cherlin 1-1 quieting of family change

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L.M. Casper & S. M. Bianchi. “A ‘quieting’ of family change” I. Changing society II. Changing economy III. Changing norms of family life 1. changing ideals, 2. gender roles, 3. family size, 4. family forms- single parents, dual earning parenting, grandparents raising children, homosexual raising children IV. An older society 1. longer life expectancy 2. gendered effect 3. effect on marriage 4. effect on intergenerational family relations V. Changing households and families (five demographic trends) 1. delay in marriages- much later; avg. 25 f, 27m
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Unformatted text preview: 2. increase in heterosexual cohabitation 3. growth in single parenthood 4. increase in womens labor force participation 5. delayed and declined fertility and declining mortality Questions: 1. What does quieting mean? 2. What are the macro-social changes in American society that are related to family changes? 3. What are the five demographic changes that are relevant to family changes? 4. What does table 1-1 show about trends in childrens living arrangements?...
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