The family, social structure and social change

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Murdock
He defined family as 'a social group characterized by common residence, economic cooperation and reproduction. It includes adults of both sexes, two of whom must main an approved socially acceptable sexual relationship, with one or more children.
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Bernandes
Believes that we dont think of traditional stereotypes, we just do it, in our day to day lives.
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Parsons
Argued the economic system of pre-industrial societies were based on extended families. Extended family there to provide for the family.
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Parsons
Agreed that jobs between husband and wives were complementary.
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Laslett
Only 10% of families in pre-industrial times were extended family.
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Anderson
After industrialization, nuclear family grew.
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Believes that we dont think of traditional stereotypes, we just do it, in our day to day lives.

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Bernandes

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Argued the economic system of pre-industrial societies were based on extended families. Extended family there to provide for the family.

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Agreed that jobs between husband and wives were complementary.

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Only 10% of families in pre-industrial times were extended family.

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