intermarriage


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in·ter·mar·riage

(in'tĕr-mar'ij),
1. Marriage of relatives.
2. Marriage of people of different races or cultures.

intermarriage

(ĭn″tĕr-măr′ĭj) [″ + maritare, to marry]
1. Marriage between persons from two distinct populations.
2. Marriage between related individuals.
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Conversely, intermarriage between groups can mean that these groups are becoming more similar with regard to other social and demographic characteristics.
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While 76% percent of Arabs oppose intermarriage between a Jewish man and Arab woman, 61% are opposed to intermarriage between a Jewish woman and Arab man - meaning they are more tolerant of Arab men marrying Jewish women.
If this is true, the rise in religious intermarriage over time may not be as pronounced as it appears, since the study measures only marriages intact today (i.
Intermarriage is often called the "final stage" in assimilation for ethnic minorities (Gordon 1964).
Jane Larkin, a New Jersey native and author of "From Generation to Generation: A story of intermarriage and Jewish continuity," will explore the “oys” and “joys” of being a parent or grandparent of a child in an interfaith relationship on Tuesday, April 28 at 7:30PM at Beth Haverim Shir Shalom in Mahwah, NJ.
Brown told the CBC that the intermarriage ban was rooted in Virginia's culture of racism.
Vincent and his team analyzed the genes of two families with intermarriage, one Austrian and one Pakistani, and identified a disruption in the METTL23 gene linked to mild recessive intellectual disability.
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Speaking at a function organised by elders and intellectuals from Central Equatoria state in his honour, Igga identified an application of the rule of law, regardless of social and political status, which allows for intermarriage and the introduction of an educational system in which school age children from different ethnic backgrounds can study together.