Family values

2,823 views

Published on

0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
2,823
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
127
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Family values

  1. 1. FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS
  2. 2. GOOD COMMUNICATION IS AN IMPORTANT TOOL TO MAINTAIN GOOD RELATIONSHIPS AMONG MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY
  3. 3. FAMIILY Is the basic or the most fundamental unit in any society. Sociologists and anthropologists define the family as a group of people who are united by ties of marriage, ancestry or adoption.
  4. 4. FAMILY RELATIONSHIP Means relatedness or connection by blood or marriage. FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE QUALITY OF A FAMILY RELATIONSHIP 1. Family Memories 2. Family Communication 3. Family Values
  5. 5. COMMUNICATION Is the process of sharing information, thoughts, ideas, or feeling. It happens whenever you use words, sounds, gestures, or body movements to interact with other members of the family.
  6. 6. IMPORTANCE OF FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS 1. Provide love, protection, and guidance. 2.Help to build your confidence and self- esteem. 3.Provide a sense of belonging and independence.
  7. 7. DIFFERENT WAYS TO ENSURE A PEACEFUL AND A HAPPY FAMILY LIFE 1. Hold family meetings. Discuss some family rules and important issues, make plans together and suggest improvements. 2. Help and support one another , especially when problems arise. 3. Respect one another. Positive attitudes and good manners for smooth sailing in the family. Children should respect their parents ‘ decisions.
  8. 8. DIFFERENT WAYS TO ENSURE A PEACEFUL AND A HAPPY FAMILY LIFE 4. Respect each other’s belongings. Always asks permission if you borrow something. 5. Every member of the family should care for each other. 6. Inform other members of the family about invitations, notices, phone calls, etc. so that everyone knows what is happening.
  9. 9. CHAPTER 2: DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES, AND BASIC NEEDS OF THE FAMILY
  10. 10. RESPONSIBILITY Is something for which an individual is accountable. DUTY Is an obligatory task or activity showing respect that one knows one would have to do.
  11. 11. RESPONSIBILITIES WITHIN THE FAMILY A. PARENTS’ RESPONSIBILITIES • Parents are expected to provide for their children’s basic needs. The needs include food, clothing, shelter, education, and love. • Care for their children when they are sick. • Teaching children behavior that is acceptable to the family and to the society.
  12. 12. B. CHILDRENS’ RESPONSIBILITIES • The responsibilities of children grow as they become older and more able. • Responsible for following rules and for showing respect for all family members. • Should ask permission and seek approval from their parents in making important decisions. C. SHARED RESPONSIBILITIES All members of the family may share in the responsibility of household chores. Everyone helps meet needs of elderly members who may no longer be able to care for themselves.
  13. 13. PATTERNS OF FAMILY ORGANIZATION • KIN - people who are related by common ancestry or origins; most often blood relations. • FAMILY - a group of kin who live together and function as an ongoing co-operative unit for economic and other purposes. • CONSANGUINE FAMILY - biological relatives. • CONJUGAL FAMILY - a group of relatives by marriage.
  14. 14. • PATRILOCAL FAMILY - a society where sons are expected to bring their brides to their parents' house and daughters are expected to go to their husband's household. • MATRILOCAL FAMILY - a society where daughters are expected to remain in their parents' household and the sons move in with their wives. • NEOLOCAL FAMILY - a society where newly married couples set up separate residences independent of either spouses' parents.
  15. 15. • PATRILINEAL - a pattern of descent where the children belong to the kin group of their father. Often found in patrilocal societies. MATRILINEAL - a pattern of descent where the children belong to the kin group of their mother. Often found in matrilocal societies. BILATERAL - a pattern of descent where the children are equally related to both their mother's and father's families. Often found in neolocal societies. PATRIARCHAL FAMILY - a form of family organization in which the father is dominant.
  16. 16. • EGALITARIAN FAMILY - a form of family organization in which the father and mother share authority. EXTENDED FAMILY – a family unit that consists of a nuclear family plus one or more relatives living together. NUCLEAR FAMILY – a unit of family organization consisting of a couple and their children living together.
  17. 17. Check(√) the appropriate column which you think you can be able to adapt for yourself. HOUSEHOLD RULES AGREE DISAGREE 1. Keeping your room clean, and taking out the trash. 2. No watching of television before periodical examinations. 3. Being home by 4’oclock in the afternoon. 4. Washing clothes and cleaning the dishes. 5. Not entertaining friend/s when parents are not at home.
  18. 18. CHAPTER 3: DEALING WITH FAMILY CHALLENGES
  19. 19. FAMILY CHALLENGES 1. COMMUNICATION PROBLEM 2. FREQUENT ARGUING 3. FINANCIAL PROBLEMS 4. SEPARATION 5. GRIEF AND LOSS. Grief- is the open expression of sorrow. Bereavement- is the state of suffering the death of a loved one.
  20. 20. TIPS IN DEALING WITH FAMILY CHALLENGES 1. Take the family challenge positively. 2. Do not reject other’s opinions 3. Balance your activities in life 4. Forgiveness 5. Do not hesitate to seek help from relatives and friends 6. Immediate solution to problems

×