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chapter8 - MARRIAGE WHY WE MARRY MICRO-LEVEL REASONS TO...

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MARRIAGE
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WHY WE MARRY MICRO-LEVEL REASONS TO RAISE A FAMILY COMPANIONSHIP SATISFY EMOTIONAL NEEDS SOCIAL PRESSURE TO CONFORM PHYSICAL ATTRACTION MACRO-LEVEL REASONS ECONOMIC FACTORS SOCIAL MOVEMENT AND WARS PRESSURE TO BREAK FREE DEMOGRAPHIC AND LEGAL FACTORS
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MORE PURPOSES MORE PURPOSES OF MARRIAGE OF MARRIAGE PROPERTY AND INHERITANCE LAWS PERMIT FAMILIES TO PASS ON THEIR WEALTH HELPS PERPETUATE THE CLASS STRUCTURE AND INEQUALITY RACE AND ETHNICITY ENDOGAMOUS MARRIAGE REDUCES RACE AND ETHNIC ASSIMILATION SUPPORTS STRUCTURED RACE AND ETHNIC STRATIFICATION FOUND IN SOCIETY SETTLING IN IDEAL VS. REAL MARRIAGE SOMEDAY ALL THIS WILL BE YOURS!
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0 10 20 30 40 50 60 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 PAKISTAN INDIA PHILIPINES MEXICO U.S.A. 51 49 12 10 4 PERCENT MARRIAGE WITHOUT ROMANTIC LOVE by Percentage of College Students Levine, 1993, in Macionis "Sociology, 6th edition, (1997)
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ENGAGEMENT MOST ENGAGEMENT PERIODS LAST UP TO TWO YEARS RINGS SIGNALS ENGAGEMENT DUE TO COHABITATION PRACTICES, ENGAGEMENTS THESE DAYS ARE OFTEN LESS FORMAL AND CASUAL BRIDAL SHOWERS AND BACHELOR PARTIES ARE STILL STANDARDS THE WEDDING MOST ARE STILL TRADITIONAL, FOLLOWING LOCAL CULTURAL CUSTOMS AND NORMS OFTEN A RELIGIOUS SERVICE IS AT THE HEART OF THE RITUAL ANNOUNCES PUBLICALLY THAT THE TWO PERSONS ARE NOW A UNITED COUPLE “IN GOD’S EYES” SECULAR WEDDINGS STILL OFTEN TAKE THEIR CUE FROM THEIR RELIGIOUS HERITAGE
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MARRIAGE CONTRACTS NOT UNCOMMON AMONG THE VERY RICH PEOPLE DO NOT DRAW UP SUCH CONTRACTS MAY APPEAR TO BE UNROMANTIC LITTLE PROPERTY MAY BE INVOLVED MAY CREATE A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF DISTRUST LEGALITY SUCH CONTRACTS ARE NOT ALWAYS BINDING STATES VARY ON INTERPRETATIONS DEPENDS UPON LOCATION OF COUPLE WHEN CONTACT IS CALLED UPON IF OUTSIDE THE STATE IN WHICH THE CONTRACT WAS ORIGINALLY DRAWN EXTREME CASES SOME CONTRACTS COVER AREAS SUCH AS TYPES OF BIRTH CONTROL USED NUMBER OF CHILDREN
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course SOC 315 taught by Professor Fey during the Summer '08 term at ASU.

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