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1 SOCIOLOGY A Down-to-Earth Approach 8/e SOCIOLOGY Chapter Sixteen: The Family This multimedia product and its contents are protected under copyright law. The following are prohibited by law: any public performance or display, including transmission of any image over a network; preparation of any derivative work, including the extraction, in whole or in part, of any images; any rental, lease, or lending of the program. James M. Henslin

2 Chapter 16: The Family Copyright © Allyn & Bacon  In U.S. - One Woman, Man, and Children  Other Cultures Polygamy and Polyandry  Approved Group into which a Child is Born? What is a Family?

3 Chapter 16: The Family Copyright © Allyn & Bacon “A family consists of people who consider themselves related by blood, marriage, or adoption.” Family Defined

4 Chapter 16: The Family Copyright © Allyn & Bacon  Nuclear – Husband, Wife, and Child(ren)  Extended – Nuclear plus: Grandparents, uncles, and aunts  Family of Orientation – family in which you grow up in  Family of Procreation – the family formed when a couples first child is born  Marriage – A groups approved mating arrangements, usually has some ritual to follow Family Can Be...

5 Chapter 16: The Family Copyright © Allyn & Bacon Families Establish Patterns of…  Mate Selection – Endogamy – Within group Exogamy – Outside group ex. Incest  Descent – Bilateral - from both parents Patrilineal – Tracing from father only Matrilineal – Tracing from mother only ex. Naxi of China  Inheritance – Depends on your decent system  Authority- Patriarchy – ex. Marriage names Common Cultural Themes

6 Chapter 16: The Family Working with a partner…  Outline each of the theoretical perspectives  Functionalist (p453)  Conflict (p )  Symbolic Interactionist (p456)  Summarize Figures: 16.1, 16.2, 16.3, and 16.4  For 16.1 and 16.3 list what your opinions are and why. How has this changed over time Copyright © Allyn & Bacon 20076

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8 Chapter 16: The Family Copyright © Allyn & Bacon  Love and Courtship in Global Perspective  Article on page 457  Marriage  Social Channels of Love and Marriage  Homogamy – the tendency of people with similar characteristics to marry one another  Propinquity – spatial nearness The Family Life Cycle

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11 Chapter 16: The Family Copyright © Allyn & Bacon Family Transitions in Later Life  Adultolescents and the Not-So-Empty Nest  Boomerang Children  42% of year olds The Family Life Cycle

12 Chapter 16: The Family Copyright © Allyn & Bacon  Latino Families  Families from Mexico – headed by married couple ---Puerto Rico  Time in the United States  Machismo – masculinity Diversity in U.S. Families

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14 Chapter 16: The Family Copyright © Allyn & Bacon  One-Parent Families  85% in % today  Led by women ---tend to be poor  Blended Families – one whose members were once part of other families EX. Page 466 Diversity in U.S. Families

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16 Chapter 16: The Family Copyright © Allyn & Bacon Diversity in U.S. Families  Families Without Children  19% without Children  “DINKS”  Stuck at home, Bored, considered Lazy

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19 Chapter 16: The Family Copyright © Allyn & Bacon  Unmarried Mothers  10% in 1970 and 34% 2007  Why? Industrialization? Further research needed…  Cohabitation - adults living together in a sexual relationship without being married  Grandparents as Parents  White 4 %Latino 7% African American 14%  Skipped Generation Families  Postponing Marriage and Childbirth  One of the most significant changes in marriage  Oldest then its ever been in history ???? The Sandwich Generation and Elder Care Trends in U.S. Families

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25 Chapter 16: The Family Copyright © Allyn & Bacon  Problems in Measuring Divorce  Children and Grandchildren of Divorce  More than 1 million a year  More likely to become?  What helps this transition?  Serial Fatherhood – Father reduces contact with family following a divorce  One sixth see dad one a week – Most never Divorce and Remarriage

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27 Chapter 16: The Family Copyright © Allyn & Bacon The Dark Side  Battering  Equally likely to attack  85% of injured are women  Why doesn’t she just leave? P 477  How to handle frustration?  Child Abuse  Home for sale p, 478  3 million cases reported each year, 900,000 substantiated  Marital Rape  1/3 to ½ half of women in shelters  Less likely to report  Intimacy Rape - Cohabitation  Incest Two Sides of Family Life

28 Chapter 16: The Family Copyright © Allyn & Bacon The Bright Side—Successful Marriages  Spouse is Best Friend  Like Spouse as Person  Think Marriage is Long-Term Commitment  Believe Marriage is Sacred Two Sides of Family Life

29 Chapter 16: The Family Copyright © Allyn & Bacon The Bright Side—Successful Marriages  Agree with Spouse Aims and Goals  Believe Spouse Grown More Interesting  Want Relationship to Succeed  Laugh Together Two Sides of Family Life

30 Chapter 16: The Family Copyright © Allyn & Bacon  Spend a Lot of Time Together  Are Quick to Express Appreciation  Committed to Promoting Mutual Welfare  Talk and Listen a Lot  Are Religious  Deal with Crises Positively Happy Families

31 Chapter 16: The Family Copyright © Allyn & Bacon  No Danger of Becoming a Relic  Cohabitation, Single Mothers, Age at Marriage, Grandparents as Parents will Increase  Continued Distorted Images of Marriage and Family The Future of Marriage and Family

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