Social Construction of Family Week 2 notes
Social Construction of Family Week 2 notes CDFS 4340
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Date Created: 09/09/16
The Contemporary Family CDFS 4340 Week 2 Notes: 8/31/16 “The Social Construction of Families” >Slide quiz answers: 1) Highest divorce rate: 1945 2) Mortality Rates: False 3) Grandparents: False 4) 1 in 5 women worked in 1900 outside of home 5) False 6) C 7) True, above poverty line >Understanding Traditions and Changes: -Family holds central position in modern society -It is here that the child is first socialized to meet societal needs -Family: Social unit but part of larger social network >Theoretical Importance: -Family Ecology Perspective: How family is influenced and how it influences environment -Family Development Perspective: Experience changes that will develop them (birth to aging) -Structure-Functional Perspective: Structure of family and how they function in society (raise children, economic support, emotional security). -Interactionist Perspective: How families interact with each other, developing sense of self. -Exchange Theory: How you use what you have and what know to get what you want and to influence society. -Systems Theory: The family as a whole will have a bigger impact on society than an individual in the family. -Conflict Perspective: Social and economic relations are not equally beneficial, conflict and exploitation… -Feminist Perspective: Society is oppressive to women. >Global Revolution: -Becoming an individualistic society -Politicians believe that making divorce harder to obtain and modifying family policy will solve societal problems. *Tests are straight from textbook* >American Childhood Answers: 1) False 2) False 3) False -Prepared childhood: Training children to be citizens of society -Protected Childhood: Sheltered, “angel” attitude. >Slide answers 36-48: C, A, B, D, D, False, C, True, D, B, True, D, C
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