Chapter 15 Notes

Chapter 15 Notes - Anjelie Patidar Chapter 15 11/ 7/ 05...

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Anjelie Patidar Chapter 15 11/ 7/ 05 FAMILIES AND INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS Family- long term, exclusive relationship in which members identify themselves as related, usually by ancestry, marriage, or adoption, and are committed to one another emotionally a well as financially Intimate Relationship- a relationship of intense emotional attachment Marriage- a socially approved union of two or more people in which each is expected to fulfill specific economic, sexual, and care giving responsibilities Kinship- a social network of individuals and families joined by ancestry, marriage, or adoption Family of Origin- the family we are born into Family of Orientation- the family with whom he identifies as a member and who socializes him Family of Procreation- the family a person forms by having or adopting children Endogamy- marrying within one’s social stratum or group Exogamy- a social norm that prescribes people marry outside their social stratum or group Patrilocality/ Matrilocality- when a married couple lives with the husband/ wife’s family or
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course SO 100 taught by Professor Rizova during the Fall '05 term at BU.

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Chapter 15 Notes - Anjelie Patidar Chapter 15 11/ 7/ 05...

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