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#01 Q

This is the term for the family that you are born into
#01 A

p. 305
#02 Q

This is the term for the family that you form when you marry, and includes your spouse and (possibly) children
#02 A

p. 305
#03 Q

List the states within the U.S. that permit incestuous marriages
#03 A

No state
p. 306
#04 Q

MISCEGENATION LAWS existed in some states to prohibit marriages between the races, thereby preventing this from happening
#04 A

p. 306
#05 Q

This is the term for marriage between people of similar backgrounds and social characteristics
#05 A

p. 307
#06 Q

List three functions of DATING
#06 A

1) Recreation
2) Provides opportunities for sexual fulfillment
3) Status enhancement
p. 309
#07 Q

This is the term for the preferred residency pattern among newly married couples
#07 A

p. 310
#08 Q

List three functions of the family that have changed (not disappeared) during the past century
#08 A

1) Economic
2) Protective
3) Recreational
#09 Q

These are the two "basic and irreducible functions" performed by the family that Parsons and Bales (1955) identified
#09 A

1) Socialization
2) Emotional support
p. 313
#10 Q

This is true about violence in the family and in courtship
#10 A

Parents who are under a great deal of stress are more likely to abuse their children than those parents who are under less stress
p. 315
#11 Q

List one U.S. state that legally recognizes marriages between same-sex partners
#11 A

1) Massachusetts (2003-4)
2) New Jersey (October, 2006) - Ruled that the NJ state legislature must decide within 6 months on how to act permitting same-sex marriages or civil unions
[NOTE: At the time the Farley textbook was written, NO U.S. state recognized same-sex marriages]
p. 319