6.07 Review and Critical Thinking Questions
What is a family? What is family composition?
Family is a group of people tied together by blood, co-residence, or affection. Family composition is the makeup of the family including the numbers of members, their ages, and their relationship with each other
What is cultural bias? What is an example of this?
Cultural bias is the interpretation or judgement of practices by the standards of ones own culture. Looking at a different culture wrong because its not the way we deal with a particular concern in our nature.
What are stereotypes? How are they different from prejudice?
Stereotypes are assumed beliefs of a group of people. The difference between prejudice and stereotypes is is that stereotypes are based off of a a characteristic of a person from some members in the group and prejudice is an assumption before getting to know people.
What is the difference between a nuclear family and an extended family?
A nuclear family will be just the two parents and their children living in one home, as to an extended family is a family where the grandparents or maybe grand kids are living in the home too.
Critical Thinking Questions
How can families assimilate to a new culture?
They can do things like learn the language, they can try to join the culture by eating their foods, listening to their music.
What are some of the problems with stereotypes or cultural bias when looking at families?
Sometimes your assumptions are wrong or you close your thoughts up to other people because they aren't like you. And you should always be open to new people or new things because not everyone in the world is like you.
Adversity affects today’s family, just as Black Death affected families from earlier times. What kinds of adverse challenges do today’s families face and how can they manage the situations?
Families today face adverse challenges like financial, emotional, and health. The easiest way to deal with any family challenges is to talk as a family