Sociology Chapter 12- The Family and Household Diversity
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In a legal sense, the transfer of the legal rights, responsibilities, and privileges of parenthood to a new legal parent or parents.
A kinship system in which both sides of a person's family are regarded as equally important
The practice of living together as a male-female couple without marrying
an authority pattern in which spouses are regarded as equals
the restriction of mate selection to people within the same group
the requirement that people select a mate outside certain groups
a family in which relatives-such as grandparents, aunts, or uncles-live in the same home as parents and their childeren
pride in the extended family, expressed through the maintenance of close ties and strong obligations to kinfolk outside the immediate family
a set of people related by blood, marriage, or some other agreed-on relationship, or adoption, who share the primary responsibility for reproduction and caring for members of society
the devaluation of workers who seek or who are presumed to need flexible work agrrangments
the conscious or unconscious tendency to select a mate with personal characteristics similar to one's own.
the altering of the presentation of the self in order to create distinctive appearances and satisfy particular audiences.
the prohibition of sexual relationships between certain culturally specified relatives
the state of being related to others
a sense of virility, personal worth, and pride in one's maleness
a society in which women dominate in family decision making
a kinship system in which only the mother's relatives are significant
a form of marriage in which an individual has only one partner
a married couple and their unmarried children living together
a society in which men dominate in family decision making
a kinship system in which only the father's relatives are signifcant
a form of polygamy in which a woman may have more than one husband at the same time
a form of marriage in which an individual may have several husbands or wives simultaneously
a form of marriage in which a person may have several spouses in his or her lifetime, but only one spouse at a time
a family in which only one parent is present to care for the vhildren
the adoption of a non-white child by white parents or Hispanic child by non-Hispanics.
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