In Reading 17, "Why Is Everyone Afraid of Sex?" which of the following statements would author Pepper Schwartz most likely agree with?
Americans’ fear of sexuality stems from a variety of sources such as religious indoctrination and the sexual double standard.
(From Reading 17, “Why is Everyone Afraid of Sex?”) As an example of laws outlawing sexual pleasure, Pepper Schwartz emphasizes laws against:
In Reading 22, "Stepfamilies as They Really Are," Coleman and Ganong discuss the Cinderella story, which projects the idea that stepfamilies are dysfunctional. Some evolutionary psychologists project a modern version of this idea. Recent research sheds some light on this. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has found that the family member most likely to abuse children is the _____.
In Reading 10 by Stuening, "Families ‘In Law’ and Families ‘In Practice’: Does the Law Recognize Families As They Really Are?", which legal principle applies when a biological parent through word or deed has given his or her partner the expectation that s/he will enjoy the rights and duties of a parent?
parenthood by estoppel
This question comes from Reading 22, "Stepfamilies as They Really Are" by Coleman and Ganong. Which of the following approaches to stepfamily research assumed that stepchildren would fare poorly when compared with children in two-parent, first marriage families?
deficit comparison approach
“The Evolution of American Families” (Chap. 5) by Coontz describes the work of some researchers named Katz, Doucet and Stern, who identify five major changes in family organization that accompanied industrialization. To their list, Coontz adds a sixth change, which is: