The Family as a Social Group

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The Family as a Social Group I. Family Processes a. Why is family so important? 1. It’s the beginning of socialization 2. Personalities develop from our parents 3. In terms of family dynamics as well as what other people are doing affects your life course b. The Action Of The Family 1. The Marital Process a. The quality of the marital relationship b. Because of each other’s emotional and physical help c. Because of the children d. Two people just running through each other’s life without caring about the other person due to lack of money / disbelief in divorce 2. Parenting Process a. When the babies are born they form an attachment to the parents automatically b. When the attachment is not present c. Secure attachment 1. Exactly how it sounds, the parent is a secure base 2. When the child cries as the parent leaves, but stops crying as the parent returns d. Avoidant attachment 1. Opposite of secure 2. More indifferent child 3. Could be related to post-partum depression e. Anxious attachment 1. Where the child is overly attached 2. A no win situation f. The intergenerational transmission of violence and abuse
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