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Norm
Accepted rule of behaviour eg saying please and thank you
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Value
What we believe is important eg privacy, manners
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Socialisation
The process where you learn the norms and values of society
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Primary Socialisation
Learning the norms and values in your first place eg at home with family
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Secondary Socialisation
Learning norms and values outside of home - reinforce norms and values eg through education
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Formal social control
Things that are set up ie institutions to enforce social behaviour eg criminal justice system
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Informal social control
Informal processes which are in society eg friends and family
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Conjugal roles
Roles played by a male and female partner in a marriage or in cohabitation
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Joint/Segregated
Joint- shared load of work ........ Segregated- seperated work into stereotypical roles
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Instrumental role
Male role earning money, bread winner of the family
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Expressive role
Women role within family, nuturing
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Geographical mobility
People move from one place to another eg in search for work
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Symmetrical family
couples share work and leisure time equally
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Patriarchal
Male dominated society
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Commercialisation of housework
housework has become easier due to mass production eg dishwashers, microwaves, ready meals. This means women don't have to do domestic tasks all day
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Dual Burden
Women who go to work and get paid still have to do housework
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Triple Shift
3 roles women have- paid work, domestic labour and child care/ emotional work
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Gender Scripts
Gender script is what we expect males and females to do
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Domestic Violence
physical, psychological, sexual or financial violence that takes place within an intimiate or family type relationship and froms a pattern of coercive and controlling behaviour.
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Wilkinson
domestic violence occurs because of inequality and stress. Worries about money jobs and housing spill over into domestic conflict.
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Allowance sytem
man give woman allowance
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Social construction of housewife
Society has a chosen role for women
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Parsons Organic analogy
society is like a body and the key instituations within society are like organs of the body and rely on eachother
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