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Textbook

Karnataka text book has limited content, because this topic is at introductory stage.

NCERT Text Book chapter 3 'Social Institutions - Continuity and Change has a section 3.3 discussing Family and Kinship

Additional References

The links provided below provide useful information on family.

  1. .To view a clip discussing family. It discuss about sociological view on family. view this video and relate earlier definitions. click here
  2. .Refer Wikipedia for Sociology of Family
  3. .Extended Family, please see this webpage to understand about joint family
  4. .www.asanet.org/introtosociology/.../curriculumintrosoc032709.html‎#.Student Support Materials for Sociology - OCR AS Sociology Unit G672: Sociology of the Family: ..www.amazon.co.uk › ... › Family & Social Groups › Marriage & Family‎
  5. .The family unit in terms of applied sociology is a micro level society, or the smallest structure of society within our vast world of societies: www.appliedsoc.org/family/‎
  6. .Direct correspondence to Paula Fomby, Department of Sociology, Johns Hopkins University, 3400 ... believe this to be a substantial improvement on the standard list of which contains better measures of family income, to know more www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov › Journal List › NIHPA Author Manuscripts
  7. https://opentextbc.ca/introductiontosociology/chapter/chapter14-marriage-and-family/ This resource helps to understand the changing nature of families.
  8. https://www.sociologyguide.com/marriage-family-kinship/Family.php This webpage helps provide some interesting definitions about families by various sociologists

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Wikipedia article on matrilineality
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While conventionally, the term 'family' has been described as a group of people related to each other by 'blood, marriage or custom'; from a sociological perspective, it is important to understand that family structures, rather than being universal and constant or unchanging vary across socio-cultural contexts. Thus, as a social institution, the composition of the family, and its structure evolves over time and must be undserstood in its relation to other changes in the society.

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Out-migration of men from the Himalayan region-for better employment opportunities- has led to a rise in the proportion of female-headed households in the region This has been shown to have a positive impact on women's social standing in their local village community.

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Project Ideas

Students can have a debate on the advantages and disadvantages of being in joint families. Other ideas for projects include talking to students about single parent families and families with same-sex parents.

9th grade material

This chapter is the first chapter in the part 1 of the 9th grade textbook of Social Sciences

http://ktbs.kar.nic.in/New/website%20textbooks/class9/9th%20standard/9th-english-socialscience-1.pdf