FMSC330 NOTES - FMSC 07:38:00 WavesofImmigration 07

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FMSC330 2/10/09 21/04/2009 07:38:00 “Children who grow up in violent homes or with inconsistent parents can fare well if they  have a significant adult outside of their families to whom they can look as role models.  Use  systems  theory to explain why.
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12/17/09 21/04/2009 07:38:00 Waves of Immigration 1600’s – Colonial (English, French, Spain) 1895-1920 – (Irish, German, English, Scandinavian, eastern European,  Italian) 1965 – now (Asians Latin Americans) High anti-immigrant sentiment towards current immigrant groups Private/Modern Families Huge changes based upon past experiences, statuses Child Abuse 1869 – parents fined $300 for locking child in cellar for days 1874 – parents jailed for keeping child locked inside, beatings Child Labor Massachusetts pioneers laws o School for 3 months (1986) o No more than 10 hours (1842) Dewey Advocates for schools, children’s rights Bill fails in Congress (1924 ) Finally ends in 1938 (FLSA) Late 20 th  Century Trends Women go to work Baby boom; then, small families Huge increase in divorce
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People live alone Various groups: race, marriage, fertility, single parenting How Love Killed Marriage Life expectancy increased Economic purpose declined Tasks before marriage o Education (college) o Independence (early adulthood) o Trial marriage (cohabitation) Cohabit     Divorced Convenience Change when married Marriage less important (commitment) o Emotional satisfaction expected Family Changes on TV Nuclear families (early 60’s) o Ozzie and Harriet, Father Knows Best, Donna Reed, Leave it to  Beaver Divorcing families, single parenting, step families (late 60’s) o Brady Bunch Laissez Faire Parenting (60’s) Transracial adoptions , working class, rise in Black middle class, continued  segregation of blacks (1970’s) o Webster, different strokes, all in the family, the Jefferson’s, good times Chosen single mothering (80’s) o Murphy brown o Kate and ally Wealth, Regan politics (80’s) o Cosby show, family ties Working Class (90’s) o Rosanne, Married with Children Independent Young Adulthood (90’s) o Real world, etc.
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April 7 th , 2009 21/04/2009 07:38:00 Issues in Health Today: Health disparities/inequality Health/policy Infant mortality Environmental health Disability Aging Violence Access to acre Smoking, drinking, diet, exercise Preventable disease o chronic disease o sanitation related o STD’s o Accidents/injuries Insurance/costs Research/technology Prevention/treatment Mental health Health literacy College students: binge drinking, Rx drug abuse, sexual health, eating disorders
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