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Functionalism: The 4 functions of the family
Murdock
1 of 22
Functionalism: Warm bath
Parsons
2 of 22
Functionalism: Increased Functions
Fletcher
3 of 22
Functionalism: March of Progress (Symmetrical families)
Willmott and Young
4 of 22
New Right: Dependency culture(underclass of people depending on state money)
Murray
5 of 22
New Right: Fatherless families, worse life chances
Dennis and Erdos
6 of 22
New Right: Decline of the Nuclear family
Morgan
7 of 22
Marxism: Monogamous family need
Engels
8 of 22
Marxism: Employers use housewife unpaid role to their advantage
Zaretsky
9 of 22
Marxism: Ideological state apparatus
Althusser
10 of 22
Marxism: Children learn to conform to authority so they will become co operative
Cooper
11 of 22
Feminism: March of Progress
Somerville
12 of 22
Feminism: Domestic Labour
Benston
13 of 22
Feminism: Alienated husbands and "takers of sh*t"
Ansley
14 of 22
Feminism: Violence against women
Dobash and Dobash
15 of 22
Feminism: Unhappy wives
Greer
16 of 22
Interactionalism: The managed heart/emotion work
Hochshild
17 of 22
Interactionalism: Becoming a parent
Backett
18 of 22
Interactionalism: The intimate world of marriage (many different types of marriages)
Clark
19 of 22
Post modernists: Risk society and negotiated family
Beck
20 of 22
Post modernists: Pure relationships and confluent love
Giddens
21 of 22
Post modernists: Divorce extended family
Stacey
22 of 22

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Functionalism: Warm bath

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Parsons

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Functionalism: Increased Functions

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Functionalism: March of Progress (Symmetrical families)

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New Right: Dependency culture(underclass of people depending on state money)

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