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FRHD 1020- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 78 pages long!)


Department
Family Relations and Human Development
Course Code
FRHD 1020
Professor
Shayna Sparling
Study Guide
Final

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U of G
FRHD 1020
FINAL EXAM
STUDY GUIDE

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Statistics Canada
a married couple (with/without children of either or both spouses) -Census Family
a couple living common-law (w/ or w/o children f either or both spouses)
"Children” inlude grandhildren liing ith their grandparents ut ith no parents present
Household VS Family
Problem with household definition
not all family members live in the same household
Process rather than form to describe family
family are not marriages of home rules. families are people who share intimacy because they..
share experiences that come to make up uniqueness- the mundane, even silly, traditions that
emerge in a group of people who know each other.
Vanier Institute
any combination of 2 or more persons who are bound together over time by ties of mutual
consent- birth and/ or adoption or placement who, together, assume responsibilities for variant
combinations of some of the following..
physical maintenance and care of members
addition of new members through procreation
social control
production, consumption
affective nurture- love
Inclusive definitions
marriage/families seen as private, voluntary social groups or relationships
not social institutions
emphasize the importance of familial feelings or a family-like situation
represent our social reality of diversity
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Modern former family
Nuclear Family
father. mother, and children living in one household
Family of origins
Family of procreation- having her own family
Today's Post-Modern Family
Binuclear Family
two households
Blended Family
The Extended Family
Kin
Affiliated Kin
67% married couples- decreased
17% common-law-increase
16% lone parent-increase
Common-Law
person who is not your spouse but you are living together in a congical relationship, lasted at least 12
continuous months,
parent of your child by birth/adoption
has custody and control of your child and your child is wholly dependent on that person for
support
Same Sex Marriage
42.4% same sex- increase from 2006
2006-2011
first 5 years of legalization of same sex marriages
1 of every 3 same sex couples
more diverse families
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