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Dating practices in iraq

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While the information and observations provided in the Cultural Atlas have been summarised from reliable sources, it is important to bear in mind that the information is a general guideline.

Cultures are complex, dynamic and constantly changing, and every country has great depth and diversity.

You are most welcome to help us update the information by commenting on any content using the feedback tools."Iraqi households are usually multigenerational, with up to four generations living together.

However, the concept of family often extends to include all possible related kin that can be traced in their lineage.

The interests of the family are expected to supersede those of the individual, and loyalty (such as preferential treatment) is shown to fellow family members.

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Population: As of July 2008 the population was 28,221,180.

Interviews were conducted with three resettlement coordinators from a local VOLAG (voluntary resettlement agency) and a mental health professional from a social service agency serving refugees.

Published literature was reviewed and incorporated where indicated.

Reviewer(s): Muna Alkhalidi, MD, MPH/MCH, Family Health Clinic/KFSH & RC/Riyadh/Saudi Arabia; A.

Hadi Al Khalili, MD, Cultural Attaché, Embassy of Iraq, Washington, DC; Donna Denno, MD, MPH, Departments of Pediatrics and Global Health, University of Washington; Nuhad Dinno, MD, Emeritus Clinical Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Washington; Beth Farmer, MSW, RC, International Counseling & Community Services; Margaret Hinson, JFS Refugee & Immigrant Service Centers; Griffith Lambert, JFS Refugee & Immigrant Service Centers; Stephanie Lennon, Asian Counseling and Referral Service; Courtney Madsen, MA, International Rescue Committee; Baidaa Weli, JFS Refugee & Immigrant Service Centers In February 2011, Ethno Med staff and two University of Washington students conducted two focus groups with a total of eight refugees from Iraq who had at that time been in the Seattle area from between 3 weeks to 3 years.