Creating Families Across Boundaries: A Case Study of Romanian–Egyptian Mixed Marriages

Cairo Papers Vol. 28, No. 1

Ana Vinea

Based on unstructured interviews with thirteen Romanian–Egyptian couples presently living in Cairo, this study focuses on three interrelated aspects

English edition
7 September 2007
144 pp.
14X21cm
ISBN 9789774160790
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Based on unstructured interviews with thirteen Romanian–Egyptian couples presently living in Cairo, this study focuses on three interrelated aspects of these mixed marriages: the contexts that allowed the formation of the mixed families; the practices in which the couples engage in terms of household organization, gender relations, and kinship; and the role of religion in the lives of the mixed couples and how both the men and women position themselves in this regard. Cairo Papers Vol. 28, No. 1

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