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GCSE Sociology: Family 3

Key words for GCSE Sociology.

kibbutz
A kibbutz is a type of Israeli settlement in which members live as a community.
conventional
The term conventional family describes a family made up of two parents and their children.
canalisation
Canalisation is the influencing of children by giving them gender-specific toys.
secularisation British English spelling
Secularisation describes movement away from religion.
principle
The principle of stratified diffusion suggests that social change happens at the top and moves down.
stratified
The principle of stratified diffusion suggests that social change happens at the top and moves down.
diffusion
The principle of stratified diffusion suggests that social change happens at the top and moves down.
dysfunctional
A dysfunctional family is a family that does not work.
monogamy
Monogamy describes being in only one relationship or marriage at a time.
kinship
Kinship networks are the relationships between family members.
networks
Kinship networks are the relationships between family members.
pre-industrial
If something is pre-industrial, it means it is from before the mass use of machinery.
contemporary
Contemporary means happening in the present time.
separate
The separate spheres are the private world of the home and the public world of work.
spheres
The separate spheres are the private world of the home and the public world of work.
matriarchal
In matriarchal societies, women hold advantages and power over men.

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