For policing imprisonment against govt programs heal

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for policing & imprisonment, against gov’t programs (heal care, Secondary Socialization – Learning that occurs after childhood, usually education) involving learning specific roles, norms, attitudes, or beliefs, and undermine minority welfare –ex. poor urban African sometimes involving self-imposed learning. Americans, Aboriginals Anticipatory socialization – Learning about and preparing for future roles, faulty socialization hurt future generation built on accumulated learning. o ignores exploitive employers, unresponsive gov’t Resocialization – Learning within social institutions aimed at retraining or World Revolution and Family Patterns – William Goode reprogramming people. reviews global family organization changes 1900 – 1950 o move towards nuclear family model Notes o smaller family units, self-sustain, separate from larger kinships Functionalists Views on Family Life b/c increase contraception, decrease fertility rates o family = central societal institution, microcosm of society o dowries, bride payments disappearing individual members together unified = productive whole o social “morals” change increase acceptance w/ contraception, familial changes mirror societal changes abortion, cohabitation, premarital sex, divorce o preferred traditional structure, meets most social requirements: changes largely b/c industrialization & urbanization of social life reproduce, socialize young, support work force, meet needs, etc o smaller family units more flexibility o ignores other forms satisfy love, attachment, family cohesion needs Goode predicted education alter women’s roles, increase family o modern industrial societies req. members specialization & diversity, declining # marriage, increase single parent, coordination complicates family life cohabitations, divorces Talcott & Bales: family’s labor division key to success o married couples 83% 69% all census families (1986 – 2006) husband = income/decision maker, authority, leader unmarried age 15+ outnumber legally married = 52%; wife = homemaker, nurturer, family’s emotional center 1986 39% specialization achieve functions: sexual behavior o single parent increase 11% 16%, cohabitation 6% 15% regulation, reproduction, physical (food, shelter) & cohabitations more likely dissolve, last shorter psychological (nurture, learning) provisions, children cohabitating break up avg. 4 years, marriage = 14 years socialization Another marriage trend: same sex marriage since 1950s husband/wife roles changing, traditional o 0.6% all Canadian couples: 16.5% married, 83.5% cohabiting specialization not possible/useful –ex. both working o half same-sex couples in Toronto 21%, Montreal 18%, o Waite: cohabitation inferior to traditional marriage Vancouver 10% less: permanent, extended family support & family crisis support Concept of Family: can’t provide economic & psychological benefits o Canadians: nuclear family = ideal, family life important & prioritized o Immerman & Mackey: monogamy universal, natural/inevitable o cohabiting relationships & non-nuclear families b/c reduce: STD transmission, out-of-wedlock births, infant ex. extended families common w/ new immigrants

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