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nuclear family
family consisting of a husband, wife, and child(ren)
extended family
a nuclear family plus other relatives such as grandparents, aunts, uncles
household
people who occupy same housing unit
kinship
related by ancestors, marriage, adoption, or legal obligation
clan
people with same surname
cohabitation
unmarried couples living together in a sexual relationship
endogamy
practice of marrying within one's own social group
exogamy
practice of marrying outside one's social group
patrilocal
wife lives with husband near in-laws
neolocal
don't live near either sets of parents
patriarchy
society/group in which men dominate women; authority is vested in males
egalitarian marriage
authority is equally divided between individuals (husband and wife)
sex
male/female; biological characteristics that distinguish females and males
gender
behaviours and attitudes that a society considers proper for its males and females; masculinity/feminity
feminism
social movement with goal to create equality for women in a society where they experience inequality
1st movement of feminism
not very radical; gave women the right to vote
2nd movement of feminism
little more radical; asking men to change their behavior to a degree
3rd movement of feminism
goal to figure out what is uniquely positive in being female