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What is the family ?
How do sociologist define it ? ( p 86)

Sociologist define it as

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What is different in Canada’s family today ?

1) new roles
2) new gender distinction
3)new child rearing patterns
4) women taking breadwinner role
5) many people rather live with each other then marry

3

What system does Canada follow ?

What does that system mean ?

1) Canada follows a bilateral descent system

2) kinship system in which both sides of the family are seen as equally important

4

Definition :

Patrilineal desceant :

Kinship system where only the fathers relatives are important

5

Definition : matrilineal descent:

Only the mothers relatives are seen as important

6

Definition : extended family

A family relatives
- grandparents
-uncles
-aunts
Live in these same household as parents and there children

7

Definition : monogamy

Marriage where two people are only married to each other

8

Definition : serial monogamy

Marriage where a person may have many spouses in his other lifetime but one at a time

9

Definition: polygyny

Form of polygamy = form of polygamy where a man may have more then one wife at the same time

10

Definition : polyandry

Form of polygamy where the women may have more then one husband at the same time

11

What do functionalist look into when it comes to family

What can families do for society and for their members

12

What are the 6 primary functions that family perform for us

1) reproduction = allows society to maintain itself by replacing dead members

2) socialization = transmitting norms values language culture from parents to children

3) protection = constant care and economic stability for a child

4) regulation of sexual behavior = time period and cultural values towards standards of sexual behavior defined within the family circle

5) affection and compassion: expecting caring understanding and support from our relatives

6) provision of social status = how race ethnicity religion social class of our parents will have an impact on our future

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Definition of endogamy

Marrying someone of there own kind

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Definition Homogamy =

Conscious / unconscious tendency to select a mate with similar characteristics to yourself

15

Polyamory

Open relationships can’t be illegal because it’s not marriage you need to have consent from all the partners

16

Common law :
Marriage:


Common law :
-cohabitation

Marriage :
-demographics changing
-postponement
-health

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Predicting marriage:

- length of marriage
-age and class
-homogamy ( opposites do not attract )

- cohabitation
-gender roles important ( household , chores women’s double day )

- remarriages : high

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What is the self ? ( 4 answer )

What makes you different ?

What do sociologist look at “ self “ as being ?

What is the self ?
Answer :
1) knowledge of your own being
2) your emotions
3) your way of thinking
4) your actions

What makes you different?
Answer : Your perspectives

What do sociologist look at the “ self “ as being ?

Answer : your own personal identity

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Theory # 1 On socialization

Symbolic interactions looks at ?

What impacts our self development?

Who coined the term though the looking glassself ?

How do we learn about ourselves?

How do we know if someone’s is happy with you ? ( 2 answers)

Symbolic interactions looks at :
How do we develop the self

Who coined the term the “ looking glass self “
Answer : Charles Cooley

What impacts our self development:
Answer : how others see us

How do we learn about ourselves?
Answer : through interactions


How do we know if someone’s happy with you ?
Answer :
1) through body language
2) expressions

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Theory # 2
“ the I and the Me”

Who coined the theory of the “ I and the Me “ ?

Who coined the theory the “ I and the Me “
Answer :
George Mead

What are the two components that form the self explain both components:

1) the “ I “ :
You’re born with the “ I “
- spontaneous, creative , impulsive , unpredictable

2)the “ Me “
Overtime you become the “ Me “ when you become socialized

Socialized self :
1) the one that makes you concerned for others
2) controls impulses and behaviors

Exemple: you want a car
Me : will work for car
I : will steal the car will throw a tantrum

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Who coined the theory: development of the self

Definition of significant others :

What age does the significant other take place / and what do you learn :

What is the importance of role taking ?

Who coined the theory-development of the self :
Answer : George Mead

Definition of significant others :
Answer :
People most important to our development of self
exemple: parent

What age does the significant other take place / and what do you learn :
Answer : from 0 to 3years old
And you learn the most important part of socialization


What is the importance of role taking :
Role taking helps people become socialized

* putting yourself in someone’s shoes *

22

Definition of sex :

Definition of what gender is ?

Definition of sex :
Answer :
Emphasizes differences in chromosomes anatomy and hormones

What is gender :
Gender is learned
Gender is sociolaly constructed

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What is transvestites :

What is Transgendered :

What is transsexuals :


What is homophobia:

Transvestites : not gay clothes you wear have nothing to do with your sexuality

Transgenderd : DONT feel like you were born in the right body

Transsexuals : sex change operation , are not homosexual

Homophobia : negative attitudes, intolerance
- heteronormativity, heterosexism

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What is the self ? ( 4 answer )

What makes you different ?

What do sociologist look at “ self “ as being ?

What is the self ?
Answer :
1) knowledge of your own being
2) your emotions
3) your way of thinking
4) your actions

What makes you different?
Answer : Your perspectives

What do sociologist look at the “ self “ as being ?

Answer : your own personal identity

25

Theory # 1 On socialization

Symbolic interactions looks at ?

What impacts our self development?

Who coined the term though the looking glassself ?

How do we learn about ourselves?

How do we know if someone’s is happy with you ? ( 2 answers)

Symbolic interactions looks at :
How do we develop the self

Who coined the term the “ looking glass self “
Answer : Charles Cooley

What impacts our self development:
Answer : how others see us

How do we learn about ourselves?
Answer : through interactions


How do we know if someone’s happy with you ?
Answer :
1) through body language
2) expressions

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Theory # 2
“ the I and the Me”

Who coined the theory of the “ I and the Me “ ?

Who coined the theory the “ I and the Me “
Answer :
George Mead

What are the two components that form the self explain both components:

1) the “ I “ :
You’re born with the “ I “
- spontaneous, creative , impulsive , unpredictable

2)the “ Me “
Overtime you become the “ Me “ when you become socialized

Socialized self :
1) the one that makes you concerned for others
2) controls impulses and behaviors

Exemple: you want a car
Me : will work for car
I : will steal the car will throw a tantrum

27

Who coined the theory: development of the self

Definition of significant others :

What age does the significant other take place / and what do you learn :

What is the importance of role taking ?

Who coined the theory-development of the self :
Answer : George Mead

Definition of significant others :
Answer :
People most important to our development of self
exemple: parent

What age does the significant other take place / and what do you learn :
Answer : from 0 to 3years old
And you learn the most important part of socialization


What is the importance of role taking :
Role taking helps people become socialized

* putting yourself in someone’s shoes *

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Definition of sex :

Definition of what gender is ?

Definition of sex :
Answer :
Emphasizes differences in chromosomes anatomy and hormones

What is gender :
Gender is learned
Gender is sociolaly constructed

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What is transvestites :

What is Transgendered :

What is transsexuals :


What is homophobia:

Transvestites : not gay clothes you wear have nothing to do with your sexuality

Transgenderd : DONT feel like you were born in the right body

Transsexuals : sex change operation , are not homosexual

Homophobia : negative attitudes, intolerance
- heteronormativity, heterosexism