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Chapter 12 Week 11
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The Family Tree Family & Ethnicity Forming Families Parenting Family Transitions Violence in Families
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Families as Kinship Systems Family the basic unit in society; traditionally consists  of 2 parents rearing their children but can vary  Kinship systems social systems that locate  individuals by reference to their families, that is by  common biological ancestry, legal marriage, or  adoption Types of descent: Matrilineal tracing one’s ancestry through the mother Patrilineal tracing one’s ancestry through the father Bilineal tracing one’s ancestry through both parents
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Culture & Forms of the Family Legitimacy social arrangements that ensure men know what children  they have produced.  Families then bear the economic & emotional  burden of raising only the children that belong to them Monogamy
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