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  1. why do we have families? (functions of family)
  2. children of authoritative parents are:
  3. Maternal employment has little impact on childrens development
  4. Rejecting/neglecting
  5. sociocultural context matter: for 1st generation chinese american adolescents
  1. a authoritative parenting does not equal positive outcomes. authoritarian parenting does not equal negative outsomes
  2. b adequate supervision matter, however long hours can have negative impact on infants' cognitive development if mom returns to work before baby is 9 months old
  3. c competent(social and acedemic). self-assured, self-reliant. popular with peers. exhibit control over their behavior. low in antisocial behavior and drug use
  4. d (low demandingness, low responsiveness). diengaged. low in demandingness and responsiveness. do not set limits or monitor child's behavior. focused on own needs rather than child's.
  5. e 1. survival of offspring, 2. economic training/function 3. cultural training

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. (high demandingness, high responsiveness) demanding, but warm and responsive. set clear standards and limits,monitor behavior, firm enforcement of important limits
  2. varies greatly from family to family, and even from child to child in a given family
  3. hostility towards children or uninvolved parents. inconsistent parenting. Parents less likely to support each other in parenting. Kids face increased risk of depression, loneliness, unregulated behavior, delinquency, substance abuse
  4. harder for younger children to understands, afraid of abandonment; older children have trouble with adjustment, especially if stepparent
  5. first born; higher achievers(higher"need for achievements"). later born; more popular,outgoing, risk-takers

5 True/False Questions

  1. Maternal employment&childcare: some caseslow SES value conformity in children, high SES value independence and autonomy.

          

  2. contributions to family dynamicsbehavior(direct and indirect effects), availability of social support, development of children

          

  3. differences in children affect parenting styleauthoritative, authoritarian, permissive, rejecting/neglecting

          

  4. stepparenting (NOT ON STUDY GUIDE)in 1996, about 6% of kids lived with a stepparent(80% of which were stepfathers). Entry of stepparent into family can be very stressful for children; reassess their position in family, wonder if mom will be happier, have to balance acceptance of stepparent while maintaing relationship with biological parent

          

  5. children of authoritarian parents arelower in competence(social and academic). unhappy and unfriendly. low in self-confidence

          

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