Flashcards in Final Ch.6 Deck (130)
In class students defined this as:
those ides as we hold and view as valid, binding core beliefs.
Here are some ideas that state and are related to this term:
Traditional, Monogamous, heterosexual, Love, cooperation, cohesiveness, loyalty
Who and who's family does the Kimmel (2013) refer to when describing the "dysfunctionality" of a family?
Sara Palin, daughter Bristol, BF, and his mother
In what century did Kimmel (2013) refer to the "father being so dedicated to work they were becoming absentee landlords at home."
For "over a century" we have been debating about whether of not the
family is in a crisis
At this time they stated that if women entered the workplace or got to vote the family would "collapse"
What has happened to marriage rates?
Less than ___% of AMerican women aged 35-44 were legally marries in 2010; the marriage rate that years was__ _____ in 40 years!
Marriage rates have consistently DECLINED
Today, Married people seem ____ ____ then they did a generation ago.
b/c we are more ISOLATED, have fewer close confidants and friends, and have little social support for family life
What has increased dramatically in the past 2 decades from 1.1 million in 1977 to 7.5 million in 2010
40% of _____ marriages end in divorce 60% of those marriages ______ _______.
one third of all births are ______.
to unmarried people
22% of children...
live without their biological fathers
Children who are raised by only one parent ...
are more likely to commit crome, drop out of school, have lower grades, and have emotional problems
_____ feels like the most fragile of social institutions, it is also among the most _____.
the ______ ______ continues to adapt to changing circumstances
The proportion of ______ who remain single all there lives is actually lower today than it was at the start if our century
The fact that almost half of all marriages in the US are remarriages indicates what?
the continued belief in the institution of marriage
based on today's nuclear family, what is this crisis associated with family linked primarily to?
A romanticized notion that the family form of the 1950's (the era of many of the debater's adolescence) is a timeless trope that all family forms ought to emulate.
In the 1960s anthropologist Raymond Birdwhistell labeled misplaced nostalgia the
often our description of the family conform more to____________ than to out actual experiences
this mythic model
This as launched by the women's movement in the 1960s gave working women a political peg upon which to hang their aspirations and longings
The assumption that women achieve greatest achievement from motherhood. They must be very involved in the child's lives and provide for there emotional needs, provide a safe haven for lives difficultly, devotion to children is good.
The motherhood mystique
Issues for women to reconcile this mystique with societal expectations to earn money
what are the 3 basic type of revolutionary men?
stalled revolution fathers
This type of man takes breadwinning position, maintains authority in household (traditional roles)
Stalled revolution fathers
these men want to maintain anatomy by avoiding parenthood, if they have kids they are detached and want to maintain individualism
These men try to integrate work and parenting and lose self-personal time and leisure
The involved father
according to the PEW report:
how many men feel like they spend;
too little time w/children?
just right amount of time w/children?
too much time w/children?
According to the PEW report:
how many women feel like they spend;
too little time w/children?
just right amount of time with children?
Too much time w/children?