HDFS 120 GuideExam1 - INTRODUCTION TO FAMILY STUDIES DR....

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INTRODUCTION TO FAMILY STUDIES DR. JARRETT EXAM 1, B STUDY GUIDE CHAPTERS: Exam one will cover the following chapters 1. Marriages and Families Over Time 2. Ways of Studying and Explaining Marriages and Families 3. Understanding Gender: Its Influence on Intimate Relationships 5. Dating, Coupling and Mate Selection IT WILL INCLUDE INFORMATION FROM FILMS: Homeward Bound A Dating Story Number Our Days Boys and Girls are Different Any other short videos shown during the lecture AND THE EXAM WILL COVER TOPICS DISCUSSED in the text, lecture, and discussion sections THE FORMAT OF THE EXAM IS MULTIPLE CHOICE (100 QUESTIONS), INCLUDING: Definitions and concepts Application of key definitions and concepts Results and findings from key studies Names of key people and the research they did Tables, graphs discussed in class and in the text CHAPTER ONE DEFINITIONS AND CONCEPTS Marriage- a union between people that unites them sexually socially and economically, that is relatively consistent over time and that accords each person certain agreed upon rights. Culture- monogamy - exclusivity in an intimate relationship. In marriage it means marriage to only one person at a time cultural relativism serial monogamy- a system in which an individual marries several times but only after each prior marriage is ended by death or divorce. family life cycle polygyny- a form of marriage in which one male is married to two or more females interdisciplinary perspective polygamy- a broad category applied to forms of marriage that involve multiple partners. In heterosexual marriage polygamy involves a person of one sex being married to two or more people of the other sex
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neighborhood context polyandry- a form of marriage in which a female is married to two or more males sociological imagination- a way of looking at the world whereby one see the relations between history and biography within society. family of orientation (procreation)- the family into which a person is born and raised patrilineal- kinship or family lineage and inheritance come through the father and his blood relatives. nuclear family- a family consisting of a mother, father and their natural or adopted offspring matrilineal- kinship or family lineage and inheritance come through the mother and her blood relatives extended, muligenerational family- a family consisting of one or both parents, siblings, if any, and other relatives, such as grandparents, aunts, uncles or cousins. Households- all persons who occupy a housing unit, such as a house, apartment, single room or other space intended to be living quarters. modified extended family- family in which a variety of relatives live, not necessarily in the same household, but in very close proximity to one another, interact on a frequent basis, and provide emotional and economic support to each other. Kinship- relationships resulting from blood, marriage or adoption or among people who consider
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HDFS 120 GuideExam1 - INTRODUCTION TO FAMILY STUDIES DR....

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