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Required Reading Four Notes

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Required Reading Four Notes Family Studies 281-001

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Alison Notetaker
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Introduction to Family Studies
Ziarat Hossain

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These are the notes I took while Reading RR4 for Intro to Family Studies 281 (Dr. Zia)
Introduction to Family Studies
Ziarat Hossain
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alison Notetaker on Monday September 21, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Family Studies 281-001 at University of New Mexico taught by Ziarat Hossain in Spring 2015. Since its upload, it has received 32 views.


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Date Created: 09/21/15
Family Studies 281 RR4 Notes Post Modern Families Civilizations 3600 BC Mesopotamian 3500 BC Egyptian 3000 BC Indian 1900 BC Chinese 1000 BC Greek 900 BC Roman 300 BC Mayan Hunters amp Gathers 12000 BC Southeast Asia Agricultural 10000 BC Middle East Industrial 1700 AD manufacturing Post Industrial 19705 More wealth Major Components of Contemporary Lifestyles Personal life Parenting Family Composition Context of Post Modern Families Conceptualization Modernity Industrial Renaissance 3 Scienti c Assumptions Human Progress each individual would be entitled to life liberty amp pursuit of happiness equitable access University Marx Darwin Freud principles could transcend social ecological historical boundaries Regularity order hierarchy Concept of Modern Families Modern Families evolving from traditional families Context of Modern Families romantic love maternal love domesticity protect children Concept of Post Modern Families Post Modernity post industrialization assumption of difference university to particulars regularity to irregularity Post Modern families single blended same sex adoption Concept of Modern vs Post Modern Families Modern Family dual earner family man amp woman work both paid in labor but women are only responsible for childcare amp household labor romantic love maternal love domesticity protect children Post Modern Family deconstruct at least one aspect of traditional families transitional families parenting through modern technology maternal surrogates consensual love shared parenting independence protect rights of children Traditional Family heterosexual two parent family with a breadwinner amp homemaker Homogeneity to Diversity Lower fertility rates Increased divorce 50 amp remarriage rates amp not legally marrying at all Cohabitation amp Childbearing more cohabitate for economic stature more successful for middle class employed women focus more on pursuing academicemployment increased age for getting married out of wedlock strong predictor of teen birth Lesbigay families baby boom through surrogacy adoption less stress on gender roles Extended families immigration families that may be separated by border before immigration one might have to work diligently AIDS extended family steps in to help with children Technology enhanced families arti cial insemination in vitro egg implantation From Stability to Change Divorce Based on economic circumstances amp developmental changes First live on their own nd a partner live with them then comes marriage Visiting Relationship cohabitationhave rst child amp live with their parents From Gendered Parenting to Transgendered Families Increase in Role sharing in heterosexual couple sharing childcare amp household chores vs second shift Degendering parenting lesbian mothers gay fathers no momdad dichotomy becoming a dad without a penis think of quotparentingquot instead of mothering or quotfatheringquot From Male Dominance toward a dismantling of Patriarchy Ownership of resources help out with childcare because it s practical fairness to there wives who work hard too amp build stronger relationship with their children Residence Patterns more single mothers lesbian mothers Power Relations empowering women s power decisionmaking and status easier to leave unhealthy marriages women s earnings 40 of family income


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