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SO101TEST3REVIEWQUESTIONS

SO101TEST3REVIEWQUESTIONS - 1 What is the text's definition...

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1. What is the text’s definition of the family? 2. Define these terms: consanguineal kin, affinal kin, endogamy, exogamy, monogamy, polygamy, polygny, and polyandry. 3. what are the differences among patriarachal, matriarachal, and egalitarian families? 4. What are the differences among patrilocal, matrilocal, and neolocal families? 5. What are the differences between matrilineal, and patrilineal descent systems? 6. What are the differences between extended and nuclear families, between traditional extended and modern extended families, and between nuclear and reconstituted/blended families? 7. In what kind of societies do we find arrainged marriage, parent run or participant run marriages? 8. What are the major functions of family in society? 9. How does the functionalist perspective view the traditional functions of the family? 10.How does conflict perspective view the relationships among the patriarchal family, nuclear family, and the capitalist economic institutions? 11.According to the functionalist perspective, what is a major source of socialization and education for the young?
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