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    Hi, would anyone happen to have any notes or work on these please because im finding it hard to write about for a complete 17 mark question.
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    Identify and explain two ways in which an ageing population affects family life

    Identify and explain two ways in which family life may differ according to social class.

    Identify and explain two ways in which demographic changes impact on family life
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    (Original post by peanutcracker20)
    Identify and explain two ways in which an ageing population affects family life
    • Burden from care of family members, particularly women (sandwichgeneration)
    • Effect on conjugal relations due to presence of elderly parent
    • Leisure time reduced as time spent on ageing relative increases
    • Economic effects
    • Leads to beanpole family
    • Support provided by elderly relatives, eg child care
    • Benefit to children of extended family relationships
    • Positive and negative consequences of women giving birth later
    Theories:
    • Feminism
    • Postmodernism
    • Grundy & Henretta
    • Allan & Crow
    Identify and explain two ways in which family life may differ according to social class.
    • Existance of single parent families, cohabitating couples
    • The idea of family has changed
    Theories:
    • Functionalism
    • New Right
    • Postmodernism
    • Feminism
    Can't remember much of this, sorry.

    Identify and explain two ways in which demographic changes impact on family life
    • Rise in beanpole families
    • Families getting smaller
    • Increase in life expectancy
    • Increase in individualism
    • Ageing population including increased grand-parenting role
    • Increasedburden on family members, particularly women
    • Importance of carers - reliance onextended family
    • Changes in roles, responsibilities and relationshipsin family life
    • Changes in the age and size of the population (relates to immigration and ethnic/cultural diversity)
    Theories:
    • Feminism
    • Postmodernism
    • Grundy &Henretta
    • Allan & Crow
    Use statistics throughout!

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    • Burden from care of family members, particularly women (sandwichgeneration)
    • Effect on conjugal relations due to presence of elderly parent
    • Leisure time reduced as time spent on ageing relative increases
    • Economic effects
    • Leads to beanpole family
    • Support provided by elderly relatives, eg child care
    • Benefit to children of extended family relationships
    • Positive and negative consequences of women giving birth later
    Theories:
    • Feminism
    • Postmodernism
    • Grundy & Henretta
    • Allan & Crow
    • Existance of single parent families, cohabitating couples
    • The idea of family has changed
    Theories:
    • Functionalism
    • New Right
    • Postmodernism
    • Feminism
    Can't remember much of this, sorry.
    • Rise in beanpole families
    • Families getting smaller
    • Increase in life expectancy
    • Increase in individualism
    • Ageing population including increased grand-parenting role
    • Increasedburden on family members, particularly women
    • Importance of carers - reliance onextended family
    • Changes in roles, responsibilities and relationshipsin family life
    • Changes in the age and size of the population (relates to immigration and ethnic/cultural diversity)
    Theories:
    • Feminism
    • Postmodernism
    • Grundy &Henretta
    • Allan & Crow
    Use statistics throughout!

    Use the TSR Study Resources for more help with G672 Sociology.
    thank you
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    (Original post by peanutcracker20)
    thank you
    Hi, what type of answer are these questions asking for, is changes in the family or The relationship of the family to the socialstructure and social change

    Outline and evaluate Feminist explanations of relationships within the family/ Outlineand evaluate the view that relationships within the family benefit some membersmore than others


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