1. What is a family? What is family composition?
A Family is a group of people who are tied together by blood, co-residence, or affection. A Family Composition is the makeup of a family, including the number of members, their ages, and their relationships to each other. 2. What is cultural bias? What is an example of this?
A Cultural Bias is the interpretation or judgment of practices by the standards of one's own culture. An Example is we may look at a different cultural practice and consider it wrong because it is not the way we handle a particular concern. 3. What are stereotypes? How are they different from prejudice? Stereotypes are assumed beliefs about a group of people. Stereotype is different from prejudice because stereotypes are generally based on characteristics present in some members of a group, while prejudice happens when assumptions are made about a group before people get to know them. 4. What is the difference between a nuclear family and an extended family? A Nuclear Family is a situation with two parents and their children and is sometimes referred to as a traditional family. An Extended Family is those with multiple generations living under one roof. The difference between the two is that, a Nuclear Family is the traditional family while an Extended Family has multiple generations under its roof, these can have two or three generations under its roof while a Nuclear Family usually only has one 1. How can families assimilate to a new culture?
Families assimilate to a new culture by inviting them in. For Example, a Korean Family might be strict as too what they let in their culture to interfere with their tradition. They might eventually let some cultures in like North American, Chinese, Japanese, and/or Indian.
2. What are some of the problems with stereotypes or cultural bias when looking at families? Some of the problems with Stereotypes or Cultural Bias when looking at families are that minority or immigrant families may face...
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