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Strictly human social institution

Marriage

2

Must include a husband and wife

Conjugal Families

3

Research based upon information gathering
Experiments Surveys

Qualitative Study Research

4

Position determined at birth based upon family connections. i.e. India, estate systems, landowners.

Social Caste

5

Salaried positions requiring high levels of
education, i.e. professional and managerial positions

White Collar

6

What racial group is white?

Caucasoid

7

What racial group is black?

Negroid

8

What racial group is Asian?

Mongoloid

9

Negative and exclusionary behaviors

Discrimination

10

Free choice of partner

Autonomous Marriage

11

Attracted to the mom

Electra Complex

12

Both sexes equally

Bisexually

13

An enduring emotional, romantic, sexual or affectional attraction to another person

Sexual Orientation

14

A social process whereby the rules for acceptable social behavior are constructed by labeling unacceptable behaviors and attaching negative images and sanctions to those labels.

Heteronormativity

15

Male/Female

Gender

16

Includes joint decision making, marital power,
feeling of equity

Egalitarian Ethic

17

ability to influence others

Power

18

____ of all births result from unplanned conception

40%

19

Belief that having children is highly desirable

Pronatalism

20

High levels of expectations and demanding
but also involves high levels of support and responsiveness to needs. Parents involved in this parenting style are focused on child’s needs and development.

Authoritative

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High levels of expectations and
demandingness but do not engage in reasons or explain principles of behaviors. Parents engaged in this style promote high levels of conformity to rules, children often later in life tend to rebel/break rules.

Authoritarian

22

Hands off or Laissez-faire.
Parents are permissive and indulgent. They desire to have children as friends or confidants. Fosters strong emotion but does not provide sufficient guidance/control of child’s behaviors.

Permissive/indulgent

23

Classic Conditioning,
repetitive training where the response is the reward. If a child hears his mother’s Voice, footsteps, elicits a response from child.

Pavlov Theory

24

Ways of behaving consistently

Personality

25

Biological condition of being male/female

Sex

26

Is a speculation of how long an individual will live

Life Expectancy

27

The study of older persons

Gerentology

28

Self assisted suicide

Euthanasia

29

The uncertainty of boundaries as to who is part of the family and performs or is responsible for certain roles and responsibilities within the family

Boundary Ambuiguity

30

How you influence each other in a family

Interdependence

31

How many years does it take for a family to blend?

5-7

32

What age group is more accepting to remarriage?

8

33

Dependent on for survival not related to

Secondary Family

34

Study of human nature and behaviors

Sociology

35

Separation of race and color

Segregation

36

Legal dissolution of a marriage

Divorce

37

A snapshot at odd ferment times using the same info

Cross Sectional Design

38

A common theme among kids who have military parents is ___.

Patriotism

39

Promise and recognition of shared relationships

Commitment

40

Mirror someone's actions and lose identity of your own culture

Chameleon effect

41

Is a United States federal law that allows states to refuse to recognize same-sex marriages granted under the laws of other states passed by Clinton

Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA)

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Is a landmark civil rights decision of the United States Supreme Court, which invalidated laws prohibiting interracial marriage.

Loving v. Virginia