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Parsons functionsalist view
nucleur family woemn are meant to stay at home and look after the childre while men go out to work and be the breadwinner
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parsons division of labour
Parsons argues that the reason for the division of labour is beacuse women are naturally suited for the expressive role whereas men are made for the instrumental role, he says that it benefits men, women and wider society
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Elizabeth Bott
There are two types of conjugal roles: Joint conjugal roles; where the couples share the same equal roles and they spend their leisure time together,
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Elizabeth Bott
segregated conjugal roles: this is where the men go out to work and the women stay at home and loom after the childre, the couple tend to spend their leisure time sepreately
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Feminist: Criticisms of the Functionalist view
feminist criticise parsons division of labour as they argue that it is benefical to men only
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march of progress view Criticisms of Parsons
Young and Willmott criticise parsons view as they say that men are begining to improve and that they're helping out more in the household
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March of Progress View Young and Willmott
Men are begininng to improve, the roles that men are women are taking on may not be equal but they are similar, this is called symmetrical family.
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March of progress viw Young and Willmott
young and Willmott found that symetrical families are most common in young couple this is because the couple move away from the neighbourhood in which they grew up
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March of progress viw Young and Willmott reasons for increase in symmetrical family
They say that the reason for the rise in symmetrical families is because the position of women are improving, more women are starting to work even though it may be part time
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March of progress viw Young and Willmott reasons for increase in symmetrical family
Geographical mobility, increase of technology and higher standards of living
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Parsons argues that the reason for the division of labour is beacuse women are naturally suited for the expressive role whereas men are made for the instrumental role, he says that it benefits men, women and wider society

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parsons division of labour

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There are two types of conjugal roles: Joint conjugal roles; where the couples share the same equal roles and they spend their leisure time together,

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segregated conjugal roles: this is where the men go out to work and the women stay at home and loom after the childre, the couple tend to spend their leisure time sepreately

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feminist criticise parsons division of labour as they argue that it is benefical to men only

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