The Territorial Separated Marriage As a New Reality

Wednesday, July 16, 2014: 10:00 AM
Room: 313+314
Distributed Paper
Natalia GULIAEVA , Sibirian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Aim of this research is a one new form of marriage – the territorial separated marriage. Now some part of migrants have two (or more) families: the first is in the motherland and the alternative – on the migration territory. What are the reasons of this situation? How many kinds and species it has? What are the profit and problems men and women have? What about children?

Background of this research is the theory of demographic transition, theory of social stratification and social mobility, analysis of the international labor market and labor migration and the model of balance outlays/income of the generation offered by author, published in the paper of RC33 Eighth International Conference on Social Science Methodology in Sydney, July 2012 (N. P. Guliaeva. Socio-demographic problem of modern society: age structure, migration and labour force). The research method is the analysis of the open (official) statistic data, media data (including Internet source) and the results of investigating activity published by another authors and researching centers.

Results: the territorial separated marriage is a new form of marriage generated by long-time migration. Appearance a new marriage on recipient territory often does not destroyed a first marriage on the motherland. Frequently it is because the migrant has not possibility or necessity removing the first family to the job land. At the same time the job of the working migrant is the main source of income to both families.

It is concluded that the territorial separated marriage is reality. As international migration is growing it is opportunity of the dissemination of this form of the marriage