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Sociological perspectives in marriage and the family

Mildred W. Weil

Sociological perspectives in marriage and the family

concepts and readings.

by Mildred W. Weil

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  • 10 Currently reading

Published by Interstate Printers & Publishers in Danville, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Family -- Addresses, essays, lectures,
  • Marriage -- Addresses, essays, lectures,
  • Sex in marriage -- Addresses, essays, lectures

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    StatementEditor: Mildred W. Weil.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ728 .W357
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 538 p.
    Number of Pages538
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5304702M
    LC Control Number72087219

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Sociological perspectives in marriage and the family by Mildred W. Weil Download PDF EPUB FB2

Social interactionist perspectives on the family examine how family members and intimate couples interact on a daily basis and arrive at shared understandings of their situations.

Studies grounded in social interactionism give us a keen understanding of how and why families operate the way they do. This sociological analysis of the system of marriage and family focuses on the family as an institution in society. It uniquely encompasses many facets of society, and students are able to learn about family seen through a cultural and historical perspective.

The book sets a high conceptual standard, but uses informal writing and minimal by: The widespread use of Marriage and the Family has proved its value as a textbook covering biblical, sociological, and psychological perspectives on the family.

Now this revised and updated edition brings a benchmark text into the twenty-first century with new material on family finances, economics, violence and abuse, premarital intimacy, human sexuality, and by: 1. Get this from a library.

Sociological perspectives in marriage and the family: concepts and readings. [Mildred W Weil]. Journal of Marriage and the Family – Crano, William, and Joel Aronoff.

“A Cross-Cultural Study of Expressive and Instrumental Role Complementarity in the Family.” American Sociological Review – De Toledo, Sylvie, and Deborah Edler Brown.

Grandparents as Parents: A Survival Guide for Raising a Second Family. Theoretical Perspectives on Marriage and Family Sociologists study families on both the macro and micro level to determine how families function. Sociologists may use a variety of theoretical perspectives to explain events that occur within and outside of the family.

family: A group of people related by blood, marriage, law or custom. inheritance: The passing of title to an estate upon death. Conflict Perspective: A perspective in the social sciences that emphasizes the social, political or material inequality of a social group; critiques the broad socio-political system; or otherwise detracts from structural functionalism and ideological conservativism.

It is interesting to see how the age at which people first get married has changed. Figure “Median Age at First Marriage for Men and Women, –” shows that age at first marriage declined gradually during the first half of the 20th century, before dropping more sharply between and because of World War II.

It then rose after and today stands at almost 28 years for. Perspectives: An Open Introduction to Cultural Anthropology by Nina Brown, Thomas McIlwraith, Laura Tubelle de González is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial International License, except where otherwise noted.

Under this CC BY-NC copyright license you are free to:File Size: 2MB. Free Sociology Books is a publisher of free Sociology Textbooks to help studetns fight the rising cost of College textbooks. as do many Marriage and Family Therapists, already knows that a by looking at the family as a complex system with inter-locking and interdependent subsystems, solutions can be found among the members of the system and.

Being able to critically apply different perspectives is the most important skill you can demonstrate in Sociology. You can also apply the perspectives to many of the other topics within the family, most obviously Marriage and Divorce and Social Policies.

There are six perspectives you need to be able to apply, which form the six topics within this topic. According to Horton and Hunt marriage is the approved social pattern whereby two or more persons establish a family.

According to John Levy and Ruth Monroe people get married because of the feeling that being in a family is the only proper indeed the only possible way to live. Symbolic interactionists argue that shared activities help to build emotional bonds, and that marriage and family relationships are based on negotiated meanings.

The interactionist perspective emphasizes that families reinforce and rejuvenate bonds through symbolic rituals such as family meals and holidays.

1. Historical and Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Marriage, by Arland Thornton 2. Marriage and Family: The Evolutionary Ecological Context, by Bobbi S. Low 3. Gender Lens on Marriage, by Paula England 4. Institutional, Companionate, and Individualistic Marriage: A Social Psychological Perspective on Marital Change, by Paul R.

Amato Part II. Ritzer, G () Modern Sociological Theory, (4th ed) Singapore, McGraw-Hill Book Co. Taylor, P. et al () Sociology in Focus, Bath, Bath Press Zietlin, M.

et al () Strengthening the Family Implications for International Development, Tokyo, United Nations University Press. Despite this diversity, several common themes run through marriage and family. As Table illustrates, all societies use marriage and family to establish patterns of mate selection, descent, inheritance, and authority.

Let’s look at these patterns. Marriage and Family in Global Perspective marriage a group’s approved mating. focusing on the influence of marriage and changes in family organization over time.

We also discuss sociological theories and methods used to study and understand File Size: KB. He is a co-editor of the Handbook of Marriage and the Family (2nd Ed.) and Adolescents in Families, Parent-Youth Relations: Cultural And Cross-cultural Perspectives, and Pioneering Paths in the Study of Families: The Lives and Careers of Family Scholars.

Summary revision notes (in diagram form) on sociological perspectives applied to the decline of marriage in society, written to help students revise for the families and households section of the AQA’s A-level sociology paper 2: topics in sociology. sociological perspective & important to understand the consequences of the intersection of history and biology on the individual.

External Influences culture, subculture, demographics, social status, reference groups, family, marketing activities. Three Major Perspectives in Sociology Sociologists analyze social phenomena at different levels and from different perspectives.

From concrete interpretations to sweeping generalizations of society and social behavior, sociologists study everything from specific events (the micro level of analysis of small social patterns) to the “big picture.Theoretical Perspectives on Families Sociologists take different theoretical approaches to understanding the family as a social institution.

Sociology looks at the social institution of the family through many lenses, but its three dominant theoretical premises are functionalism, conflict theory, Author: Course Hero, Inc.A Sociological Perspective on Family Dynamics A. Marriage and Family Dynamic As we begin to focus on the various familial structures found within modern-day society, we first notice the degree to which uniform, traditional marriage structures, in that they now more personally reflect a couple's true ideologies, have evolved.