Starbuck and Lundy Fam perspectives future Chapter 16 Pub 1.5

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Chapter 16: Family Perspectives, Policy, and the Future :

Chapter 16: Family Perspectives, Policy, and the Future Designed by Karen Saucier Lundy to supplement the textbook Families in Context: Sociological Perspectives , by Gene H. Starbuck and Karen Saucier Lundy. For publication information about the text: http://www.paradigmpublishers.com/Books/BookDetail.aspx?productID=409768

Images of the Past, Present and Future :

Images of the Past, Present and Future Family continua, change and interpretation Pessimistic view Optimistic view Decline in marriage rate Decreasing role of fathers in socialization of children due to increasing numbers of divorce and out-of-wedlock births.

Other Future Considerations :

Other Future Considerations Gaps between the rich and the poor and affect on family unit. Dual career families Single parent headed households

Family Policy:

Family Policy Macro level changes Economic influences Governmental influences What is family policy? Family policy roles Research Evaluation Impact analysis Policy advocacy Alternative education Complexity and unintended consequences Wage and job influences European models of the family

The Future is Here: The newly connected advanced postindustrial family and the virtual family world:

The Future is Here: The newly connected advanced postindustrial family and the virtual family world

Family of the Future:

Family of the Future Reproductive technology

Home-- not family-- as center of economic production? De-industrialization? :

Home-- not family-- as center of economic production? De-industrialization?

A.I. (Articial Intelligence) Film :

A.I. (Articial Intelligence) Film Avatars clones

TEST YOURSELF!!!:

TEST YOURSELF!!!

Test yourself!:

Test yourself!   A government plan with specific intent to influence families is termed_________. A. Unintended consequences. B. Family policy. C. Intrusive law. D. Economic policy

Test yourself!:

Test yourself! Which is NOT a major role for family research professionals? A. Research for family policy. B. Family evaluation research. C. Media and decline of family. D. Family impact analysis.

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