• Joint Family
    |JOINT AND NUCLEAR FAMILY AT SELECTED RURAL AREAS OF BENGALURU.” | 6. BRIEF RESUME OF THE INTENDED WORK INTRODUCTION “Rejoice with your family in the beautiful land of life!”  Albert Einstein Family is where our roots take hold and from there we...
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  • Family and it's types
    UNIT 6 FAMILY AND ITS TYPES Family and its Types Structure 6.0 Objectives 6.1 Introduction 6.2 The Institution of Family 6.3 The Types of Family 6.3.1 The Continuum of Nuclear and Joint Family Systems 6.3.2 The Hindu Joint Family 6.4 Nature of Joint Family in India ...
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  • Everything
    Joint families are those families in which two or more generations along with their offspring live together in a single house. There are grandparents and grandchildren with sons and daughters in the middle. The nuclear families on the other hand are comprised of single unit families of one generation...
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  • Nuclear vs Extended Family
    VI – OPEN-MINDED SEPTEMBER 14, 2012 DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NUCLEAR AND EXTENDED FAMILY NUCLEAR EXTENDED A. Consist of father, mother and children. Consist of father, mother, children, grandparents and other family relatives. B. Nuclear family is principally based upon the emotion of parental...
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  • Family Structure in India
    Niranjan, S.; Sureender, S. and Rao, G. Rama. : Family Structure in India Evidence from NFHS. Demography India. 27(2). 1998. P. 287-300. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Family Structure in India - Evidence from NFHS S. Niranjan...
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  • Joint Hindu Family
    The urban life of today is getting dissected and the joint family concept is slowly becoming a vague concept. In earlier times, there use to be big families with lots of couples, in-laws and children. Such families although have their own critical consequences but the share of happiness was immense....
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  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Growing Up in a Nuclear Family
    A Nuclear Family o A "nuclear" family is two parents of opposite sex and their children. A nuclear family, named from the idea of it being the family at the "nucleus" of other family groups, consists of a father, mother and any number of their children. It is defined by blood relation of the parents...
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  • General Studies
    Social Structure 2.2.1 Social Structure 2.2.2 Rural Social Structure in India Rural Social Structure 2.3 Family and Kinship 2.3.1 Family in Rural India 2.3.2 Changes in Family 2.3.3 Lineage and Kinship 2.4 Caste Groups 2.4.1 Caste 2.4.2 Sub-caste 2.4.3 Changes in the Caste System ...
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  • Joint Family System
    INTRODUCTION ➢ HISTORY OF JOINT FAMILY SYSTEM ➢ NUCLEAR FAMILY SYSTEM V/S JOINT FAMILY SYSTEM ➢ ROLE OF JOINT FAMILY SYSTEM IN SOCIETY ➢ ADVANTAGES OF JOINT FAMILY SYSTEM ➢ DISADVANTAGES OF JOINT FAMILY SYSTEM ➢ FUTURE OF JOINT FAMILY SYSTEM ➢ CONCLUSION ...
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  • family changing
    UNIT 7 CHANGING FAMILY STRUCTURE Structure 7.0 Objectives 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Family : Definition and Types 7.2.1 7.2.2 7.3 Definition Types Social Processes Affecting Family Structure 7.3.1 7.3.2 7.3.3 Industrialisation Urbanisation Modernisation 7.3.4 ...
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  • Family and kinship in india
    regional, economic, religious, class, and caste groups crosscut Indian society, which is also permeated with immense urban-rural differences and gender distinctions. Differences between north India and south India are particularly significant, especially in systems of kinship and marriage. Indian society is...
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  • Good
    n From Joint Family to Nuclear Family The Family in eastern Finland in the Eighteenth Century Over the last three centuries, the family in eastern Finland has undergone a rapid and radical change: from the joint family system at the end of the eighteenth century to the present individualistic society...
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  • Assess sociological explanations of the nature and extent of family diversity today
    extent of family diversity today. (24 marks) In today's society, there are various alternatives from the typical family type. The top examples of these are lone-parent, cohabitation and reconstituted. But there are also some others such as same sex couples, single parent and multi-cultural families. There...
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  • Impact of Family Environment in Old Age.
    Family Environment Scale Abstract The aim of the present research was to study the comparative difference in the perceived family environment of single elderly males living in institutions and at home with their families by using the Family Environment Scale (FES) devised by Moos and Moos, 1986....
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  • My Family as a Primary Group
    INTRODUCTION On this assignment will be dealing with families, it will describing the two types of family that are found within families. A family is a group of people who share a close relationship ,a unit typically(or traditionally ) composed of mated ...
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  • Assess Sociological Explanations of the Nature and Extent of Family Diversity Today
    of the nature and extent of family diversity today (24 marks) Rhona and Robert Rapoport (1982) argue that diversity is of central importance in understanding family life today. They believe that we have moved away from the traditional nuclear family as the dominant family type, to a range of different...
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  • Power dimension in family
    ‘Is power in the family best explained by the first, second or third dimensional view of power ?’ When we think about power in social context it  is can be termed as specific ability of  influencing  or controlling others . Generally authority is considered as power due to being accepted as social...
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  • sociology
    inequalities between husband and wives Domestic division of labour is referred to the roles that both men and women play in comparison to housework. There are 2 types of roles called conjugal roles and joint roles. Conjugal roles are where partners have different tasks within the family so there is...
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  • Parental Responsibility
    'automatic' parental responsibility.” To what extent is this an accurate summary of the law on parental responsibility? Consider whether compulsory joint birth registration in the case of unmarried fathers would be a helpful reform. The Children’s Act defines parental responsibility as “all the rights...
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  • Domestic Violence
    man on woman and woman on man; adults’ children and children on adults; woman on woman and man on man. Sometimes, domestic violence also manifests as family wars or clan wars. Overtly, subordination of women has always helped to shape the course of this violence. The percentage of domestic violence is always...
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