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Chapter 18 Family and Relationship Stress
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The Family Set of intimate and personal relationships Can be legal or extralegal This chapter covers only nuclear and extended families http://www.hulu.com/watch/16389/saturday-nigh
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Needs Satisfied by the Family Function of family Governs reproduction and child-rearing Provides economic support Meets emotional needs Not all families function as described
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The Effective Family Jane Howard (1978) observed the following effective characteristics: 1. They have a chief 2. They have a switchboard operator 3. Members have relationships both inside and outside the family 4. They are hospitable 5. They deal squarely with direness What assumptions is Howard making?
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The Effective Family, cont’d Jane Howard (1978) observed the following effective characteristics, cont’d: 1. They prize rituals 2. They are affectionate 3. They have a sense of place 4. They connect with posterity 5. They honor their elders
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