fam-4 - Chapter 4, Families and Change Text 1. What is...

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Chapter 4, Families and Change Text 1. What is family change? What does it result from? 2. Family change centers on what two things? It is important to remember that family change is more of a _______ rather than a _________ __________. 3. Be able to discriminate between individual change and family change. 4. What is human development the study of, and on what does it focus? 5. What does family change refer to? 6. Most families do not proceed in an orderly way through a series of predetermined stages. As they came to understand this, it led to two important insights about family life. What are those two insights? 7. What are the predictable patterns in family life? Be able to list and describe each of them. 8. What is a transition? When do most major changes in families occur? 9. Be able to define, describe, and give examples of the anticipatory socialization principle, the role strain principle, the role transitions principle, the morphogenesis principle, and the morphostasis principle. 10. What are the 3 reasons why morphostatis occurs?
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