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Arranged marriages exist to an extent among specific groups that live in remote areas, wherein there may be limited partners to choose from.
For example, people may choose not to marry those within their village because they may be related.
Three generations living together in the same household is common.
However, apart from age, gender is often the primary way social roles and practices are organised.
Typically, single Lao women and men will form a relationship with their longtime friends, with whom they socialise within friendship groups or at festivals, school or work.
Once someone is in a relationship, it is typical for each partner to meet one another's family.
There are some notable differences between rural and urban parts of Laos.
For example, cohabitation is highly taboo in rural areas but is becoming more common among young urban couples.
Educated women tend to face inequalities in promotion rather than income.