4 - Family History

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History of the “Traditional Family”
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Cycle of Family Change Zimmerman (1947) 3 types of family systems trustee family - patriarchal, extended, family group more important than individuals atomistic family - individual rights/privileges above family group domestic family - balance between family domination and individualism
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Cycle of Family Change Family change cyclical trustee moves to domestic due to need for order in society domestic moves to atomistic as family has less power over individuals atomistic moves back to trustee due to social disintegration & need for security/support
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Understanding Families in Our Past Colonial Families Victorian Families Families of the 1950s
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Supported by Colonial Law Paternal & Husbandly Authority wifely submission to husbands will children’s dependent and subservient status Colonial Family Foundations
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Hierarchy essential to successful household functioning Fathers and husbands responsible for directing family activities Wives and children subject to men’s authority Principles of Patriarchy
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Father-son dyad paramount - Values, Economics spousal relationship or mother-child dyad less important Childrearing advice books aimed at Fathers Key task for Father - break child’s will before it becomes part of child’s character.
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