Bachelorhood vs Marriage

Topics: Suicide, Marriage, Adultery Pages: 10 (2517 words) Published: February 22, 2014


Bachelorhood vs. Marriage
A research report on the above topic for ‘Eng 105-Advanced Composition’ course as a partial course completion requirement.

Prepared for:
Mr. Abdus Selim
Lecturer
Eng 105 Section: 6
North South University

Prepared by:
Safwan Dawood Shams
Id# 093-0670-530

Acknowledgement
I would like to express deep appreciation and thanks to all the students of North South University who helped me by sparing their valuable time and participating in the questionnaires of the survey allowing me to complete my research within the specified deadline. I would also like to thank my course instructor, Mr Abdus Selim for his valuable guidance, support, instructions and all out cooperation in writing the research paper.

Abstract
This research paper is on the topic “Bachelorhood vs. Marriage”. Marriage has been a usual norm through centuries. It is a bonding that binds a man and a woman towards a new relationship with the aim of sharing responsibilities, happiness and sorrows till the day they die. It has been a normal phenomenon in the society which recently has been faced by some changes from the new generation. On the other hand, bachelorhood is a state where a man/woman is not married or not in a pair bond. It includes men/women who lives independently, outside of their parents’ home and other institutional settings who are not engaged in a bond of marriage. Through this research, I wanted to find out whether the upcoming generation is in for marriage or in favour of staying single throughout their whole life. My hypothesis was staying bachelor rather than getting involved in matrimonial relationship will eliminate many societal problems like divorce, frustration, suicide etc. However, I also expected to find out what a matrimonial relationship means to the upcoming generation and some reasons through which I can prove my hypothesis to be true. After conducting the research, I can conclude that my hypothesis has been proved wrong through my questionnaire of the survey. Furthermore, I have found out some additional information about the problems of relationships while conducting my surveys. I also tried using a few secondary sources like, articles, write-ups related to my hypothesis.

I faced difficulty in doing the secondary research since I had fewer time in my hand and there are not much write-ups yet written considering the upcoming generation of Bangladesh.

Table of Contents

Item
Page No
Introduction
5
Background
6
Areas of Research
7
Hypothesis
8
Methodology
9
Primary data, presentation & analysis
10-18
Secondary data
19
Limitation
20
Conclusion
20
Reference
21
Appendix

Introduction
Marriage has been a usual norm through centuries. It is a bonding that binds a man and a woman towards a new relationship with the aim of sharing responsibilities, happiness and sorrows till the day they die. It has been a normal phenomenon in the society which recently has been faced by some changes from the new generation. On the other hand, bachelorhood is a state where a man/woman is not married or not in a pair bond. It includes men/women who lives independently, outside of their parents’ home and other institutional settings who are not engaged in a bond of marriage.

The surveyed group that is students of North South University are most likely to reach the age group soon where they have to take the important decision of getting married or staying single which will have a significant effect on their future. The topic “Bachelorhood vs. Marriage” seemed to be an interesting to me due to numerous reasons. Firstly, as a growing adult of this generation pretty soon I will have to take the decision myself. In addition most of the people around me are also concerned about taking decisions on the similar matter. Therefore, I decided to work on the above topic which hopefully would contribute an overall view to the perception of...

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