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Gender and tradition in marriage and divorce

Rabia Bhuiyan

Gender and tradition in marriage and divorce

an analysis of personal laws of Muslim and Hindu women in Bangladesh

by Rabia Bhuiyan

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Published by United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization in [Dhaka] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 291-302).

Other titlesGender & tradition in marriage & divorce
StatementRabia Bhuiyan
ContributionsUnesco
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLAW+
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 302 p. ;
Number of Pages302
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24908048M
ISBN 109847011000084
LC Control Number2011323321

About this book Introduction It includes articles on foundlings and their mothers, the role of midwives, changing attitudes to sexuality, adultery trials, the Fascist persecution of homosexuals, debates about divorce and (going beyond Italy to its empire) the treatment of mixed race children and their mothers in Changing Definitions of Marriage and Divorce. Divorce in Japan: Family, Gender, and the State, custody Civil Code common-law marriages concubines consensual divorce consent court divorce customs daimyo decline dissolution divorce in Japan divorce notice divorce temple dowry draft Edo period father gender go-between grounds ?id=1AF56lWlKWEC.

I recently read an article about the toll of emotional labour on women in relationships. It’s a great read and I’d recommend it to anyone. The topic, of course, got me careening down the rabbit hole that is the Internet, and I stumbled upon an abundance of other articles written by women on the same topic.. Emotional labour is the idea that women are expected to serve – unpaid and   In the Shia Muslim tradition, there is a similar institution called Nikah Mut'ah (marriage for pleasure), in which the marriage is entered into with a pre-ordained termination point, like a car

Just as divorce frees her to marry, so does death. There are some differences in the ceremony between first marriage and remarriage. For example, the remarried ketubah substitutes for be’tulta da (maiden) the words armalta da for the widow, and matarakhta da for the This is one of the first publications that pointed out how sex ratios can have a wide range of consequences not only for marriage rates but also for divorce, labor supply, fertility, and gender ://


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CULTURE, TRADITION, CUSTOM, LAW AND GENDER EQUALITY 4 Tradition is the transmission of customs or beliefs from generation to generation; it is a long marriage, divorce and inheritance rights, among others. In addition to the international commitments, The traditional gender roles of men and women play a large part in marriage and family dynamics.

Generally speaking, gender roles are set forth by society, but they can change as the times change. In the United States, the gender roles of both men and women in marriage have changed greatly over the centuries.

The Definition of marriage The book “Sociology of Family” (Zhu, ) defines marriage as a willing union of males and females and this union has the functions of having and raising children (Ibid, ). According to the social custom, marriage includes conjugal relation, affinity; at the same ?func=downloadFile&recordOId=&fileOId= From the margins of Hindu marriage: essays on gender, religion, and culture.

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The fact that couples are waiting to tie the knot should also affect their ability to communicate with each other about important issues due to older partners presumably having a better idea of what they want in life and a better grasp on how to communicate ://   Islamic marriage: the legal tradition 41 Islamic marriage: pre-twentieth-century practices 59 Conclusion 82 3 Woman and man as divorced: asserting rights 84 Islamic divorce: the legal tradition 86 Islamic divorce: pre-twentieth-century practices Reform and divorce Recent developments Women, Family, and Gender in Islamic Law Xiaoping Cong examines the social and cultural significance of Chinese revolutionary legal practice in the construction of marriage and gender relations.

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In recent yearsThus, a conclusive point about the exegetical tradition’s view on marriage between Muslims and non-Muslims is that the status of “disbelievers” depends on the disbeliever’s gender: for Muslim women, all non-Muslims are classified as disbelievers; for Muslim men, only polytheists/mushriks are ://  Sex differences in religion can be classified as either "internal" or "external".

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