Soc 352 terms - Public family one adult or two adults who...

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Public family one adult, or two adults who are related by marriage, partnership, or shared parenthood, who is/are taking care of dependents, and the dependents themselves Private family two or more individuals who maintain an intimate relationship that they expect will last indefinitely – or, in the case of a parent and child, until the child reaches adulthood – and who usually live in the same household and pool their incomes and household labor Conjugal family A kinship group comprising husband, wife, and children Extended family Any other relatives (grandparents or uncles) in the household Polygamous Family Having more than one spouse/partner Matrilineage A kinship group in which descent is through the mother’s line Patrilineage A kinship group in which descent is through the father’s line Created kinship Kinship ties that people have to construct actively Assigned kinship Kinship ties that people more or less automatically acquire when they are born or when they marry Spurious correlation
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2011 for the course SOC 352 taught by Professor Brines during the Spring '09 term at University of Washington.

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