Sociology 201 Chapter 7 Families
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A stable set of statues, roles, groups, and organizations that provide a foundation for addressing fundamental societal needs; an example of a social institution is the family.
Social unit based on kinship relations, a construct of meaning, and emotional and economic relationships.
An economic and residential unit.
Family consisting of parents and their children.
Two or more adult generations, related by blood, who live together in a single household.
The promotion of heterosexual, married, monogamous, white, and upper-middle -class norms.
Non accidental physical injury, from bruising to death.
Failure to provide for a child's basic needs.
Sexual partners, not married to each other, but residing in the same household
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