7- socialization - HD 343 Family Diversity Parenting and...

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HD 343 Family Diversity Parenting and Socialization “You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are set forth.” Kahil Gibran
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Agenda Field log review Nutshell Discussion Full group (questions, ideas, and summary) Relate to other field logs? Voice of the child updates Readings review: Families and the salience of race and class
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Shared field logs Field log review 100thbirthday.2.25.ben Hundredthday.2.25. sarah Firstdaybackfrombreak.2.25.kristen
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Voice of the child-Revisited Updates- discussions with supervisors Direct and indirect activities How will we use what we find?
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Family Diversity Parenting and Socialization “Identities are the stories we tell ourselves and the world about who we are, and our attempt to act in accordance with these stories” Dorothy Holland
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Reading response Lareau 6, 7- (Ashley M.) Alexander Williams and (Shalen) -Harold McAllister Meezan and Rauch- Stacy Perry, Steele and Hilliard
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Reading response How can we expand our notion of what constitutes a family and why does that matter? What language can we attribute to parenting-orientations, styles and socialization outcomes? How does the salience of race and class play into our meanings?
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What defines a family today? Murdock, 1962 (… a family group characterized by common residence, economic cooperation and reproduction. It includes adults of both sexes and at least two whom maintain a socially approved sexual relationship and on or more children, own or adopted, or the sexually cohabitating adults.”) “Two or more persons related by birth, marriage, or adoptions, who reside together” Berns, Chapter 4
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Gay Marriage, Same-Sex Parenting, and America’s Children Article explores these questions: How does same sex parenting affect children? Since marriage is beneficial for children, would these benefits translate to children in gay marriages? What children are affected by this issue? Children who are being raised or who will be raised by same-sex couples in the future Children not being raised by same-sex couples Children who might grow up with same-sex couples as a direct or indirect result of the legalization of same-sex marriage Meezan & Rauch
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Gay Marriage, Same-Sex Parenting, and America’s Children The challenges of Same-Sex Parenting Study: No complete list of gay and lesbian parents, making it difficult to have representative samples Small sample sizes because these families are sparse Who does one compare these groups to? Can you compare a single lesbian mother to a single heterosexual mother? Results are hard to interpret because of the heterogeneity within the group Children’s well being is hard to gauge What does the research show? Lesbian or gay parents are the same as hetereosexual parents except for preferring
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