Table of contents for Mate selection across cultures / editors, Raeann R. Hamon, Bron B. Ingoldsby.


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Contents
Introduction
Raeann R. Hamon and Bron B. Ingoldsby
Acknowledgments
Part I: North America
1. The Mate Selection Process in the United States
Bron B. Ingoldsby
Part II: The Caribbean and South America
2. "It's Better in the Bahamas": From Relationship Initiation to Marriage
Raeann R. Hamon
3. Mate Selection Preferences and Practices in Ecuador and Latin America
Paul L. Schvaneveldt
4. Mate Selection in Trinidad and Tobago: A Multireligious, Multicultural Perspective
Winston Seegobin and Kristen M. Tarquin
Part III: Africa
5. Tradition and Change in Family and Marital Processes: Selecting a Marital Partner in Ghana
Baffour K. Takyi
6. Connecting Generations: Kamba and Maasai Paths to Marriage in Kenya
Stephan M. Wilson, Lucy W. Ngige, and Linda J. Trollinger
Part IV: The Middle East
7. Love, Courtship, and Marriage From a Cross-Cultural Perspective: The Upper Middle Class Egyptian Example
Bahira Sherif-Trask
8. Couple Formation in Israeli Jewish Society
Shulamit N. Ritblatt
9. Marriage in Turkey
Nuran Horta‡su
Part V: Europe
10. Couple Formation Practices in Spain
J. Roberto Reyes
11. The Development of Intimate Relationships in the Netherlands
Manfred H. M. van Dulmen
Part VI: Asia
12. Mate Selection in Contemporary India: Love Marriages Versus Arranged Marriages
Nilufer P. Medora
13. The Transition of Courtship, Mate Selection, and Marriage in China
Yan R. Xia and Zhi G. Zhou
14. Multiplicity of Paths to Couple Formation in Japan
Colleen I. Murray and Naoko Kimura
Author Index
Subject Index
About the Editors
About the Contributors
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Mate selection Cross-cultural studies, Courtship Cross-cultural studies, Marriage Cross-cultural studies