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family ecology
theme: the ecological context of the family affects family life and children's outcomes
key concepts: environment
family development
theme: family experiences predictable changes over time
-key concepts: family life cycle, developmental tasks
structure-functional
theme: family performs 3 essential functions for society: 1. Raising children, 2.providing Economic support, 3. give Emotional security.
interactionist
theme: the internal dynamics of the family as a group of interacting individuals shape the family; how we interact inside the family

-Interactionists assume that an individual develops a self-concept, identity, and meaning through their social interactions
systems theory
family as a whole is more than the sum of its parts
example: husband, wife, and their relationship
Family life cycle stages
1. newly established couple
2. families of preschoolers
3. families of primary school chidren
3. famillies with adolescents
4. families in middle years
5. aging families
Exchange theory
the resources that individuals bring to a relationship or family affect formation, continuation, and nature of a relationship
-includes costs and rewards, exchange balance, power, decision making
Chodrow's theory of gender
A theory of gender socialization that combines psychoanalytic ideas about identification of children with parents with an awareness of what those parents’ social roles are in our society
Huber’s theory of gender stratification
A theory which posits that gender inequality in a society is a consequence of the type of economy in that society: foraging, agricultural, or industrial
Name the ways that Huber's gender strat gives diff role status to diff stages
foraging=moen women partic eq
agricult=patriarchy develops
industrial =separate spheres, womens domestic work really doesn't contribute to economy anymore
Number of:
-love languages
-love styles
-family perspectives
-love languages = 5
-love styles=6
-family perspectives = 8
Reiss’s Wheel
(RS.MP)
Rapport
Self-Revelation
Mutual Dependency
Personal Need fufilment
Sternberg’s Triangle Theory of Love
(PIC with a consummate center)
Passion
Intimacy
Commitment
4 Student racial identity models
(BS TP)
Border Identity
Singular Identity
Transcendent Identity
Protean Identity
3 frameworks for working with minorities
(DEV)

Cultural Deviant
Cultural Equivalent
Cultural Variant
Definition of family
EIcO)
Form economic unit
Consider identity to be significantly attached to the group
Commitment to maintaining the group
unctions of family- According to Structural/Functional Perspective
(REE)
Raise children
Provide Economic support
Give Emotional security
Family Life Cycle Stages
(NP.PAM.A)
1. newly established couple
2. families of preschoolers
3. families of primary school chidren
3. famillies with adolescents
4. families in middle years
5. aging families
Gay Identity models
SIIC
Sensitization
Identity confusion
Identity assumption
Commitment
Cass's gay identity model
Identity Confusion
Identity Comparison
Identity Tolerance
Identity Acceptance
Identity Pride
Identity Synthesis
Fewer/Greater people are married.
fewer
single person households ( 1 person living alone) represents...
25%
More ---- are married than --.
older men>older women married
More births are to nonmarried moms, but the nonmarital birth rate is stable
More births are to nonmarried moms, but the nonmarital birth rate is stable
More elderly people than..
children
Divorce rates have___
Remarriage rates have ___.
Both rates remain high
stabalized, declined
The majority of kids live in what kind of household?
2 parent
Over last 5 yrs, the no of kids living in single parent homes has ..
stabililzed