Sociology 2235 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Parental Leave, Neoliberalism

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3) comparing our lives is mentally unhealthy: people feel socially isolated due to the comparison factor of social media, comparison made in upward or downward direction; both make people feel worse about themselves, comparison leads to jealousy. 4) delusion is thinking that it will help: unhealthy cycle of social media: use it ad then come back to it, most people believe they will feel better after using it, even though this is untrue. All social and economic policies affect families, but the term family policy usually refers to social programs, laws, and public directives designed to promote and enhance marriage, reproduction, and raising children. Since confederation in 1867, canada has family policies; however, it does not have a coordinated national family policy. Canadian family policy is influenced by several factors including having two levels of government, federal and provincial, a legal system with common law and civil codes, and ideological shifts between neoliberalism and a welfare state.

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