A changing heart
Fifty years ago, most marriages in Japan were arranged by parents and matchmakers (Nakodo). Arranged (Omiai) marriages were possible only within a culture of obedience. Obedient sons and daughters chose to do what their parents wanted them to do, the needs of society being more important than the ne...
|Published:||New York, NY : Filmakers Library, 2003.|
|Online Access:||Alexander Street Press, Filmakers Library Online Available to current SIUC students, faculty, and staff.|
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