Sociology, Family

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Adultist
Blast in favour of adults at the expense of children
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Beanpole family
A family that links between generations like grandparents not uncles etc
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Birth rate
Number of live births per 1000 of the population per year
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Breadwinner
Person earning the money for the family
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Capitilism
People are empolyed for wages, and buisnesses are set up with the aim of making a profit
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Conjugal roles
The roles between husbands and wives
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Demographic revolution
Where fertility rates and birth rates decline because people expect lower rates of infancy death so have fewer children
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Feminism
Women are disadvantaged and exploited by men
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Functionalism
a belief that social institutions serve some positive purpose
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Ideological sate apparatus
Points of society which encourage people to except the values of the ruling classes these help to maintain caoitialist society
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Infant mortality rate
The number of children that dye before their 1st birthday per thousands of live births per year
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Matrifocal family
Headed family by the mother where she is not co resident with a male partner
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New right
People who support the free market rather than state intervention and they believe traditional moral values should be valued
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Free market
A system where buisnesses can compete with eachother without state interference
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Card 2

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A family that links between generations like grandparents not uncles etc

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Beanpole family

Card 3

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Number of live births per 1000 of the population per year

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Card 4

Front

Person earning the money for the family

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Card 5

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People are empolyed for wages, and buisnesses are set up with the aim of making a profit

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