Dating mating and marriage whyte
Philip Morgan, American Journal of Sociology The why and how of research on mate choice -- Dating -- Mating -- Variations in dating and mating -- Who marries whom?
Through its detailed examination of a wide range of ideas and predictions about dating, mating, and marriage, and through its dramatic findings, Martin King Whyte is Professor of Sociology at Harvard University.
His primary research interests are the sociology of the family and social change in the People's Republic of China and the former Soviet Union.
He is the author or editor of several books, and author of several journal articles. This book examines the American system of dating, mate choice, and marriage. This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. This book examines the American system of dating, mate choice, and marriage.
The book is less concerned with marital breakdown than it is with the process by which people enter the state of matrimony…
The book successfully manages to meet different levels of interest and methodological sophistication.” —Jacqueline Scott, The Public Opinion Quarterly “Martin King Whyte nicely frames a number of questions about 20th-century family and family change in the United States in Dating, Mating, and Marriage.” —S.
-- Contemporary marriage patterns -- What makes for a successful marriage? conducted with a sample of 459 Detroit-area women, the findings of this study challenge a number of common beliefs about the impact of premarital behavior on marriage...