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Control Theory of dual-generic marriage based on the book "Kinship Systems and Properties"by Lewis G. Morgan. Large family

The paper reveals and outlines the theory of dual-generic marriage based on the book by Lewis G. Morgan & laquo; Systems of Kinship and Properties & raquo;, determined who was the founder of family research, considered a large family according to the following plan: A social portrait of the family, a brief description of the family, Family Problems, Social protection of family members, Characterized the actions of a social worker to organize and provide assistance to this family, considered regulations on the basis of which social guarantees and benefits are implemented, a definition of large children and name its criteria, listed the main problems of large families, determined why there is a conflict between the existing social norms and a large family, explains why in large families with different number of children life styles are very different from each other, as characterized by the social support of a large family, it is considered that this separation and complementarity of economic responsibility of the family for their welfare and development, explained that a large family is poor. The answers to 10 test tasks are given.

8. What are compensation and targeted payments for children? What are the current benefits and pensions established for large families

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Practical task # 1

1. Open the theory of dual-generic marriage according to the book by Lewis G. Morgan "Kinship Systems and Properties";

2. Take notes.

3. Who was the founder of family research?

The practical task № 2.

1. Consider a large family according to the following plan:

2. Give a definition of having many children and name its criteria. What is the differentiation of the distribution of large families?

3. List the main problems of large families

4. Why is there a conflict between existing social norms and a large family?

5. Explain why in large families with different numbers of children, life styles are very different from each other

6. How is social support for a large family carried out?

7. What is the division and complementarity of the family's economic responsibility for its well-being and development? Explain whether a large family is always low-income.

8. What are compensation and targeted payments for children? What are the current benefits and pensions established for large families

Test task:

1. As a result of the parents ' unfair performance of their duties, groups arise:

a) street children; b) street children; c) children without a fixed place of residence; d) runaway children.

2. The genesis of marriage and family: (Place the letters in the correct order)

a) 6) the second sexual revolution; b) 1) agamia; c) 3) pair marriage; d) 5) the first sexual revolution; e) 4)monogamy; f) 2) group marriage.

3. Correspondence between the basic principles of social work with the family and their definitions:

1) the principle of humanism (c); 2) the principle of justice; 3) the principle of competence (a); 4) the principle of complexity (d); 5) the principle of permanence (e); 6) the principle of attraction (b).

a) deep knowledge of the theory and practice of social work; b) providing conditions for the realization of human abilities; c) recognition of a person as the highest value; d) understanding of social work as a continuous, systematic and directed activity; e) simultaneous solution of related social problems.

4. & laquo; Kinde-Kihen-Kitchen » – a set of values traditional for a woman in: (Give one answer)

a) Germany; b) Belarus; c) China; d) Muslim countries.

5. Principles of marriage selection:

a) the irreplaceability of the female; b) the mating partner is chosen by the female; c) long courtship; d) the mating partner is chosen by the male.

6. Correspondence between the norms of parity settlement of newlyweds and their definitions:

1) neolocality; 2) bilocality; 3) dyslocality; 4) ambilocality.

a) the newlyweds continue to live separately, meeting from time to time (3); b) the newlyweds settle in a new place (1); c) live with a great-uncle (4); d) live at home with the groom and the bride in turn (2); e) settle according to circumstances either with the groom or the bride.

7. Monogamous family-a family based on monogamy. (Write)

8. The extended family consists of representatives: (Give one answer)

a) two generations; b) three or more generations; c) four or more generations; d) one generation.

9. The sequence of the forms and ritual of motherhood: (Place the letters in the correct order)

a) 2) milk mother; b) 3) cross suit; c) 4) planted mother; d) 1) umbilical cord mother.

10. The processes of social mobility of women associated with the social differentiation of women as a separate social group and the exit of women from the private sphere to the public sphere . (Write)

References

Absent

1. Antonov A. I. sociology of the family / Under the editorship of Professor A. I. Antonov. – 2nd ed., reprint. and add. Moscow: INFRA-M, 2009. – 414 p.

2. Antonov A. I. Microsociology of the family. Moscow: INFRA-M, 2009. – 368c.

3. Borovikova T. Large families: the possibility of overcoming the demographic crisis in Russia/ Based on the materials of the conference "Family, Children and Demographic Situation in Russia", Moscow, October 17, 2006.

4. Gushchin I. Large families. / / 7ya. – December 2005.

5. Grebennikov I. V. Fundamentals of family life: a textbook for students of pedagogical institutes. – Moscow: Prosveshchenie, 1991. – 280c.

6. Kabanova O. A. Psychology of family relations and the basics of family counseling. – M.: Prior, 2004. – 317 p.

7. Matskovsky M. S. Sociology of the family: problems, methodology, theory. Moscow: Nauka, 1989. – 406 p.

8. Navaitis G. Family in psychological counseling. – M.: NGO & laquo; MODEK & raquo;, 1999. – 310 s.

9. Morgan G. L. Kinship systems and properties of the human family. Moscow: Mysl', 1999. – 417 p.

10. Kholostova E. I. Technology of social work: Textbook. Moscow: INFRA-M, 2002. – 251 p.


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