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10 Russia - Russian Families Macro-systemic Change:...

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Unformatted text preview: Russian Families Macro-systemic Change: Communist State to Democratic Free-Market State Reminder that Macrosystem has particular reference to the belief systems, resources, hazards, lifestyles, opportunity structures, life course options and patterns of social exchange that are part of the overarching systems in which the individual is located. Macro-systemic Change: Communist State to Democratic Free-Market State Reminder that Macrosystem has particular reference to the belief systems, resources, hazards, lifestyles, opportunity structures, life course options and patterns of social exchange that are part of the overarching systems in which the individual is located. In Communist state, value placed on: Government/work collective over the family or religion Macro-systemic Change: Communist State to Democratic Free-Market State Reminder that Macrosystem has particular reference to the belief systems, resources, hazards, lifestyles, opportunity structures, life course options and patterns of social exchange that are part of the overarching systems in which the individual is located. In Communist state, value placed on: Government/work collective over the family or religion Government-supported or subsidized childcare, education, paid leave (They will take care of us) Macro-systemic Change: Communist State to Democratic Free-Market State Reminder that Macrosystem has particular reference to the belief systems, resources, hazards, lifestyles, opportunity structures, life course options and patterns of social exchange that are part of the overarching systems in which the individual is located. In Communist state, value placed on: Government/work collective over the family or religion Government-supported or subsidized childcare, education, paid leave (They will take care of us) Social order based on work units and who you know rather than what you know Macro-systemic Change: Communist State to Democratic Free-Market State Reminder that Macrosystem has particular reference to the belief systems, resources, hazards, lifestyles, opportunity structures, life course options and patterns of social exchange that are part of the...
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