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By Augustin Barbara

An increasing number of marriages are bringing jointly companions from diverse nationalities, cultures, races and religions. during this examine of the phenomenon of "mixed" marriages the problems are introduced alive by means of the common quotations from a variety of such marriages. the writer has labored for a few years within the zone of intercultural clash and he's additionally interested by the educational of marriage counsellors.

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On the one hand we have a group of men, foreign workers, spending one Sunday in summer on a beach far from their homeland. And on the other hand we have three young female workers, originally from the country, that is to say strangers to the town, who have also gone for a relaxing day on the nearest beach. Moreover, the resemblance between the ways in which they live, work and spend their leisure time might well have been decisive in fostering a continuation of their meeting one another, leading, as in this case, as far as marriage itself.

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An employee in a travel agency). A whole hierarchy of attraction and fascination seems to be taking shape, although it is not always a conscious thing: It's quite clear-cut, for far-off countries where men are in the majority. As far as the Mediterranean countries are concerned, it is essentially women. We went on a trip to Greece: there were twice as many women as men (Idem). If men travel further afield it is perhaps because they have more opportunity and because their professional positions mean that they earn more than women.

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