F09 contexts - Contexts Definition The settings in which...

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Contexts Definition: The settings in which development occurs; influenced by historical, economic, social, and cultural factors. Gender School Family Peers
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Family Processes Role and Function of Families Families Tend to attain homeostasis Have boundaries Are adaptable Use routines and rituals Educational Religious Medical Economic Recreation Emotional well-being
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Family Processes Historical and Cultural Changes that have an effect on Parent-Child Relationships Aging society/Teenage Pregnancy Economic Changes Divorce and single-parenting
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Family Processes Reciprocal Socialization The process by which children socialize parents, just as parents socialize them. Synchrony The carefully coordinated interaction between parent and child in which they are, often unknowingly, attuned to each other’s behavior.
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Family Processes
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Family Direct effect of Marital Relationship of Parents Modeling of Parental behavior Generates gender and role identity Research has indicated that the relationship to the father has a strong correlation to gender and role. Indirect Effect of Marital Relationship of Parents Happily married parents leads to sensitive, warm, responsive affectionate behavior Attachment to parents leads to better peer interaction later Gender-based behavior following same-sex parent
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Family The Parent-Child System Parents’ socialization of children Conscious and systematic, begins at birth Social roles reinforced through modeling Promotes child’s social life and activities
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Family Dimensions of Parental Behavior Age affects child’s responses/reasoning Gradual shift to self-control by child Developmental Construction of Relationships Developmental construction views share belief that as individuals grow up, they acquire modes of relating to others. Continuity View Discontinuity View
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Family Processes Classification of Parenting Styles Parenting styles Rejecting, unresponsive Authoritarian Neglectful/Uninvolved Accepting, responsive Authoritative Permissive/Indulgent Demanding, controlling Undemanding, uncontrolling
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Family Authoritative Parent: Warm, involved, responsive Energetic- friendly child: cheerful, self-
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