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RULES

Divide yourselves up into 5 Teams.

Come up with a Team Name.

Teams will answer questions in a predetermined order.

Teams can choose any question to answer.

A team has one try to answer the question correctly. If they fail to do so the next team gets to try until the question is answered correctly.

The team with the most money at the end of the game wins!

HAVE FUN! 

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Unit 3

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Unit 3

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Unit 4

Category 4

Unit 4

Category 5

Miscellaneous

Category 6

Miscellaneous

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100

Marriage has always been an economic union.

True

False

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True

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200

Clearly define Social Homogamy. What type of marriages are based on Social Homogamy?

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200

Social Homogamy explains how individuals are attracted to people from similar social and cultural backgrounds.

Arranged Marriages are based on Social Homogamy.

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300

Clearly define Heterogamy. What type of marriages are based on Heterogamy?

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300

Heterogamy means marriage between partners who are from different social, racial, religious, ethnic or cultural backgrounds.

Intermarriages are based on heterogamy. Intermarriage includes couples who are Interracial, Interfaith and Interethnic.

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400

Draw 2 Love Triangles defined by Robert Sternberg. Clearly name and label each side of the triangle correctly

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Nonlove Liking Infatuation Empty Love

I C

P

Romantic Fatuous Companionate Consummate Love LoveLoveLove

I C C I C I

P PP

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500

Clearly define Pair-Bond Theory as stated by Helen Fisher.

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500

Men and women have a biological urge to produce children. The desire to form an enduring Pair-Bond is a biological drive.

Pair bonding is essential to the survival of humans and ensures that the human race continues by reproducing and then protecting their children over time.

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100

The timing of marriage is based on a culture’s _________ clock.

biological

social

chronological

psychological

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b) social

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200

Clearly define Bernard Murstein’s Market Experience Perspective.

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Murstein believed that the more an individual dated, the more successful they will be at finding their marriage partner. Murstein used the analogy of sifting to suggest that individuals pass their dates through a series of “filters” to screen out unacceptable marriage partners. Filters become finer until only one person passes through it as the suitable marriage partner.

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300

According to Evolutionary Psychology, what attributes do men look for in a women and what attributes do women look for men?

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Men are attracted to physically appealing, younger and healthy women. Men prefer to mate with women who appear to be fertile, who could bear healthy babies and have the intelligence and temperament to raise children well.

Women are attracted men who are healthy, intelligent, well-educated, hard-working and ambitious. Women prefer to mate with older men with financial resources and are good providers

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400

According to the Models of Marriage in Western Society, which model does Canada currently follow?

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The Commitment Model views marriage as a committed, intimate relationship based on emotional support. Although it is founded on individual choice, it focuses on connection within the community.

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500

According to the article, Scenes From Same-Sex Marriage, why do homosexual couples rate their relationships more favourably than heterosexual couples? (Provide 2 reasons)

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  • More equitable partnerships
  • More effective at resolving differences
  • Less likely to use controlling or belligerent emotional tactics
  • More able to see each other’s perspectives
  • Do not have to adhere to gender roles
  • Invent their own relationship
  • Better at communication
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100

Adoption provides for the biological continuation of the family.

True

False

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b) False

Adoption provides for the social continuation of the family.

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What is a disadvantage of Delayed Parenthood?

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Health concerns – as fertility declines with age, chances of having children decline and more couples are turning to Assisted Reproductive Technology

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Name 2 advantages of delayed parenthood?

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  • Higher education
  • Higher income
  • Career advancement
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What are the differences between child-free couples and child-less couples?

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Child-free couples choose not to have children whereas child-less couples cannot have children or have lost a child.

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500

For each time period, did fertility trends increase or decrease?

1st Demographic Transition

Baby Boom

2nd Demographic Transition

Currently in Canada

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1st Demographic Transition  decrease

Baby Boom  increase

2nd Demographic Transition  decrease

Currently in Canada  increase

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100

The annual cost of raising a child is a determining factor in having children.

True

False

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b) False

The fact that lower-income families have more children than higher-income families suggests that the annual cost of raising a child is not a determining factor in having children.

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Clearly define the Permissive Parenting Style as stated by Diana Baumrind.

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  • Typified by relaxed relationships between parents and children
  • Few rules
  • Children have a larger share of power in the family
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Clearly define the Authoritative Parenting Style stated by Diana Baumrind.

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  • Characterized by warmth and acceptance
  • Authoritative parents exert indirect positive control of their children as they encourage them to control their own behaviour in accordance with norms
  • Authoritative parents see children as capable of making their own choices
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Clearly define the Authoritarian Parenting Style stated by Diana Baumrind.

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  • Distinguished by a more formal interaction
  • Expectation of obedience to norms
  • More parental control
  • Use of punishment
  • Authoritarian parents believe that children should obey authorities but are easily tempted to misbehave, so they need firm direction
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500

Clearly define Socialization. When does Socialization occur in an individual’s life span?

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Socialization is the process throughout life by which an individual learns the knowledge, skills, attitudes, culture, values and appropriate social role behaviours in order to participate in society.

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100

In Canada, what percentage of children of divorces have their primary residence with their fathers?

10%

15%

20%

25%

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a) 10%

In Canada, most children are in the joint custody of both parents, but their mothers have physical custody. Shared custody, where the children reside at least 40% of the time with each parent is increasing and represents about 10% of all custody orders in Canada.

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200

What percentage of deaths for First Nations youth aged 10-19 are suicides?

27%

38%

43%

51%

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b) 38% of deaths for First Nations youth aged 10-19 are suicides

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In 2008, Canada’s dependency ratio, the number of dependents for every 100 people in the working-age population was

37:100

44:100

49:100

52:100

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b) 44:100

The dependents include youth under 15 years and seniors over 65 years.

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What is the room number of this class?

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Room 231

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In the tradition of many of the First Nations peoples, there are 7 stages of life, each lasting 7 years. The correct order of these stages are

Truth Life  Good Life  Wandering Life  Planning Life  Doing Life  Fast Life  Elder Life

Fast Life  Wandering Life  Truth Life  Planning Life  Doing Life  Elder Life  Good Life

Good Life  Fast Life  Wandering Life  Truth Life  Planning Life  Doing Life  Elder Life

Planning Life  Doing Life  Fast Life  Wandering Life  Truth Life  Elder Life  Good Life

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c)Good Life  Fast Life  Wandering Life  Truth Life  Planning Life  Doing Life  Elder Life

The First Nations Peoples describe life as a gift. Individuals honour that gift by learning from the elders and other teachers from their life experiences when they are young, so they can find a meaningful place in the world when they reach adulthood.

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Children living with a lone-parent are _________________ likely to be living in low-income families than children living with two parents.

two times more

three times more

four times more

not as

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b) three times more

Children living with a lone-parent are 3 times more likely to be living in low-income families than children living with 2 parents. Other factors that increased the risk of low-income were parents under age 30 and having 3 or more children.

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What percentage of on-reserve children will never finish high school?

50%

60%

70%

80%

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c) 70% of on-reserve children will never finish high school

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300

In Canada, an estimated _____ of older adults experience some form of abuse or neglect.

10%

15%

20%

25%

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a) 10%

Elder abuse is defined as conscious and unconscious acts involving physical, psychological, medical, material/financial and legal harm. Elder neglect means failure to provide care. Elder abuse, like child abuse, occurs in situations in which victims are powerless against the middle generation.

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400

What is the name of this Modern Family Character?

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Alex

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500

Correctly spell the name of the tribe in the movie, End of the Spear.

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W-A-O-D-A-N-I

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Category:

Media

Make your wager!

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Final Jeopardy

What name did Luke call Manny’s mother, Gloria?

START

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Final Jeopardy

“COAL DIGGER”