Ethnic Families : Contextual investigations.

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Four Families. Difference between families from India, France, Japan,
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Ethnic Families : Case Studies Dr. Jane Granskog California State University, Bakersfield

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Four Families Contrast between families from India, France, Japan, & Canada Note attributes of family structure - communication between sexual orientations, parts did Note designs & contrasts in socialization of the youthful

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Self, Family and Community: Positive Dependency sociological reliance - self characterized in relationship to family, group, predecessors, spirits recurrent ceaseless stream between every fundamental for wellbeing and concordance Self situated toward individual association

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Positive Dependency Flows Follow possess wishes however inside a setting constraining limits of Self Control restricting limits of Self imparted by space & sound - regard & dutifulness toward senior citizens

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Dependency inside the Family Families are seen as interlocking life units in which the prosperity of one is inborn in prosperity of others Roles alter as people move starting with one phase then onto the next yet not outside gathering Bonding with trust depends on requests of custom v.s. a measure of the individual execution of given individual

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Dependency inside the Family Lateral broadened kinfolk - level premise that conveys brunt of reliance stream Tension weakened by extending discipline lines Importance of regard component Emphasis on commonality, correspondence - setting things appropriate in family debate through eye to eye experiences (Hawaiian, "ohana" hone)

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Dependency inside the Community accentuation on sharing, bolster between all gatherings/subunits inside group - correspondence accentuation on trade of administrations (time & vitality) significance of "doing" for others - association, duty

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Types of Independence Opposing reliance - amazingness of self outside of stream, accentuation on self most importantly (sociological autonomy - Independence Complex) Positive reliance - opportunity to settle on decisions inside a helpful system (thinking about others)

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Factors Influencing the Nature of Dependency Flow Length of time (history) that you\'ve had with somebody - progression, shared characteristic Nature of the "kinship" security (organic versus non-organic and criticalness of the distinction) Nature of the communication and power of the security (e.g., life & passing circumstance - wartime amigos)

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Factors Influencing the Nature of Dependency Flow Location - remove constrains the sort & recurrence of collaboration (having the capacity to call upon them), limits inclusion Common interests - ties are with individuals with whom you share vital parts of your life - work, school, recreation exercises, and so on

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Factors Influencing the Nature of Dependency Flow Personal foundation/history - identity qualities, originating from a separated versus enmeshed family; essentialness of "poisonous pedagogy" - disfunctional attributes conveyed from adolescence Gender and Ethnic Background - contrasts in socialization examples of females v.s. guys and how they are communicated inside the socio-social setting

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Positive Dependency Features Commitment ("amae") - take advantage of each other\'s comfort, approach in desperate hour Involvement - occupied with day by day exercises Bonding - set up history, being an a portion of one\'s life Obligation - there to help each other out

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Positive Dependency Features Reciprocity - accomplishing for each other Trust - having the capacity to rely on each other, a known amount Continuity - feeling of group/"family" that reaches out after some time

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Kinship Exercise Frequency of collaboration - how frequently do you speak with them, what is the way of the correspondence? What territories of life do you impart to various individuals ? financial - bolster each other social - get together at family get-togethers, put in week-end in shared exercises, and so on religious - go to chapel together, and so on.

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Kinship Exercise Role commitments as well as obligations - what have you accomplished for them as of late & what have they accomplished for you?, when you cause harm, who are you destined to call upon? Take note of any examples in the way of your collaboration with family - do you connect with some more than others and if so why? Is it since they live near to, share normal interests and values, as well as in light of the fact that they are relatives?

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Ethnic Families in America Significance of "primordial connections\'- having a place with a given ethnic gathering with an interesting social legacy Changing viewpoint of "Americanization", digestion - reestablished ethnic awareness Focus of personality and solidarity lies in family\'s capacity to mingle individuals into ethnic culture

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Features of Ethnic Families Emphasis on family exercises - eating "ethnic" sustenances Structure of the family - customarily commonly substantial more distant families, patriarchal perfect, father-headed, mother-focused; solid family introduction; pattern to littler more atomic families, expanding effect of socialization by outside foundations

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Features of Ethnic Families - 2 Ideology - accentuation on trust inside gathering/family dependability to kinfolk first; accentuation on respect of the family Cohesion/coordination - customary solidarity as the essential social & financial unit, accentuation on strong family ceremonies; shortly less inclined to work thusly Limited Geographic versatility - put situated to an impressive degree

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Focus of Articles in Ethnic Families Historical foundation of migration examples Demographic attributes (rates of marriage, separation, intermarriage) Structure of the family (appropriation of status, power, duty inside atomic family) & amplified kinfolk systems

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Focus of Articles in Ethnic Families Cultural qualities - accomplishment, style of life, instructive & word related desires; reflected in socialization designs Characteristics at various phases of the family life cycle - type of cultural assimilation/absorption occurring

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Overview of Immigrant Family in U.S. eighteenth cen. Mercantilism, incredible change to huge scale industrialist endeavors w/ascent of working classes in nineteenth cen. (push components); openings in U.S. (pull elements) Immigration waves: 1) 1832-82 (old); 2) 1882-1930 (new - Irish, Germans); 3)"great respite" 1925-\'65; 4) 1965 on - Asians, Indians, Pacific Islders., roundabout & transmodern movement designs

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American Catholic Irish Family Immigration over broadened period (200 yrs); Irish Catholic in Ireland: laborer inhabitant potato ranchers; stem-family (impartible legacy by favored child); just single girls worked outside the home, wedded ladies did not; patriarchal family structure

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Irish Immigration Patterns family designs advanced high number of single ladies & men who then moved to the U.S. Provincial period to 1815 - generally little ranchers, protestant, single, from N. Ireland 1815 to Great Famine - expanding quantities of Catholics from S. Ireland

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Irish Immigration Patterns Immigration after Great Famine (1845-48) - \'47-\'54, 1.25 million (1851-1900, 3 process.); youthful (15-35) generally single, Catholic, S & W Ireland; 1901-\'24, 700,000, larger part single ladies Primarily went to urban communities - East Coast (Boston, New York), St Louis, Chicago, San Francisco

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American Irish Catholic - Patterns Catholic church effective foundation in U.S., individual salvation religious philosophy, solid administration, common guide associations Changed reference bunches - from contrasting with Irish in Ireland to other American Irish Harsh work involvement, difficult work segregation, moderate upward class versatility; high number of housholds headed by ladies

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American Irish Catholic - Patterns 1920-50 built up ward life, ethnically & biologically nucleated; behavioral limitations, adjust through babble; kids loyal & conscious, accomplish in school & sports (young men) Modern - average workers - family & religion scratch, favotism toward children, male strength, utilization of liquor, concentrate on activity;

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American Irish Catholic - Patterns white collar class - different sub bunches - those underscoring training & accomplishment along w/more conventional Catholics; family solidarity stays scratch Problems - care of elderly, conjugal interruption, woman\'s rights, divisiveness inside Catholic Church

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Italian American Family Immigration - expanded starting 1870\'s, pinnacle, 1901-14 (for the most part young fellows) Early ethnic family, 1850-1920 - principally from South Italy, protected from standard America; accentuation on la famiglia , patrilineal broadened tribe supplemented by comparaggio (godparenthood);

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Italian American Family father-headed, mother-focused, accentuation on family respect, solidarity, looking after "face" of family second era littler families, most in NE; bring down rates of separation, higher endogamy than most other ethnic gatherings (diminishes w/instruction), solid kin solidarity;

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Italian American Family Values la famiglia, regard & administer to senior citizens; solid hard working attitude ("ben educato" - great conduct, resistence to formal instruction) got from overwhelmingly laborer foundation; noteworthy coherence in social qualities in spite of social & physical portability

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The Korean-American Family - History pioneer migration to Hawaii 1903-05 (uneducated, untalented workers); Korean war ladies , 1950\'s - intermarriage with servicemen, higher separation rates fundamental movement after 1965 Immigration Act (third biggest after Mexicans & Filipinos, scratch accentuation on family solidarity - expanded quantities of kinfolk brought over), taught experts & professionals

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The Korean-American Family customary family - patriarchial, solid impact of Confucianism (regard for & submission to guardians & older folks, dutiful devotion/an

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