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Bessie Douglas IV
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Gloria Lessan

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This 14 page Class Notes was uploaded by Bessie Douglas IV on Thursday September 17, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to SYO 3100 at Florida State University taught by Gloria Lessan in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 39 views. For similar materials see /class/205624/syo-3100-florida-state-university in Behavioral Sciences at Florida State University.




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Date Created: 09/17/15
The Family is A Social Institution A Cultural Universal A Primary Group In Charge of Bearing and Raising Children and Caring for Dependent Members Social Institutions Cluster of social behavioral patterns social subsystems organized to meet basic social needs ie the family education the political system etc Cultural Universal Traits found everywhere eg funerals weddings groups in charge of childcare medical care providers etc Primary Group A small group of people who interact identify share personal and longterm relationships with one another Child Care and Caring for One Another Financial and emotional responsibility of children and dependents by adult members A Family Unit 2 persons Related by blood adoption 3 a quotxv 39 a 1 K C quot 3 L 5 7 r r ax S i gt quot 39 v V L a I x quot A marriage Common residence Caring for each other Family Life Cycle Family of Courtship Co Orientation 9 habitation 9 9 Conjugal Family of Nuclear Family Procreation Family 9 9 9 Divorce SingleParent Blended 9 Family 9 Family Family Life Cycle varies by class jib raceethnicity sexual orientation religion age time x and culture Family Patterns Family Patterns Matriarchy By Authority Patriarchy Family Patterns Descent Patrilineal Matrilineal Bilineal Family Patterns Residence Patrilocal Matrilocal Neolocal


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