HDF 304(06.05 - under dies the other one can stay but since not a “family” landlord made to pay a new rent price-Five questions-How long has

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HDF 304 / Thurs 06.05.08 Family: A sexual or intimate relationship, or parent0child relationship, in which people live together, at least some of the time, with personal commitments to each other, who identify themselves as an intimate group and who are regarded by others as an enduring group, and are economically interdependent to some degree ** UT Census Bureau - Two or more people living together who are related by birth, marriage, or adoption (def. of family) - Who does this leave out? - ξ F , F , D /     , * Revised Definition - 1980s state of New York had to address the definition of “family” - Why?? A gay couple in NY living in an apt lived for a long time together, the man whose name the lease was
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Unformatted text preview: under dies, the other one can stay but since not a “family”, landlord made to pay a new rent price. . .-Five questions:-How long has the couple lived together?-Do the partners consider themselves a family unit?-Do the partners present themselves as a family unit?-Are the partners' social lives interwoven?-Are the partners' financially interdependent?-A sexual or intimate relationship, or parent0child relationship, in which people live together, at least some of the time, with personal commitments to each other, who identify themselves as an intimate group and who are regarded by others as an enduring group, and are economically interdependent to some degree **...
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