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What is the structure of 'Something's Coming' by Bernstein?
'Something's Coming' doesn't follow a standard structure such as verse and chorus. Instead it is held together by three ideas or themes which are heard throughout the song and presented in different ways.
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What is a nuclear family?
Married parents and their biological children.
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What is a reconstituted family?
When 2 adults remarry and bring their children from a previous relationship into the new family (step-family)
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What is a lone parent family?
One parent bringing up their child(ren) alone
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What is a same sex family?
Same gender parents with their own children or adopted children.
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What is an empty nest family?
When all the children from the family leave (e.g. to uni or move to their own home.)
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What is a beanpole family?
A family that is family fewer children, but people are living longer.
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What is a Neo-Conventional family?
a nuclear family leaded by a couple who are living together, or married and both working.
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What is a co-habiting family?
Where two people are living together but they are not married.
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What is a Patriarchal family?
This is where the male (father) dominates the family
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What is a symmetrical family?
This is where both parents take an equal share in jobs.
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What is an extended family?
This is a family consisting of grandparents, aunts and uncles as well as parents and children.
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What is the functionalist's view on the family?
They see the family as POSITIVE for society as the nuclear family performs for the good of society.
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What is the Marxist's view on the family?
They see family as NEGATIVE for society. Believe that the family socialises the working class to accept that it is fair the classes are UNEQUAL..
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What is the New Right's view on the family?
They see the family as NEGATIVE for society if it is not a nuclear family BUT see single parent and same sex families as bad for society.
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What is the Feminists view on the family?
They see family as NEGATIVE for society. Believe that the family is male dominated (PATRIARCHAL).
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Why is marriage in decline?
There is a rise in cohabitation. It's not frowned upon to not be married with children. Weddings are expensive. Less people are religious. Marriage isn't seen as really important anymore.
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Why is divorce rising?
It doesn't have the stigma it used to have. It's easy to get a divorce. Religion is less important nowadays. Women don't have to stay in an unhappy relationship.
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What is the triple shift?
The triple shift is where women go out to work then come home and do all the housework and childcare.
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What is the Dual Burden?
Women now work but tend to do most of the housework too. So in theory, they have two jobs.
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What is invisible work?
Women do jobs that aren't really noticed such as signing school letters...
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What is a commune?
Where groups of people live together and share all responsibility of jobs, including childcare.
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What is a Kibbutz?
It's an Israeli form of a commune.
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What is co-housing?
Where someone has their own area in a house but may share an eating and socialising area.
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What is a nuclear family?

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Married parents and their biological children.

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What is a reconstituted family?

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Card 4

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What is a lone parent family?

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Card 5

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What is a same sex family?

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