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Chester 1985
basic patterns of family life remain unchanged since 1940's
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Talcott Parsons
(F)Extended family no longer needed in an industrial society as nuclear family contains all of the essential roles, Roles are allocated between the husbands and wives in accordance with assumed instrumental characteristics of males and females.
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George Murodcck 1949
(F) the family is a social group characterised by common residence, economic co-operation and reproduction.
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Starkey and Anderson (1871)
Industrialisation increased the likelihood of an extended family, people had to move into newly created towns with relatives for comfort and security
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Starkey
Preston, Lancashire, 10% of 1851 consensus, 23& of households included kin.
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Graham Allen and Graham Crow (2001)
reconstructed- face problems of divided loyalties and issues such as contact with the non-resident parent which caused tensions.
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Stonewall (2008)
5-7% of adult population in same sex relationships
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Jeffrey Weeks 1999
the main reasons for increases in same sex families is greater social exceptions
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Haskey 2002
lone parent families make up 24% of families. 95% are headed by mothers
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Jean Renvoiza 1985
professional women are able to support children without the fathers involvement
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Robert Chester 1985 on cohabitation
Cohabvitation is part of the marriage process
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George Murdock on family roles 1949-
(F)1,sexual- rules forbidding sexual relationships outside if marriage, 2- reproductive- family is main unit of reproduction that maintains society, 3- economic-unit of production and consumers, 4-educational- primary socialisation
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E G Purdy
(LF) Women's exploitation is a result of their child care role
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Fran Ansley
Emotional support in the family from women stabilises male workers making them less likely to take their frustrations out on the system
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Veronica Beechey
Housewives provide care for current and future workers
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Karl Marx
Society is made up of conflict between the rich and the poor. (capitalism)
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Eli Zaretsky-
Family is the one place where male workers feel in control which helps them to feel oppression in wider society. Society creates the illusion that family life is separate from the economy.
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Frederick Engles
Family is designed to control women and protect property. It serves capitalist requirementsFletche
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Fletcher (1966)
(F) argues the introduction of the NHS and housing policies has helped families take better care of it's members and education.
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Charles Murray
(NR) Policies undermine the family, people are rewarded by anti-social behaviour by benefits.
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Willmott and young (1973)-
Symmetrical family and joint conjugal roles. 72% of husbands did domestic chores and helped with raising children and decision making
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Ann Oakley 1974
Domestic chores meant less than a couple of hours a week, still unequal.
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Artie Hochschild 1990
full time working women spent 3 hours a day doing housework whilst their husbands spend the equivalent of 17 minutes.
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Mansfield and Collard (1989~
Newly married wives where deeply disappointed with the lack of emotional support from their husbands.
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Self and Zealey 2007 (BR)
34% fewer births than in 1901.
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Self and Zealey 2007 DR
Life expectancy in males= 1901- aged 3, 2001 aged 77
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