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SOCIOLOGY THE STUDY OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS
CHAPTER 12
The Family
Section 1: The Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Section 2: The American Family
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HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON
SOCIOLOGY THE STUDY OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS
Section 1: The Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Objectives:
 Describe the norms that influence the ways in
which marriage patterns are organized around
the world.
 Identify the basic societal needs that the
institution of the family satisfies.
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HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON
SOCIOLOGY THE STUDY OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS
Section 1: The Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Norms and Marriage Patterns
Around the World
 Number of marriage partners – in
industrialized nations marriages are usually
monogamous whereas in pre-industrial
societies the normal pattern is polygyny
 Residential Patterns – once individuals are
married they must decide where to live
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HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON
SOCIOLOGY THE STUDY OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS
Section 1: The Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Norms and Marriage Patterns
Around the World
(continued)
 Descent Patterns – in some societies people
trace kinship through the father’s side of the
family, in others descent is traced through the
mother’s side of the family or through both
parents
 Authority Patterns – the three basic types are
patriarchy, matriarchy and egalitarian
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HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON
SOCIOLOGY THE STUDY OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS
Section 1: The Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Basic Needs
Provided by the Family
 Regulation of sexual activity – enforce incest
taboo which is a norm forbidding sexual
relations or marriage between certain relatives
 Reproduction – societies establish norms
governing childbearing and child rearing
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HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON
SOCIOLOGY THE STUDY OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS
Section 1: The Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Basic Needs
Provided by the Family
(continued)
 Socialization – children must be taught the
ways of the society into which they were born
 Economic and Emotional Security – family
acts as the basic economic unit in society and
in most cases labor is divided on the basis of
gender
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HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON
SOCIOLOGY THE STUDY OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS
Section 2: The American Family
Objectives:
 Explain how American families begin and
describe some of the disruptions they might
face.
 Analyze some of the trends in American
family life currently being examined by
sociologists.
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HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON
SOCIOLOGY THE STUDY OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS
Section 2: The American Family
Beginnings of the American Family
and Disruptions
 Marriage begins with courtship and marriage
between either homogamous or heterogamous
couples
 Disruptions include family violence, divorce,
empty nest, return of adult children and death
of a spouse
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HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON
SOCIOLOGY THE STUDY OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS
Section 2: The American Family
Sociologists Examine Trends in
American Family Life
 Delayed Marriages – current trend is to marry later in
life and being single has become an acceptable
alternative to being married
 Delayed Childbearing – women are delaying
childbirth to complete their education and establish a
career
 Childlessness – couples are making the conscious
choice to remain voluntarily childless
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HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON
SOCIOLOGY THE STUDY OF HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS
Section 2: The American Family
Sociologists Examine Trends in
American Family Life
(continued)
 Dual-Earner Marriages – increase in the number of
dual-earner marriages due to the increased number of
women entering the workforce
 One-Parent Families – come about in various ways
such as divorce, death of a spouse, births to unwed
mothers or adoption by unmarried individuals
 Remarriage – the majority of people who get
divorcedabout 75 percentget remarried
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HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON