Intermarriage in the United States Joseph J. Leon

ISBN: 9780917724602

Published: January 1st 1982

Hardcover

120 pages


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Intermarriage in the United States  by  Joseph J. Leon

Intermarriage in the United States by Joseph J. Leon
January 1st 1982 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 120 pages | ISBN: 9780917724602 | 6.79 Mb

Therapists who work with couples will find valuable background information on some of the major ethnic groups who intermarry in the United States--black, Chinese, Japanese, Mexican, Korean, Philippino, and Caucasian.

Intermarriage in the UnitedMoreTherapists who work with couples will find valuable background information on some of the major ethnic groups who intermarry in the United States--black, Chinese, Japanese, Mexican, Korean, Philippino, and Caucasian. Intermarriage in the United States presents A thorough compilation of information on issues of interracial and intercultural marriage in the United States, focusing particularly on the difficulties and failures of the marriages.

This unique and much-needed volume focuses on the psychological conditions of the marriage partners, intermarriage as an indicator of social assimilation and integration, hypergamy, including both caste and class hypergamy, and much more.



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