5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- The family of orientation
- Affiliated Kin
- Shared features of a marriage
- a The practice of having two or more spouses at a time.
The preferred marital arrangement worldwide.
- b 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
- c The family in which we grew up
- d unrelated individuals who feel and are treated as if they were relatives
- e Our attitudes and beliefs affect and distort views...
Experience vs expertise
Ongoing social controversy
5 Multiple choice questions
- Middle class version of the nuclear family
- Share aspects of both liberal and conservative positions
- The practice of having only one spouse at a time over and over again.
- 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.
- Family formed through living or cohabiting with another person, whether they are married or unmarried
5 True/False questions
Socialization → the shaping of individual behavior to conform to social or cultural norms
Ideological positions (Not absolute) → Provision of intimacy
Formation of a cooperative economic unit
Reproduction and socialization
Assignment of social roles and status
Traditional gender roles → Middle class version of the nuclear family
Families are diverse → Not all families react the same way
Consanguineous relationships → created through biological ties. (through birth)