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Sociologist theorists to use:
Family and households ­ UNIT 1
Topic 1 ­ Couples
Topic 2 ­ Childhood
Topic 3 ­ The functions of the family
Topic 4 ­ Demography
Topic 5 ­ Changing family patterns (Marriage and divorce)
Topic 6 ­ Family diversity and the life course
Topic 7 - Families and social policy
Topic 1;
Domestic division of labour
Talcott Parsons (1995) - Instrumental and expressive roles
Elizabeth Bott (1957) ­ Joint and segregated conjugal roles
Young & Wilmott (1973) ­ The symmetrical family
Ann Oakley (1974) ­ A feminist view of housework and the rise of the
housewife roles
Mary Boulten (1983) ­ A feminist view of housework
The impact of paid work
Jonathan Gershuny (1994) ­ trend towards equality
Oriel Sullivan (2000) ­ trend towards equality
Rosemary Crompton (1997) ­ trend towards equality
Hilary Silver (1987) & Juliet Schor (1993) ­ the commercialisation of
housework
Elsa Feri & Kate Smith (1996) ­ dual burden
Lydia Morris (1990) ­ dual burden
Xavier Ramos (2003) ­ dual burden
Sara Arber and Jay Ginn (1995) ­ dual burden
Arlie Hochschild (1983) ­ invisible and emotional work
David Morgan (1997) ­ invisible and emotional work

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Jean Duncombe and Dennis Marsden (1995) ­ invisible an emotional
work
Gillian Dunne (1999) ­ division of labour in lesbian households
Jefferey Weeks (1999) ­ division of labour in lesbian households
Resources and decision- making in household
Michelle Barrett and Mary McIntosh (1991)
Elaine Kempson (1994) ­ money decision in household
Hilary Grahams (1984) - how resources are shared
Jan Pahl & Carolyn Vogler (1993) ­ changes in money management and
decision making and paid work
Irene Hardill (1997) ­ dual career families and decision…read more

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Social construction ­ historical differences in childhood
Philippe Aries (1960)
Edward Shorter (1975)
Position of children improved
Lloyd De Mause (1974) - March of progress view
The conflict view
Caroline Woodroffe (1993) ­ Inequalities among children
Marilyn Howard (2001) - Inequalities among children
Shulamith Firestone (1979) and John Holt (1974) ­ inequalities between
children and adults
Hugh Cunningham (2007) ­ control over children's space
Cindi Katz (1993) ­ control over children's space
Neglect and abuse
Control over children's time
Control over children's bodies
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George Peter Murdock (1949) ­ 4 essential functions
The Marxist perspective on the family
Inheritance of property
Ideological functions
Eli zaretsky (1976)- A unit of consumption
Feminist perspective on the family
Liberal feminism
Fran Ansley (1972) - Marxist feminism
Jenny Somerville (2000) - Radical feminism
Germaine Greer (2000) ­ radical feminism
Difference feminism
Topic 4;
Thomas Mckeown (1972) ­ improved nutrition
Brass and Kibir (1978) ­ decline in the infant mortality rate
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Charles Murray (1984)
Elsa Ferri and Kate Smith (1998)
Graham Allan & Graham Crow (2001)
Jane Ribbens McCarthy et al (2003)
Mary Chamberlain's (1999)
Roger Ballard (1982)
Heidi safia Mairza (1997)
Nickie Charles (2005)
Jennifer Mason (1993)
Colin Bells (1968)
Topic 6;
Harry Benson (2006)
Amato (2000)
Ann Oakley (1997)
Robert Chester (1985)
Rhona and Robert Rapoport (1982)
Tamara Harevan (1978)
Clare Holdsworth and David Morgan (2005)
Ulrich Beck and Elizabeth Beck-Gernsheim (1995)
Judith Stacey (1998)
Morgan (1996)
Jefferey Weeks (2000)
Topic 7;
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