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    What Works to Prevent Child Marriage: A Review of the Evidence Susan Lee-Rife, Anju Malhotra, Ann Warner, and Allison McGonagle Glinski This article reviews 23 child marriage prevention programs carried out in low-income countries and employing a range of programmatic approaches and evaluation strategies...
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  • Porsh. Pro
    the outcome of a family will be, it is the children who either benefit or affected.   (1998) make an astonishing claim that 50 percent of American marriages end in divorce.  This has created an enormous effect on children comprising of more than one million experiencing the divorce of their parents each...
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  • marriage practices
    Marriage Practices Nena Collier ANT 101 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Prof. Pamela Creasy June 23, 2014 Marriage Practices The two cultures that I am going to comparing is the Eskimos and Jews. There is some difficulty in characterizing marriage practices...
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  • Marriage
    Project In Religion IV-St. Albert Introduction Marriage is a sacred sacrament that binds a man and a woman to love and be faithful to each other now and till the end of time. It is a blessing to two partners who made their vow to our lord to cherish the love of each other and receive the blessing...
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  • To Investigate the Impact of Pregnacies and Early Marriages on a Girl Child Education
    ZAMBIAN OPEN UNIVERSITY TO INVESTIGATE THE IMPACT OF PRGNANCIES AND EARLY MARRIAGES ON GIRL CHILD EDUCATION THE CASE OF SHAMPANDE BASIC SCHOOL IN CHOMA DISTRICT OF SOUTHERN PROVINCE BY VINCENT JERE COMPUTOR # 20620668 SUBMITTED TO THE ZAMBIAN OPEN UNIVERSITY , SCHOOL OF NATURAL SCIENCES...
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  • Child Mariages
    Child marriage is a common practice in many countries around the world. Marriage should be a time of celebration and joy but for many children around the world they are forced into marriage before the age of 18. These marriages are often performed without the consent of the girls involved in the marriage...
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  • Early Marriage
    Early Marriage in South Asia A DISCUSSION PAPER Contents INTRODUCTION 2 THE PREVALENCE OF EARLY MARRIAGE 3 CAUSES OF EARLY MARRIAGE 5 CONSEQUENCES OF EARLY MARRIAGE 8 RESPONSES TO EARLY MARRIAGE OF CHILDREN 16 Introduction Early marriage affects...
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  • Causes and effects on divorce
     Psychological Research of Divorce and Its Causes and Psychological Reasons Dominion High School Abstract This paper explores psychological research on the topic of divorce to further analysis its causes and psychological reasons. Divorce is a vastly more common than ever before in...
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  • Outline For Paper
    Reference Department (225) 771‐2875  Website: http://www.lib.subr.edu    How to write an Outline for a Paper What is an outline? An outline can be defined as an organizational plan to help you draft a paper.  Writing an  outline before beginning a paper is the most effective way to organize your thoughts.  An  outline breaks down the parts of your thesis in a clear...
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  • Research
     UNIVERSITY OF ZAMBIA SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND DISTANCE LEARNING MAZABUKA BRANCH RESEARCH REPORT TOPIC : EARLY MARRIAGES CAUSED BY PREGANCY IN PERI-URBAN AREA OF MAZABUKA. (A CASE STUDY OF Ndeke, Mulonga & Nakambala...
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  • Does Childhood Trauma Define Us as Adults?
    Healing Trauma through Marriage, Family, and Couples Counseling Tiffany A. Tirico Liberty University Abstract This paper explores and discovers components of marriage, family, and couples counseling and how trauma in relationships and family suffering can be treated. Several scholarly articles and...
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  • Technology
    2011), early marriage is now one of the problems of the society. Most teenagers aging 13-17 years old are involved in early marriage. Early Marriage is an act of getting married to take responsible or not reaching the proper adult age. This study would like to know all about the causes of early marriage...
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  • Socioeconomic Consequences of Early Childbearing
    Socioeconomic Consequences of Early Childbearing: A Literature Review Carley D. Prentice Western University Abstract The present literature review seeks to investigate socioeconomic consequences of teenage childbearing. Past literature suggests that women who become teenage mothers are more likely...
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  • Psy 201 Week 6
    Thinking about social-development issues in adults always leads me down the road of men and their mid-life crisis. This article looks at how a difficult childhood could possibly be a cause for a mid-life crisis later in life. Three cases are examined to support the thesis of this study that an emotional...
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  • A Comparison Between Marjorie Topley and Ziling Ye’s Research on Zishu Nu
    Topics in Feminism Professor Ding 8 Jan, 2013 A Comparison between Marjorie Topley and Ziling Ye’s Research on Zishu nu In the early nineteenth century rural Kwantung in China, there were a group of women, who were different from the other Chinese women. They go through a hair-dressing ritual...
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  • Gandhi
    power in local affairs, in exchange for swearing allegiance to the British Crown. These princes made decisions about creating local rules and maintaining traditions, such as child marriage, which remained a respected practice. For that reason, Gandhi was only 13 years old when he married Kasturbai, a...
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  • When Marriges Fail or Fail to Take Place
    When marriages fail or fail to take place, women and children become vulnerable and dependent. Those women, along with their friends and relatives, are inexorably drawn toward the Party of Government. And research shows it is not only women of childbearing age that are made more dependent on government...
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  • Assignment Social Development Research
    PSY/201: Assignment Social Development Research The title of the article is: Intimate Relationship Development During The Transition to Adulthood: Differences by Social Class. I chose this topic and article because it I was curious about intimate relationships and differences by social class. I would've...
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  • The Life of William Shakespeare
    Life of William Shakespeare Paper Ever since the death of Shakespeare, his life was only well known about his plays and poems. He had written many famous Plays such as: Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, etc and his famous poems were the Sonnets. Many years have passed since his death and his plays...
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  • Research Paper
    teacher, whose sincerity and encouragement we will never forget and has been our inspiration as we hurdle all the obstacles in the completion of this research work. To Mr. Ferdinand Dela Rosa, for his invaluable guidance and blessings. To our respondents, who are willingly answered our questionnaire...
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