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Marriage and Family Life. Unit 4: Describing the Family. Objective 1: Identify functions of families. Provide for physical needs of all family members Provide for the socialization of children Provide for the psychological well-being of all family members.

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marriage and family life

Marriage and Family Life

Unit 4: Describing the Family

objective 1 identify functions of families
Objective 1: Identify functions of families.
  • Provide for physical needs of all family members
  • Provide for the socialization of children
  • Provide for the psychological well-being of all family members
objective 2 match types of family structures to their descriptions
Objective 2: Match types of family structures to their descriptions.
  • Adoptive
  • Blended or reconstructed
  • Communal
  • Cooperative
  • Couple
  • Extended
  • Foster
  • Nuclear
  • Single parent
  • Single person
objective 3 identify potential substitutes for families
Objective 3: Identify potential substitutes for families.
  • Church groups
  • Roommates and dormitory neighbors
  • Foster families
  • Friends
  • Group homes
  • Residences for the elderly
  • Rehabilitation centers
  • Shelters
objective 4 select factors that put families at risk
Objective 4: Select factors that put families at risk.
  • Abuse
  • Crime
  • Death of a family member
  • Delinquency
  • Divorce
  • Financial problems
  • Addictions
  • Damage or destruction of home
  • Homelessness
  • Illness or disability
  • Job loss or unemployment
  • Moving to a new city
  • Neglect
  • Teen parenting
  • Violence
objective 6 identify roles in families
Objective 6: . Identify roles in families.
  • Wage earner
  • Spouse
  • Parent
  • Child
  • Sibling
  • Student
  • Homemaker
  • Worker
  • Caretaker
  • Housekeeper
  • Shopper
  • Nurse
  • Cook
  • Chief decisionmaker
  • Financial manager
  • Chauffeur
objective 7 identify how family roles have evolved
Objective 7: Identify how family roles have evolved.
  • Childhood can play a big part in learning our roles.
  • Children learn roles from their personal experiences at home, in school, in the community, from television, from movies, and from what they read.
  • A person’s roles change during the life cycles of a family.
  • A person may have many roles at one time.
  • Role conflict happens when a person does not fulfill the role or does not want to fulfill the role that he/she is expected to fulfill.
objective 8 characterize families past and present
Objective 8: Characterize families past and present.

Families in the past

  • The mother took care of the home and the family.
  • The father was the breadwinner and provided financial resources for the family.
  • Children were expected to do some household work.
  • Farming families worked together and shared responsibilities.
objective 8 characterize families past and present1
Objective 8: Characterize families past and present.

Families in the present

  • More women work outside the home.
  • Men assume greater responsibility in childcare.
  • Older children and teens are often responsible for caring for siblings and for completing household duties.
  • The increase in divorce has created more single-parent and blended families.
  • Family expenses are higher.
objective 9 distinguish among stages of the family life cycle
Objective 9: Distinguish among stages of the family life cycle.
  • Independence stage
  • Coupling stage
  • Parenting stage
  • Middle-age stage
  • Empty nest stage
  • Retirement or senior life stage