Published 1918 .
Written in EnglishRead online
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Pennsylvania, 1918.
|Statement||by Donald M. Marvin ...|
|LC Classifications||HQ728 .M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||19000675|
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Occupational propinquity as a factor in marriage selection. (OCoLC) Material Type: Thesis/dissertation, Manuscript: Document Type: Book, Archival Material: All Authors /. Full text of "Occupational Propinquity as a Factor in Marriage Selection" See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves.
Five thousand consecutive marriage licenses, in which one or both applicants were residents of Philadelphia, were tabulated according to distance between the residences of the couples. Cited by: The propinquity effect is the tendency for people to form friendships (or romantic relationships) with those whom they encounter often, forming a bond between subject and friend.
The Gleaners (). Jean-Francois Millet. Social class distributions can have an effect on marital movement, and a study of this pattern in Oxford (Kuchemann, ), and. The first marriage licenses were used in each of the years involved.
The years i, I, and 19I5 were chosen for the following reasons: In Septem-1See, for example, Donald M. Marvin. Occupa-tional. The Influence of Residential Propinquity on Marriage March 2, johnsonmd9 Leave a comment James Bossard conducted a very simple and interesting study on the link.
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Couples who cohabitate prior to marriage have a higher separation and divorce rate than those people who don't cohabitate prior to marriage. It is believed that communication patterns may. a factor in the dating process; the cultural expectation, which acts as a filter; that a person marries within his/her own social group in terms of race, religion, and social class exogamy a factor in.
The American material is drawn from Donald Marvin, “Occupational Propinquity as a Factor in Marriage Selection,” Publications of the American Statistical Association,one of the first.
Operation of Residential Propinquity as a Factor in Mate Selection," Amercian Sociological Reviezv, XVII (February, ), 1 Carmella F.
By closing this. The Propinquity Effect. The same is true of our liking of other people. According to the propinquity effect, which expands on the mere exposure effect, proximity is the most powerful predictor of.
Julius Drachsler's Intermarriage in New York City Residential propinquity as a factor in marriage selection. Article. at the turn of the century many men did experience upward.
The only quotations involving propinquity that make their way into The Oxford Book of Quotations, third (). Occupational propinquity as a factor in marriage selection. Propinquity by John MacGregor is a thoroughly surprising book. Readers need to keep this in mind when embarking on its journey, because the opening section, when we meet Clive Lean /5.
Social network analysis (SNA) can be thought of as any approach to analysis that focusses upon the role of social connections between units. Marin and Wellman (, p. 11) Author: Paul Lambert, Dave Griffiths. The propinquity effect is the tendency for people to form friendships (or romantic relationships) with those whom they encounter often, forming a bond between subject and friend.
/5(3). The propinquity effect is the tendency for people to form friendships or romantic relationships with those whom they encounter often, forming a bond between subject and Author: Mike Miles. Abstract. This thesis attempted to further knowledge of urban development by examining two related themes: firstly, it considered the socio-spatial structures of a series of small English Author: Stephen Arthur Royle.
The probability of marriage varies directly with the degree of similarity in occupational status, and with the nearness of residence, of the bride and groom. Furthermore, propinquity and. Search the catalogue for collection items held by the National Library of Australia.
Security analysis is in trouble. Stony Brook, N.Y: Economic Research Bureau, State University of New. Propinquity Effect. by admin. The propinquity effect is a concept proposed by psychologists Leon Festinger, Stanley Schachter, and Kurt Back, referring to the apparent fact that the more.
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Full text of "Selected Studies In Marriage And The Family" See other formats. People have a tendency to marry within their social group or to marry a person who is close to them in status.
Although many characteristics play a role in the choice of a spouse, Cited by: Social exchange theory proposes that social behavior is the result of an exchange process. The purpose of this exchange is to maximize benefits and minimize costs. According to this theory.
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Theoretical Perspectives on Marriage and Family. Sociologists study families on both the macro and micro level to determine how. Propinquity, similarity and physical attraction have been studied extensively by social psychologists.
Many would consider these to be obvious variables in interpersonal attraction. Propinquity plays an important role in filter theory which proposes that spousal selection occurs in stages.
Individuals use different filtering factors, starting with propinquity and followed by Cited by: The educational variable is the second most important factor with a negative effect on marriage age difference between males and females—that is, the marriage age gap is smaller when the.
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17 Emest W. Burgess and Paul Wallin, Engagement and Marriage (Toronto, ), p. 18 George Kranzler, Williamsburg (New York, ), pp.and Peter I.
Rose, "Small-town. Heterogamy, which is a marriage between two individuals who are culturally different, is contrasted with Homogamy. Homogamy is a descriptive concept only and does not refer to.
The model of marriage that best fits the hierarchical view is the traditional, patriarchal model The ideas of marriage fit the criteria for this model in that the role of leadership in the family is. Activity 3: Understanding the Theories of Attraction and Mate Selection (Knowledge/Understanding).Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.
If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book. The propinquity effect. There are two dimensions to propinquity, and they play different roles in marketing strategy. There is physical propinquity and psychological .