Marriage Essay Topics

Predictors of Interracial Dating and Marriage

Interracial relationships and marriages have long been in existence. It was an inevitable outcome of the migration of various other races to the United States since the time of the Mayflower. Such relationships have weathered the height of social discrimination way back during the human rights movements of the sixties and have evolved from the… View Article

Position Argument In Marriage

Marriage is a ceremony or an act completed through contract by which man and woman become husband and wife. It is a loving, caring relationship that provides intimacy and security to all couples. It is entered into because of ensuing political, economic and other advantages and not just of mutual affection. It is viewed legally… View Article

Gender Communication Differences in Traditional Marriage

Men and women communicate differently. Two people of opposite gender joined in marriage have two very different styles of communication to the extent that this problem is sometimes insurmountable. Lack of clear communication between partners in a traditional marriage is often cited as the cause for divorce. What often occurs “is not a failure to… View Article

The Motif of Symbolic Prostitution in The Visit

The Visit, a tragic-comedy play written by Friedrich Dürrenmatt in 1956 shows a pessimistic vision of society. The play occurs in Guellen, a deprived town where Claire Zachanassian looks for financial salvation. The theme goes around the idea that society is based upon not fulfilled actions due to personal problems from the same population in… View Article

Interpreter of Maladies

Secrecy is a recurrent theme of Interpreter of Maladies. With reference to at least three stories, what are the causes and effects of this trait on the lines of the characters? Secrecy is the act of hiding information from certain individuals or groups. Secrecy is often controversial, depending on the content of the secret, the… View Article

The Perfect Wedding

This will be the wedding of dreams.  It is designed to be the perfect combinations of two worlds, the one where the relationship began and where the marriage will begin. For the couple who want to combine the best of both worlds it is important to find the perfect marriage of traditions as well as… View Article

The Relationship between the Bible and Marriage

Marriage both in the Bible and within culture has varied over time. If we take the view that the Bible as we have it is in more or less in chronological order ( There are some overlaps and some sections that it is difficult or impossible to date.) then we begin with pre-history and Adam… View Article

“The Rise of Silas Lapham” by Dean Howells

Argumentative thesis : In Dean Howells’ The Rise of Silas Lapham, Silas was a man victimized of the Gilded age as seem through the sudden immigration of his family to Boston and his obscure and ambitious attempt of permeating the upper social strata by means of having his daughters marry an elite of the aspired… View Article

What is a Successful Marriage?

A successful marriage is a natural commitment between two people who love, trust, respect, and understand each other, and who are also willing to put forth the effort to communicate and compromise in order to reach shared goals while they grow and change together and individually. However, these are only some of the key components… View Article

Deviant Behavior

One man having more than one wife can be a deviant behavior depending on the country and a person’s beliefs. Polygamy is considered normal and lawful in many countries, but it is outlawed in the United States. The people that believe in it say that monogamy is not natural and it oppresses the social structure…. View Article

Turning Point

People always say that in our lives, we commit just one mistake and this will forever ruin us. It is something or some action or someone that will make us regret everything that we have done in this lifetime. But I say this is relative to the person experiencing it. They also say that with… View Article

Premarital Cohabitation

Over the past 30 years countries have experienced a phenomenon that has raised many questions about the future of the institution of marriage. Western societies, such as the United States, Canada, and countries in Western Europe have witnessed a virtual explosion in the number of unmarried cohabitating couples. Quite a number of studies have been… View Article

Same-Sex Marriage in Canada: Achievements

The legalization of same-sex marriage remains a contentious point for majority of the world’s societies. However, the recent shift in policy among the world’s most powerful countries to legally acknowledge same-sex unions suggests a major change in the status of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transexual (LGBT) communities in terms of legal rights and protection against… View Article

Everybody Needs Somebody

Many people vacillate to commit themselves to marriage because of the responsibilities involved, but what does the word “marriage”, that so many desist from means. It’s the state of being united; body, soul and mind to a person of the opposite sex as husband or wife consensual and contractual relationship recognized by both the Lord… View Article

Legalizing same-sex marriage

Eliyahu Stiefel Mr.Hong English 1A 02/02/2012 Legalizing same-sex marriage has been a debate going on for quite some time. The recognition of such marriages is a civil rights, political, social, moral, and religious issue in many nations. Since 2001, ten countries have begun allowing same-sex couples to marry nationwide. In the United States the federal… View Article

Heterosexual Marriage

In our time we can see different sex marriages: homosexual and heterosexual, but which one is better for us. None of us would be in the world if we didn’t have a mother and father. God created a man and a woman as the top of his creativity. As they say a woman completes a… View Article

Housewife in India and Pakistan

In India different approaches to domestic responsibilities are found in the various ethnic groups. In a Hindu family, the head of the family is the Griha Swami (Lord of the House) and his wife is the Griha Swamini(Lady of the House). The Sanskrit words Grihast and Grihasta perhaps come closest to describing the entire gamut… View Article

“I Want a Wife” By Judy Brady

Judy Brady is a freelance writer, writing topics mainly relating to the roles of women in society. Judy wrote the piece I Want a Wife right after the second wave of the feminist movement in the United States. The purpose of the movement was to have the right to vote and have the same equal… View Article

Pro Same Sex Marriage

Marriage is very important as it is said to be the union or seemingly binding of a certain person to another by the power of love and of the sacred sacrament of God through the biblical and religious means. The unity of the couple with the same genders is not a result of allowing the… View Article

The Problem with Polygamy in Indonesia

Introduction Polygamy in Indonesia is legal. A man is permitted to have as many as four wives under the Muslim law. But Despite the low incident of polygamy in Indonesia, it has been a central issue in relations between the Indonesia women, and the state in the twentieth century. Indonesia women’s organizations have long wanted… View Article

Sons and Lovers

The first part of the novel focuses on Mrs. Morel and her unhappy marriage to a drinking miner. She has many arguments with her husband, some of which have painful results: on separate occasions, she is locked out of the house and hit in the head with a drawer. Estranged from her husband, Mrs. Morel… View Article

Successful Marriage

Marriage or wedlock is usually a contract that is created through the civil processes. Furthermore, it is an interpersonal relationship that occurs between two individuals recognized by the government or by society and commonly through religion. A wedding ceremony occurs inside churches or pastorals officiated by a religious leader such as a pastor or a… View Article

Why Marriage Fail

Marriage is something very beautiful you get to enjoy the rest of your life with the person yo love and share lots of nice things together, however there are some negative things about getting married and most of them are lack of time, addiction, and money. Work, home, schedules, time spent apart and time spent… View Article

Child Marriage in India

Child marriage means that two children are forced to marry each other with the consent of the two families. The children are forced into the institution of marriage without knowing about its significance in the long run. Though parents are of the opinion that they involve their children in such rituals because it is an… View Article

The Enga Horticulturalist Tribe of Papau New Guinea

Hypothesis: The Enga culture was unique to the Enga society; it was their acceptable traditional way of life that worked for them for many generations. Introduction The Enga Tribes were from the hilly highland terrain of Papau New Guinea. All Enga were horticulturalists, in other words farmers working small fields in which the planted and… View Article

Bobbie Ann Mason-Shiloh- Setting Analysis

“Shiloh” was written by Bobbie Ann Mason in 1982. The center of attraction of this narrative is a married couple, Leroy Moffitt and his wife, Norma Jean. During this story the characters are affected by their changing social rural Kentucky environment. In this time period, Kentucky transforms to a more suburb environment from their usual… View Article

Can We Talk

Divorce in the United States is very common and excepted. With powerful words like till “death do us part”, and “Adultery” being said. Communication is a must to make the marriage work with affective affirmation and self-disclosure making the words can we talk mean more now than ever before. I can relate to the article… View Article

Cecilia Penifader: an Ordinary Peasant in Medieval Times

Cecilia Penifader lived on the English manor of Brigstock in the early fourteenth century. She was not a princess nor was she of noble blood. She was, in fact, a peasant. While many people today would consider her poor and lowly just because of that title, she was actually rather successful in life and was… View Article

Child Marriage: A Silent Health and Human Rights Issue

Abstract Marriages in which a child under the age of 18 years is involved occur worldwide, but are mainly seen in South Asia, Africa, and Latin America. A human rights violation, child marriage directly impacts girls’ education, health, psychologic well-being, and the health of their offspring. It increases the risk for depression, sexually transmitted infection,… View Article