Browse by Subject "Marriage"
Now showing items 1-6 of 6
Dangerous intercourse: race, gender and interracial relations in the American colonial Philippines, 1898 - 1946 (2015-04-24)“Intercourse with them will be dangerous,” warned the Deputy Surgeon General to all U.S. soldiers bound for the Philippines. In his 1899 pamphlet on sanitation, Colonel Henry Lippincott alerted troops to the consequences ...
(2008)The point of this project was to discover the reason why some Korean American families supported interracial relationshiops while other, seemingly similar Korean American families discourage it. In answering that question ...
application/mswordMicrosoft Word (70kB)
The New American Boiling Pot: The Relationship between Indian American Student's Families and their New American Cultural Identity (2008)The main focus of this ethnography is to look at the relationship that Indian American students have with their families and how this influences their conceptions about their marriage and children in a new society that has ...
application/mswordMicrosoft Word (75kB)
(2008)This paper unlocked many of the values and beliefs held by young second generation South Asian Muslims in the United States. Especially fascinating were their views on marriage, language, family and culture. This paper ...
application/mswordMicrosoft Word (59kB)
(2011-05-25)A series of forty-two circular and oval engravings dating from 1465 to 1475 depict playful scenes of lovers, putti, and exemplary women. These engravings, known to scholars as the “Otto prints,” were likely pasted onto ...
(2011)In this research paper we discuss the findings of an ethnographic project about the views of college female students on marriage after undergrad. The participants used for our survey data collection were 16 females in the ...
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.documentMicrosoft Word 2007 (24kB)