MARRIAGE AND FAMILY
MARRIAGE AND FAMILY SYG 2430
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SYG 2430 Spring 2011 STUDY GUIDE FOR FINAL Note Be sure to review the power points I posted for the lectures Also take the time to view any recorded lectures I posted Chapter 9 Reproduction and Parenting ONUIAUJN VVVVV fertility rates 7 different types ways of calculating changes over US history 7 highs and lows societal changes that affect fertility benefits and costs of parenthood frequency of voluntary childlessness reasons for not having children infertility 7 definition causes and consequences treatment parenting styles 7 raceethnic class differences Chapter 10 Families and Work 1 structure of the US labor force how workers are distributed 2 workfamily role system 7 components ways in which family rolesdemands and work demands in uence each other 3 various types of workfamily combinations or arrangements 4 change in women s labor force participation over 20 century 5 genderbased division of household labor who does what Chapter 11 Family Violence 1 types of family violence 2 causes and consequences of family violence 3 response to family violence by criminal justice system 4 characteristics of victims and perpetrators 5 types and consequences of child maltreatment 6 race ethnic and class differences in likelihood of family violence 7 arguments for and against spanking by medical professionals and social science experts 8 reasons women remain in abusive relationships 9 myths about family violence Chapter 14 Families in Later Life 1 2 aged population current and projected numbers changes in aged population causes and consequences in number of aging people characteristics of elderly population living arrangements of elderly person ONUIlk VVV OOI VV grandparenthood role relations between grandparents and grandchildren styles of grandparenting differences by race ethnicity gender class caregiVing of elderly persons stages of widowhood gender differences in experience of widowhood Family Life Cycle stages family development approach to studying aging families assumptions of approach limitations of approach Intergenerational relationships 7 responsibilities Characteristics of later life families