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5 Matching questions

  1. sociocultural context matter: for 1st generation chinese american adolescents
  2. influences impact of divorce: parental conflict
  3. differences in children affect parenting style
  4. Permissive
  5. family dynamics
  1. a (low demandingness, high responsiveness) responsive to child's wants and needs. lenient with child. do not require self-regulation
  2. b how the family operates as a whole. All members influence each other in multiple ways. Not just behavior that affects other family members, but nature too(e.g., biological characteristics of parents and children
    (key concept, can explain)
  3. c physical attractiveness; attractive children treated more affectionately. behavior and temperament; degree to which they are emotionally negative, unregulated, disobedient. perceptions of parents attitudes can impact self-image
  4. d distress, may cause insecurity
  5. e authoritative parenting does not equal positive outcomes. authoritarian parenting does not equal negative outsomes

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. more likely authoritarian.
  2. competent(social and acedemic). self-assured, self-reliant. popular with peers. exhibit control over their behavior. low in antisocial behavior and drug use
  3. 15.1%, 46.2 million people in poverty. African americans= 27.4%. Hispanics= 26.6%. Non-hispanic whites=9.9%. Asian American= 12.1%. Under 18=22%. more children in poverty than adults(13.7%) and seniors(9%)
  4. (high demandingness, low responsiveness)cold/unresponsive to child's needs. extremely controlling and/or demanding. Expect children to comply without question. use threats and punishments to exercise parental power
  5. big issue growing--more and more mothers are working outside the home; in 1995: 45% infants under 1 year and 78% of 4 year olds were in day care. 21% receive care from relative, 18% from non-relatives, 31% in day care. Both ways argues

5 True/False questions

  1. Maternal employment has little impact on childrens developmenthigher academic competence. children in low income families can benefit from maternal employment; higher self-esteem, more positive feeling. Can be especially good for girls. Low paying jobs, less supportive parenting and less stimulating home environment

          

  2. Children of rejecting/neglecting parentsdisturbed attachment as infants. poor peer relationships in childhood. in adolescence, exhibit: antisocial behavior, poor self regulation, internalizing problems(e.g., depressing,withdrawal), more likely to use drugs, engage in sex, low academic and social competence

          

  3. traditional family structure is changinggetting married later. both parents work. having kids later. higher rates of divorce. more children born to unwed mothers. more single-parent families
    -older age of first marriage
    -older parents
    -more divorce
    -more single-parent families

          

  4. sibling relationships: only child (NOT ON STUDY GUIDE)on average; high self-esteem, high achievement motivation, competent in peer relationships. compared with children with siblings; more obedient, slightly intellectually advanced

          

  5. Sibling relationship: negative side (NOT ON STUDY GUIDE)sibling rivarly. parental differential treatment