SOC 320 Week 4 Topic 4 Marriage and Family Journal Entry
For each part of the Journal assignment, compose a response with a minimum of 250 words.
These journal entries are designed to allow you to see how your own personal experiences or situations are relevant to the kinds of things that sociologists study. You will not be asked to share them with anyone other than the instructor of this class. It is hoped that this will allow you to be open and honest when controversial or personal topics are explored.
APA format is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.
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Part I: Marriage and Family Journal (Entry #7)
What are/were you looking for in a mate? That is, what are/were the qualities that you would want in the person you choose as your spouse? List them in the order of importance (most important first, least important last). Your list can be as long or as short as you wish but be honest and be specific. (Please do not say something like, “The person God has prepared for me.”) Choose a few to explain your reasons for wanting someone with this quality. Are any of them negotiable? That is, are some of the qualities you have listed ones that you would hope the person would have but it they didn’t have that quality, you would not disqualify them.
Part II: Marriage and Family Journal (Entry #8)
What do you expect from a marriage? That is, if you were to get married at some point, what would your life be like after the wedding? Describe the emotional atmosphere of the marriage relationship. What kinds of things would you be doing each day? What kinds of things would your spouse be doing? Do you have firm sex role expectations for husbands and wives?
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Course: SOC 320 Marriage and Family
School: Grand Canyon University
- : 16/09/2017
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