Interracial marriage is more than an ethical discussion. According to Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia on the internet, interracial couple is a romantic couple or marriage in which the partners are of different races. The answer, if differences affect in multiracial couples is positive. There is a continuous debate among spouses related to the most serious issues of individual religion, nationality and education. Let us have a first look in history. In the book entitled "Tell the court I love my wife-race, marriage and law, an American history» (New York Library of Congress, 2002, chapter 4, page 61) Walleinstein Peter points that "interracial sex characterized as a forbidden fruit and interracial marriage as a match so inappropriate that it jeopardized the social order". Also he points that during the late 1800s and early 1900s white men were trying to find erotic pleasure from the prostitutes whom were black. The black individuals had neither opportunity in education, or in employment. On the other hand, white women (was) were forbidden in curbing mens "animal instinct" and as a result, African-American women delivered themselves into prostitution. And from thereafter, the story between races goes on; it was the first attraction between races. Crossing the color line in a like manner, marrying a man or a woman from different race, has difficulties such as communication differences. First, the selection of the language they speak between them. This might be easy to discover if we certificate the place that they first met or under which circumstances, for example, states, campus, college, communities etc. New York, London and Los Angeles are cities where many multinational citizens from various countries, throughout the world live. As a result, people speak many different languages either in public or in their homes. This example emphasizes the diversity that these cities have from most countries. In the Internet site , in article called "Divorce effects on religious affiliation /Interracial Marriage", Greto Victor points that "according to the sociologists and the statisticians who study family demographics , those who are in intergroup relationships tend to live in areas where races and ethnic groups are mixed like south Florida But unfortunately, these multiethnic countries are the minority." In short, cities like L.A, London and New York give the opportunity to people to develop relationships with other individuals whom native language is different from the language they speak .This challenge make opposites at first to attract!! So let's assume that opposites do attract and possibly start a long distance relationship, get a marital status and then notice the differences. These differences might be tremendous, but might also be extremely difficult. The couple decides whether or not it is threatened by the difficulties or if will continue their life together. In the book "Ethnic Los Angeles", Waldinger Roger (chapter 5, pages150-151). presents graphs as a consequence of intergroup relations.
Population speaking a language other than English at home, by nativity and ethnicity, 1990
Asians &Pacific Islanders
L .A region
Asian &Pacific Islanders
Secondly, a different education means different ways of expression. According to the Information Unit on Climate change "Climate change would impact different cultures in different ways. The sky and the weather do not have the same importance in all cultures. In Judeo-Christian cultures, the sky is strongly associated with the divine and with all-powerful and infinite cosmic powers. Animist and Hindu cultures, on the other hand, tend to associate their deities with creatures of the earth. These religious differences might make...
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