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family solidarity point: actual activities, type and frequency of getting together
associational
family solidarity point: closeness...proximity
structural
family solidarity point: helping
functional
family solidarity point: emotional bond
affection
family solidarity point: sharing similar values, easiest one to find conflict with
consensual
family solidarity point: shared expectations of family life
normative
1 of 4 models of social support: spouse usually at the top, then children
hierarchical-compensatory model
1 of 4 models of social support: based on what has to be done and who's good at doing it
task-specific model
1 of 4 models of social support: driven by relationship
functional-specificity
1 of 4 models of social support: constantly chifting of who takes the lead
convoy model
1 of 6 grandparenting styles: feel close but no active parenting roles
companion
1 of 6 grandparenting styles: participate in life and development of chld yet still reserve the right to indulge
apportioned
1 of 6 grandparenting styles: less involved and live far away
remote
1 of 6 grandparenting styles: take on parenting responsibilities
involved
1 of 6 grandparenting styles: emotionally closer than remote but less contrubution to actual lives
individualized
1 of 6 grandparenting styles: black culture more likely....full responsibility
authoritative
1 of 5 types of sibling ties: daily contact
intimate
1 of 5 types of sibling ties: friend, not daily contact
congenial
1 of 5 types of sibling ties: most common, based on family history
loyal
1 of 5 types of sibling ties: indifferent, rarely in contact
apathetic
1 of 5 types of sibling ties: anger, resentment, negative feelings
hostile