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119 Chapter 19 Section 19.1 How Families Work Section 19.2 Your FamilyChapter 19Section 19.1How Families WorkSection 19.2Family Challenges1
2Section 19.1 How Families Work Families are designed to serve certain functions and follow a general cycle of growth.They are affected by societal trends.There are ways to make families stronger.2
3nurture socialization family life cycle intergenerational Content VocabularyAcademic Vocabularynurturesocializationfamily life cycleintergenerationalsupport systemmobileconfidential
4Functions of a FamilyFamilies provide the physical, emotional, social, and moral support their members need to grow and develop.Families provide for their members’ physical needs, including food, clothing, and shelter.The family is a child’s first teacher.Families help children develop values.
5The Family Life CycleMost families go through certain stages of growth and change over the years.The family life cycle includes the following stages: beginning, parenting, launching, middle-age, and retirement.family life cycleThe process of growth and change in a family over the years.5
6Family TrendsEvery family experiences changes, many of which are the result of societal trends.Some of these trends include smaller families, divorce and remarriage, single parents, longer lives, mobility, and advances in technology.How have advances in technology changed the way families live together?
7Qualities of a Strong Family Most strong families share certain qualities, including respect for one another, good communication, mutual trust, emotional support, family traditions, and support systems.support systemAll the people and organizations a person can turn to for help.
8Qualities of a Strong Family Even strong families need a support system, consisting of all the people and groups to which a family can turn.
9Section 19.2 Family Challenges Changes affect all families.Some changes are commonplace and short-term, while others can be considered crises.There are coping strategies and outside sources to help families deal with both types of changes.9
11Types of Family Changes Responding to change or crisis can bring families together.When changes occur, every family member is affected.crisisAn event or situation that overwhelms the usual coping methods and causes severe stress.
12Types of Family Changes Some family changes are moving, changing jobs, having a baby, adopting a child, and gaining step-relatives.When older children or relatives move back home, it can affect all family members.
13CrisesA crisis is an event or situation that overwhelms the usual coping methods and causes severe stress.Some crises can involve financial hardship, divorce, teen pregnancy, health, and death.
14Crises Abuse is never justified, and help must be sought for abusers. Major disasters, such as floods and earthquakes, can affect the entire family.People with alcoholism or an addition to other types of drugs need help and support to cope.alcoholismA physical and mental dependence on alcohol.abuse When a person threatens the physical or mental health of another.
15Strategies That Can Help Families must first recognize challenges that arise and then deal with them.Coping strategies include talking things over, listening, working together, and taking responsibility.Sources of help can include family, teachers, counselors, religious leaders, friends, support groups, and counselors.
16Chapter Summary Section 19.1 How Families WorkAlthough families come in many forms, they all have similar functions.Families are responsible for the physical, intellectual, emotional, social, and moral development of family members.
17Chapter Summary Section 19.1 How Families WorkAt each stage of the family life cycle, families must adapt to changing situations and priorities.Societal trends create changes that affect families.Families are strengthened by respect, communication, trust, emotional support, sharing, and support systems.
18Chapter Summary Section 19.2 Family ChallengesChanges in a family affect every member.Common changes include moving to a new home, employment changes, and additions to the family.
19Chapter Summary Section 19.2 Family ChallengesSerious changes, such as financial hardship, divorce, teen pregnancy, health issues, death, drug and alcohol problems, family violence, and major disasters, may become crises.There are coping methods and outside sources to help families through challenges.Sometimes a crisis can bring a family closer.
20ReviewDo you remember the vocabulary terms from this chapter? Use the following slides to check your knowledge of the definitions.The slides in this section include both English and Spanish terms and definitions.Start
21nurturecuidarProvide the care and attention needed to promote development.Proporcionar el cuidado y la atención necesarios para promover el desarrollo.Show Definition
22socialization socialización Learning how to interact with other people.Aprender a interactuar con otras personas.Show Definition
23family life cycle ciclo de vida familiar The process of growth and change in a family over the years.El proceso de crecimiento y cambios que suceden a una familia durante los años.Show Definition
24intergenerational intergeneracional Including family members from multiple generations.Que incluye miembros de la familia de varias generaciones.Show Definition
25sistema de apoyo support system All the people and organizations a person can turn to for help. Las personas y organizaciones a las que una persona puede acudir para pedir ayuda. Show Definition
26móvilmobileMoveable.Que se puede mover.Show Definition
28crisiscrisisAn event or situation that overwhelms the usual coping methods and causes severe stress.Acontecimiento o situación abrumadora que no se puede sobrellevar y que causa estrés extremo.Show Definition
29custodycustodiaThe legally assigned responsibility for the care of children and the decisions that affect them.La responsabilidad legal asignada por el cuidado de niños y las decisiones que los afecten.Show Definition
30griefdolorThe sorrow caused by the death of a loved one and the emotional adjustment to that loss.La pena causada por la muerte de una persona querida y el ajuste emocional a esa pérdida.Show Definition
31abuso de sustancias substance abuse The use of illegal drugs or the misuse of legal drugs or substances.El consumo de drogas ilegales o el abuso de medicamentos o sustancias legales.Show Definition
32alcoholism alcoholismo A physical and mental dependence on alcohol. Dependencia física y mental al alcohol.Show Definition
33abuse abuso (maltrato) When a person threatens the physical or mental health of another.Cuando una persona amenaza la salud física o mental de otra.Show Definition
34neglectdescuidoThe failure to give the proper or required care and attention to somebody, including children, older adults, and those who cannot care for themselves.El no dar el cuidado y atención adecuados o necesarios a alguien, incluyendo a niños, adultos mayores y aquellos que no se pueden cuidar por sí mismos.Show Definition