History 2 - HistoryoftheFamilyII Overview

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History of the Family II
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Overview Changes in the family during the 20th century Increasing diversity The Longevity Revolution Economic forces The Sexual Revolution Are recent changes good or bad?
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Diversity of Family Form Two-parent families  Dual earner families  Dinks and Yuppies  Single parent families  Blended families  Binuclear families  Gay or lesbian parent families  Extended families
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The Longevity Revolution
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The Longevity Revolution A white baby girl born today has a greater chance of living to be 60  than her counterpart born in 1870 had to see her first birthday. For first time in history the average couple has more parents living  than children! Implications: Stronger emotional bonds between parents and children Longer marriages and parent-child relationships Most of the parent-child relationship is spent when the children are adults Encourages companionate style of marriage since couple will spend large  portion of their relationship without children at home. Becoming a grand-parent is normative and an extended portion of the 
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2009 for the course FSHD 257 taught by Professor Payne during the Spring '09 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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