Family As A Social Institution Doc

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INDEX

Contents
Page No:
1.
Introduction
03
1.1
Definition Of Family
03
1.2
Only Child families
03
1.3
Largest Families
03-04
1.4
Single Parent families
04
1.5
Marriage
04
1.6
Types of Marriage
04-05
1.7
Mate Selection
05
2.
Structure of Family
05-07
3.
Stages of Family
07
3.1
Stage One
07
3.2
Stage Two
07
3.3
Stage Three
07
3.4
Stage Four
07-08
3.5
Stage Five
08
3.6
Stage Six
08
4.
Role Of Family
08-09
4.1
Toward children
09
4.2
Toward Parent
09-10
5.
Theoretical analysis of the family
10
5.1 Function of the family structural functional analysis
10-11
5.2
INEQUALITY AND THE FAMILY
11
5.2.1
SOCIAL CONFLICT ANALYSIS
12
5.3
Micro level analysis
12
5.3.1
Interactionist view
12
6.
Family Life in Different Time
12
6.1
IN THE PAST
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It is one of two components of sexual selection (the other is male-male competition or intersexual selection). Darwin first introduced his ideas on sexual selection in 1871 but advances in genetic and molecular techniques have led to major progress in this field recently.
Five mechanisms that explain the evolution of mate choice are currently recognized. They are direct phenotypic benefits, sensory bias, Fisherman runaway, indicator traits, and genetic compatibility. These mechanisms can co-occur and there are many examples of each.
In systems where mate choice exists, one sex is competitive with same-sex members and the other sex is choosy (selective when it comes to picking individuals to mate with). In most species, females are the choosy sex that discriminates amongst competitive males but there are several examples of reversed roles. There is an example: Charles Darwin first expressed his ideas on sexual selection and mate choice in his book The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex in 1871. He was perplexed by the elaborate ornamentation that males of some species have because they appeared to be detrimental to survival and have negative consequences for reproductive success. He proposed two explanations for the existence of such traits: these traits are useful in male-male combat or they are preferred by females.

2. Structure of Family :
This kinship terminology commonly occurs in societies based

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