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RS Enquiry 2013, Arranged Marriages

RS Enquiry 2013, Arranged Marriages

RS Enquiry 2013, Arranged Marriages
Junior/Middle School: Forres Sandle Manor School
Senior School: Anglo Colombiana Colegio

1. Before reading the information I am about to give you do you believe arranged marriages are a good thing? __________________________________________________ 2. Do you think there if a difference between arranged marriages and forced marriages? __________________________________________________

3. Do you think arranged marriages reduce the divorce rate? __________________________________________________

4. Do you think arranged marriages takes away the woman’s or man’s rights? __________________________________________________
5. How would you coup if you had an arranged marriage? __________________________________________________ The aim of this Religious Study enquiry is to identify in what people believe in; “Do they think it is right to have an arranged marriage or do they think it is wrong“. Can people give a clear view on it or is a difficult to clearly answer. The main areas I am choosing to investigate on his ’how can an arranged marriage affect your life… what is being done about them’. I have researched my questions about arranged marriages or forced marriages be searching it on the internet or even asking people in my year (year 8) what they know about them, before I went back to school I asked my mum some questions about them. The actual definition of an arranged marriage is a marriage that is established before a lengthy relationship. So in a sense, it is the opposite of a love marriage, where marriage would be considered the final step for a relationship. This study is based on Arranged Marriages, but including; the difference of forced Marriages, traditional marriages, where it occurs, what is being done about it and how it can affect your life. These are the main areas I will be trying my hardest to investigate on. RS Enquiry 2013, Arranged Marriages

RS Enquiry 2013, Arranged Marriages

In Traditional, Not Forced Marriage the parents choose their son or daughter's future man or woman with only a little input from the soon to be a couple. If either the son or daughter refuses the choice, the parents tend to respect their wishes, and will find someone else. The main motivation factor in such marriages is the happiness of the son or daughter, but the standpoint is that "Parents know best." That said, the parents will often exert considerable pressure on their child to marry the person they have chosen, because they do strongly believe that they know best. They also do this because they don’t want their sons or daughters to waste their lives looking for the right one. In A Forced Marriage the parents do not allow the future couple to have any say in their choice of love/relationship. If he or she refuses to marry their chosen person, they will be punished, or sometimes, killed. In most cases, their objection is simply ignored, and the marriage takes place anyway. This is different to arranged marriages because in arranged marriages you can get a divorce it’s just their parents do not approve it makes them feel annoyed because parents know right, ”Apparently“. However, the parents will allow their daughter/son to not get married to somebody and will find someone else. You can also pull out and say that you do not want to marry the man at any time even on the day of the marriage Where Does It Occur?

Arranged marriages are rare in some parts of the world; the countries which do, are: South Asia, Nepal (India), Pakistan (India), Bangladesh (India), Sri Lanka (India), Africa (the Middle East), and Southeast Asia and East Asia to some extent it does exist.

RS Enquiry 2013, Arranged Marriages
RS Enquiry 2013, Arranged Marriages

Nepal is where some Arranged Marriages occur.
Nepal is where some Arranged Marriages occur.

Pakistan is where some Arranged Marriages occur....
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