Disadvantage Of Polygamy Essays and Term Papers

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    Jump to: navigation, search The initial page of the Peterborough Chronicle. Translation of this scanned page. [1] | Wikisource has original text related to this article: Anglo-Saxon Chronicle | The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle is a collection of annals in Old English chronicling the history of the...

      5415 Words | 14 Pages   Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum, Anglo-Saxons, Wessex, Anglo-Saxon England

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    Polygamy (from πολύς γάμος polys gamos, translated literally in Late Greek as "many married")[1] is a marriage which includes more than two partners.[1] When a man is married to more than one wife at a time, the relationship is called polygyny, and there is no marriage bond between the wives; and when...

      2430 Words | 7 Pages   Marriage, Monogamy, Sola scriptura, Polygyny

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    Should Polygamy be Legalized Why does polygamy get such a bad reputation in America? Then from different viewpoints a published journal, magazine articles, and newspaper. To understand why a man having more than one wife is illegal. The practice of polygamy in modern day Nigeria is...

      478 Words | 2 Pages   Polygamy, Marriage, Polygyny, Wife

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    Introduction Polygamy, the practice where one husband has many wives, is a hotly debated topic in the world. This practice can be found in many parts of the world, especially in North Africa as well as in the Middle East. In the latter area, there are many instances of polygamy and this habit has been...

      3022 Words | 5 Pages   Polygamy, Marriage, Wife, Sharia

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    Polygamy Polygamy is defined as the condition or practice of having more than one spouse at a time. Though it has existed in many cultures throughout the world, polygamy is still very prevalent in most Islamic societies today. There are however several guidelines laid out in Islamic law governing...

      1344 Words | 4 Pages   Husband, Polygamy, Polygyny in Islam, Marriage

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    right circumstances polygamy can work. Unfortunately a majority of the time a polygamist relationship has to many issues to be considered a healthy relationship . Polygamy is the condition or practice of having more than one spouse at a time, also known as plural marriage. Polygamy has been practiced...

      1098 Words | 3 Pages   Polygamy, Mormonism and polygamy, Mormons, Mormonism

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    POLYGAMY Imagine a young girl of twelve marrying a man of forty whom she has never seen before and being forced to produce children until her body is physically unable to perform a safe pregnancy. Imagine the girl being brainwashed and beaten for contradicting with a belief held by another man and...

      2402 Words | 6 Pages   Anxiety, Domestic violence, Polygamy, Child abuse

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    Polygamy BARKER, MEG. “This is my Partner, and this is my . . . Partner’s Partner: Constructing Polyamorous Identity in a Monogamous World.” Journal of Constructivist Psychology; 18.1(2005):75-88. Print. Meg Barker is a lecturer in psychology at the Open University and a practicing psychotherapist...

      846 Words | 3 Pages   Polyamory, Monogamy

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    Polygamy is a popular word these days, from HBO’s drama “Big Love” to TLC’s reality show “Sister Wives”. Yet plural marriage is as serious an issue as it’s ever been and is even on the rise in the west. The biggest topic yet is whether polygamy should be allowed or considered a crime. The right...

      1092 Words | 3 Pages   Marriage, Polygamy, Polygyny, Domestic violence

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    became quiet. It appeared that my intimacy had unnerved him. I looked upon it as something normal, as a test. A husband has the right to practice polygamy, and this was a test of my tolerance for it. I devoutly believed that as a woman I was destined to accept and to protect. Had I not believed that...

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    CHANAKYA NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, PATNA Family Law-I Project on:- POLYGAMY UNDER MUSLIM LAW Submitted To: Mr. Shaiwal Satyarthi (Faculty for...

      14094 Words | 37 Pages   Polygyny, Islamic marital jurisprudence, Polygamy, Husband

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    Polygamy has been widely practiced in societies throughout the world since the beginning of mankind, and is still common in Muslim countries, some other countries, and also some religious beliefs such as the Mormons. Polygamy is a form of marriage that permits a person to have more than one spouse. Should...

      336 Words | 1 Pages   Polygamy, Marriage, Wife, Sexism

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    Once referred to as the “original marriage” Polygamy is now an alternative lifestyle lived by many, but is it right? There are multiple countries around the world that believe that this is in fact an applicable way of living. The Origins of polygamy are extremely vast and are practiced all over the world...

      1542 Words | 4 Pages   Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Mormon fundamentalism, Polygamy, Marriage

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    Chandler Makepeace People do strange things I will tell you right now, people do strange things. To me personally, the practice of polygamy seems a bit excessive. I mean, that is a lot of work, most men can barely handle one wife, let alone many. But to each their own I suppose. Most people don’t...

      911 Words | 3 Pages   Polygamy, Marriage, Single parent

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    I. Intro Thesis: II. A facts of polygamy B. Polygamy Is For Women! C. Polygamy is an empowering lifestyle for women. D. Every polygamous marriage has more women in it than men! III. Polygamy goal is to support relationships based on love, commitment, growth, honesty, and accepting personal responsibility...

      539 Words | 2 Pages   Polygamy, Mormonism and polygamy, Marriage, Wife

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    Polygamy In todays society the idea of Polygamy is looked down upon. Polygamy is the act when a person has one or more spouses. Three objections that might be made are; first, Bentham’s utilitarian view, which says all people should maximize good/ pleasures, second, based on the Intuitionism view...

      1535 Words | 4 Pages   Utilitarianism, Eudaimonia, Virtue ethics, Ethical intuitionism

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    POLYGAMY IS A CONDITIONAL NECESSITY Law Enforcement Coordination Division ___________________________________________________________________ Introduction The tendency to live in pairs is natural to human beings. In order to meet this biological drive, Muslims are bound by the syariah-based marriage...

      2638 Words | 8 Pages   Polygamy, Sahih al-Bukhari, Marriage, Husband

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    Polygamy The institution of marriage is a social institution, under which a man and woman establish their decision to live as husband and wife by legal pledges. There are many types of marriage such as Polygamy, monogamy, and polyandry. In this essay we will focus on polygamy and show that...

      355 Words | 1 Pages   Types of marriages, Polygamy, Wife, Marriage

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    Polygamy, a tradition needed to be changed Nno! Kwenu! The body of Egwugwu, I salute you. The reason why were are her in the ilo is for the discussion of a very gruesome tradition. I am here to address the current issue of shortage of women for men like me in the village for marriage. There is a particular...

      1498 Words | 4 Pages   Marriage, Polygamy, Wife

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    Why Polygamy? Polygamy is the practice of having two or more spouses at the same time; this includes both polygyny and polyandry, which is the union of one man with more than one women and the union of one women to more than one man. A new study out of the University of British Columbia (UBC) documents...

      404 Words | 1 Pages   Polygamy, Polygyny, Marriage

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