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1 Test 1 review Patriartical Nuclear Family Has been declining over the years (7% of families are structured like this now-a-days) The father makes all of the decisions Low divorce rate Children are more likely to pursue their education More likely not to be a delinquent Egalitarian Nuclear Husband and wife make decisions together Children have voices with each other and parents Closer family and higher satisfaction Higher divorce rates because there are more conflicts Low violence Daughters are more likely to turn into professionals Matricentric Nuclear decisions Seek cooperation Mother (parents) do not spank or force, but make them feel bad emotionally. Women are masters at emotional manipulation Women negotiate Really close emotional bonds Loyalty Closeness Marriage- a socially approved mating relationship that is expected to be stable and enduring. - form of sexual control in society; attempt to control sexual activity and assign roles - all societies pay more attention n to who women have sex with bc they bear the children Common-law marriage - a nonceremonial form of marriage that people establish through cohabitation or evidence of consummation. Nuclear family - made up of a husband, a wife, and their biological or adopted children. Extended family - in which 2 or more generations live together or in adjacent dwellings Family of orientation - the family in which one is adopted or born into
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2 Family of procreation - the family a person forms by marrying and having or adopting children Kinship system - a network of people who are related by blood, marriage, or adoption Extended family - in which 2 or more generations live together or in adjacent dwellings Monogamy- one person is married exclusively to another person Serial monogamy - marry several people, but at one time Polygamy- 1.) Polygyny- one man married to 2 or more women 2.) Polyandry- one woman married to 2 or more men Different types of marriage: 1.) Monogamy - universal (allowed everywhere) a. Serial monogamy- 1 person at a time, but as much as you want b. True monogamy- Ireland just got rid of it; can’t ever remarry again c. Some people argue that serial monogamy is part of polygamy because
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