TOPIC: Arranged Marriages
1. DRAFT AN INTRODUCTION (4 MARKS)
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Arranged marriage is a type of marital union where the bride and groom are selected by a third party rather than by each other. It was common worldwide until the 18th century. In modern times, arranged marriage has continued in royal families and ethnic minority groups in developed countries; elsewhere, arranged marriage is common in South Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Latin America, South east Asia and parts of East Asia. Arranged marriage should not be confused with the practice of forced marriage.
2. DRAFT A CONCLUSION (4 MARKS)
In cultures arranged marriages are believed to help reinforce kinship ties, it strengthens family relationship ties between two families and it even brings them closer as a family when a child is born it gives everyone else a chance to take care and raise the baby along with the parents. Arranged marriage ensures a better and healthier upbringing of children as the arranged marriages are long-lasting and the risk of divorcing is eliminated, which has a good effect on the children, parents and extended family members makes sure that the children are being well-raised, as a result these children's development has been more fruitful as compared to children raised by just parents. Arranged marriage is also considered secure for future generations as extended family and parents will be involved and breaking up will be difficult as everyone else will try to keep the couple together, its long-lasting compared to non-arranged marriages, and statistically only 4% of these marriages in globalization end up in divorce, as a result it may assist the future generations to achieve a successful life.
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