1. The six functions of the family
Families are responsible for the addition of new members through reproduction
Families provide physical care for their members including audits, children and the elderly
Families socialize children by teaching them skills, knowledge and within the society
Families are responsible for controlling the behaviors of the family within the society in which they live
Families maintain morale and motivate individuals to partake in society
Families perform the economic function of producing and consuming goods and services.
2. Nuclear Family- a mother, father and two children
3. Hordes or bands- a loose informal grouping of males, females and offspring.
4. Consanguinity- related by blood
5. Agricultural families- farming families, domesticating animals
6. Monogamy- 한 번에 한 상대하고만 성관계를 갖기
7. Patriarchy- one man with two or more wives
8. Arranged marriages- two fathers arrange their children to marry.
9. Extended families- in laws (blood related)
10. Pre- industrial families- different families living together to survive
11. Industrial nuclear family- family members must work in factories men(out) women (household)
Matriarchy is essentially a woman-oriented society, wherein all the leadership and authority rest in the hands of women.Matriarchal societies are also often matrilineal in nature. This means that the descent of the younger generations is traced through their mother's side. This also means that children get their title from their mother, and that the property is passed on from the mother to the daughter.
Patriarchy, on the other hand, is a social system, wherein males enjoy all the powers, control, and authority, and women are given subordinate roles.Most patriarchal societies are patrilineal in nature. This means that the descent is traced from the father and his ancestors, rather than the mother, and that the property is passed on from the father to the son. Unlike the matriarchal system, here the...