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7 Student Outline - FAMILY AND HUMAN SEXUALITY What makes a successful family McCubbin and Patterson Accord Communication Financial Management

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FAMILY AND HUMAN SEXUALITY
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What makes a successful family McCubbin and Patterson Accord Communication Financial Management Health Support network Celebrations Traditions Time and routine Hardiness
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Families throughout the world Structure and Characteristics •Accord: Family members have developed ways for resolving their disagreements so that everyone feels satisfied with the outcome. •Communication: Successful families share information with one another. Family members talk openly about ideas, beliefs, and feel one another their feelings.
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McCubbin and Patterson Financial managemtn: most families have limited resources that must be shared. Planning expenses together. Health issues: the strength of the family to deal with illness and health.
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McCubbin and Patterson Support network: successful families have support networks that include in-laws, cousins, and family friends, who can be counted on. Celebrations: observing special occasions, such as birthdays, graduation, and retirements build bonds. Traditions: successful families celebrate occasions and traditions year after year Time and Routine: successful families spend time together each day – person to person, phone, e-mail, snail mail, etc. Time spent together performing routine activities as well as having fun contributes to family stability. Hardiness: refers to family member’s sense that all members of the family at committed
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Families throughout the world Structure and Characteristics all social activity in hunting and gathering
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ON FAMILIES Structural functionalism : Every type of society has families, either
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course SOC 105 taught by Professor Robinson during the Fall '07 term at University of Evansville.

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7 Student Outline - FAMILY AND HUMAN SEXUALITY What makes a successful family McCubbin and Patterson Accord Communication Financial Management

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