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  1. Shared features of a marriage
  2. Traditional gender roles
  3. Ideological positions (Not absolute)
  4. Myths
  5. Affiliated Kin
  1. a Despite cultural and historical variation the following characteristic seem to be shared:
    Gender, sexuality, relationships with kin and in-laws, legitimacy of children
    Establishment of specific roles within the wider community
    Transferr of wealth and property
    Assignment of responsibility for caring for and socializing children or thier relatives
  2. b Male: Instrumental
    Rationality
    Aggression
    Goal-orientation
    Competitiveness

    Female: Expressive
    Nurturance
    Peacemaking
    Emotional expression
  3. c Conservatives:Pessimistic
    Liberals: Optimistic
    Centrists: Blend of both
  4. d unrelated individuals who feel and are treated as if they were relatives
  5. e Universal Nuclear family
    Self reliant traditional family

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. The patterned regular ways in which a society has organized to meet its basic need
  2. the shaping of individual behavior to conform to social or cultural norms
  3. A legally recognized union between two people. Generally a man and a woman, in which they are united sexually, cooperate economically, and may give birth to, adopt, or rear children.
    In western cultures, the only legal form is monogomy
    As simple as such a definition may make it seem, it differs among cultures and has changed considerably in our society.
  4. The social organization of the family
  5. One or more people-everyone living in a housing unit

5 True/False Questions

  1. Traditional FamilyMiddle class version of the nuclear family

          

  2. Family of procreationCommon term for the family formed through marriage and childbearing

          

  3. The family of orientationCommon term for the family formed through marriage and childbearing

          

  4. Why we live in families1. Continuity as a result of emotional attachments, rights, and obligation.
    2. Close proximity
    3. Intimate awareness
    4. Economic benefits

          

  5. PolyandryThe practice of having two or more wives.

          

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