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For My Group-HUMN-fall 2011 - romania Some interesting...

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romania Some interesting facts
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Social Stratification The majority of the people are poor, and the overall standard of living is low compared to that of Western Europe. Cars are rare, and people who own them are usually part of the elite. Other imported consumer goods and household appliances are also expensive and difficult to come by and represent another symbol of high economic standing. In the cities, the majority of the people
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Gender Roles and Statuses The communists attempted to get women into the work force in large numbers. While the majority of women work outside the home, they tend to occupy lower-level positions and generally are in traditional female fields, such as primary school education. Women also make up a large proportion of agricultural workers; as men left farming in the 1950s and 1960s, women were left
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Marriage, Family and Kinship Traditionally, marriages were arranged by the couple's parents through a matchmaker. The bride's family was expected to contribute a dowry that usually
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2011 for the course HUMN 305 taught by Professor Jaeger during the Fall '11 term at Franklin.

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