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Lecture 6

SOC263 SOCIAL INEQUALITY LECTURE 6- FAMILY AND DOMESTIC LABOUR

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Sociology
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Social inequality: Families and Domestic Labour Outline of lecture & discussion 1. What is family? What is a household? 2. Families and the Production of Inequality a. Domestic labour b. Violence c. Sexualities Family: ­ Not a single definition (p.146) ­ Elements: blood­based and/or legal relationships (marriage) between people  occupying same residence ­ Site of social reproduction ­ Household: people who share the same house ­ Array of activities and relationships involve in maintain people on a daily basis  and inter­generationally ­ A site of social reproduction  ­ See. Book (StatsCan definition)  Modern Family ­ Shows varieties of family  ­ An increase in single­person household Family and Immigration ­ Immigrant tends to live in a house inhabited by a family ­ Family in part shaped by immigration Family and the Production of Inequality: Domestic labour:  ­ Maintaining the household  o Caring dimension ­ Caring for adults and children  o Industrial revolution: a society of consumption: ­ Consumption and making ends meet o The income earned is spend in the household economy  Families and the production of inequality ­
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