Sociology Test 3 Review 2

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Test 3 Review 2

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    Consists of a cohabiting man and woman who maintain a socially approved sexual relationship and have at least one child
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    A nuclear family in which the husband works outside the home for money and the wife works for free in the home
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    Expands the nuclear family horizontally by adding one or more spouses (usually women) to the household

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    Expands the nuclear family vertically by adding another generation, one or more of the Spouses' parents, to the household
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    A socially approved, presumably long-term sexual and economic union between a man and a women. It involves reciprocal rights and obligations between spouses and between parents and children
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    Functions of a nuclear family include:

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    The number of divorces that occur in a year for every 1000 people in the population
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    Number of marriages that occur in a year for every 1000 people in the population
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    The average number of children that would be born to a woman over her lifetime if she had the same number of children as women in each age cohort in a given year
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    He argued that elimination of private property and the creation of economic quality can bring an end to the traditional family and the arrival of gender equality

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    Male dominance and norms justifying that dominance
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    Potential spouses bring certain resources with them to the marriage market
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    A marriage between people from two different groups may threaten the internal cohesion of one or both groups
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    The probability of marrying inside one's group increases with the group's size and geographical concentration
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    The most frequent subjects of family quarrels, and they loom larger when there isn't enough of it to satisfy a family's needs and desires.
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    The social roots of marital satisfaction

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    T/F: The easier it is to get a divorce, the more likely marital happiness will increase
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    After divorce, the most common pattern is a rise in the _____ income and a decline in the _____.
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    Creates long term distress among children
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    Factors affecting the well-being of children:

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    T/F: Claiming that divorcing parents trade the well being of their children for their own happiness is an exaggeration
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    A donor's sperm is inserted in a woman's vaginal canal or uterus during ovulation
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    Eggs are surgically removed from a woman and joined with sperm in a culture dish and an embryo is then transferred back to the woman's uterus
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    Are used on sperm and fetuses to increase the chance of giving birth to a baby of the desired sex and end pregnancies deemed medically problematic.
  • 25
    Studies estimate that currently men now do ____ percent of the housework and child care
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    Percentage of American families that husbands abuse their wives physically

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    Occurs when partners have a specific argument and one partner lashes out physically at the other
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    Part of a general desire of one partner to control the other
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    It typically involves a woman violently defending herself against a man who has engaged in intimate terrorism
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    American couples who are unmarried and living together

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    There has been a decline of the two-parent family amongst this demographic:

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