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UD - HDFS 202010 - Class Notes - Week 4

School: University of Delaware
Department: Human Development
Course: Diversity and Families
Professor: Bahira Sherif-Trask
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: HDFS, hdfs202, family, families, HumanDevelopment, familystudies, diversityandfamilies, UD, and universityofdelaware
Name: HDFS 202 Week 4 Lecture Notes
Description: Week 4 lecture notes for HDFS 202: Diversity and Families.
Uploaded: 09/27/2016
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background image Week of 9/19-9/23 HDFS 202: Diversity and Families Week 4 Lecture Notes Family and Kinship o Hunters­gatherers: most of human existence
o Patrilineage: passed down father’s side
o Matrilineage: passed down mother’s side
o Extended family
Stem family: keep assets together, passed down to oldest son Polygyny: man with many wives Polyandry: woman with many husbands o First Families Approximately 18 million indigenous American people 300 languages Tribes were patrilineal, only 25% matrilineal  Destroyed by European colonists  Arrived in 1620 Protestants with strict moral/religious values Community could intervene in family affairs o Marital relations
o Child rearing
6­7 children, few survived Settlements consisted of approx. 100 families  Brought along state government, concept of private property, and class 
system
Large households o Nuclear
o Wealthier people had servants
o Poorer people sent their children to wealthy households to work
o Some came to America as indentured servants
o Many households contained non­relatives
Colonial families Merchant class (upper) Artisan class (middle) Laboring class (working) Northerners lived in villages Southerners lived on plantations/farms Women were not supposed to be educated Faded with new migrations (West) and population expansion Increasing privacy of nuclear family Slower trends among rural/working­class families 1700s to early 1800s Farming becomes large­scale and commercial Development of factories Familial mode of production  Labor market mode of production Father’s authority undermined by money earning opportunities

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School: University of Delaware
Department: Human Development
Course: Diversity and Families
Professor: Bahira Sherif-Trask
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: HDFS, hdfs202, family, families, HumanDevelopment, familystudies, diversityandfamilies, UD, and universityofdelaware
Name: HDFS 202 Week 4 Lecture Notes
Description: Week 4 lecture notes for HDFS 202: Diversity and Families.
Uploaded: 09/27/2016
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