Sociology Unit 1 (Name and Definition)

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Parsons
'Fuctionally Fit' Nuclear Family is geographically and Socially mobile.The Male has an Instrumental Role and the Female has an Expressive Role
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Bott
Segregated Roles and Joint Conjugal roles.
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Young and Willmott
March of the progress- rise in symmetrical family.
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Ferri and Smith
The dual burden.
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Oakley
'rise of the housewife role', therefore disagrees with symmetrically family.
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Murdock
family performs 4 functions. 1. Stable satisfaction of the sex drive. 2. Reproduction of the next generation. 3. Socialisation of the young. 4. Meeting its members economic needs.
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Wagg
Childhood is socially constructed.
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Marxist
Capitalism- working class (prolatriats) and upper class (Bourgeoise). control society by 1. inheritance of property. 2. Ideological fuctions. 3. A unit of consumption.
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Feminism
Liberal feminism- women treated more equally. Marxist feminism- women reproduce labour force. Radical feminism- men are the enemy. Difference feminism- not all womens experiences are the same.
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Ansley
(marxist feminist) women are takers of ****.
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Beechley
(marxist feminist) reserve army of labour.
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Somerville
(liberal feminist) equal pay act and sex discrimination.
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Greer
(radical feminist) seperatism
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Zaretsky
home is the 'Haven'.
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Benedict
Children are treated differently in western countries than in non-industrial societies.
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Malinowski
Adults took an attidute of tolerance and amused interest towards childrens sexual behaviour and activities.
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Aries
In middle ages, the idea of childhood did not exist.
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Shorter
High death rates encouraged indifference and neglect especially towards infants.
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Pollock
in the middle ages its more correct to say: society had a different aspect of childhood than todays.
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Donzelot
child development from 19th century stresses children need supervision and protection.
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Gittens
age patriarchy describes inequalities between children and adults.
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Postman
childhood is disappearing
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Opie
childhood isnt disappearing
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Palmer
Toxic childhood- cultural changes have damaged physical, emotional and intelluctual development of children.
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The Grffiths Report
Care on elderly and the costs.
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Segregated Roles and Joint Conjugal roles.

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Bott

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March of the progress- rise in symmetrical family.

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The dual burden.

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'rise of the housewife role', therefore disagrees with symmetrically family.

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