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Research on the Impact of Polygamy on the Family Institution
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In 2004, SIS kicked off its pilot survey on the impact of Polygamy on the family Institution in the Klang Valley. The survey looked at the financial, social and emotional impact of polygamy on the family. SIS staff, members, academics and women activists formed the Polygamy research team, which carried out interviews with husbands, first wives, subsequent wives and children from the marriages. After finalising and testing the questionnaires, SIS with three other universities are ready to start calling for respondence who have experienced please type.....

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