10 Pacific island cultures

10 Pacific island cultures - SFL 354 Family forms shifted...

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Unformatted text preview: SFL 354 Family forms shifted from reliance on collective, extended-family living units to nuclear, relatively self-sufficient families Many families work to survive through farming and fishing but make time for social relationships, group projects, and collective rearing of children Island nations have been westernized to a degree through colonization. In the last 50 years, this has changed the macrosystem. What are signs of westernization in a cultures macrosystemic beliefs and values? Positives? Negatives? Micronesian islands far more accessible and more urbanized and Westernized with: (a) positives such as more opportunities for education and salaried work and (b) negatives such as higher rates of family violence and child neglect, alcoholism, and teen suicide. Micronesian islands far more accessible and more urbanized and Westernized with: (a) positives such as more opportunities for education and salaried work and (b) negatives such as higher rates of family violence and child neglect, alcoholism, and teen suicide.teen suicide....
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