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Chapter 9: Family Nuclear family: consists of a cohabiting man and woman who maintain a socially  approved sexual relationship and have at least one child. Traditional nuclear family: A nuclear family in which the husband works outside the  home for money and the wife works without pay in the home. Polygamy: Expands the nuclear family “ horizontally” by adding one or more spouses  (usually women) to the household Extended family: Expands the nuclear family “ vertically” by adding another generation.  One or more of the spouse’s parents to the household Marriage: Traditional defined is a socially approved, presumably long­term sexual and  economic union between a man and a woman. It involves reciprocal rights and  obligations between spouses and between parents and children Divorce rate: The number of divorces that occur in a year for every 1000 people in the  population. Marriage rate: The number of marriages that occur in a year of every 1000 people in the  population Total fertility rate: The average number of children that would be born to a woman over  her lifetime if she had the same number of children as do women in each age cohort in a  given year. Child support: Money paid by the non custodial parent to the custodial parent for the  purpose of supporting the children of a separated martial, cohabiting, or sexual  relationship Chapter 10 Religion and Education Collective conscience: Comprises the common sentiments and values that people share  as a result of living together Profane: Refers to the secular, everyday world Sacred: Refers to the religious, transcendent world Totems: Objects that symbolize the sacred Rituals: Set practices designed to connect people to the sacred. Routinization of cha
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