As a feudal warlord, though ZHANG Zong-chang agreed that a man could have more than one wife, he was different from other feudal warlords in view of marriage, such as: he didn' t afraid of the denouncement about concubinage;
On Jane Austen' s View of Marriage
On Jane Austen's View of Marriage in Pride and Prejudice
On Jane Austen's View of Marriage
The most obvious characteristic of Austen's view of marriage is the predominant economic considerations.
Wu Mei's Concept of Marriage and Women
His ideas as to the relationship of man and woman and his concept of marriage agree with the principles of feminism.
他有关男人和女人关系的思想以及他的 婚姻观 ,均符合女性主义的原则。
Traditional cultures of both Chinese and Korean females have stemmed from Confucianism, but females of the two countries have manifested differences in respect of concept of marriage,consciousness of sex,sex appeal,etc. They are determined by different economic,political and cultural environment of the two countries.
中韩女性的文化传统共同植根于儒家文化 ,但目前两国女性在 婚姻观、性意识和女性的性魅力等方面表现出某些不同的文化心态 ,这是由两国不同的经济、政治文化环境所决定的
the three characteristics are: an imbalanced situation between urban and rural areas, a mixed existence of new and old Chinese and western wedding ceremonies, and an abnormal marriage concept of some Sichuanese.
Austine's Views of Marriage in Arrogance and Prejudice
On Healthy Personality Education of Female College Students by Views of Marriage
Pride and Prejudice ——An Epitome of Jane Austen's Views of Marriage
By analyzing the Austine's views of marriage, this paper attempts to reveal that marriage at that time was only the tool for the interfusion of classes in society.
Jane Austen' s views of marriage are embodied clearly in her six marriage - themed novels.
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Apply this covenantal view of marriage to the evaluation of the suitability of textbooks in educational settings.
And wrong in the sense that if we did adopt this view of marriage, marriage would lose its unique power.
Gallagher argue strongly against an individualized and privatized view of marriage.
Not surprisingly, the mutual covenant view of marriage has a unique understanding of sexual relations within marriage.
The late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries was an era of great change in society's view of marriage and women's roles.
Degler analyzes these roles, the increasing economic importance of women in society, and the evolving views of marriage in American society.
This book analyzes the meaning of marriage in the context of law and the continuing tension between the internal and external views of marriage.