This essay focuses on a matter of free choice. advantages, and drawbacks of the three types of marriages presented Responses are not provided 30 Question
Provides a response to parts a, b, or c but not to all three Does not provide a response to any parts of the organizer 30 Topical Response Provides responses that relate to personal biases, advantages, and drawbacks of the three types of marriages presented Responses are only partially related to personal biases, advantages, and drawbacks of the three types of marriages presented Responses are not provided 30 Question Develops a question that social scientists might ask to further the investigation of marriage Develops a question, but the question is not relevant to content provided A question is not provided 30 Communicates Clearly Clearly communicates ideas and thoughts in graphic organizer Responses in graphic organizer needs clarification in order to support ideas presented Responses in graphic organizer are not legible and key ideas are not understandable 10 T.
In most societies marriage also established the permissible social relations allowed to the offspring, including the acceptable selection of future spouses.
Until the late 20th century, marriage was rarely a matter of free choice. In Western societies love between spouses came to be associate with marriage, but even in Western cultures
Some form of marriage has been find to exist in all human societies, past and present. Its importance can be seen in the elaborate and complex laws and rituals surrounding it. Although these laws and rituals are as varied and numerous as human social and cultural organizations, some universals do apply.