Hypotheses of the family.


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Hypotheses of the crew. Marxism, Functionalism, Women's liberation. Marxism. Engels (1972): The family emerged in light of the improvement of private property and for men to pass this property on to their posterity Hence he saw the principle capacity of the family as the proliferation of the entrepreneur framework
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Speculations of the family Marxism, Functionalism, Feminism

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Marxism Engels (1972): The family emerged in light of the advancement of private property and for men to pass this property on to their posterity Thus he saw the fundamental capacity of the family as the industrialist\'s proliferation framework Capitalism: System which trusts that the rich (Bourgeoisie) abuse poor people (Proletariat) to keep up their riches and influence

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Zaretsky (1976): The Capitalist framework depends on the residential work of housewives who imitate future eras of specialists & the family devours the results of Capitalism Essentially, the family is an awful thing

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Functionalism Traditional family structures are vital for social soundness The family transmits social standards and qualities to its individuals (essential socialization) Argue that the family is all inclusive (discovered all over) and practical (compelling) Essentially, the family is something worth being thankful for

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Murdock (1949) Some type of family structure is available in all social orders – the family is general The 3 key capacities: Stabilizes sexual conduct and multiplication Provides fundamental financial prerequisites e.g. nourishment and safe house Socialization

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Parsons (1959) Not all functionalists however concur with ALL THREE of Murdock’s capacities Parsons saw there as being 2 principle capacities: Stabilization of the grown-up identity by giving a “warm bath” from which to escape life’s weights Primary socialization

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O’Connell (1994) Because of family assorted qualities, various family sorts exist both inside and crosswise over social orders Therefore, the family must be characterized by its FUNCTIONS

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Feminism Feminists have condemned the family for its effect upon ladies Feminist work has presented a formerly male-ruled subject to regions of family life, for example, housework and abusive behavior at home that regularly have negative ramifications for ladies They have been especially worried with force connections inside of the family

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Marxist Feminism The family and it’s misuse of ladies serve the needs of Capitalism Benston (1972): Because the man attempts to bolster his family (his conventional sexual orientation part) he is less inclined to strike thus more prone to bolster Capitalism Ansley (1972): The enthusiastic backing of wives goes about as a “safety valve” for the husband’s disappointment that is created by his work

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Radical Feminism Sees the persecution of ladies as the most noteworthy part of a patriarchal, male-commanded society Delphy & Leonard (1992): The familyis a patriarchal and progressive establishment through which men overwhelm ladies Purdy (1997): Women’s weaknesses identify with their commitment to childcare

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Germaine Greer (2000): Wives stay subservient to their spouses despite the fact that the expanded separation rate recommends ladies are less tolerating of their mistreatment. Parenthood can be remunerating however is not esteemed by society enough to give it fiscal prize.

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Liberal Feminism Looking for equity between the genders Somerville (2000): Women now have more noteworthy open doors and decisions accessible to them these days. Albeit numerous men don\'t satisfy their normal part as supplier, numerous ladies still decide to acknowledge a male accomplice.

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Criticisms What reactions would you be able to consider for each of the sociological hypotheses on the

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