10-19-09

- Changes over time 1 Marriage norms over time a Changing over time i Women and men are marrying later in life ii Ex Mona lisa smile iii Average

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Changes over time 1. Marriage norms over time a. Changing over time i. Women and men are marrying later in life ii. Ex. Mona lisa smile iii. Average of getting married two years later than before 2. Family Terms a. Kinship: social organization of the entire family including both consanguineous and conjugal relatives i. Consanguineous- blood related or blood relatives ii. Conjugal- related through marriage b. Family of Orientation: family you’re born into c. Family of Procreation: formed by marrying and having children. d. Immediate Family: Parents and children i. Focus on “Me Cultures” 1. Promote individualism (Ex. America) e. Extended Family: Parents, children, and other relatives i. Focus of “We Cultures” 1. Promote family relationships (Ex. Korea, China) 2. Child has a continuing expectation to fulfill to parents. f. Dominant Dyad: The centrally important twosome that symbolized the culture’s basic values and kinship obligations. i.
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This note was uploaded on 10/31/2009 for the course FAD 2230 taught by Professor Byno during the Fall '08 term at FSU.

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- Changes over time 1 Marriage norms over time a Changing over time i Women and men are marrying later in life ii Ex Mona lisa smile iii Average

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