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Ch+11+Family - Chapter 11 The Family The Family Basic...

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1 Chapter 11: The Family The Family: Basic Concepts Kinship – a social bond based on blood, marriage, or adoption. Family – a social institution found in all societies that unites people in cooperative groups to oversee the bearing and raising of children. Extended family – includes parents and children as well as other kin. Nuclear family – one or two parents and their children.
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2 Patterns of Descent and Residence Descent – the system by which members of a society trace kinship over generations. Patrilineal Matrilinial Bilateral In pre-industrial societies, most newlyweds live with one set of family members Patrilocality Matrilocality . Neolocality The Na (or Mosuo) of Yunnan and Sichuan provinces: family without marriage •Patrilineal nobility Matrilineal peasantry •Peasant families based on groups of siblings. •“Walking marriages”
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3 The evolution of the “modern” family
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2010 for the course SOC 40187 taught by Professor Robert during the Fall '09 term at UC Davis.

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Ch+11+Family - Chapter 11 The Family The Family Basic...

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