Strong Families Develop Problem-Solving and Decision-Making Skills Because They Realize
Strong families develop problem-solving and decision-making skills because they realize that:
A) outside assistance is unavailable.
B) problems and changes are a normal part of life.
C) they must never allow themselves to bend.
D) every family crisis is a devastating disaster.
Dividing family life into stages or cycles can help us gain a better understanding of:
A) family disorganization.
B) marital conflict.
C) the change process.
D) gender roles.
The combination of increased life expectancy and declining infant mortality has been linked to all of the following trends EXCEPT:
A) greater survival advantages for men relative to women.
B) longer lasting marriages.
C) lower fertility rates.
D) an increase in three-, four-, and five-generation families.
The graying of America means that more middle-aged individuals will have to:
A) shorten their retirement years.
B) return to traditional gender roles.
C) care for aging parents.
D) have more children.