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1 Question 1The term cereal packet family refers to…
2 OptionsA - is a socially constructed model laden with assumptions of how families ought to beB - is a type of familyC - is a term sociologists use to explain lone parentingD - is a type of household regularly found in the UK
3 Question 2The first sociologist to arrive at the term cereal packet family was..
4 OptionsA - Parsons B - Marx C - Murdoch D - Leech E - Smart
5 Question 3Allen and Crow’s research into blended families found..
6 OptionsA - The popularity of blended / reconstituted families is a mythB - The popularity of blended / reconstituted families is a myth perpetuated by the New RightC - The popularity of blended / reconstituted families continues to increaseD - The term step-family or step-parent will always be more popular than the term blended or reconstituted family
7 Question 4Sociologist Carol Smart research into blended families found..
8 OptionsA - it was impossible for the step-parent to become a substitute mother or father and so a new etiquette is emerging B - it was possible for the step-parent to become a substitute mother or father after a four-year period C - it was possible for the step-parent to become a substitute mother or father and no new etiquette will emerge D - it was possible for the step-parent to become a substitute mother or father after a two-year period
9 Question 5According to the New Right lone parent families tend to be..
10 OptionsA - Functional B - Dysfunctional C - Efficient D - Energetic
11 Question 6Sociologists have identified the numerous causes of lone parenthood.One method they use is to separate the different causes between married and non-married individuals. The reason for lone parenthood with married couples are….
12 OptionsA - may have been living with the parent of the child when the child was born, but then their relationship terminatedB - divorce; separation; death of a spouseC - a relationship was formed after the birth of the child, but the relationship terminated a period of time laterD - society’s acceptance of family diversity
13 Question 7In 2009 Stonewalls research in same sex families found the children living in such relations:
14 OptionsA - Some children feel that their family is a bit different if they have lesbian or gay parents but this is something they worried aboutB - Some children feel that their family is a bit different if they have lesbian or gay parents and this is something which hangs like an albatross around their necksC - Some children feel that their family is a bit different if they have lesbian or gay parents but this is something to celebrate, not worry aboutD - Some children feel that their family is a bit different if they have lesbian or gay parents and this is something which should never be celebrated
15 Question 8New Right theories of the family are very similar to that of…
16 OptionsA - Radical feminists B - Marxists C - Marxist feminists D - Functionalists
17 Question 9Explain what is meant by a reconstituted family (2marks)
18 Question 10Explain what is meant by segregated conjugal roles (2 marks)
19 Question 11Identify two pieces of evidence in support of the view that .the nuclear family, even if in slightly modified form, remains very popular in Britain today (4 marks)
24 Options A: As functioning as well as can be expected B: The family provides a useful function for womenC: As somewhere men can be sexual fulfilledD: The family is a tool of capitalism which allows the ruling-class to exploit the working class
26 Options A: As pointless in a capitalist economy B: As having a similar function to MurdockC: It had an economic function allowing the ruling-class to pass their wealth from one generation to the nextD: As facilitating matriarchal rule within households
27 Question 16What are the two main functions of the family for Parsons?
28 Options A: stabilisation of gender and power relations B: primary socialisation of parents and stabilisation of children’s personalitiesC: primary socialisation of grandparents and the stabilisation of adult personalitiesD: primary socialisation of children & stabilisation of adult personalities
29 Question 17What do you understand by the term role allocation?
30 OptionsA: within the isolated nuclear family, members are allocated particular rolesB: within the isolated nuclear family, members have free rolesC: within the isolated nuclear family members are allocated dynamic rolesD: within the isolated nuclear family members are free to change their particular roles
31 Question 18Identify and explain Parsons’ ‘isolated nuclear family’
32 OptionsA: Parson’s identified the families in modern industrial society as being isolated because it they’re only found in the industrial North of BritainB: Parson’s argued the isolated nuclear family is free from tradition and so women are better able to find work outside the homeC: The isolated nuclear family is freed from the obligations of wider kin and therefore is better able to adapt to the requirements of modern industrial society – such as moving around the country looking for work
33 Question 19Explain what is meant by the ‘dual burden’ (2 marks)
34 AnswerTwo marks for a satisfactory explanation or definition, such as when a person has paid work but is also responsible for domestic labour.
35 Question 20Suggest two reasons why there has been an increase in cohabitation (4 marks)
36 Question 21When discussing the symmetrical family what was the term used by Young and Willmott to explain the relationship between husband and wife? (2 marks)
37 Question 22What is the key feature of Marxist feminism?
38 OptionsA: Marxist feminist emphasise how patriarchy uses the family to oppress womenB: Marxist feminist emphasise how functionalists use the family to oppress womenC: Marxist feminists emphasise how capitalism uses the family to oppresses womenD: Marxist feminist emphasise how same-sex relationships use the family to oppress women
39 Question 23What does Benston say capitalism turns women into?
40 OptionsA: an unpaid workforce of matriarchs who oppress men through their new- found powerB: Power hungry neuroticsC: an unpaid workforce who are better equipped to change capitalism with their sexualityD: an unpaid workforce- who are compliant and willing to do as they’re told because women have been socialised to act this way
41 Question 24What is the key feature of radical feminism?
42 OptionsA: radical feminists focus squarely on patriarchy as the instrument of oppression (emasculation) within the homeB: radical feminists focus squarely on matriarchy as the instrument of oppression (emasculation) within the homeC: radical feminists focus squarely on patriarchy as the instrument of freedom (emancipation) within the home
43 Question 25What does Delphy and Leonard (1992) argue?
44 OptionsA: it is women rather than capitalism who benefit the most from exploiting women and the familyB: it is capitalism rather than men who benefit the most from exploiting women and the familyC: it is men rather than capitalism who benefit the most from exploiting women and the family
45 Question 28What are the four points Delphy and Leonard identified within the family which oppress women?
47 Question 29Marxists like Zaretsky (1976) add more weight to the argument the family is simply there as an aid to capitalism because……
48 OptionsA - the family is the best place to control the appetites of young consumers B - the family socialises family members into societies equal relations of power between the social classes C - the family consumes the products of capitalism, which perpetuates the profits for the ruling-class D - the family only consumes the products of capitalism that it needs