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1George Murdock defined
this type of family as “a
universal social grouping”
BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID
2Two or more brothers can
be married to one wife.
BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID
3This person describes the
family as a universal
institution with universal
functions. Can yo...
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4This person claims that
increasing numbers of
‘young, healthy, low-
income males choose not
...
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5This perspective claims
that the nuclear family is
the ideal.
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6This person argued that
the nuclear family was
developed in capitalist
society.
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7Marxists see the family as
a means for reproducing…
BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID
8Male domination
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9A situation where a couple
lives together as man and
wife without being legally
married
BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID
10The roles played between husband
and wife within a marriage with
particular reference to th...
BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID
11Term associated with Edmund
Leach to describe the romantic
image of the traditional two-par...
BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID
12The ruling class in
capitalism who own
property such as capital,
businesses and shares
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13The housewife providing
the warmth, security and
emotional nurturing
support.
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14Unpaid work usually
carried out by women.
BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID
15Social position fixed by
birth, a position that
cannot be changed by
one’s own efforts
BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID
16The stages of life e.g. childhood,
young adulthood, and old age,
which are predictable and ...
BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID
17The first stage of the process
through which the children learn the
culture of their societ...
BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID
18Having several marriage
partners/long term
relationships over the course
of one’s life, one...
BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID
19Is when a person (often the
woman) has the responsibly
for paid work but is also
responsibl...
BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID
20Term used to describe the modern day
family where people have fewer children,
but are at th...
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  1. 1. H
  2. 2. N P H CM GM C CR NR LP FE CPF DL AS B LC ER P SM DB BF PS
  3. 3. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 1George Murdock defined this type of family as “a universal social grouping”
  4. 4. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 2Two or more brothers can be married to one wife.
  5. 5. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 3This person describes the family as a universal institution with universal functions. Can you name the functions?
  6. 6. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 4This person claims that increasing numbers of ‘young, healthy, low- income males choose not to take jobs.
  7. 7. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 5This perspective claims that the nuclear family is the ideal.
  8. 8. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 6This person argued that the nuclear family was developed in capitalist society.
  9. 9. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 7Marxists see the family as a means for reproducing…
  10. 10. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 8Male domination
  11. 11. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 9A situation where a couple lives together as man and wife without being legally married
  12. 12. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 10The roles played between husband and wife within a marriage with particular reference to the domestic division of labour. Elizabeth Bott argues that there are two types’ segregated and joint roles.
  13. 13. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 11Term associated with Edmund Leach to describe the romantic image of the traditional two-parent family featured on the back of corn flake packets in the 1960s.
  14. 14. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 12The ruling class in capitalism who own property such as capital, businesses and shares
  15. 15. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 13The housewife providing the warmth, security and emotional nurturing support.
  16. 16. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 14Unpaid work usually carried out by women.
  17. 17. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 15Social position fixed by birth, a position that cannot be changed by one’s own efforts
  18. 18. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 16The stages of life e.g. childhood, young adulthood, and old age, which are predictable and assumed to be experienced in the same way by different people.
  19. 19. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 17The first stage of the process through which the children learn the culture of their society. This takes place in the family
  20. 20. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 18Having several marriage partners/long term relationships over the course of one’s life, one at a time.
  21. 21. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 19Is when a person (often the woman) has the responsibly for paid work but is also responsible for domestic labour.
  22. 22. BACK TO THE BLOCKBUSTER GRID 20Term used to describe the modern day family where people have fewer children, but are at the same time living longer, family trees are becoming longer and thinner - sometimes extending to four generations.

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