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Intermarriage Across Race and Ethnicity Amoung Immigrants: E Pluribus Unions

Charlie V. Morgan

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Paperback. Morgan examines the relationship between assimilation and intermarriage. In studying mixed relationships, he finds that ethnicity, in the form of language and religion, is more important than race. Males and females were more likely to find themselves in coethnic relationships as they imagined the role that extended family would play. They talked about parental prejudices, language, religion, and other cultural clashes as major factors. There were many females, however, who did not follow this pattern because of perceptions of patriarchy. They avoided coethnic relationships because they wanted a partner who would think of them as an equal. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781593322946

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Publisher: LFB Scholarly Publishing

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Morgan examines the relationship between assimilation and intermarriage. In studying mixed relationships, he finds that ethnicity, in the form of language and religion, is more important than race. Males and females were more likely to find themselves in coethnic relationships as they imagined the role that extended family would play. They talked about parental prejudices, language, religion, and other cultural clashes as major factors. There were many females, however, who did not follow this pattern because of perceptions of patriarchy. They avoided coethnic relationships because they wanted a partner who would think of them as an equal.

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Charlie V. Morgan is an Assistant Professor in the Sociology Department at Brigham Young University. He received his Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of California, Irvine. His research interests include immigration, race and ethnicity, intermarriage, and minority groups in Japan. He is currently conducting a qualitative research project on immigration in Utah.

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