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What is meant by the term "primary socialisation"??
"primary socialisation" is the learning of norms and values of a culture from a primary place like the home
What is meant by the term "value consensus"??
"value consensus" means where society is based on a shared set of basic values and norms
Give three examples if an agency of socialisation
family, school, religion
Explain what is meant by the term "secondary socialisation"
where you are socialised into the culture which takes place in school and the wider society
Explain what is meant by the "structural view of society"
people are entirely shaped by the structure of society, behaving according to society's norms and expectations, internalised throught the socialisation process
Explain what is meant by the "social action view of society"
people have freewill and choice. they create society through their own actions and interactions
Explain what is meant by the term "patriarchal family"
where the husband is in charge of the family and where the women are oppressed by them (feminst view of family)
Explain what is meant by "patriarchy"
is when men are in charge and that everything is done for them
What is meant by "cohabitation"??
is where a couple in a sexual relationship are living together but are not married
What is meant by "serial monogamy"??
when somebody has a series of relationships but with only one person at a time
What is meant by "divorce rate"??
how much divorces have changed in pattern, whether they have increased or decreased
Explain what is meant by a "household"
a person living alone or a group of people living together (share meals, bills, housework etc.), who may or may not be related
Explain what is meant by a "reconstitued family"
a stepfamily, in which one or both partners have hildren from previous marriages
Explain what is meant by the "neo-conventional family"
is where both parents are earning money (dual earner) not just the male
Explain what is meant by an "expressive role"
is the role done mainly by the mother. it is the caring, nurturing, "home-maker" role
Explain what is meant by the "dual burnden"
is when someone is responsible for two jobs such as paid labour and then also domestic labour (normally woman)
Explain what is meant by the term "triple shift"
is when someone is responsible for three jobs, domestic labour, paid labour and also emotion work (mainly done by women)
Explain what is meant by "segregated conjugal roles"
where the married couple have separate roles, and also separate leisure activities
Explain what is meant by the term "gender division of labour" in the family
is when the roles in the family are split up according to your gender for example, the men go out to paid work and the women do the housework and childcare
Explain what is meant by the term "child-centred society"
is where the society does a lot for the children for example, they have fewer children to buy more stuff for the children they have
Explain what is meant by the "infant mortality rate"
the number of babies that die before their first birthday, per 1000 births per year