1)FAMILY STRUCTURE  TRADITIONAL NUCLEAR FAMILY  NUCLEAR FAMILY  BLENDED FAMILY  EXTENDED FAMILY  SINGLE PARENT FAMILY  BINUCLEAR FAMILY  POLYGAMOUS FAMILY .

2)FAMILY FUNCTION AFFECTIVE FUNCTION SOCIALISATION FUNCTION REPRODUCTIVE FUNCTION ECONOMIC FUNCTION HEALTH CARE FUNCTION .

THE SOCIALLY RECOGNISED STATUS OF FATHER&MOTHER EXISTS WITH SOCIALLY SANCTIONED ROLES THAT PRESCRIBE APPOPRIATE SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR&CHILD REARING RESPONSIBILITIES. .3)PARENTAL ROLE  IN ALL FAMILIES.

ROLE LEARNING TYPES OF ROLES ASCRIBED ROLE ACHIEVED ROLE ADOPTED ROLE ASSUMED ROLE .

4)FAMILY SIZE &CONFIGURATION .

MORE EMPHASISES IS PLACED ON CHILDRENS INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT.  RELAY MORE ON PARENTS . PARENTING IS INTENSIVE RATHER THAN EXTENSIVE.FAMILY SIZE  IN SMALL FAMILIES.

CONT… LARGE FAMILIES  LESS CARING IN THE FAMILY  SIBLING SUPPORT&COOPRERTION  RELAY MORE ON PEERS .

TOO IMMATURE TO BE THREATENED.SPACING OF CHILDREN IF OLDER ADULT IS YOUNG. IF OLDER ADULT IS LITTLE OLDER-ABLE TO UNDERSTAND SITUATION .

AT THEIR BEST&WORST.SIBLING INTERACTION  SIBLING SPEND LONG TIME TOGETHER AND COME TO KNOW EACH OTHER. .

ANXIOUS.ORDINAL POSITION  ONLY CHILD-SELFISH. HIGHER INTELLECTUAL  MIDDLE CHILDREN-RECEIVE LESS OF PARENTS TIME. MORE PUNISHMENT. LONELY  FIRST BORN-DOMINANT. LESS TENSE . MORE CONSERVATION. LEARN TO COMPROMISE  YOUNGEST CHILDREN-LESS DEPENDENT THN FIRST BORN.

5)PARENTING PREPARATION FOR PARENTHOOD PARENTAL FACTORS AFFECTIING PARENTING BEHAVIOURS .

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