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5 Matching questions

  1. Family of cohabitation
  2. Socialization
  3. 4 functions of family
  4. Marriage
  5. Polygyny
  1. a Provision of intimacy
    Formation of a cooperative economic unit
    Reproduction and socialization
    Assignment of social roles and status
  2. b 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.
  3. c the shaping of individual behavior to conform to social or cultural norms
  4. d Family formed through living or cohabiting with another person, whether they are married or unmarried
  5. e The practice of having two or more wives.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A group of two or more persons related by birth, marriage, or adoption, and residing together in a household
  2. One or more people-everyone living in a housing unit
  3. The practice of having only one spouse at a time over and over again.
  4. The practice of having only one spouse at a time
  5. 1. Continuity as a result of emotional attachments, rights, and obligation.
    2. Close proximity
    3. Intimate awareness
    4. Economic benefits

5 True/False questions

  1. Affiliated Kinthe shaping of individual behavior to conform to social or cultural norms

          

  2. Consanguineous relationshipscreated through biological ties. (through birth)

          

  3. Families are dynamicIf one family member does an action-it affects the entire family

          

  4. Social institutionThe patterned regular ways in which a society has organized to meet its basic need

          

  5. Liberal perspectiveThe changes in family patterns are just that- changes, not signs of familial decline