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Sociology: A Down-to-Earth Approach 7/e James M. Henslin Chapter Sixteen: The Family This multimedia product and its contents are protected under copyright law. The following are prohibited by law: any public performance or display, including transmission of any image over a network; preparation of any derivative work, including the extraction, in whole or in part, of any images; any rental, lease, or lending of the program.

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In U.S.—One Woman, Man, and Children Other Cultures Polygamy and Polyandry Approved Group into which a Child is Born? What is a Family?

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'A family consists of people who consider themselves related by blood, marriage, or adoption.' Family Defined

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Families Establish Patterns of… Mate Selection Descent Inheritance Authority Common Cultural Themes

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Economic Production Socialization of Children Care of Sick and Aged Marriage and Family in Theoretical Perspective—Functionalist

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Recreation Sexual Control Reproduction Marriage and Family in Theoretical Perspective—Functionalist

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Functions of Incest and Taboo Isolation and Emotional Overload Marriage and Family in Theoretical Perspective—Functionalist

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Gender and Power Power Struggle over Housework Marriage and Family in Theoretical Perspective—Conflict

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Gender the Meaning of Marriage Gender Role Identification Marriage and Family in Theoretical Perspective—Symbolic Interaction

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Love and Courtship in Global Perspective Marriage The Family Life Cycle

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Childbirth Marital Satisfaction Social Class The Family Life Cycle

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Child Rearing Married Couples and Single Mothers Day Care Nannies Social Class Birth Order The Family Life Cycle

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Family in Later Life The Empty Nest 'Boomerang' Children Widowhood The Family Life Cycle

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African-American Families Latino Families Asian Families Native American Families Diversity in U.S. Families

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One-Parent Families Families Without Children Blended Families Gay and Lesbian Families Diversity in U.S. Families

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Postponing Marriage Cohabitation Unmarried Mothers Grandparents as Parents The Sandwich Generation and Elder Care Trends in U.S. Families

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Problems in Measuring Divorce Children of Divorce Absent Fathers and Serial Fatherhood Ex-Spouses Remarriage Divorce and Remarriage

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The Dark Side Battering Child Abuse Marital Rape Incest Two Sides of Family Life

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The Bright Side—Successful Marriages Spouse is Best Friend Like Spouse as Person Think Marriage is Long-Term Commitment Believe Marriage is Sacred Two Sides of Family Life

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The Bright Side—Successful Marriages Agree with Spouse Aims and Goals Believe Spouse Grown More Interesting Want Relationship to Succeed Laugh Together Two Sides of Family Life

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No Danger of Becoming a Relic Cohabitation, Single Mothers, Age at Marriage, Grandparents as Parents will Increase Changes in Balance of Work and Home The Future of Marriage and Family

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