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THE SINGAPOREAN CASE
MARRIAGE AND MIGRATION
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adherents to traditional adjustment arranged marriages attempted suicide rate attitudes Bangladesh behaviour boyfriend brides causes of stress chapter childhood conflict context crisis daughter daughter-in-law disapproved dowry effects especially ethnic groups family interrelationship problems family members family-centredness father feelings friends Hindu Hinduism husband importance of marriage in-laws Indian community Indian culture Indian females Indian girl Indian immigrant Indian Singaporean Indians in Singapore Indra lives of Indian love marriages majority Malay Malayalee Malaysia male marital problems married Indian married women mental migrant women mother mother-in-law Muslim negative Number of Respondents Parasuicide parental home parents-in-law pottu prakrti psychological Punjabi Rasheeda relationship problems religion role expectations sakti self-injury Siddique Sikh Singaporean Indian women social learning process social services social stigma social workers socialisation socio-cultural factors South India subcommunities suffering suicidal attempt Suicide in Singapore supportive network Tamil traditional customs wife woman women in Singapore women interviewed women sampled