FINAL TERMS

FINAL TERMS - 1 Identify/state definitions of the following...

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1. Identify/state definitions of the following terms: 1) breadwinner-homemaker family- a married couple with children in which the father works for pay and the mother does not 2) public family- one adult, or two adults who are related by marriage, partnership, or shared parenthood, who is/are taking care of dependants, and the dependants themselves 3) private family- two or more individuals who maintain an intimate relationship that they expect will last indefinitely-or in the case of parent and child, until the child reaches adulthood-and who live in the same household and pool their income and household labor 4) created kinship- kinship ties that people have to construct actively 5) assigned kinship- kinship ties that people more or less automatically acquire when they are born or when they marry 6) social institution- a set of roles and rules/norms that define a social unit of importance to society 7) social role- a pattern of behaviors associated with a position in society 8) social norm- a widely accepted rule about how people should behave 9) social structure- embedded institutions and norms that shape people’s behavior 10) agency- people’s ability to shape their lives through their own actions 11) conjugal family- kinship group of husband, wife, and children 12) extended family- kinship group of conjugal family plus other relatives in household 13) institutional marriage- a marriage in which the emphasis is on male authority, duty, and conformity to social norms 14) companionate marriage- a marriage in which the emphasis is on affection, friendship, and sexual gratification 15) individualized marriage- a marriage in which the emphasis is on self-development, flexible roles, and open communication 1
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16) pure relationship- an intimate relationship entered into for its own sake and which lasts only as long as both partners are satisfied with it 17) specialization model- a model of the marriage market in which women specialize in housework and child care and men specialize in paid work outside the home 18) income-pooling model- a model of the marriage market in which both spouses work for pay and pool their income 19) incomplete institution- institution with weak/unclear roles and norms 20) ideal type- a hypothetical model that consists of the most significant characteristics,
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This note was uploaded on 11/18/2009 for the course SOCI 130 taught by Professor Cohen during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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FINAL TERMS - 1 Identify/state definitions of the following...

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