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Lecture 2

SOC 281 Lecture 2: Chapter 2

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Spring 2018

Department
Sociology
Course Code
SOC 281
Professor
Wentling
Lecture
2

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9/6/16
“Familia”
Latin word in the Roman Empire
Men’s wives and children, slaves and servants bear his name after they
were freed.
Cohen: Four Historical Periods
Colonial America (<1820)
Large Families fulfill responsibilities of survival
Indigenous model
Matrilineal
European Model (Land and Owning)
Christian Church
Patrilineal
Coverture
Enslaved Africans
Emerging Modern Family (1820-1900)
Individuality, Independence, Democracy
“Traditional family”
Spheres
Industrial Capitalism
Wage labor
State Authority- “Monogamous Morality”
Modern Family (1900-1960s)
Changing Notions of Marriage
Traditional ideology impossible
Moved from Institutional model to Companionship
Married younger and younger, declining birth rates (except baby
boom, 1964-1964)
Market & State
1920-19th amendment
1934- Federal Housing Administration Loans
1935- Social Security Administration
Aid to Dependent Children
New Family Diversity (1960s to Present)
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9/6/16 Familia Latin word in the Roman Empire Mens wives and children, slaves and servants bear his name after they were freed. Cohen: Four Historical Periods Colonial America (<1820) Large Families fulfill responsibilities of survival Indigenous model Matrilineal European Model (Land and Owning) Christian Church Patrilineal Coverture Enslaved Africans Emerging Modern Family (1820-1900) Individuality, Independence, Democracy Traditional family Spheres
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