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1 Changing Patterns of Fertility and life expectations Date: Date: Sunday, 07 September 2014 To evaluate why these changes are significant for individuals, family and society To describe changes in the patterns of fertility and life expectation Starter - How do these pictures link with this topic?

2 Homework - Research The coalition government has announced changes to parental leave meaning that Mums and Dads could share time off to care for a baby. Task 1)Carry out internet research and summarise the proposal (tip – try BBC News/Guardian websites) 2)Analyse the advantages and disadvantages of this news on individuals, families and society. 3)Evaluate whether you think it is a good or bad idea (drawing on evidence and sociological ideas)

3 Analysing impact Women are delaying childbirth until an older age. 1)Identify at least one advantage for: a)The individual woman b)The family c)Society 2) Identify at least one disadvantage for: a)The individual woman b)The family c)Society 3) Explain your personal opinion as to whether women should delay childbirth, taking into account the impact on individuals, the family and society. TIF – Explain an opposing viewpoint to your own

4 Why are we living longer? Welfare Developments in pubic health e.g. sewage system Improvements in medicine & healthcare Reduction in infant mortality

5 Lower fertility rates + Higher life expectancy = Aging population Facts It is estimated that by 2026, 19% of the population will be aged under 16, 61% will be aged and 20% will be aged 65 and over. What are the social consequences of an aging population?

6 Discuss how far sociologists would agree that an aging population is good for society (12 marks)

7 Just a minute

8 Single parent family

9 Just a minute Extended family

10 Just a minute Same sex family

11 Just a minute Reconstituted family

12 Just a minute Cereal packet family

13 Just a minute Socialisation

14 Just a minute Social control

15 Just a minute Non- participant observation

16 Just a minute Sample

17 Just a minute Observer effect

18 Just a minute Closed questions

19 Just a minute Gender

20 Just a minute Status

21 Just a minute Qualitative data

22 Just a minute Values

23 Just a minute Ethnicity

24 Just a minute Culture

25 Just a minute Reliability

26 Just a minute Confidentiality

27 Just a minute Conformity

28 Just a minute Open questions

29 Just a minute Informed consent

30 Just a minute Primary data

31 Just a minute Questionnaire

32 Just a minute Participant observation

33 Just a minute Norms

34 Just a minute Quantitative data


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