Lammers (1999), "Occupational Homogamy
in Eight Countries of the European Union, 1975-89", Acta Sociologica, vol.
Thus, we can deduce from the above data that families comprised of Han mothers are more prone to integration and assimilation than those with Hui mothers, and hence homogamy
is a significant instrument for keeping ethnic cultural values intact and for handing down to the next generations their native religious and cultural traits.
This study aims to investigate matrimonial strategy among Chaouis by exploring different types of assortative mating: consanguinity, endogamy and social homogamy
(cultural and professional) in order to establish the Chaouis family structure.
That is, just as spouses have increasingly similar incomes (marital homogamy
is rising), so too neighborhoods are becoming increasingly homogeneous by income (residential segregation is rising).
Van Poppel, Frans, Aart Laefbroer yjeroen Vermunt (2001), "Love, Necessity and Opportunity: Changing Patterns of Marital Age Homogamy
in the Netherlands, 1850-1993", Population Studies, vol.
The role of personality and intelligence according to the results of this present study, is genuine which, in turn, invalidates the idea that the social homogamy
hypothesis can explain similarities in personality and intelligence between members of a couple.
1998) "Marital Homogamy
in the United States: The Influence of Individual and Paternal Education".
Numerous studies at the individual, social psychological level, for example, have documented the influence of homogamy
in mate selection and marriage, indicating that religiously homogamous couples have more successful marriages than "mixed couples" and are less apt to divorce (Call and Heaton, 1997; Heaton and Pratt, 1990; Ortega et al.
Consistent with marital homogamy
, the mean age of the men is 36.
Morris, Configuring the Bo(u)nds of Marriage: The Implications of Hawaiian Culture & Values for the Debate About Homogamy
, 8 YALE J.
The influence of religious stability and homogamy
on the relationship between religiosity and alcohol use among Protestants.
The theory of homogamy
is suggested as an explanation for the findings.