AS Sociology Essay Plans - Every question they could ask on family and household with a brief plan.

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Sociology ­ Families and Households Essay Plans
Family Diversity
Q. Examine
the reasons
for family
diversity.
(24 Marks)
Introduction
Stigma and Change in
Impact of Increase in
secularisatio attitudes
feminism divorce
n and laws
Conclusion
Q. Examine
the reasons
[Type of
family] is on
the
increase/de
crease/still
the norm.
(24 Marks)
Introduction
Reconstitute
Nuclear Lone parent Extended
d
Family families families
Family
Conclusion
Q. Examine
the reasons
for the
increase in
divorce. (24
Marks)
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Introduction
Decline in
Changes in Marriage
Changes in stigma and
the status of expectation
Laws secularisatio
women s
n
Conclusion
Changes in Family Structure & Demography
Q. Reasons
for the
change in
birth rates.
(24 Marks)
Introduction
Infant Changing Child
Economic
mortality position of centerednes
Liability
rate women s
Conclusion
Q. The
sociological
views of
social
policy. / The
impact of
state
policies on
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Introduction
Child Child
Divorce
protection support Chinas one
evaluate
Evaluate evaluate child policy
with theories
with theories with theories
Conclusion
Q.
Sociological
views of
industrialisat
ion. /
Examine the
effect of
industrialisat
ion and the
structure of
the family.
(24 Marks)
Introduction
Family
Functional Stages of Functions of
conjugal
fit the family the family
Roles
Conclusion
Childhood
Q.…read more

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Reasons for
Marxist and Child Changes in
Historical Cultural functionalist centerednes the position
view s of children /
Social class
Conclusion
Q. Changes
in the
position in
children
since
industrialisat
ion/compare
d to the past
(24 Marks)
Introduction
Child Birth rate Vulnerable
Laws and Isolated
protection and family and need
policies nuclear
and rights size protecting
Conclusion
Roles and Relationships within the Family
Q. Assess
the view that
the family
has become
more equal.…read more

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Conjugal
Symmetrical
Symmetrical Recent Domestic roles and
doesn't
does exist studies violence decision
exist
making
Conclusion
Q. Assess
the impact
of women in
paid work
on the
family. (24
Marks)
Introduction
Conclusion
Q. Examine
the feminist
influences in
the family.
(24 Marks)
Introduction
Symmetry /
Laws and Conjugal expressive
Paid work
policies roles an
instrumental
Conclusion
Q.…read more

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Marks)
Introduction
Facts and Women and Unreported Feminist
figures on domestic and and Marxist Criticisms
extent violence unrecorded views
Conclusion
Theories
Q. Assess
the
functionalist
view of the
family /
society
Introduction
Isolated
Parsons 2 Murdocks 4 Loss of
nuclear and Critisisms
functions functions functions
functional fit
Conclusion
Q.…read more

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Introduction
Marxist Fem
Radical view Liberal view Criticisms
view
Conclusion
Q.…read more

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