Changing marriage patterns in Southeast Asia : economic and socio-cultural dimensions

edited by Gavin W. Jones, Terence H. Hull and Maznah Mohamad

Various forms of partnering - such as officially registered marriages, cohabiting relationships, and other kinds of relatively stable relationships - are crucial in the formation of families throughout the world. Although, today, forms of partnering in the region are not restricted to formal marriage, the norm remains for couples to marry - to establish a new family, and to accept the cultural requirement to have children. This book provides a comprehensive and up-to-date picture of partnerships and marriage in the Southeast Asian region using quantitative data alongside qualitative approaches.Through the research of demographers, sociologists and anthropologists, it examines the way trends in the formation and dissolution of marriages are related to changes in the region's economy and society; illuminating both the broad forces affecting marriage patterns and the way these forces work out at the individual and family level. Presenting the variety of contemporary marriage patterns in the region, with an emphasis on the ways in which marriage issues impinge on the welfare of those concerned, this book will be essential reading for students and scholars of Southeast Asia and the sociology of the family.

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  • Preface List of tables List of figures Part I. Overview 1. Marriage Trends in Insular Southeast Asia: Their Economic and Socio-Cultural Dimension - Gavin W. Jones, Terence H. Hull and Maznah Mohamad 2. Statistical Indices of Marriage Patterns in Insular Southeast Asia - Terence H. Hull 3. Teenage Marriage Trends and Issues in Insular Southeast Asia - Gavin W. Jones Part II. Indonesia 4. Regional Differences in Marriage Patterns in Indonesia in the Twenty-First Century - Gavin W. Jones and Bina Gubhaju 5. Politics and Marriage among Islamic Activists In Indonesia - Setiawati Intan Savitri and Faturochman 6. Underage Marriage and Poverty in West Java, Indonesia - Sri Endras Iswarini 7. Delayed Marriage among Lower Socio-Economic Groups in an Indonesia Industrial City - Augustina Situmorang 8. Bugis Marriage: State Laws, Islam and Local Practice - Nurul Ilmi Idrus 9. Dowry Systems and Extended Family Networks: A Case Study In Manggarai and Nagekeo, Flores, Indonesia - Peter Hagul Part III. Malaysia 10. Understanding Marriage and Divorce Trends In Peninsular Malaysia - Tey Nai Peng 11. Marriage among the 'Urbanized Rural Poor: Return Migrants In Northwest Kelantan - Maznah Mohamad and Rashidah Shuib 12. Gender Battles and the Syariah: Translating Islamic Marital Law into Everyday Practice in Malaysia - Maznah Mohamad 13. International Marriages in Malaysia: Issues arising from State Policies and Processes - Chee Heng Leng Part IV. Philippines And Singapore 14. Cohabitation and Poverty in the Philippines - Maria Midea M. Kabamalan 15. The State Of Marriage In Singapore - Eng Chuan Koh

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書名 Changing marriage patterns in Southeast Asia : economic and socio-cultural dimensions
著作者等 Hull, Terence H.
Jones, Gavin W.
Maznah Mohamad
Mohamad Maznah
Jones Gavin W.
シリーズ名 RoutledgeCurzon contemporary Southeast Asia series
出版元 Routledge
刊行年月 2011
ページ数 xii, 239 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 9780415617338
NCID BB06973315
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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