Marriage Preferences and Ethnic Boundaries: THE GREEK-AMERICAN CASE
Marriage Preferences and Ethnic Boundaries: THE GREEK-AMERICAN CASE by Sandra L. Schultz; International Journal of Sociology of the Family, Vol. 9, No. 2 (July-December 1979), pp. 197-208
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The relationship between ethnic identity, ethnic boundaries and marriage preferences are discussed for the case of Greek-Americans in Tucson, Arizona. Results of a marriage preference test and marital statistics of Greek-Americans in Tucson are examined. General impressions regarding Greek-Americans' idealization of marriage mate selection are presented.