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Chapter 15

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Department
Psychology
Course Code
Psychology 2040A/B
Professor
Ian Mac Donald

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Chapter 15: The Family -family is a social system (most imp to socialize children) -family is a network of reciprocal relationships (children help parents and parents help children) -family is always developing (dynamic), embedded within larger culture -dimensions of parenting: acceptance, demandingness/control -3 types of parenting: authoritarian, authoritative, permissive, maccoby and martin added uninvolved -child effects model, parent effects model, transactional model Parent/adolescent relations -adolescents must achieve autonomy -conflict -gradual shift from parent to child control Siblings -early sibling rivalry -influences on later sibling relationships -sibling conflicts -have caretaking skills, emotional support, models
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