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Household
person living alone or with a group, may or may not be related
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Parson
instrumental + expressive role
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Bott
segregated role + joint conjugal roles
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young and wilmott
march of progress to equality
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Boulton
fewer than 20% of men involved in child care
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Gershuny
wives who don't work do 83% of work. part time 82%. full time 73%.
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Dunne
blames gender scripts
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edgell
career takes priority so men makes choice. men - make very important choices, finance, moving jobs. women make decisions on shopping, decorating.
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mirrlees-black
survey of 16k suggests 6.6 million domestic attacks a year
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what percentage of attacks is on women?
99%
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fraction of women who receive this abuse
1/4 have, 1/8 repeatedly
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yearnshire
35 attacks till reported
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cheal, 3 reasons polic reluctant to get involved?
family is private. family is a good thing "dark side is neglected", women are free to leave
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vogler
pooling and allowance
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Elliot criticism
not all men are violent and benefit from violence. most oppose it
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wilkinson says
low income, overcrowded house, worries lack of money can cause violence
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mirrlees black stats on men
1 in 20 men attacked. 1 in 8 repeatedly
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humphrey
1/4 of 200 women left husband for childs safety
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postman blur between adults and children
childrens ignorance, replaced with knowledge
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dixon margo
uk near top in international tables for obesity, self harm, drug abuse, violence, teenage pregnancy and sex
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benedicts 3 differences on industrial child hood and non industrial
responsibility at early age, children valued less and sexual behaviour
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age patriarchy
inequalities between adults and children
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criticisms of murdocks 4 functions of family
fem- serves men marx- serves capitalism, not family members
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criticisms of parons functional fit
young an wilmott- pre industrial families were nuclear. industrial society had "mum centered" extended families among working class for support
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average to give birth
29.6
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fertility rate among 30 and 40 year old women
increased
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fertility rate
2.95 in 1964. 1.84 in 2006
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infant mortality rates
154 in 1900 30 in 2007
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death rate
19 in 1900 10 in 2007
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average in the uk
34 in 1971. 39.6 in 2007
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Griffiths says
facing a problem of meeting the cost of all the old people
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2001 ethnic minority population
7.9%
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immigrants1994 vs 2004
1994= 314k 2004= 582k
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emigrants " "
1994=238k 2004=360k
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divorce rates 1921 and 1961
21=3k 61=27k
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charles on the extended family now days
all but extinct except in bangladeshi families in the city
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willmott extended family now days
continues as dispersed extended family through frequent visits and calls
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7/10 divorce applications
from women
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1923 policy on divorce
equalised gender grounds for divorce
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Bell
working class mother and domestic support each other domestically. Middle class father and son financial support
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Murray
fathers will abandon responsibility if states will look after their kids. council provides housing for unmarried teens who have a child, encourages teen girls to have their poonanny smashed and have a baby.
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Land (feminist)
social policies assume ideal family is patriarchal nuclear
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tax benefit policies assume
men are natural wage earners
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Drew two types of gender regimes
familistic and individualistic(men and women treated equal)
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eg. of individualistic
sweeden treat men and women as equal for breadwinning and domestic work
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greece assume (familistic)
men are breadwinners, little childcare benefits for women
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Chester
cohabitation is a step toward marriage
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Coast
75% of cohabs expect to get married in the marriage
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Bejin
cohab among some young represents conscious way of creating more personal, negotiated and equal relationship
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shelton and john
women in cohab do less house work
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5-7% of adults have
same sex relationships(impossible to tell if increase, stigma and illegality in the past)
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1965 gay policy
******* legal at 21
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more recent gay policy
gays can have sex same age as straights
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2002 cohabs given ..
same right to adoption as married
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2004 civil partnership act
same sex couples can w
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as of 2006 3/10 households
contain one person (half are 65+) doubles since 1961. no. of below 65's living alone tripled since 1961.
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renvoise
some women single by choice, professional women can support them and their children/
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New right on divorce
undesirable. undermines nuclear family. welfare dependent lone more
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feminists
desirable. gives women choice. breaking from opression
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functionalists
marriage isn't under threat, divorce just shows people have high expectations but remarriage is high so shows peoples commitment to marriage
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postmodernists
see it as free choice and creates family diversity
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4/10 marriage
end up a remarriage in 2005
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31 average age of first marriage in 2005. what was it in 1971
24!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 8===D
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1981 60% of marriage in church. how many god botherers in 2005
2005
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reasons for increase in cohab, decrease in marriage
secularisation, cohabitation, decline in negatives attitudes at sex out of marriage 1989- 44% say it's okay 62%-2000
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opinions on cohabitation old and young
88% 18-24 say it's all good homie. 40% of the old bags (65+) say it is okay, just cuz they ain't gettin none
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80% of step families have
a child from the ladies side
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ferri and smith
reconstituted families at greater risk of poverty
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7.9% of country
minorities
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half of black familys with dependent children are
headed by a black lone parent(2002)
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where as indians
only one in 10
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idea for reason behind black trend
slavery because when they were sold, children would go with the mother. unemployed black dudes.
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Mirza
black women place high importance on independence. they are not disorganised families.
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reynolds
data is misleading most lone parents have support financially
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bangladeshi average no. in house
4.5
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indians
3.3
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pakistani's
4.1
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blacks
2.3
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whites
2.4
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Ballard
migrants offered support when migrating in the 50's and 60's this is why asians have giganticus lupicus families
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Donzelot
social and health workers control and change families
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condry
compulsory parenting orders through court control families
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new labour and new right similarity
both agree nuclear family is the best family. cut benefits to lone parents.
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benson
studied the percentage of who becomes lone parents. married-6%. cohabs 20%. closely involved-74%
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Critics of new right
no evidence lone parents are part of dependent. patriarchal and oppressive
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chester- post modernists
neo coventional families. dual earner families.lone parent are temporary, most people still aspire to have a traditional family.
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support of chester
most people live in house headed by married couple.most marriages continue until death. divorcees re-marry and cohabitation is increasing
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rapoport and rapoport 5 family types
organisational diversity (eg. joint conjugal or segregated roles). cultural diversity. life stage(new weds, couples with kids. retired and kids left). social class(i.e different incomes effect structure). generational
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weeks
shift in attitudes
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beck- risk society
we live in a society of risks. though traditional family was oppressive and unequal provided stability. undermined by greater individualism and gender equality.
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