Variations in marriage patterns in central Thailand
Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University, 1986 - Family & Relationships - 54 pages
Surveys the marriage patterns in Central Thailand. Presents evidence of the complexity of family change in a developing society, of the diversity of traditional patterns, the different directions of change, and the variations in current patterns of marriage of daughters.
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access to land Aphichat Chamratrithirong Appendix Table areas of Bangkok Asian background and education Background white collar baht BAN CHIANG Central Plains Central Thailand ceremonial marriage versus choice of spouse collar white collar daughters economic effects of socioeconomic entry into marriage ethnic Chinese farmer laborer laborer farmer landless farmer form of marriage grades of school husbands Institute for Population interviews involvement in spouse laborer laborer laborer Log-odds logit model Mahidol University marriage ceremony marriage form marriage patterns marriage process married without ceremony multinomial logit never approved non-ceremonial marriage parents approve Patterns in Central percent Population and Social predicted probabilities Probabilities of parental reported romantic ideal rural sample rural women school completed self-choice of spouse Socioeconomic Background white spouse choice Stratum Taiwan Thai urban established areas urban samples urban squatter settlement Variations in Marriage versus a non-ceremonial villages white collar shopkeeper white collar white women whose fathers