They may be shocked to think that they were engaged in an intimate activity with each other, however from an experiential point of view, they would be very intimately involved Healthy Place, But all these types of intimacy or intimate relationships are not equally existed in all stages of our social system. These are gradually changed from one era to another. The intimacy or intimate relationships of pre-modernity, modernity and late-modernity Giddens used the term late-modernity instead of post-modernity are quite different.
These changes of intimacy from one social stage to another may have both positive and negative impacts. The purpose of this article is to present a detailed description about intimacy or intimate relationship and its transformation from one social stage to another. The system, process and trends of intimacy are gradually transforming. But this transformation varies from one country to another; one society to another; and one era to another. To explore the variation of this transformation or changes of intimate relationships is another significant objective of this article.
Like other countries of the world, the pattern of intimacy or intimate relationships is also transforming or changing in the developing countries like Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. This transformation of intimacy, especially in the developing countries has multidimensional impact. This paper also tries to explore such impact of transformation of intimacy in such kinds of developing countries.
Transformation of intimacy generally denotes how intimate relationships are transformed from pre-modernity to modernity and from modernity to post-modernity or late-modernity. The lifestyle and livelihood pattern, nature, attitude, behavior, emotion and sexuality of the people of pre-modern society are gradually changed in modern society. And all of these of modern society are also gradually changed in post-modern or late-modern society Fig. Intimate relationship has over the last four or five decades evolved so far from its long-established ways—mutating in diverse directions—that its very nature and structuring, once a largely unquestioned given, is clearly up for some deep questioning and reformulating Augustus, Changes of human intimacy or changes of all the aspects of intimate relationship which human being possess, lead to changes the overall social system.
So with the transformation of intimacy from pre-modern society to modern society and from modern society to post-modern or late-modern society, the overall social system in these three phases is also transformed or changed. Human history can be divided into three phases: pre-modern, modern and post modern. There is no definite beginning or end to each of these phases; rather they merge into one another, as not all societies moved forward at the same time.
Although most industrialized countries are now considered post modern, a large proportion of the Third World 5 remains modern or in some cases pre- modern. Pre- Modern is the period in society which came prior to Modernity, which began in Europe after the introduction of Industrial society and large scale production UKessays, They are just less likely to be found in an industrialized country like the United States, but they do still exist in some form here in our country.
Also, if you were to travel to a place like Pakistan or Ghana, you would probably still find many pre-modern societies Study. In pre-modern society love, relationship and intimacy were not so popular like modern and post-modern societies.
Because in pre-modern society marriages were conducted at very early ages and people had very less opportunity to fall in love before marriage. It has been known for a long time that the age of marriage, particularly for females, has been quite early in the Indo-Pakistan subcontinent Ahmed, There are strong indications that the age of marriage for both males and females has been rising during the last half-century Agarwala, In the pre-modernity, societies were agriculture based and developing countries were far behind from the advancement of science and technology.
Sometimes some love stories were found; and most of them were Persian or Arabian, but these also had a great impact among the people of Indian sub-continent. The love story of Laila and Majnu is a very famous one and is no less than a legend. They were two in flesh, but one in spirit. It is based on the real story of a young man called Qays ibn al-Mullawah from the northern Arabian Peninsula, in the Umayyad era during the seventh century.
Laila was a beautiful girl born in a rich family. Being no less than a princess , she was expected to marry a wealthy boy and live in grandeur and splendor. But love is born from the heart; it knows no rules Fig. Laila fell in love with Qays and he too loved her dearly. Qays was a poet and belonged to the same tribe as Laila. He composed splendid love poems and dedicated them to his lady-love, telling in them his love for her and mentioning her name often. But such taunts had no effect on Qays.
He was deeply in love with Laila and it was her thoughts alone that possessed his mind for all time. One day, he went up to them and put the big question before them. But Qays was a poor lad. It would mean a scandal for Laila according to Arab traditions. As fate would have it, the two lovers were banished from seeing each other. When Qays heard of her marriage he was heartbroken. He fled the tribe camp and wandered in the surrounding desert. His family eventually gave up on his return and left food for him in the wilderness.
Day and night, he pined for her. Laila was no better. Seperated from Qays, she was shattered in mind, body and spirit.
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But they could not find him. Not much later, their search for him came to an end. On a rock near the grave, he had carved three verses of poetry, which are the last three verses ascribed to him. The tragic love story of Shirin and Farhad is well known today, from Turkey to India and is especially popular in Iran.
The encounter between Shirin and Farhad is part of a longer and much more tragic love story of Shirin and Khusrow. Farhad, the bearded man in the images, was a humble engineer, artist and craftsmen famed for his skillet carving rock, who served Shirin, the Queen of Armenia. Farhad fell in love with Shirin. In order to dissuade Farhad from his love for Shirin, Khusrow set him the impossible task of carving a tunnel through Mount Behistun. Before starting this arduous task, Farhad carved the likeness of Shirin into the rock face.
It was that moment that is captured in these two miniature paintings. He is tricked by Khusrow into believing that Shirin has died, after which he kills himself using the tools that he had used to carve her very image into the rock Mia. Although these two tragic stories were Persian or Arabian, they had a great impact among the people of Indian sub-continent. Films were made in India about these two tragic love stories.
These two famous films regarding two tragic love stories had a great impact among the people of whole Indian subcontinent. The Semitic romances of Shrin and Farhad, Laila and Majnun on their migration from Arabia and Persia, with the advent of the Muslims in India, have spread all over the Indian subcontinent. Besides being immensely popular in the respective places of their origin, they have crossed their native borders, have spread widely and have extended their influence all around.
In course of time, they have become the vehicles of expression of personal emotion, empirical feelings, spiritual experiences and national sentiments of the people of those lands too Shan, These two tragic love stories are the examples of love and intimacy in pre-modern society when premarital love relationships were not as common as we see in the present era and the rate of success in love was also very low, particularly in Indian subcontinent.
A modern society generally denotes a society that tries to continually move forward through its evolving ideas, norms, values, manners, practices and innovation. More specifically we can say that the idea of modern society is sort of social patterns that have been created as a result of industrialization.
That means the era of modernity or modern society has been started from the very beginning of industrial revolution. Giddens concentrates on a contrast between traditional pre-modern culture and post-traditional modern culture. In traditional societies, individual actions need not be extensively thought about, because available choices are already determined by the customs, traditions, etc. In contrast, in post-traditional or modern society people actors, agents are much less concerned with the precedents set by earlier generations, and they have more choices, due to flexibility of law and public opinion.
This however means that individual actions in modern society require more analysis and thought before they are taken. Society is more reflexive and aware; something Giddens is fascinated with, illustrating it with examples ranging from state governance to intimate relationships Giddens, It is an interesting idea that romantic love is a product of modernity — or, at least, was accompanied with the process of modernization.
Romantic relationships are voluntary and symmetrical, in contrast to the kinship or legal bonds that commonly circumscribe care giving relationships. Romantic relationships also involve dependency, which is reciprocal between the partners, unlike the more asymmetrical dependency of child on caregiver; and the reciprocal dependency of romantic partners is likely to be both greater and more extensive than the reliance of friends upon one another. Finally, romantic relationships are marked by an amalgam of love, passion, and actual or anticipated sexual activity Andrew Collins and Alan Sroufe, Passion and sex, of course, have existed forever Giddens, Romantic love, on the other hand, has not it represents the first phase of modern intimacy and was first recognized in the eighteenth century.