HDF 212 Lecture 2 notes
HDF 212 Lecture 2 notes HDF 212
Popular in Families in Cultural Perspective
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Date Created: 09/07/16
Lecture 2 Notes 9/7/16 Definitions: Behavior a persons actions or conduct Beliefs something accepted as true by and individual or group Culture the way of life shared by a group of people Traditions a system of beliefs, values, and practices, passed down to people through the people who come before them Values principles or standards considered worthwhile or desirable “Household” is defined by the U.S. Census as: A family or nonfamily o Family two or more people are living together and related through marriage, birth, or adoption o Nonfamily people who live alone or with nonrelatives Including cohabitating couples Trends in Household Type 1970 19% of all households were nonfamily 2010 33.6% of all households were nonfamily possible causes: economy, divorce, teen pregnancy, increase in cohabitating couples, post high school education, homosexual couples Historically varying research on the nuclear family o (two hetero parents with kids that are biologically both of theirs) separation o war, work, divorce single parent household o better modern medicine to reduce widowed parents roles of women and children are changing o men's role change more involved in child rearing Why do so many people still believe in the Traditional Nuclear Family? History is complicated We are nostalgic and remember our childhood through a different lens o Idealizing the past Trends in Changing Family Birthrates have declined in America o Women have fewer children o Children are closer together in age o Women finish child rearing at an early age Americans are living together o They might be faced with caring for children and aging parents at the same time Sandwich generation o Larger number of cohabitating couples o Step families are more common than ever About 1/3 of Americans are part of a step family o One parent families are very common Many are due to unmarried women have children o The number of children living with nevermarried parents rose from 4% in 1960 to 42% in 2000
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