Women, children and marriage in Swaziland.

  • Mr Russell
  • Published 1993 in International journal of sociology of the family

Abstract

While sociologists have long theorized that marriage is an almost universal institution developed to create stable units for the rearing of children, data from interviews with 100 rural and 25 urban women in Swaziland in 1988-89 reveal that these assumptions reflect narrow ethnocentric views rather than the relationship between marriage and children which… (More)

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@article{Russell1993WomenCA, title={Women, children and marriage in Swaziland.}, author={Mr Russell}, journal={International journal of sociology of the family}, year={1993}, volume={23 1}, pages={43-57} }