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Reflections on the impact of Education on Marriage

Maysa El-Hajj

Abstract


In the past twenty years or so, enrollment of high school graduates of both sexes in colleges and graduate studies has taken place at an unprecedented rate in Lebanon, particularly in the capital to the extent that it has been taken for granted that the only normal thing to do after the Baccalaureate, is to go to university. At the same time, like previous generations, educated men and women are expected to marry and spend their adulthood in families of their own.


Keywords


Education; Marriage

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