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Cairo Papers Vol. 1. Ana Vinea. Based on unstructured interviews with thirteen Romanian–Egyptian couples presently living in Cairo, this study focuses on three interrelated aspects. Based on unstructured interviews with thirteen Romanian–Egyptian couples presently living in Cairo, this study focuses on three interrelated aspects of these mixed marriages: the contexts that allowed the formation of the mixed families; the practices in which the couples engage in terms of household organization, gender relations, and kinship; and the role of religion in the lives of the mixed couples and. how both the men and women position themselves in this regard.

Creating Families Across Boundaries book. Romanian-Egyptian couples presently living in Cairo, this study focuses on three interrelated aspects of these mixed marriages: the contexts that allowed the formation of the mixed families; the practices in which the couples engage in terms of household organization, gender relations, and kinship; and the role of religion in the lives of the mixed couples and how both the men and women. position themselves in this regard.

Creating Families Across Boundaries: A Case study of Romanian/Egyptian Mixed Marriages. This is a case study of thirteen Romanian/Egyptian couples presently living in Cairo. Based on unstructured interviews, it focuses on three interrelated aspects of these mixed marriages. First, it investigates the wider contexts that allowed the formation of the mixed families, in relation to the movement between the two countries, state regulations and public opinions. Second, it describes the practices in which the couples engage in terms of household organization, gender relations and kinship.

Creating Families Across Boundaries : A Case Study of Romanian-Egyptian . Subjects: Egypt Social conditions. Whatever Happened to the Egyptians? : Changes in Egyptian Society from 1950 to the Present.

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A Case Study of Romanian/Egyptian Mixed Marriages, Cairo Papers in Social Sciences, 2005, 28 (1). Book chapters: 2005 The Pawnshops of Rovinari: Informal Practices, Auto-Consumption and Circulation of Objects (in Romanian).

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Series Statement: Cairo papers in social science ; v. 28 no. 1, spring 2005. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 117-130). Hierarchical Place Name: Egypt Cairo. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Creating families across boundaries : a case study of Romanian/Egyptian mixed marriage, by Ana Vinea.

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Creating Families across Boundaries: A Case Study of Romanian/Egyptian. Book chapters: 2005. The Pawnshops of Rovinari: Informal Practices, Auto-Consumption and Circulation of Objects (in Romanian), in Liviu Chelcea and Oana Mateescu. 2. Ana Maria Vinea/CV/December 2015.

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Based on unstructured interviews with thirteen Romanian–Egyptian couples presently living in Cairo, this study focuses on three interrelated aspects of these mixed marriages: the contexts that allowed the formation of the mixed families; the practices in which the couples engage in terms of household organization, gender relations, and kinship; and the role of religion in the lives of the mixed couples and how both the men and women position themselves in this regard. Cairo Papers Vol. 28, No. 1
Creating Families Across Boundaries: A Case Study of Romanian–Egyptian Mixed Marriages: Cairo Papers Vol. 28, No. 1 (Cairo Papers in Social Science) download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Ana Vinea
ISBN: 9774160797
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: The American University in Cairo Press; 1 edition (September 7, 2007)
Pages: 144 pages