Recepcja kultury obcej przez Polki tworzące małżeństwa binacjonalne
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Today, in the era of post-modernity, the ethnically, racially, religiously, culturally or nationally mixed marriages are more and more frequent phenomenon, contributing to the emergence of new types of cultural identity. Nationally mixed marriages (binational) define a new cultural quality when they do not concern only individuals, but when they become a phenomenon which is statistically frequent, and even dominant in a broader social context. Mixed marriages represented 1.78% (3,367) of the total number of marriages contracted in Poland. The statistics shows that binational marriages in today’s Europe have a tendency to increase. This article shows how people creating such compounds perceive the culture of their partners which is different from their own culture.
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