Marriage Essay Topics

Thy Womb and Missing the Target

Mendoza’s Thy Womb certainly was not lacking in the areas of cinematography and sound quality. Unlike regular masa films that repel higher class moviegoers with their slightly pixelated picture and muffled dubbing, Thy Womb boasts a crisp picture with a fitting scoring. Only complementing that is the breathtaking grandeur of the surroundings which includes a… View Article

Bimala’s Journey from Confinement to Independence

The Home and the world is a book that discusses issues such as the Bengal partition movement, the issue of nationalism and ideas about what a country is etc. A major theme is this book is the relationship of the home and the world which is outside. All three characters play a major role in… View Article

Dialogue “Modern Attitude to Love and Marriage”

* Hi, Lucy! Do you know Johnny and I are getting married? * Oh, great! I think it’s about time. You have been living together for…for…?? * For 6 years. * Yes, for 6 years already. I’m so happy for you, Sarah! * And I’m so happy for myself too! * And are you going… View Article

Family Structure

Abstract In the present research paper, we shall discuss a study which has been carried out on the Bengali community situating in the lowlands (Tarai) of the Udham Singh Nagar district of Uttarakhand and the effect of Modernization and Globalization on their family structure on this community. Its historicity lies in the fact that the… View Article

Happiness in Marriage

What changes did Sanger describe in married relations in recent generations? Marriage was synonymous with maternity. But the pain, the suffering, the wrecked lives of women and children that such a system caused, show us that it did not work successfully. Like all other professions, motherhood must serve its period of apprenticeship. What changes did… View Article

The Mats

The story assigned to our group is ‘The Mats”. And based on our discussions and group meetings, the interpretation we all agreed to make is the “reader-based interpretation”. The Mats, written by Francisco Arcellana, is a short story depicting a very typical Filipino value – a deep sense of close family-ties and bonding. In this… View Article

Why I Prefer to Marry Late

For me, marriage is a promise. A promise that we give, without wanting to receive the equivalent reward. Hence, we must have enough ability to maintain this relationship. The salient characteristic of many traditional marriage systems is that women, seem to have little independence, because of education and income. In South Asia, brides are even… View Article

Week Three Young And Middle Adulthood Case Studies

Life is changing every minute off every day. Life is changing right now, as we speak. Whether we like it or not. And, some things in life are uncontrollable. Today, we will meet a single mother of three children who is dealing with life style changes that have led her to living a healthier life,… View Article

This Module

This module/week you have had the opportunity to watch the movie Fireproof in order to better understand the EMC equation (Identified Needs + Intentional Resourcing = Enlarging the Conversation). Through the lens of our course materials, explore the interpersonal communication concepts you identified in the movie. For example, did you find a degenerative communication spiral?… View Article

Women’s Right In India

Indian women back then were often discriminated and they have little power and control, they are trying to legalizing this rights ” The Women’s Reservation Bill ” ,India Rape Law and the ” Womanifesto ” to help them gain more power and rights for themselves. A number of studies by humanitarian and human rights organizations,… View Article

History of Marriage

Marriage is a social institution recognized by custom and law. It is a relation that exists between one or more men to one or more women. Custom or law gives recognitions of the duties and rights of the parties involved in such an institution. The union may result to children being born in it. In… View Article

The essay of “Groom Service” and “The Return”

“Groom Service” by Michael Anthony Dorris and “The Return” by Ngugi wa Thiongo are two short story which have the common theme of “love” and the common situation of “ the marriage”. Although the two stories have common themes and situation related to acceptance, acknowledgement, and recognition, the difference between the two story influence the… View Article

Divorce Bill

Underpinning this proposal is a commitment to the policy of the State to protect and strengthen marriage and the family as basic social institutions, to value the dignity of every human person, to guarantee full respect for human rights, and to ensure the fundamental equality before the law of women and men. In the Filipino… View Article

“Hedda Gabler” by Henrik Ibsen and the 19th Century Marriage

Marriage in the 19th century was a social and economic matter, rather than a matter of personal relationship. The morals of the era, including family morals, are often associated with the Victorian England, where they revealed themselves in the most ultimate and form, yet especially this kind of attitude towards marriage dominated throughout Europe. The… View Article

Consanguineous Marriage

Consanguineous marriage in clinical genetics is defined as a marriage between two related individuals. The individuals come from close kin or are second cousins exhibiting inbreeding coefficient higher or equal to 0. 0156. Consanguinity is more prevalent amongst the world population residing in North Africa, West Asia, and Middle East, and among these communities’ emigrants… View Article