tfch7 - Chapter Seven: Families 1. The Canadian government...

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Chapter Seven: Families 1. The Canadian government defines household as the members of a nuclear family sharing a dwelling. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 2. By the mid-1990s, lone parents with children constituted over a quarter of all families in Canada. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 3. When kin do not share a dwelling but live close to one another and have frequent contact, they constitute a modified extended family. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 4. Research shows the nuclear families were always the most prevalent family in Europe and North America. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 5. Extended families have ceased to be common among Aboriginal people. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 6. Among immigrants to Canada, living with kin already here has become less common over the last 20 years. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 7. According to Murdoch, most societies are not strictly monogamous. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 8. Polygyny refers to having more than one spouse at a time. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 9. Family solidarity, financial security, and potential heirs are the primary goals of arranged marriages. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 10. Matrilineal societies are ones in which women are granted more authority than men. a. TRUE
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