Sociology 2505 Final Review

Sociology 2505 Final Review - policy • What were valid...

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Sociology 2505 Final Review 18:04 [email protected]     rrand1 Concepts Political and medical of Domestic Violence Situational couple violence and intimate terrorism Social learning, social exchange, and frustration aggression perspectives on  domestic violence Date RAPE, Marital RAPE Arrest experiment by the Minneapolis Police Force Framingham Eight Joint Legal Custody Individual and societal risk factors of divorce Alimony Three eras of divorce Co-parenting Sleeper Effect Stepfamilies as an incomplete institution Creating kinship relationships Difference between stepfathers and stepmothers AFDC   TANF Social Security Act EITC Film- Waging a Living Stepparent as affinity seeker 
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Question How do conservatives and liberal differ in their support of domestic violence 
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Unformatted text preview: policy? • What were valid reasons for divorce in the era of divorce tolerance? • What is the relationship between remarriage rates and cohabitation? • What does it take for a stepfamily to be successful? • How do adolescents respond to remarriage and stepfamilies? • Do children who are abused grow up to be abusers? • What is the association between social class and violence? • Who typically gets legal and physical custody after a divorce? • Are children of divorce more/less likely to divorce as adults? • Are lower class families the only ones eligible for public assistance? • What is the most significant shift in the family the past 50 years? 18:04 18:04...
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