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FAMILY SOCIOLOGY PRESENTATION
Transcript of FAMILY SOCIOLOGY PRESENTATION
- Refers to persons related by blood, marriage, or adoption, and/or who share a common residence.
- May include biological or social linkages.
Actions such as caressing, hugging, kissing, or intercourse.
I. FUNCTIONS OF THE FAMILY
II.VARIATIONS IN FAMILY FORM
III. MATE SELECTION
What is Family?
BIOLOGICAL: everyone has a father and a mother.
SOCIAL LINKAGE: people are members of a group that they perceive as “family” because there is an intimacy of acceptance, support, and trust.
- Act of interacting with other people whereby the exchange of morals, norms, and views.
- Serves as an educational tool for children from parents.
Position in social hierarchy
1. SOCIALIZATION OF CHILDREN
Family parents or guardians are expected to teach the rules and expectations for behavior within a given society.
2. PRACTICAL & EMOTIONAL SUPPORT
Families should provide food, clothing, shelter, and other essentials that care for the physical and biological needs of the children as well as, the comfort, emotional help, and love that gives good self-esteem and emotional security for the kids.
3. Regulation of Sexual Behavior
The family is the major unit for teaching these norms, which uphold general ideas and morals and that, include also the norms of reproduction.
4. Conferring Social Status Upon Its Members
Children are born into their parents’ social class, religion, beliefs, culture, etc. which, serves as a basis or foundation for them as the children grow up.
5.Maintaining Economic System
Based on the social status of the family, different members may serve the society based on the wealth, privileges, prestige, or power they have.
1. NUCLEAR FAMILY
Made up of a married couple and dependent children.
2. EXTENDED FAMILY
It is made up of the nuclear family
3. SINGLE PARENT HOUSEHOLDS
It is the marriage between two people
Having more than one marriage partner
a. Polygay - one man, two or more woman.
b. Polyandry - one woman, two or more man.
1. Romantic love is relatively modern concept.
2. RULES OF SELECTION
a.Exogamy - Marriage outside cultural group.
b.Endogamy - Marriage within ethnic, religious or economic group.
c.Homogamy - Mate of similar background.
d.Heterogamy - Mate of different backgroud.
Relationships characterized by lack of power differentials between husbands and wives between parents and children.
4. PATTERNS OF DESCENT
a.Unilineal Descent - Traces descent through one family line.
b.Patrilineal Descent - Traces through male line.
c.Matrilineal Descent - Traces through female line.
d.Non-unilineal Descent - Traces through both lines.
5. PATTERNS OF RESIDENCES
Where new families establish residence.
6. PATTERNS OF AUTHORITY
a.Patriarchy - Family authority vested on male.
b.Matriarchy - Family authority vested on female.
c.Egalitarian - Family authority vested on both.
IV. ANALYSIS OF FAMILY
Universal functions of family: Functionalist view
a.Regulations of sexual activity
b.Replacement of social members
e.Intimacy and companionship
Dysfunctions of the family: Conflict perspective
a.Subordination of woman
b.Violence in the family
c.Perpetuated stratification system
d.Delegimize variant lifestyles
V. FAMILY CYCLE
1.Prechildren - Increasingly, couple choose to remain childless.
WHAT IS FAMILY VIOLENCE?
Family violence or domestic violence is the mistreatment of one family member by another to gain power and control. The violence can take on different forms:
1. PHYSICAL ABUSE
slapping, punching, choking,
or throwing things
2. EMOTIONAL ABUSE
yelling, making insults or threats
3. SEXUAL ABUSE
such as unwanted touching, incest or rape
withholding affection, money, food, health care or other needed care
Violence is the behavior involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or something.
the legal dissolution of a marriage by a court or other competent body.