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Problems Faced by Black Families
Limited Economic mobility
Targeted by criminal justice system
Inferior education opportunities
Pervasive negative stereotyped images
Cultural Ethnocentric Approach
cultural ethnocentric approach is characterized by a common belief that the black family is unstable and dysfunctional
Cultural Relativity School
The black family is a functional entity; African culture helped influence family patterns that helped combat the racist conditions which exist in American society
Black family define
families are defined by complicated overlaps between location, functional relations, shared values, affiliations, and blood ties Location: defining family the same as household.
Blood ties: define the boundaries of a given Black family.
Functional ties: shared emotional support or economic responsibilities will be used to define families
Social Systems Theory
: interdependent nature of Black family life in this society : societal=community=family=individual
Ecological Perspective
how black family structure is effected by environmental constraints. interpretation of family structure and process in relation to environmental constraints; interconnectedness occurring within and between different system levels
Developmental Conceptual Framework
viewing family structure and process over the family life cycle
Multiple Social Realities Perspective
families will maintain dynamic, ever-changing relationships with agents, groups, and institutions at various levels in the society
Nuclear family
Considered the "traditional" family. Consists of a mother, father, and the children
Five inherent strengths:
Strong kinship bonds
strong work orientation
adaptability of family roles
strong achievement orientation
strong religious orientation