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33. What is a complex stepfamily - Both adults have children from previous marriages 34. Gerontologist (ch. 16 pg. 465) - Scientist who studies the biological, psychological, and social aspects of aging—emphasize that older people shouldn’t be lumped into one group. 35. Young-old and old-old age groups - Young-old = ages 65-4 - Old-old = age 85 and older 36. Dementia (ch. 16 pg. 469) - The loss of mental function such as thinking, memory and reasoning. 37. Alzheimer’s disease (ch. 16 pg. 469) - A progressive, degenerative disorder that attacks the brain and impairs memory, thinking, and behavior. 38. Ageism (ch. 16 pg. 471) - Discrimination against people on the basis of age, particularly against older people. 39. Social security (ch. 16 pg. 473) - Public retirement pension system administered by the federal government 40. Remote grandparenting (ch. 16 pg. 475) - Grandparents and grandchildren live far apart and see each other infrequently, maintain a large ritualistic, symbolic relationship. - Reasons include: health problems or everyone’s busy schedule. 41. Companionate and supportive grandparenting (ch. 16 pg. 475) - Most common style. Grandparents see their grandchildren often, frequently do things with them and offer them emotional and instrumental support (such as giving money), but they don’t seek authority in grandchild’s life.
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42. Involved and influential grandparenting (ch. 16 pg. 476) - Grandparents play an active role (show authority) in their grandchildren’s lives. - While may be fun and playful, typically impose definite and sometimes tough rules. 43. Custodial grandparents (ch. 16 pg. 477) - Have legal relationship with their grandchildren through adoption and guardianship. 44. Loyal siblings (ch. 16 pg. 479) - They are available because of family bonds rather than affection or closeness. Disagreements don’t erode the siblings’ ties because they believe that family ties are important whether or not family members like each other. 45. Hostile siblings (ch. 16 pg. 479) - Are angry and resentful and have had negative ties for a long time. They spend considerable time demeaning each other and arguing about the past, inheritances, and so on. 46. Intimate siblings (ch. 16 pg. 479) - They are close and consider each other to be best friends and close confidants. They help each other no matter what and are in frequent contact. 47. Apathetic siblings (ch. 16 pg. 479) - They are indifferent, rarely think about each other, have little contact with each other. 48. Kubler-Ross stages of dying (ch. 16 pg. 480) 1. Denial (the doctor must be wrong) 2. Anger (why me?!) 3. Bargaining (If you let me live longer, God, I promise to be a better person) 4. Depression (There’s no point in seeing family members or friends) 5. Acceptance (I might as well get my financial records in order) 49. Living will (ch. 16 pg. 482) - A legal document that specifies the medical treatments a person would like to receive if incapacitated. 50. Bereavement (ch. 16 pg. 482) - The process of recovery after the death of someone we felt close to.
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