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Outline for Week 2 - Outline for Week 2 Family Basics Two...

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Outline for Week 2 Family Basics - Two types of Families o Voluntary o Involuntary - Nuclear vs. Extended Family - Family Functions o Organization of survival needs o Socialization o Emotional Nurturance The Family in Western Culture - Up to about the 20 th century, American families were heavily framed by Judeo-Christian Culture - Old Testament Roots o Marriage: Procreation, social organization Having a wife (or multiple wives) seen as godly o Patriarchies - Romans o Roles of women and sex more progressive o Early Christians response: Aestheticism Relationship between man and God Anti-sex and carnal desires Church fully regulates family/marriage by 12 th century No divorce - Colonial America o Plymouth Godly Community Merrymount contradiction o Chesapeake Bay Social relations different: slaves, indentured servants, less women - 1700s Family
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o Mostly nuclear o Marriage: Family approval vs. family control o Women valued: labor, procreation - Trends bringing Social Change o
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