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1. What is social roles?

  • When a couple set up their own home.
  • Parts we play in society, each role has its own roles which tells us how we should act in that role.
  • The process of learning to become a member of society.
  • Threatening behaviour, committed by a family member against another.
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2. What is identity?

  • How we see ourselves and how others see us.
  • It is when someone remains single as a positive life-style choice.
  • It is idea's about what is worthwhile and important in a culture.
  • It is where the woman combines the responsibilities of a paid job with a mother/housewife role.

3. What is a beanpole family?

  • A three generation, matrilocal family in which the family members have frequent face to face contact
  • A tall narrow extended family, consisting of 4+ generations
  • A family in which non-dependent children return home to their parents
  • A two generation family consisting of parents and their depended children

4. What is neolocal?

  • A couple that set up their own home.
  • Living with or near the wife's family.
  • A legal termination of a marriage.
  • Where people live together without being married.

5. What is family?

  • People that are related by blood, marriage, adoption, civil partnership or cohabitation.
  • A three generation, matrilocal family in which the family members have frequent face to face contact
  • A family in which conjugal roles are similar but not identical.
  • A legal termination of a marriage.

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