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without adult supervision
period from 1939-1945
an active, affective, enduring, and reciprocal bond between two indivdiuals that is believed to be established through repeated interaction over time
this period was less than desirable environment for rearing children
calvinist perspective emphasized a sense of
what colonies emphasized christianity, patriarchy, subordination of women, sexual restraint, and family centered productivity
russian/greek/polish/italian/austrian/hungarian/slavic
media blitz: woman's place is in the owrkplace, 'Rosie the Riveter'
affirmation, admiration,vulnerability,respect,reconciliation
couple preferred that the wife care for the children
family where traditional division of labor is the ideal
in this year 28% of 20-24 year olds were sigle
full time care and education of children under age six
percentage of slave marraiges terminated at salve auctions
african-american families often suffered severe hardship
those persons who are employed or who are looking for a paid job
one who is blamed for misfortunes often as a way of distracting attention from the real causes
men who stay home to care for the house and family while their wives work
children are inherently corrupt/naturally depraved
economic gains for African-American women
talk that conveys information
this didn't be come basis for marriage until late 18th century (1765)
men employed full time average higher earnings than women employed full time
second shift for women results in this between men and women
statements that the partner's basic instincts or perceptions are wrong or that the partner couldn't possible function alone
low divorce rates
puritan new england custom of wrapping women tightly
colonial family structure
the difference in earnings between men and women
family period from 1929-1939
situation in which both partners employment offer the promise of advancement and demand a high level of committment
working for pay
90% family households, 86% 2-parent homes, 60% children traditional family
providing assistance with daily living activities to an elderly relative who is chronically frail, ill, disabled, or just in need of assistance
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career-oriented couples hired other people to care for their children
the necessary tasks of attending both to the emotional needs of all family members and to the practical needs of dependent members, as awaell as maintaining the family domicile
mother who is helpmate, not equal, has domestic duties, supervises servants, nurtures infant and young children, keep financial record is of what family period
staying at home is a phase in life that gives equl importance to paid employment
time period in which laws prohibited blacks from marrying, testifying in court, owning property, traveling without permission, making contracts, congregating in public
talk aimed at reinforcing understanding/affinity
invovled a rejection of genteel manners, defiant clothing/hairstyles, slang filled language, Lewd pasttimes
year in which half of woman with children between ages six to seventeen earned wages
child well-being/family economic security peaked in this decade
had the most devasttating effect on working-class/poor families
the statistical norm among married couples
situation in which both partners are in the labor force
endured discrimination, domestic violence, drugs/alochol
am i right? what do you think?
year in which 75% of woman with children between ages six to seventeen earned wages
earlier age of marriage with more children, more quickly
perspective of original sin and parent's responsibility to reshape child's will
criticism, contempt, defensiveness, stonewalling, belligerence
for well to do families there were only insignificant inconveniences
only one spouse could work for the federal government in this year
shift from home manufacturing to factory production
supportive of employee efforts to combine family and work commitments
sending simultaneous messages that contradict each other
defense mechanism in which one attempts to resolve an emotional conflict by hiding hostility under a cloak of pretended cooperation
men who's wives work full time while they take care of the house and family
family experience depended on: residence, social class, sex, race
farmers unable to pay rents and husbands/ young men and women movings from farms to cities in search of work
two people share on position
family care shared by parents who structured their work to this end
includes options such as job sharing, working at home or telecommuting, compressed workweeks, flextime, and personal days
english/irish/scandinavian/german
spouse who relocates to accommodate the partner's career
reluctance to hire women for male jobs
the tendency for men and women to be employed in different types of jobs
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'What do you mean I beat you up last month I've never laid a finger on you.'
in 1855-1880 percentage of aFrican American households had husband/wife or single father
unpaid family work that amounts to an extra month of work each year
marriages in which spouses live apart
1820-1930 decline in
family period 1600-1775
care provided in a caregiver's home often by an older woman or a mother who has chosen to remain out of the labor force to care for her own children
during colonial family period 20-33% were
an in home care-giver
intimiacy, emotional commitment, couple-oriented family
the needs for someone to validate onself
invovles flexible starting and ending times with required core hours
provides group care for a larger number of children in child-care centers
1820 featured widespread
schedule in which more than half an employee's hours are before 8 am or after 4 pm
celebration of this began in the 19th century
adolescents less strictly supervised by parents
colonial family perspective: absolute authority delegated by God, authoritarian, deep emotional bond,
colonial family perspective: obligated to obey, compliant
an employee being able to take an extended period of time from work, either paid or unpaid, for the purpose of caring for a newborn, for a newly adopted or seriously ill child, for
years slave were prohibited from being imported into US
1820-1860 ideas of piety, purity, submissiveness, domesticity
parents/children more affectionate/demonstrative
birth rates soared and education gap between men and women increased
emphasis on sexual attraction/compadibility
the fact that motherhood has a tremendous negative life-time impact on earnings
woar was over and women were encourage to be housewives
scarcity of workers - defense/manufacturing
this family period family served as self sufficient businesses, school, vocational instititue, church, house of corrections, and welfare institution
we imagine how we appear to those around us, we interpret opthers reactions to us, and we develop a self-concept
positive economic prospects and family ceased to be economic unit
family during the period of 1900-1930
cycle of behavior in which the wife continues to make negative remarks dmeands while the husband continues to back off

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