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Work and Families  20:33 Labor Force: All people who are either working outside the home or looking for work Service Sector: Workers who provide personal services such as education, health care, communication,  restaurant meals, legal representation, entertainment  Stereotyped as women’s work and usually require some education but are paid less  than men’s work Care work: Activity in which one person meets the needs of spouses, partners, children, parents or  others who cannot fully care for themselves Time-diary studies: Surveys in which people are asked to keep a record of what they were doing every  minute during a time period Role overload: The state of having too many roles with conflicting demands Spillover: The transfer of mood or behavior between work and home Responsive workplace: A work setting in which job conditions are designed to allow employees to meet their  family responsibilities more easily Flextime: A policy that allows employees to choose, within limits, when they will being and end  their working hours Parental leave: Time off from work to care for a child Will get job back upon return Telecommuting: Doing work from home using electronic communication
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Children and Parents  20:33 Diana Baumrind  Authoritative style: (of parenting) A parenting style in which parents combine high levels of emotional support with  consistent, moderate control of their children Produces children who are more socially competent and having higher self esteem,  cooperate better with others, develop a better moral sense and are more independent Permissive style: (of parenting) A parenting style in which parents provide emotional support but exercise little control  over their children Authoritarian style: (of parenting) A parenting style in which parents combine low levels of emotional support with coercive  attempts at control of their children Norm: A widely accepted rule about how people should behave Value: A goal or principle that is held in high esteem by a society Lareau: Middle class parents tend to emphasize autonomy and self-direction  concerted cultivation  socialize children to grow up and take middle class jobs  working class parents emphasize obedience and conformity, provide safe, loving  environment which children can grow on their own  natural growth  socialize children for the kinds of blue and pink collar jobs  Generativity: A feeling of concern about, or interest in, guiding and shaping the next generation Mass incarceration: Extremely high rates of imprisonment, particularly of African American males Donor Insemination: A procedure in which semen is inserted into the uterus of an ovulating woman
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