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  • 1. AS Sociology – Families & Households Evaluation Rate how confident you are on the following topics:Topic Very Fairly Not Need to Confident confident confident at revise allGender roles in the domestic division of labourPower relationships between couples including decision makingand domestic violenceChanges in the roles and relationships between couplesSociological views on relationships between couplesThe social construction of childhoodReasons for the changes in childhoodDifferent views of the position of children todayDifferent views of the future of childhoodFunctionalist, Marxist, Feminist and New Right perspective son thefamilyAnalyse the similarities and differences between the perspectivesPopulation trends in the UK since 1900Evaluate reasons for the population changesEvaluate the consequences of the population changesChanges in partnerships including marriage, divorce, cohabitationand civil partnershipsChanges in childbearing and child rearing including births outsidemarriage, lone-parent and step-familiesEvaluate and analyse reasons for changes in families andhouseholdsEvaluate and analyse sociological views of family diversityThe difference between modernist and postmodernist approachesto family diversityWays in which social policies may affect familiesDifferent sociological perspectives on families and social policies

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