10 Brazil

10 Brazil - SFL354 Chapter19...

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SFL 354 Chapter 19
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Male promiscuity and corrective influence of  religion (Pentecostal, Evangelical, LDS) Urbanization of Brazil: 81.2% of population lives in  cities (as of 2000) compared to 75.6% in 1991. Classic Patriarchal Family Model includes: Women sequestered/sheltered in home – leaving for 3  reasons - ??? Arranged marriages between cousins Parentela and agregado (p. 334)
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Author’s research invited comments about people  marrying strangers (desconhecidos): Younger group – referred to this as a function of  arranged nature of marriage for their parents and  grandparents Older group – referred to this as a function of their  children marrying persons unknown to the family.
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Serial monogamy, especially in lower-income group.   SES category strongly influences marital and family  dynamics. For middle-class families - less democratic in terms of 
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