Should married women take their husbands' name?

September 1997
Jet;09/01/97, Vol. 92 Issue 15, p54
Presents the opinion of Dr. Kenneth V. Hardy, professor of family therapy at Syracuse University, and others on the practice of a woman taking her husband's surname at marriage. The importance of the surname, in terms of self-identification; Unfortunate presumptions about women who chose to keep their names; Bishop Thomas Jakes Sr., supporting use of the husband's name as an extension of his scripturally-based predominance; Comments from Audry B. Chapman; Angie and Debbie Winans.


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