Global Marriage

Global Marriage
Author: Lucy Williams
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 250
Release: 2010-08-20
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9780230283022

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The popular imagination of marriage migration has been influenced by stories of marriage of convenience, of forced marriage, trafficking and of so-called mail-order brides. This book presents a uniquely global view of an expanding field that challenges these and other stereotypes of cross-border marriage.

How to Survive in International Marriage

How to Survive in International Marriage
Author: Oksana Leslie
Publsiher: AuthorHouse
Total Pages: 216
Release: 2004
Genre: Family & Relationships
ISBN: 9781468509687

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HOW TO SURVIVE IN INTERNATIONAL MARRIAGE by Oksana Leslie is an autobiography with a spiritual, international and multicultural focus. Author. HOW TO SURVIVE IN INTERNATIONAL MARRIAGE is written for those who are in the midst of building an intercultural marriage and for those who would like a glimpse into the little known challenges and rewards of doing so. Oksana Leslie paints a tableau of her new life in America. The book warms the reader with its adventures, spring fresh humor, subtle spiritual discoveries, and triumphal reconciliation of the struggles encountered by newly married couples all over the world. Get a modern Russian-American perspective on the U.S. with some unique insights." How to Survive an International Marriage" lifts the curtain on one of the most influential cultures of our time, modern Islam. The book captures the reader not only with its intimate anecdotes, but with the parlance of the author's not perfect English, which adds an Eastern world sound dimension to the book's message. Suzanne O. Shore, BA, BSN, MSIS, MSSM, RN C The book has much of value, not only about cultural differences and the human ability to adapt, but also about courage and inner strength. William Greenleaf, author, editor.

Global Perspectives on Same Sex Marriage

Global Perspectives on Same Sex Marriage
Author: Bronwyn Winter,Maxime Forest,Réjane Sénac
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 241
Release: 2017-11-08
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9783319627649

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This book provides a comparative, neo-institutionalist approach to the different factors impacting state adoption of—or refusal to adopt—same-sex marriage laws. The now twenty-one countries where lesbians and gay men can legally marry include recent or longstanding democracies, republics and parliamentary monarchies, and unitary and federal states. They all reflect different positions with respect to religion and the cultural foundations of the nation. Countries opposed to such legalization, and those having taken measures in recent years to legally reinforce the heterosexual fundaments of marriage, present a similar diversity. This diversity, in a globalized context where the idea of same-sex marriage has become integral to claims for LGBTI equality and indeed LGBTI human rights, gives rise to the following question: which factors contribute to institutionalizing same-sex marriage? The analytical framework used for exploring these factors in this book is neo-institutionalism. Through three neo-institutionalist lenses—historical, sociological and discursive—contributors investigate two aspects of the processes of adoption or opposition of equal recognition of same-sex partnerships. Firstly, they reveal how claims by LGBTIQ movements are being framed politically and brought to parliamentary politics. Secondly, they explore the ways in which same-sex marriage becomes institutionalized (or resisted) through legal and societal norms and practices. Although it adopts neo-institutionalism as its main theoretical framework, the book incorporates a broad range of perspectives, including scholarship on social movements, LGBTI rights, heterosexuality and social norms, and gender and politics.

The Politics of International Marriage in Japan

The Politics of International Marriage in Japan
Author: Viktoriya Kim,Nelia G. Balgoa,Beverley Anne Yamamoto
Publsiher: Rutgers University Press
Total Pages: 246
Release: 2021-12-10
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9781978809031

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This book provides an in-depth exploration and analysis of marriages between Japanese nationals and migrants from three broad ethnic/cultural groups - spouses from the former Soviet Union countries, the Philippines, and Western countries. It reveals how the marriage migrants navigate the intricacies and trajectories of their marriages with Japanese people while living in Japan. Seen from the lens of ‘gendered geographies of power’, the book explores how state-level politics and policies towards marriage, migration, and gender affect the personal power politics in operation within the relationships of these international couples. Overall, the book discusses how ethnic identity intersects with gender in the negotiation of spaces and power relations between and amongst couples; and the role states and structural inequalities play in these processes, resulting in a reconfiguration of our notions of what international marriages are and how powerful gender and the state are in understanding the power relations in these unions.

Waithood

Waithood
Author: Marcia C. Inhorn,Nancy J. Smith-Hefner
Publsiher: Berghahn Books
Total Pages: 410
Release: 2020-12-01
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9781789209006

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The concept of “Waithood” was developed by political scientist Diane Singerman to describe the expanding period of time between adolescence and full adulthood as young people wait to secure steady employment and marry. The contributors to this volume employ the waithood concept as a frame for richly detailed ethnographic studies of “youth in waiting” from a variety of world areas, including the Middle East Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the U.S, revealing that whether voluntary or involuntary, the phenomenon of youth waithood necessitates a recognition of new gender and family roles.

Domestic Tensions National Anxieties

Domestic Tensions  National Anxieties
Author: Kristin Celello,Hanan Kholoussy
Publsiher: Oxford University Press
Total Pages: 296
Release: 2016-02-12
Genre: History
ISBN: 9780199986736

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Since the late nineteenth century, fears that marriage is in crisis have reverberated around the world. This volume explores this phenomenon, asking why people of various races, classes, and nations frequently seem to be fretting about marriage. Each of the chapters analyzes a specific time and place during which proclamations of marriage crisis have dominated public discourse, whether in late imperial Russia, 1920s India, mid-century France, or present-day Iran. Collectively, the chapters reveal how diverse individuals have deployed the institution of marriage to talk not only about intimate relationships, but also to understand the nation, its problems, and various socioeconomic and political transformations.

GAY MARRIAGE RIGHTS NOW A GLOBAL REALITY

GAY MARRIAGE RIGHTS NOW A GLOBAL REALITY
Author: John Aruna Massaquoi
Publsiher: AuthorHouse
Total Pages: 268
Release: 2013-06-20
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9781481743334

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This book is a whistle blower to the world that the long uncompromising denial of gay marriage rights is now becoming a global reality. The struggle between gay activists and homophobia against same—sex marriage had almost come to an end with religious groups and politicians losing the battle. This became possible as a result of gay aggressive activists of public pressure, for these minority group with different sexual identity that has awaken the world bodies, like the United Nations, the European parliament, and the United States of America. To date the international community has recognized that gay rights, are human rights, and human rights are gay rights, and has to be accepted globally. This signals the end of violence against [LGBT] people based on sexual orientation, and gender identity. Since the law is now on the side of gay for protection. The book reflects the efforts of gay rights activists and achievement they have made in recognition of gay marriage by the international bodies, starting with Europe, with the first gay marriage in Netherlands, followed by Belgium, Norway, Spain, and Portugal, etc, Same—sex marriage in the united states is not federally recognized, but such marriages are becoming more and more recognized by many states.

Child Marriage in an International Frame

Child Marriage in an International Frame
Author: Mary E. John
Publsiher: Taylor & Francis
Total Pages: 226
Release: 2021-04-13
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9781000373455

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Child marriage has been given a pre-eminent place in agendas addressing “harmful practices” as defined by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. India leads the world in the number of women who marry below the age of 18 and is therefore of unique interest to international and national forums. Refusing simplistic labels like “harmful practice”, this book explores the complex history of child marriage as a social and feminist issue in India across different domains. It critically reviews a wide range of historical, demographic, and legal scholarship on the subject. Major concepts relevant to child marriage – such as childhood, adolescence, the girl, and marriage − are analysed in a comparative framework that uncovers the unnoticed presence of the practice in the USA and China. The volume questions existing approaches, analyses the latest data sources, and develops a new concept of compulsory marriage. A definitive study of child marriage in India in a changing global context, this book will interest scholars and students in the fields of women’s, gender and sexuality studies, childhood studies, development studies and the social sciences. It will also be of great appeal to all those working with civil society organisations, NGOs, states and international agencies in India, and globally.

The Wedding Heard Round the World

The Wedding Heard  Round the World
Author: Michael McConnell,Jack Baker
Publsiher: U of Minnesota Press
Total Pages: 200
Release: 2016-01-01
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9781452950266

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On September 3, 1971, Michael McConnell and Jack Baker exchanged vows in the first legal same-sex wedding in the United States. Their remarkable story is told here for the first time—a unique account of the passion and energy of the gay liberation movement in the sixties and seventies. At the dawn of the modern gay movement (while New York’s Stonewall riots and San Francisco’s emerging political activism bloomed), these two young men insisted on making their commitment a legal reality. They were already crusaders for gay rights: Jack had twice been elected the University of Minnesota’s student president—the first openly gay university student president in the country, an election reported by Walter Cronkite on network TV news. They were featured in Look magazine’s special issue about the American family and received letters of support from around the world. The couple navigated complex procedures to obtain a state-issued marriage license. Their ceremony was conducted by a Methodist minister in a friend’s tiny Minneapolis apartment. Wearing matching white pantsuits, exchanging custom-designed rings, and sharing a tiered wedding cake, Michael and Jack celebrated their historic marriage. After reciting their vows, they sealed their promise to love and honor each other with a kiss and a signed marriage certificate. Repercussions were immediate: Michael’s job offer at the University of Minnesota was rescinded, leading him to wage a battle against job discrimination with the help of the Minnesota Civil Liberties Union. The couple eventually reached the U.S. Supreme Court with two precedent-setting cases. Michael and Jack have retired from the public spotlight, but after four decades their marriage is still their joy and comfort. Living quietly in a Minneapolis bungalow, they exemplify a contemporary version of the American dream. Only now, with marriage equality in the headlines and the Supreme Court decision to make love the law of the land, are they willing to tell the entire story of their groundbreaking experiences. TIME magazine listed the twenty-five most influential marriages of all time and included Michael and Jack, and they were recently profiled in a cover story in the Sunday New York Times. Their long campaign for marriage equality and insistence on equal rights for all citizens is a model for advocates of social justice and an inspiration for everyone who struggles for acceptance in a less-than-equal world.

The Global Political Economy of the Household in Asia

The Global Political Economy of the Household in Asia
Author: J. Elias,S. Gunawardana
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 270
Release: 2013-10-08
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9781137338907

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The household has traditionally been neglected in studies of Asian political economy. While there is an emergent literature that looks at this relationship, to date, it is fragmented. The contributors consider how the household economy has increasingly been incorporated into development planning and policy making within both states and multilateral development agencies. They examine the social consequences of the tendency to view households as marketizable spaces, and explore how the household economy relates to broader structures of industrial production in the region. With case studies on Singapore, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, India, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam and China, they provide a comprehensive picture of the centrality of the household economy to ongoing processes and struggles associated with the continuous economic transformation of the region.

Child Brides Global Consequences

Child Brides  Global Consequences
Author: Gayle Tzemach Lemmon,Lynn S. ElHarake
Publsiher: Council on Foreign Relations
Total Pages: 58
Release: 2014-07-01
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9780876095911

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One-third of the world's girls are married before the age of eighteen, limiting both their educational and economic potential. Child marriage is damaging to global prosperity and stability, yet despite the urgency of the issue, there remains a significant lack of data on the subject. Senior Fellow Gayle Tzemach Lemmon discusses both the factors that contribute to and strategies that have proved effective against child marriage.

Courtship Marriage and Marriage Breakdown

Courtship  Marriage and Marriage Breakdown
Author: Katie Barclay,Jeffrey Meek,Andrea Thomson
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 238
Release: 2019-11-15
Genre: History
ISBN: 9781000734027

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This book explores the history of marriage and marriage-like relationships across five continents from the seventeenth century to the present day. Across fourteen chapters, leading marriage scholars examine how the methodologies from the new history of emotions contribute to our understanding of marriage, seeking to uncover not only personal feeling but also the political and social implications of emotion. They highlight how marriage as an institution has been shaped not just by law and society but also by individual and community choices, desires and emotional values. Importantly, they also emphasize how the history of non-traditional and same-sex relationships and their emotions have long played an important role in determining the nature of marriage as an institution and emotional union. In doing so, this collection allows us to rethink both the past and present of marriage, destabilizing a story of a stable institution and opening it up as a site of contest, debate and feeling.

Marriage Trafficking

Marriage Trafficking
Author: Kaye Quek
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 182
Release: 2018-03-09
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9781317216025

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This book examines the traffic in women for marriage, a phenomenon that has been largely overlooked in international efforts to address the problem of human trafficking. In contrast to current international and state-based approaches to trafficking, which tend to focus on sex trafficking and trafficking for forced labour, this book seeks to establish how marriage as an institution is often implicated in the occurrence of trafficking in women. The book aims firstly to establish why marriage has tended not to be included in dominant conceptions of trafficking in persons and secondly to determine whether certain types of marriage may constitute cases of human trafficking, in and of themselves. Through the use of case studies on forced marriage, mail-order bride (MOB) marriage and Fundamentalist Mormon polygamy, this book demonstrates that certain kinds of marriage may in fact constitute situations of trafficking in persons and together form the under-recognised phenomenon of ‘marriage trafficking’. In addition, the book offers a new perspective on the types of harm involved in trafficking in women by developing a framework for identifying the particular abuses characteristic to marriage trafficking. It argues that the traffic in women for marriage cannot be understood merely as a subset of sex trafficking or trafficking for forced labour, but rather constitutes a distinctive form of trafficking in its own right. This book will be of great interest to scholars and postgraduates working in the fields of human rights theory and institutions, political science, international law, transnational crime, trafficking in persons, and feminist political theory.

Global Perspectives on Social Issues

Global Perspectives on Social Issues
Author: Rita James Simon,Lisa Banks,Delene Bromirski
Publsiher: Lexington Books
Total Pages: 194
Release: 2003
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 0739106759

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Marriage Is Not For Chickens

Marriage Is Not For Chickens
Author: Margaret Rutherford
Publsiher: Margaret Rutherford
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2018-11-18
Genre: Family & Relationships
ISBN: 9780578424965

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When Dr. Margaret sat down to write about her almost 24 year-old marriage, what emerged was the same number of feisty and honest thoughts about what marriage is, and what it definitely is not. Now accompanied by evocative images from around the world by photographers Deborah Strauss and Christine Mathias, her words bring a knowing smile, a nod of the head, and a recognition of hard-earned truth. This slim volume packs a punch and is a perfect gift to honor those who’ve loved each other for years, to guide those who’ve only recently considered commitment…or to keep for yourself. Keywords: Dr. Margaret Rutherford, humor and love marrige books, advice books for newly married couples, marriage books for couples, great gift books for weddings