S316(1) - In micro-sociological ways, we can study how...

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1. 2. In macro-sociological ways, we can study which one in the family have more power and why there are inequalities in power and resources allocation in families in the United States. Is it just happening in United States or the whole universe? Are there any trends in the changing power inequalities in families in the States? Are there any changes in the social systems and families on power after the postindustrial period? Does the increasing number of women in the work force change the power allocation of families because they are more independent and wealthier than before?
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Unformatted text preview: In micro-sociological ways, we can study how conflict affects the interaction within the family. How do men and women in couple relationships face and solve the conflicts and inequalities between both sexes and maintain a good relationship? Is this a common rule for father having authority and power over its children? Could it be changed from time to time? Will the modern society also change the roles and ways of interactions when both men are women are contributing to the family financially?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2008 for the course SOC 316 taught by Professor Cath during the Fall '08 term at Indiana.

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