FCS 224 EXAM 2
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FC S 224 Exam 2 Study Guide Fall 2014 Chapters 710 Walters Pew Foundation Findings regarding marriage That 64 of people were living with partner 58 were never married and 22 divorced widowed How did the view of marriage change in the 20th century Most people view romantic love compatibility and companionship as essential to a good marriage In the 20th century nearly 70 of American adults were married now only half are When was the breadwinner homemaker model of marriage most common 19505 Recent trends for lst marriages Trends in changing nature of marriage Factors related to women39s increased participation in the labor force When did the rise of women into the labor force peak 19905 What are service sector jobs Are personal services jobs such as education health care restaurant meals entertainment etc What did the timestudy diaries nd about men and women That the average women spent about 5 times as many minutes on domestic work cooking cleaning laundry shopping and other unpaid work as did the average men The gap have narrowed 2 times as many minutes in 2003 Married couple have replaced some of the house work like cooking with buying food Started to not care about the house being so much clean and wearing more wrinkled clothes Women still do more house work but the division is much more equitable than in the past How do almost 13 of dual earner families arrange for child care By working different shifts Policies that help families balance work and family Is a responsive workplace meaning a work setting in which job conditions are designed to allow employees to meet their family responsibilities more easily What did the rst parental leave act provide 12 weeks of unpaid leave for birth adoption foster care or personal or family illness and must allow the employees to return to their jobs at the end of leave Roleoverload The state of having too many roles with con icting demands Spillover Stressful events in one part of a person39s daily life often spill over into other parts of his her life Characteristics and child outcomes for Baumrind39s four parenting styles Authoritative style My Mommy a parenting style in which parents combine high levels of emotional support with consistent moderate control of their child Permissive style Auntie a parenting style in which parents provide emotional support but exercise little control over their children Authoritarian style dad a parenting style in which parents combine low levels of emotional support with coercive attempts at control of their children Uninvolved Neglectful a apparent style in which parents do no express warmth nor have expressiveness expectations Outcomes of Authoritarian children is obedient and pro cient but develop an external locus of control internal is having a moral compass that you carry regardless if the punisher is present or not External is obey in present of punisher Authoritative kids tend to be successful they develop internal locus of control because they are given suggestions and not rules Permissive parents feels guilty may not had the opportunity to give good parenting Children they get in trouble will break the law poor performer and low social competence Uninvolved have unloving parents which causes children to experience drug abuse incarceration early pregnancy and poverty have low self esteem ex Laura Effects of punishment vs discipline Punishment side effect disrupts the warm loving exchanges that are vital in a healthy adult child relationship punishment often has the effect of letting the child quotoff the hookquot teaches children to feel sorry for themselves instead of the victim to be more careful than more moral fails to develop a positive alternative to the offensive behavior Discipline rules vs limits limits are exible and may be adjusted to t the individual situation rules may inhibit activity limits enhance it That39s what we want to do create limits Characteristics of the Father role Playfulness physical activity and autonomy It is different for boys and girls Father is more protective over their daughters then sons According to your text what do parents of socially competent children do Class differences in parenting Disadvantages of singleparenting Having a higher risk of dropping out of school or having a birth prior to marriage Have higher risk of depression have less effective monitoring and supervision Research on effects of out of home care for children Children are more disobedient Children try to test the limits and see if thing apply other places as well Most common living arrangements for elderly men and women For women Living Alone this is what we call aging in place And for men living with a spouse Most miscarriages are of males and they never leave past their wives And love for women to take care of them Current gures for longevity Characteristics of the poor elderly How do the elderly in Western nations prefer too grandparent Trends in children living with their grandparents Grandparents would like to live near their grandchildren but not with them Intimacy at a distance Who is most likely to take care of the elderly Woman Importance of intergenerational ties What does Cherlin mean by the family national guard Skipped generation households Are created by adult children s child abuse incarceration and drug abusesIllness
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