issuing of the certificate not mere recognition of that which has already taken place? I am thinking of a birth certificate. It does not constitute the birth, as it only records its existence. That is why one can still obtain a late registration of birth, subject to proof that such birth occurred and between the mother and child and at the given date / time and place.
and by the same token, it is interesting to grasp at what point a divorce of these customary marriages occurs. The same sets of questions about marriage above apply also to the divorce. Any views colleagues? We need to advance those cultures and their institutions to a point where they can be best understood and dealt with in the modern and post-modern settings. and research questions should always at least inform the statutory and social debates to inform harmonisation as cultures intermarry more now than at any other point in our human histoy.
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أتفق معك يجب مناقشة الظاهرة من جميع الجوانب الدينية والاجتماعية والاقتصادية والقانونية
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Hi, I am a  final year student at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid ( Spain), doing my final thesis about the working-life conditions in the Nordic Countries.  
Especially, I am researching about the different types of statutory entitlement to leave. However, I haven´t found in any nordic country legislation about days off work to enjoy the honeymoon after marriage. 
I was wondering if you could know or even pointing me out in the direction of someone with knowledge in those Nordic labour law questions. It would be extremely appreciated. 
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very good question
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My dissertation is about female early marriage and how it affects female labor participation. I'm trying to find a proper theory that underlines the topic. Most of the papers I found, relate the theory of change to the topic, but I need a different perspective.
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Early marriage in some African countries means wealth to the parents of the girl. In addition, the girls are married to older men so they are very much submissive and therefore help in increasing the population of the community.
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I want to do work in this topic if anyone have any articles/books related to this topic cross-caste and caste boundaries marriage in rural areas In Pakistan.
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Thanks dear
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I am doing work related this topics (cross-caste and cross-reg marriage in Pakistan)
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Depending on the questions you want to research against the background of Pakistan and cross-caste or cross-regional marriages, you might find relevant research literature on inter-religious marriages in other parts of the world or inter-national marriages or inter-ethnic marriages.
For example, reactions from the families, or the surrounding society, or how they bring up their children or where they decide to live etc. That could be useful for comparing to your subject. Not direct and literal but situations where marriage partners must overcome significant social and cultural barriers and biases.
Some Examples: marriages between Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland, with a history of bloody battles.
Or mixed-race marriages in the South of the USA against the historic background of slavery.
Or marriages in the Dutch Carribean between people of quite different groups, with African origins or Native origins or Indian (Hindu) origins, and Javanese origins and Portuguese Jews.
I hope you can find links to your research questions.
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Is there a probability to see this happens without any sensitivity to all three?
I hope to find papers and studies.
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Es absolutamente imposible pensar que no se presente sensibilidad. En cada uno de los involucrados hay presencia de sentimientos, sensibilidades, actitudes y creencias que moldean su comportamiento. Lo indicado es establecer las características que se evidencian en cada uno de los involucrados en términos de: compromiso, cultura, tipo de relación, grado de amistad, etc.
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Muslim laws relating to marriage -The comparison with reference to Special marriage act 1954 &Indian Christian Marriage Act 1872 how to write a research abstract and content for this topic
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I am looking to conduct a study investigating whether there was a relationship between people's perception of relationship/marital therapy and their relationship status, and was just wondering if anybody had seen any studies that look into anything similar - or even investigated just people's perceptions of relationship/counselling therapy?
Thanks!
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Recent study shows that more than 50% women face abuse on social media - from unwanted friend request to indecent messages to peculiar marriage proposals, women face harassment on social media every other day- highest being on Face Book. Social media have got prominence in every individual's life, more so after the the out break of pandemic Covid-19 and the lock down. And women are no exception to it. Then, How to check this evil practice?
Learned members are invited to opine and share views.
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The practical solution is to lock the profile, and implement the security measures of social medias to handle these issues. These actions can bring down the rate. However, in absence of full-proof mechanism, still some issues will be there. Only complete solution is to teach the users the expected behaviour in social sites and implement strong guidelines for the users; failing to that permanent closure of the account.
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If focusing on micro-firms, I can relate the first I visited and researched in Bangladesh 1969-71 [back when the area was called East Pakistan. I was with the Ford Foundation and we funded Dr. Aktar Hamid Khan and The Comilla Project. A training/research center for Bengali farmers, including women.
The Project included several studies.
One was to collect milk from the few cows held by most households. The milk was collected and processed into cheese in an elaborate "peasant" system - organized by the extension workers of the Comilla Project.
As households earned cash - like pennies and dimes - they wanted "to bank." The Project set up training for all, including a few "bankers."
Then the money sat and people's savings were small. But some villagers wanted to borrow and asked their villagers. The Project organized credit lending schemes and then addressed repayment plans. The villagers wanted assurances and decided that village organizations would do the lending and the organizations would monitor and recover money they loaned. The villagers were almost always related as Muslims handle marriages and care for each other. Etc. This system was long before the Grameen System became the object of attention and the Nobel Peace Prize. Aktar Hamid Khan should have been the first Bengali Nobel Peace Prize Awardee. But he was not Bengali. He was by birth an "Anglo Paki."
That history - I observed long ago but my impressions last because the people of Bangladesh were honest, hardworking and sadly - with limited means or active economies.
Refugio I. Rochin, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus
University of California, Davis and Santa Cruz and Lifetime member of the Giannini Foundation at UC Berkeley
Cell: 831-419-2411 Rrochin@ucdavis.edu
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I appreciate this message because I regard that publication as among my
lifetime best. But . . . the world does not generally agree. You are an apparent exception.
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Sacrament or Samskar means purification, Hindu have sixteen samskaras from Pre-birth to death. Marriage sacrament or Vivaha samskar is one of the sixteen samskaras.
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Dear ma'am, please read the following paper...
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I observed that most people enjoy courtship because love is active during this period. But in marriage, there seems to be conflicts because here love is passive. I discovered that most marriages collapse because men are pretenders in courtship period. Most of them are no more who they used to be during courtship- a romantic period. They grow traditional and more authoritative whereas women want to be romantic forever. Men should not tolerate in courtship what they cannot tolerate in marriage- a classical period. My understanding of Romantic Period and Classical Period is that of Courtship Period and Marital Period.
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But truth can also be conditional and time bound. What is true today may not be true tomorrow. Education was more important than farming before CoVid-19 outbreak. A partner can change after marriage. I have heard of a woman who married as a virgin but latter date the best friend of her husband who trusted her for modesty.
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"A valid marriage between the baptised is called ratum tantum if it has not been consummated; it is called ratum et consummatum if the spouses have performed between themselves in a human fashion a conjugal act which is suitable in itself for the procreation of offspring, to which marriage is ordered by its nature and by which the spouses become one flesh." ( Can. 1061 §1.)
What if consummatio is understood from the psychological point of view? What if a marriage is consumed physically but never emotionally? Could annulment be granted on the ground of this canon? Should it or should it not?
What are your thoughts?
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I think it should be kept in mind that one thing is "dispensation" and another is "marriage nullity". If you refer only to the concept of "marriage consummation", I think the correct point is to delve into the essence of the concepts rather than the forms. In other words, pay more attention to the ratio legis, rather than the written formula itself. What I mean is that your proposal to deepen the concept of "marriage consummation" seems to be interesting and important because, obviously, we are body and spirit and we must get as close as possible to the truth. Whenever the reasoning be well-argued and the arguments be well-founded and well applied to the specific case.
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Do we need to marry in order to be happy or can a person be happy without marriage, justify?
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You do not need to be married to achieve happiness but some people do find joy in being wed to the person they love.
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I am currently working on my final year thesis, and need to use the scale for my research, which is on Locus of control and marital Stability. I feel like Miller Marital LOC scale would be a better fit for this research than, Levenson LOC scale which i am currently going ahead with, as i can't find the authority figure to approach for permission. Kindly please let me know if you know the university the authors were affiliated with, or anyone else that i could get in touch with for permission.
Thanking you in advance.
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You dont need any permission for using somones published scales just cite them in your paper when mentioning the scale
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In western country ,marriage is not necessary to share love with two partners,But in arab and many religions need marriage to be necessary to validate the relation and love and sex sharing,so the marriage and love still be discussed,
The second argument you often hear is that marriage is a declaration of love. It's about "showing" we're settled, our partners are "off the market", and we're in a position to build a family. Most of this, however, is a display for others. Plenty of monogamous couples maintain stable, healthy relationships without rings or certificates to "prove" loyalty.
Indeed, who are we trying to prove our love to? Our proof should be our treatment of each other: anything else is addition, not basis. There is more to be worried about if we need to "secure" someone, like a raging animal, with a ring or certificate or other public stamp.
Furthermore, as high divorce rates show, being tied to one person doesn't work out for many, especially for the rest of our lives. Compromises can be made. Couples now swing, maintain open marriages, and so on. But this should only make us question why we're still devoted to the "one true love" ideal in the first place.
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Marriage means having a purposeful life and mental peace
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I know that the quality of the attachments is poor...
I found it during the autopsy of a snail - Anentome helena (von dem Busch, 1847) from Thailand.
I heard that this snail species produce "nuptial gifts"... Can we see sperm in the photo? Or maybe there are some protozoa?
Thank you for all your help!
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Thank you for your answer. Every suggestion is very valuable to me.
In the movie called "1" we can see how "it" moves and how "these organisms" are "compressed" in the tissues of the snail.
In the movie called "2" there is something like a "sphere" in which something probably moves ...
I will look for more information about Apicomplexa specimens in snails in the literature.
Thank you again.
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The one thing that specifically caught my attention is the ill tradition of “Child Grooms” which has practically been ignored as it has failed miserably to find its rightful place in mainstream dissent as the most obvious reason being that “Child Marriages” have always been thought to be oppressive for “Child Brides” but it’s no less than a gospel truth that Child Marriages tend to be equally tragic for “Child Grooms” too. We cannot deny an accomplished fact that innocence of childhood cannot be classified into conventional binary divisions. The mental trauma suffered by a Child Groom is no less than that of a Child Bride, but it often gets overlooked or ignored under the established typical gender norms. It is indeed unfortunate to state that it is just not a rural malady, but there is no dearth of instances wherein it has been practiced in urban setups too. Marriages have always been the most respected, trusted, and accepted societal institution, but the questions that this practice and phenomena of Child Grooms put across a need of serious thinking and redefining it to better suit the modern societal outlook. It is indeed an overwhelming realization that my work attempts to research and represent it on such a scale and allows me with the liberty to widen its reach. Call it the paragon of paradoxes or facts laced with incredible ironies that we have reached the moon and back, but still, our children are doomed in pre-mature marriages.
I welcome you all to further elaborate your take on this issue. You can also share a few research articles with me on this topic as it will help me in strengthening my knowledge on this issue. This is my Ph.D. research topic.
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Abdelfattah Alkhawaja, Thank you very much for your suggestion.
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Goodmorning,
I'm doing a thesis about the hindu marriage , the dowry and the widow in the hindu society . I've already read some books about this topic, but I think that something is missing. Someone can provide me with books that can give me all the information I need on the subject?
Thank you for your attention.
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The Vivaha: The Hindu Marriage Samskaras Paperback – 2008
by R.C. Prasad (Author)
you can get it in Amazon.
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I need to consult the baptism, marriage and burial books of the Franciscan missions of Alta California to complement a study on the propagation routes of the smallpox pandemic of 1780 in the northwest of New Spain.
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To my knowledge, the only California mission burial books that have been digitized and made available online are those from Mission Santa Clara de Asis: http://content.scu.edu/cdm/landingpage/collection/mission
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Hi, I'm working on my dissertation in behavioral finance, I am open for the discussion regarding the wives financial strategic in risk of divorce possibility?
is there any other factors that might affecting the decision making process?
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Sure.
Man and society can not adjust the development of life as they wish.
Life is becoming stronger than everyone else
Relationships are governed by interests and most important marital life.
When interests are balanced, feelings, stability and having children come.
In Europe, when a man is fired, his wife divorces him. Therefore, there are cases of suicide when the loss of work because the man has become his life and stability and his children are in danger.
Because the wife will go with another person financially stable and leave her husband and children. This is an existing case but it may not be general.
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In the past millenia, the Chinese have refrained from marrying within their patrilineage (marrying their father’s brother’s daughter is considered incestuous and forbidden).
By contrast, Middle-Easterners (Arabs, Persians and Pakistanis) preferentially marry within their patrilineage (marrying their father’s brother’s daughter is considered a marriage ‘made in heaven’ and certainly not incestuous).
Why such a difference, while the Chinese and the Middle Easterners otherwise have similar family systems (joint families with patrilineal descent and bridewealth) ?
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Interesting thing is that marriage ages have gone upm in UK average for marriage now 37.8 for men and women 34.9..what a difference. In China and Asia tigers marriage delayed due to costs of getting married so live longer than parents..not sure what in Arabia countries. Other thing birth rate gone down
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I have seen other sources about attitudes for having sex before marriage. but as you know it is very important, because we live in an Islamic country. you know that you mast keep your completed questionnaire about 3 years. thanks for your kindly attention
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Dear,
I understand what do you mean, as you I live in Iran as an Islamic country. if you send me your questionnaire in word format. I will translate to English. If possible let me know your decision.
Sincerely
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Some classical methods used in the field of linear algebra,such as linear regression via linear least squares and singular-value decomposition, are linear algebra methods, and other methods, such as principal component analysis, were born from the marriage of linear algebra and statistics. To read and understand machine learning, you must be able to read and understand linear algebra. This book helps machine learning practitioners, get on top of linear algebra, fast.
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Thanks, very useful reference
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Some married couples used their spouses as their next of kin while some used the first child, others used the first male child. Some people also preferred to use their siblings for next of kin. Who do you think should be the next of kin as a married person or unmarried person ? What are the criteria of choosing the next of kin? I will appreciate candid answers to this question.
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I agree, with Emre
The term usually means your nearest blood relative. In the case of a married couple or a civil partnership it usually means their husband or wife.
Next of kin is a title that can be given, by you, to anyone from your partner to blood relatives and even friends. It is also possible to name more than one person as your next of kin. This is a title that is primarily used in order for emergency services to know who to keep informed about an individual’s condition and treatment.  
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I need to measure the quality of marital relationship
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I suggest you the relationship assessment scale for love and compassion research. It’s a 7 -item scale designed to measure general relationship satisfaction. Respondents answer each item using a 5-point scale ranging from 1 (low satisfaction) to 5 (high satisfaction).
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I am doing a research on effect of social media use on marital satisfaction among married individuals. I would like to ask is there any theories related to social media and marriages.
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There are group pages on Facebook for People seeking their other half, and I have not seen specific pages for marriages. There are group websites with topics related to health, nutrition, cooking, home services, parenting advice, for people bringing up children, etc. Whether social media portals help or harm the married life and for families depends on how they are used by each individual. If social media portals are used to contact other people in the family, with friends, they are a source of important information, they can fulfill a useful role. however, using socialm media portals may also have a negative impact, because some people may become addicted to using social media portals, using smartphones or other devices with access to the Internet, if the time spent on viewing them is relatively long compared to other people classes, and especially towards classes and duties related to family and professional life.
Best wishes
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When should a sincere man give up on a girl if he required nothing from her but acceptance of a life long relationship, marriage and eternal love?
After meeting someone who you take serious, how long should you try to convince that person to trust you for a serious relationship?.
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I have learned that we all are conditioned by society to outsource our happiness onto others. This is unfair if we have not found that happiness by ourselves. If we have not got it in the first place, how can we share it with someone else?
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Memo:
The question is linked to my current study of the role of Affair Partner (AP) in extramarital relationship among Muslim marriage. Affair Partner may or may not be Muslim.
A Muslim man is allowed a maximum of 4 wives at any one time. This opportunity increases the confidence of a mate poacher in pursuing relationship with a married Muslim partner.
Literature:
Mate poaching involves action and intent . Poaching involves two key elements:
  1. Pursuit. The pursuit of someone that is already in a relationship (and the poacher knows it).
  2. Intent. The intention to pry a person away from their partner.
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I dont think that it is polygamy that contributes to mate poaching. If we consider Freuds theories, then the ID kicks in and based on values, morals and ID tendencies mate poaching becomes another conquest regardless of the circumstances or consequencies
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I'm wondering about attachment styles in relationship to inherited wealth. I have not found any literature or studies regarding but if any one knows of existing or developing research please let me know!
Much thanks, Michele
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What a great question/future research area. Money is indicative of so many areas of life. I study attachment and have never seriously considered the variable. Best of luck on your work!
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Hi all,
I am currently working with Survey data from Germany for the period 1984-2015 analyzing the relationship between marriage and life satisfaction. Currently I am trying to drop individuals who are married but have missing data for their marital status for 2 or more years in-between reported years. I have also filled out the missing years for each individual (tsfill full) in order to have the full set of 1984-2015.
I tried generating variable showing people who are married and I tried generating variable showing missing data between the years ( pid= personal identification number or each respondent; syear= survey year; marstatus= marital status, equal to 1 when the person is married):
tab marstatus, generate (dum) * generating dummy variable for each marital status rename dum1 NA rename dum2 Married rename dum3 Single rename dum4 Widowed rename dum5 Divorced sort pid syear  egen max_gap=max(syear - syear[_n-1]), by(pid)
gen laggedmar = marstatus if (syear - syear[_n-1])
Seem though that none of those approaches work and I am generating either senseless variables, or missing observation.  I also did try: gen byte Married_missing = missing(Married) / generating dummy 0 when the person is married and 1 otherwise/ by syear Married_missing (Married), sort: gen byte Changed = (Married != Married[_n+2]) if Married_missing == 1
Do you have advice for me on how to approach this issue ? Do I need to use loop or there is easier way/ command that I can apply? 
Kind regards,
Gabriela 
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I really cannot be helpful methodologically, but your research is fascinating! I presented your query to my graduate research methods students about the efficiencies and efficacies of deleting the cases. If anything, the result of your query is a great class case study.
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I am conducting a study that requires a measure of the variable, Perception of parents' romantic relationship.
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Hi Arushee,
While I do not know of a measure, I have attached an article that analyzes how adult children of divorce view their own relationships based on their parents' marriage. Hope you find it interesting.
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Marriage, as an institution is not a that old concept. Whether, it is mandatory to marry?
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Are you married?
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In such workaholic academic life we find ourselves in, sometimes other important farcets of life are often neglected. These include marriage, family and hobbies. How do we ensure a balance life in this demanding academic life?
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This is a very worrying situation
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I am looking for a qualitative instrument (e.g. scale) related to minority stress, felt stigma, internalized stigma but specific to LGBTQ parents.
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This article may help you
Goldberg, A. E. & Smith, J. Z. (2011). Stigma, Social Context, and Mental Health: Lesbian and Gay Couples Across the Transition to Adoptive Parenthood. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 58(1), 139-150. DOI: 10.1037/a0021684
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Last week expert Austin Ruse President/C-Fam, Editor & Publisher/Friday Fax (https://c-fam.org/) raised the alert that the UN is negotiating a new hard-law treaty that will make Church teachings crimes against humanity.
How could this possibly be?
Here’s how he explained it.
" UN Member States are now negotiating a new hard-law treaty on “crimes against humanity.” These are generally regarded as those crimes that offend all of humanity, such as the genocide of the Jews by the Germans during World War II.
The new treaty very well may include the following:
“Sexual orientation and gender identity”
And
“Forced pregnancy”
Please knew we oppose all unjust discrimination against those with same-sex attraction. However, we cannot support the idea that opposing “sexual orientation and gender identity” as a new “crime against humanity.” This would criminalize the teachings of the Church.
We faced the notion of “forced pregnancy” when the International Criminal Court was negotiated twenty years ago. In the hands of the left, “forced pregnancy” means that a woman cannot get an abortion.
Working with UN Member States twenty years ago, we got it defined as the repeated rape of a woman for the purposes of changing the demographic profile of a country, literally holding a woman prisoner until she gives birth.
But, the left is back again and they want to insert “forced pregnancy” into the new treaty but without a definition so they can define it later against the unborn child.
This is how the new treaty will criminalize the teachings of the Church. And this is why we oppose this new language, and why we need your help."
I think that it is a problem for all humanity, it is not only a problem for catholics like myself. It seeks to force pro-abort legislation in all countries that have some protection for the unborn. If this UN treaty is approved, besides multiplying the number of aborts, many more women would be dangeroulsy wounded in their feminity because the post-abort syndrom, and beside the problems of an aging population would increase without limit. This is really irresponsably encouraging an inhumane behavior. For what use is the UN today?
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Breaking News! Major Transgender, Abortion, and Sexual Rights Controversies Erupt at the United Nations
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The Iraqi law establishes the marriage of a girl who is 9 years old and has not attained the age of majority (18) years
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It is really crazy to allow a child of 9 years to marry. Pedophiles may do that. A 9-year old girl's life is ruined. According to my opinion the youngest marriage you can allow is 18 years old but 25 would be better. The man decides what sex or gender a child is going to have. If it happens to be XX and not XY it does not mean that the offspring is a cattle. It is a human being with a unique talent that needs to be developed for years and not disturbed by any child marriage.
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Please what is your opinion according your experience?
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Plato’s idea of finding your other half or your soul mate is a very enduring concept. It’s easy to see why! It’s fun and it makes everyone feel like their life is a fairy tale waiting for a happy ending. Unfortunately research shows that belief in a soul mate is detrimental to your love life. It sets you up for failure because this view of a relationship means that there is one perfect person out there and when you find them...you’ll just know. Then everything will be perfect.
In reality love and relationships take work. You need to have a healthy respect for yourself so you can assert boundaries that are healthy for you. you also need to be able to perspectiv-take so you can communicate well enough to work out conflicts. There will be conflicts!
According to John Gottman and his massive amounts of research in the love lab, a relationship needs a good foundation of trust and commitment. Then a couple needs to “build love maps” or get to know each other‘s world. The next step is developing fondness and admiration, then maintaining a positive perspective (almost like giving your partner the benefit of the doubt when you’re not sure if their behavior is positive or negative), followed by managing conflict by making sure you can self sooth when stress is high and creating a dialogue about your problems as well as being open to your partner’s influence. If all of those factors are in place you can work on making your life dreams come true together and creating shared meaning as a couple.
Research also shows that the idea of romantic love is not universal. Although romantic love exists it is considered rash and immature.Marriage is an alliance that takes more than love to make it work. In countries where arranged marriages are the norm, couples rate themselves as more satisfied than folks in the West who have to find their own partners. The divorce rate is lower although there are other cultural factors at play. It makes sense because the family of the perspective couple works hard to find someone who will be a good fit for their child and they tend to know their children well. In the West we expect young people to suddenly make lifelong decisions and it doesn’t always work out for them.
That being said people in relationships tend to be much more satisfied if they have a lot in common. Opposites may attract but they do not endure. A partner should have similar values to you and it helps if you have the same likes and dislikes. It can be much more fun hanging out together when you aren’t having to compromise all the time.
Lastly, every relationship has an end. Some of them end sooner than others but that does not mean you have failed. Every relationship helps you learn more about yourself and what works for you. It’s not entirely true when people say you HAVE to love yourself before you can love another but there is some truth in that. People who expect to be treated well In a relationship are usually treated well. Those who expect to be treated badly are generally treated badly. So my advice for those who are looking for love is to set your expectations high and be willing to accept being single if your expectations aren’t met. Being single is not a failure, either, and it can be very rewarding to never have to answer to someone else.
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The Christian marriage system is based on the prohibition of pluralism. Is it a law that came to Christ or was it put by the men of the Church?
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Mushtaq Basheer Alghazali and Stephen I. Ternyik : if one looks at the prophets starting from Abraham, we see that polygamy was practiced by them. the very nation of Israelites came into being through polygamy of Jacob (Israel). even after the Torah was revealed, David had more than one wife, which created the conditions for Tzadok to become the High Priest of the 1st Solomonic Temple. Even Solomon himself is said to have had at least 300 wives, if not more. Also, Solomon was anointed the king of Israel by Tzadok (which is now practiced by the British Royalty where the new ruler is anointed with the music of Tzadok, by Handel, playing in the background). Neither David, Solomon or Tzadok were going against The Torah. But after Solomon, the tzadokite priesthood made monogamy as the only acceptable marriage. the Israelite kings after Solomon were weak and could not challenge the Tzadokite Kohan Gadol who became the Ruler-High Priest. Hence, we see that polygamy is not prohibited by G-D/Torah. it was the tzadokite priesthood who enforced it on the people a Commandment that was meant for them. thanks.
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Which is best, Love marriage or arrange marriage?
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Marriage is socially recognised union between spouses ...both marriages are better ...
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I am having reaaly trouble taking permission for Attitude toward Marriage and Family Scale (AMFS), developed by SUSAN ELLEN FELDMAN in 1983.
I cannot find the author!
meantime i wrote to her advisor Dr. Philip Clark , at the departmen of Psychology at Ohio State University
Also sent an email to the department of Psychology at OSU..
Please if you have any suggestion!
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Check the scale with APA and ask permission for use.
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What are the reasons for successful marriage in your opinion?
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The success of a marriage is not decreed but is built over time . I agree with the idea of my friend and colleague Orlando on the respect between the two spouses. Without concessions between the two partners marriage is usually doomed to failure .
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I nave been wondering if cultural values are against "human right". Instances is the issue of gayism being forced on most African countries by the wastern world but will not accept Polygamy which seems to have an African root.
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By the way, it would be worth considering whether the issue of culturally polygamy embedded by you does not violate the individual rights of other people? An interesting and courageous contribution to further discussion.
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Hi dear colleagues,
For example, in my country (Algeria), six cases of divorce were recorded every hour. In fact, divorce rate was 52% in 2003 and then increased up to 63% and 67% in 2010 and 2017, respectively.
My question is: Which one is the most linked to marital unhappiness or increasing in divorce levels: Social networking/media, lack of dialogue or social problems? Are there other factors?
Thank u so much for sharing ur opinions in this topic,
Kind regards
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There were 19.617 marriages in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the 2017, that presents increase of 2,00%, compared to the 2016. During the 2017 number of divorces was 1.961, that in comparison to the 2016 indicates increase of 9,13% in number of divorces. There were 8.078 marriages in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the first six months of 2018, that presents increase of 5,53%, compared to the same period of 2017. During the first six months of 2018 number of divorces was 1.082, that in comparison to the same period of 2017 indicates increase of 14,98% in number of divorces (source: Agency for Statistics of the Bosnia and Herzegovina).
Reasons: combination of numerous factors, rarely one reason.
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Hi dear colleagues,
What is the main secret for the success of any conjugal relationship?
For me, love, understanding and consensus (compatibility) in thoughts (ideas) is the key secret.
Thanks for sharing ur experiences with us,
Kind regards
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O have been married since October 17, 2009 till date. The five most important ingredients that have served as perpetual oil in keeping my marriage constantly in good shape are:
1. Love
2. Trust
3. Communication
4. Forgiveness
5. Humility
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i ask how maariage affect health status functionally and physically ?
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Ali, functional analysis of marriage and health depend upon various parameters and assumptions.Which is depends.
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People go through traditional marriages and still say does not regard them but refer to their wedding dates as such.
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A wedding is a ceremony where two people are united in marriage. Marriage is a legally or formally recognized union between two people.
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I am doing a research on the influence of social media in young married couples. Do you think social comparison in social media especially FB and Instagram will lead to jealously between married couples and result to marriage dissatisfaction?
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Thanks Joly Goerge!
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I am doing a project on the influence of SNS in young married couple. Is there a possibility SNS ruined marriages? How so?
Thank you!
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You are most welcome!
Loretta
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Marriages are difficult, for returning students, to maintain. Male partner has lost both parents. Throwing mental and emotional stress roadblocks, in way, especially before exams and finals.
What is the % of survival, of marriages, in which both parents, have died. Surviving male child was very close and instant constant contact. EX: Visited every morning and shared breakfast.
Family patriarch was controlling and abusive. Male child, in 50s, exhibiting same behavior patterns, although shares many, more personality traits, of maternal parent figure.
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You might add some search terms related to grief, loss, bereavement, "death of parent". There is an extensive literature on deaths in the family. For this question you might start by reading the thesis "Parental death and its impact on the marital satisfaction of the surviving adult child" online at https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1864&context=etd
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It is a common trend of cultures to marry within own blood relations. Do you think it may be harmful to the children of such couple or their next generation?
Please explain only scientific views and research reports.
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Dear Shibabrata Pattanayak , different studies revealed that children born from parents who were closely related increases the risks of having a baby with potentially life-threatening birth defects.
Marrying within a family can lead to abnormalities in your future offspring. This is because within a family, certain genetic traits remain dormant and are known as recessive genes (they are not seen as a disease or condition).
When two people having the same genes marry and reproduce, these once dormant recessive (ineffective) genes double, making them more likely to cause genetic abnormalities in children.
Although, the fact that people who marry within the second generation are more susceptible is fairly true. But for eg. If your grandfather and parents have had marriages within the family, your children are at greater risk due to the overcrowding of the gene pool.
To explain better, think of it this way. If your grandfather had some recessive genes and he married someone in the family with those same recessive genes i.e. those once dormant genes become dominant (more likely to cause genetic abnormalities). Your parents then got married within the same family making the concentration of these recessive genes even more. Now when you marry someone within your family, this gene pool will further become dense with recessive genes, due to both your genes getting added to the pool, making the possibility of your children having genetic abnormalities very high.
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Marriage was perhaps developed among the ancient people mainly for confirmation of paternity as heir, security of the ladies, control of fights between male members within a group for ladies etc.
But now at 2018, what is the main requirement of marriage?
Getting offspring/ Companion/ Sex/ Family or the initial reasons are still valid?
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Many use marriage as a platform to gain riches. Others mostly for pleasure. Yet, true marriages are for love and companionship with no selfish interests.
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Age and marriage
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If you think about child, it is better to carry first children below 30.
If you think about Libido, it should better start below 40.
I think so.
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Any One working on Infertility Genetics?
Regards,
Dr. Syed Irfan Raza
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Such researches are not at all required on human.
You can perform many genetic researches on birds and animals (as their life span is short) to get the trend which may be found in human. Many studies were performed in the following manner.
1. Half sib and full sib mating ( cross between brother x sister).
2. Test cross.
3. Back cross ( father x daughter, mother x son cross) etc.
By many such studies, it was clear that offspring of close relatives have very high chance of gathering of bad genetic characters ( as homozygous recessive Gene gatheration ) and so chance of delivering abnormal offspring is more.
IT IS SCIENTIFICALLY WRONG TO MARRY IN CLOSE BLOODS.
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Is it true (or not) that getting to know each other before marriage can really help to establish a successful family?
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dear sir;
Whatever we face as a family, having faith in God provides the foundation upon which we build our unit. “When we turn to God in all things, He provides his strength, guidance and peace,” said Janet Perez Eckles, international speaker and author of Simply Salsa. “We need to remember that we don’t have all the answers but God does.
best wishes
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The recent controversy over eternal functional subordination of the Son basically stems from the fact that some complementarians (e.g. Ware, Grudem) think that there is a parallel between the Holy Trinity and marriage.
It seems to me that there is no firm biblical, historical, or theological warrant for such a surmise. Or is there? Do you know of some apology of socio-Trinitarian principle?
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Actually (and unfortunately), it is fairly standard for complementarians to cite 1 Corinthians 11:3 as a central prooftext. This is the tack Piper and Grudem take in Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood: A Response to Evangelical Feminism (1991). Accordingly, they hold that the man’s role parallels that of God the Father, and the woman’s role parallels that of God the Son.
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It has been a common ritual that many men beg for sex with their wives. Through my recent collaborative research on the problems in the marriages in Ghana, I realized from the responses of many husbands that majority of the problems they have with their wives is with respect to sex. Many husbands regrettably admitted that they had to beg their wives, offer a promise of giving material things and/or bribe before their wives give them the opportunity to have sexual relations with them. This made me wonder whether sex should be a sympathetic activity for husbands in marriage. Please, kindly share your views on this topic to sustain marriages in Ghana and the diaspora.
Thanks in advance.
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The defect in the causes of marriage and not what happens after marriage
Because marriage is a noble social project and a moral contract between spouses
Therefore, a breach of the condition of this contract will lead to failure and the destruction of the family and then society
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Some of our acquaintances are having apprehensions regarding marrying with near relatives. I am looking for some authentic medical document on this subject to remove the doubts.
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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has some material. For example, the article on by Consanguineous marriages
Preconception consultation in primary health care settings by Hanan Hamamy at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3419292/
also Consanguineous Marriage and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities among Arab Bedouins Children of the Negev Region in Southern Israel: A Pilot Study
Hassan Abu Saad,1,2,3 Salman Elbedour,4 Eyad Hallaq,5 Joav errick,6,7,8,9,* and Ariel Tenenbaum6, at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3904202/
Use the search terms NIH and consanguinous marriage and you'll find more.
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Writing a report on all recognition of customary marriages in international, regional (African), and sub-regional (SADC).
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In Botswana customary marriages are recognized as valid marriages if all the necessary requirements are followed. As you may be aware that customary law is diverse and dynamic, different cultural groups have different processes for the conclusion of customary marriages but there are certain requirements which are common in all of them. The only semblance of recognition is in the Marriage Act of 2000 where it is mandatory that customary marriages be registered. a certificate of registration is prima facie proof of the content contained therein in a court of law. non registration does not however invalidate the customary marriage.
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 I have already explored the PANQIMS, PNRQ, RAM, RAS, etc. If you know of any others, I would love your ideas! Thank you
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Hi James, 
Thank you so much for your response. As you can probably tell, I am a very new research assistant trying to hep a professor with his project. I really appreciated your comments on my question, and reworded it accordingly. Please let me know if you have any ideas for helping me find an adequate assessment tool, or if you know of any study relating to positive and negative interactions between spouses. Thank you! 
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I am in  the process of looking for relevant concepts and theories for my research. My main research goal is to explore the experience of child marriage through the eyes of former child brides. This includes the transitions in their identity, i.e from being a child to being a wife/mother to being a former child bride. So far I am considering making use of a feminist perspective but I would like to look at other options particularly theories/concepts that speak not only to experiences but the issue of identity transitions as well. 
The theories/concepts I have come across can't really be applied fully such as the life course theory, biographical disruption and the looking glass self. I'd appreciate suggestions of others I can review.
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"Early" marriage needs to be defined and it should be oh so easy, since it is numerical.  Is 16-17  "early"?  Yes, by Western/US standards-- at least in urban areas.  In my adolescent pregnancy research, rural white teen rates resembled those of urban African Americans. Recent immigrants from Mexico (primarily rural areas) also had higher teen pregnancy rates.  However, they were 17-19, were married with husbands that were in long term employment. They also responded that their pregnancies were wanted since they were married and their role in life at "this" time was being a wife and mother -- education could wait til their children were grown. Their life course resembled that of females, males, and marriage in the per-industrialization America.  Context is extremely important  in this type  of studies and research and it is important that the norms of one culture (and time) are not superimposed on another that is very different.
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anything you think is relating with health behavior and marital satisaction please tell me. i need it for my ms thesis. thank you
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More the women with higher education (university education) less number of successful Marriages. more women with high school or below more successful marriages.   
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According to me there is strong relation between higher education of women and family life. A successful women has the ability to handle all responsibilities efficiently whether it is family or work place. I believe more the education lesser will be the ego.Women has equal right like men . Successful married life depends on men and women equally.
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Hello everyone.
I am doing a final report on the suject "same-sex marriage around the world". Please help me:
1- How many countries legally recognize same-sex marriage?
2- Can you recommend any book about same-sex marriage in the ancient world and medieval world?
Thank you in advance.
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Did you try Wikipedia?
Koreans in Vietnam
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 
 
Koreans in Vietnam
Total population
83,640 (2011)[1]
Regions with significant populations
Ho Chi Minh City
53,000[1]
Đồng Nai Province
10,000[1]
Bình Dương Province
8,000[1]
Hanoi
6,300[1]
Related ethnic groups
Korean diaspora
Koreans in Vietnam is a community of Vietnam with a population of Korean expatriates along withVietnamese citizens of Korean ancestry. The population initially came in a military capacity, fighting on both sides of the Vietnam War. After the end of the war, there was little Korean migration or tourism in Vietnam, until the rise of the South Korean economy and the decline of the North resulted in an influx of South Korean investors and North Korean defectors, as well as South Korean men seeking Vietnamese wives.[2][3] As of 2011, according to statistics of South Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, they numbered roughly eighty thousand people, making them the second-largest Korean diaspora community in Southeast Asia, after the Korean community in the Philippines, and the tenth-largest in the world.[1] A more recent estimate from Vietnam Television says their population might be as large as 130,000.[4]
Contents
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1Vietnam War
2Post-war migration2.1South Koreans
2.2North Koreans
3Education
4International marriage
5See also
6References
7External links
 
Vietnam War[edit]
 
The areas of responsibility of the South Korean army in Vietnam as of December 1966
Both North and South Korea lent material and manpower support to their respective ideological allies during theVietnam War, though the number of South Korean troops on the ground was larger.[5] Then-South Korean president Syngman Rhee had offered to send troops to Vietnam as early as 1954, but his proposal was turned down by the U.S. Department of State; the first South Korean personnel to land in Vietnam, 10 years later, were non-combatants: ten Taekwondo instructors, along with thirty-four officers and ninety-six enlisted men of a Korean Army hospital unit.[6] In total, between 1965 and 1973, 312,853 South Korean soldiers fought in Vietnam; According to Korean sources, they killed 41,400 North Vietnamese Army soldiers and 5,000 civilians.[5] South Korean troops were hampered by their lack of command of any of the major languages in the country or among their allies. They were also accused of war atrocities, and are known to have left behind thousands of children of mixed Korean and Vietnamese descent.[7]
As a result of a decision of the Korean Workers' Party in October 1966, in early 1967 North Korea sent a fighter squadron to North Vietnam to back up the North Vietnamese 921st and 923rd fighter squadrons defending Hanoi. They stayed through 1968; 200 pilots were reported to have served.[8] In addition, at least two anti-aircraft artillery regiments were sent as well.[9]
Post-war migration[edit]
South Koreans[edit]
Four years after the 1992 normalisation of diplomatic ties, South Korean trade and investment in Vietnam grew rapidly.[2][10] Following along with the investment funds, the South Korean expatriate community in Vietnam has grown significantly. According to Chang Keun Lee of the Korean Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Vietnam, Koreans formed the country's second-largest group of expatriates, with only the Taiwanese expatriate community being larger; he estimated that half lived in Ho Chi Minh City.[10] Statistics from South Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade show that their population has grown by nearly fifty times in little more than a decade. Their population more than trebled from 1,788 in 1997 to 6,226 in 2003, then jumped to more than thirteen times that size—84,566—by just six years later. However, in the two years after that, the population would only grow by a further 4% to 88,120.[11][1] Some anti-Korean sentiment also exists, fueled by decreases in promised investment, reports of poor treatment faced by Vietnamese migrants in South Korea, and the 2008 murder of a Hanoi National University student by her South Korean boyfriend.[12]
South Koreans have established a number of community organisations in Vietnam, including Koviet, a group for second-generation Korean youth raised in Vietnam, founded in 1995[13]
North Koreans[edit]
 
North Korean defectors often pass through Vietnam on their way to South Korea.
Before 2004, thousands of North Korean defectors had crossed Vietnam's northern border to find the way to reach South Korea. Until 2004, Vietnam was described as the "preferred Southeast Asian escape route" for North Korean defectors, largely due to its less-mountainous terrain. Though Vietnam remains an officially communist country and maintains diplomatic relations with North Korea, growing South Korean investment in Vietnam has prompted Hanoi to quietly permit the transit of North Korean refugees to Seoul. The increased South Korean presence in the country also proved a magnet for defectors; four of the biggest defector safehouses in Vietnam were run by South Korean expatriates, and many defectors indicated that they chose to try to cross the border from China into Vietnam precisely because they had heard about such safehouses.[3] In July 2004, 468 North Korean refugees were airlifted to South Korea in the single largest mass defection; Vietnam initially tried to keep their role in the airlift secret, and in advance of the deal, even anonymous sources in the South Korean government would only tell reporters that the defectors came from "an unidentified Asian country".[14] Following the airlift, Vietnam would tighten up border controls and deport several safe-house operators.[3]
Education[edit]
Vietnam's first school for South Korean nationals, the weekend Hanoi Hangul School, was founded on 1 March 1996, enrolling 122 students at the kindergarten through middle school levels; two Korean international schools offering a full-day programme were also later established, the Korean International School, HCMC in Ho Chi Minh City (founded 4 August 1998, enrolling 745 students at the kindergarten through high school levels); andHanoi Korean International School (ko), a smaller school in Hanoi (founded 13 July 2006, with 63 elementary-level students).[15][16][17] Prior to the opening of the Korean international school in Hanoi, most Korean families in Hanoi sent their children to local schools, as the other international schools were too expensive.[18][19]
Lee Seon-hui (이선희) is the first foreigner who obtained the Vietnamese legal license.[20]
International marriage[edit]
South Korean men started seeking wives in Vietnam. Two to three thousand South Korean marriage agencies were created which specialise in making such matches. Though in the 1990s, most were farmers, an increasing number of urban men have also resorted to arranging marriages through international matchmaking agencies; they cite the difficulty faced by uneducated men or those with low incomes in attracting South Korean women to marry them.[21] As of 2006, as many as 3,000 Vietnamese brides left with new South Korean husbands every year.[10]
See also[edit]
Lai Daihan
Vietnamese people in Korea
References[edit]
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I am conducting a study on intercultural partnerships/marriages/cohabiting couples, and I am wondering where can I go to find participants? They need to be two individuals from different cultures or of different nationalities (e.g. Chinese-American, Colombian-Peruvian, Russian-Mexican...), preferably living in Florida, but will also consider anywhere in the world if they have access to Skype. I am putting out flyers in different places and an online add, but would appreciate any suggestions. 
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Hello Lucia,
For cohabiting couples I think universities will be an effective way to reach intercultural couples. In particular universities in Eastern U.S. and Canada will likely get you significant numbers of potential participants. The Central Canadian Universities below have both high levels of international students and are multiethnic populations - student associations, depts. of Psych etc. are first line contacts: 
Carleton University: www.carleton.ca
McMaster University: www.mcmaster.ca
University of Ottawa: www.uottawa.ca/welcome.html
Queen’s University: www.queensu.ca
Ryerson University: www.ryerson.ca
University of Toronto: www.utoronto.ca
York University: www.yorku.ca
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Can opportunities for income generation influence decisions about marriage and help to delay marriage? My review of the literature suggests that there is not much of an evidence base on this although this seems to be a widely held assumption.
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In our analysis of the work-family trajectories of young adults in Flanders (Belgium) we found that
(1) educational level is not relevant for the timing of union formation among young men, but female university graduates postpone union formation more often than other women
(2) For women, employment opportunities at the start of the career do not seem to influence their work-family trajectory. For men on the contrary, when they find their first job quickly, building up a career seems to get priority, at least at first, over starting a family (moving in with a partner). 
Koelet, S., de Valk, H., Glorieux, I., Laurijssen, I. and D. Willaert (2015). The timing of family commitments in the early work career: work-family trajectories of young adults in Flanders. Demographic Research 32 (22): 657-690, DOI 10.4054/DemRes.2015.32.22
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Specifically (if possible) on same-sex marriage, capital punishment, and open marriage.
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I hope this book will help you: http://repositorio.ucp.pt/handle/10400.14/16493
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Historically, many sociological and cultural investigations have explained the late-marriage on the basis of social change, unemployment and financial problems. However, it seems that a few psychological factors may play significant roles in this phenomenon. So, how psychological research can help to explain the late-marriage in different cultures?
How gender may influence late marriage in adults?
What theories can apply to understand late marriage in adults?
How adults may precept and explain the nature of late-marriage?
How positive psychological constructed related to late marriage in adults?
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I think there are so many psychosocial factors are contributing, one theory can't explain it we have to see this issue in a changing socio-cultural context 
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And 1000 examples of marriages which has not been divorced yet? What do you think? Does anyone knows about examples of such kinds of scientific work?
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Dear colleagues! Will you see, please, our Web-site   http://www.chuvsu.ru/2008/proekt.html - Development of models of socio-economic phenomena using the methods of data mining (in Russian and partially in English)
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Why do some people have a negative view on arranged marriage ? Why do they perceive it this way?
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In the United States, we marry for "love", which apparently predisposes us to the idea that no one but one's self can appropriately choose a mate.  However, the U.S. divorce rate is something around 2:1.75 which is astronomical.  Perhaps if we opened ourselves up to arranged marriages, we might have more success at staying married?  
In my work as a clinical social worker, I've found that a good marriage consists of (in order of importance & equally for both partners) lust, love, intimacy, commitment, responsibility.  Whenever I have had couples come in for couple therapy, I have found that those who lack one or more of these important ingredients, usually fail, unless the partner(s) w/o one or more develops the ingredient(s) by the end of therapy.
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From previous reading I have found studies that suggest people in the western world are threatened by arranged marriages. Why is this? 
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