Sociology 1020 Lecture Notes - Nuclear Family, Heterogamy, Exogamy

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Social institution that unites people in cooperative groups to oversee the bearing and raising of children: kinship . A social bond based on blood, marriage or adoption: family unit . Defined as two or more people who are related by blood, adoption, marriage or some other form of extended commitment and who reside together. One or two parents and their unmarried children. Most common family type: extended family . Nuclear family plus other kin (grandparents, uncles, ect. ) 2. 8% of families in canada of extended. Marriage between people of the same social category. Within your own group (same race, same class, same religion, ect. : exogamy . What sex are you: female - 62, male - 38. Which does your family wish you to do: endogamy 56 45: males, 61: females, exogamy 44 55: males, 39: females. Will your family arrange a marriage for you: yes 3 2: males, 3: females, no 97 98: males, 98: females.

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