Question 1: Think of significant events in your family life: has your religion influenced how you marked the occasion? How might someone from different family/religious background have marked the occasion?
Answer 1: Some of the significant event in my family life have been the festive occasions and family functions which have strengthened and vitalized the bond amongst the family members. My religion its effect on my life has always sufficed to form the plinth of faith over my family. This family faith has not only exceeded in marching ahead of trivial issues that came up but also eradicated them.
Similarly, someone from other religion will also gradually land up in nurturing the family faith to better levels and eventually garner up the best sought occasions. I feel that an occasion in family life is ornate with one’s religious notions, irrespective of the religion.
Question 2: Look around your classroom. How are other students like you? Are they different? Do you experience more diversity in your class than in other areas of your life?
Answer 2: Looking around my classroom, I find other students quite similar to me in terms of their motif and intent to be here, in pursuit of a common goal. This common goal paints hues of uniformity in our approach. As far as physical, social and economic diversities are concerned, they do not affect the relevance of actual purpose for being in a classroom. Comparing my classroom to other fields of my life, they have more variety because everyone else has a different pursuit and motif to be. So adding on to the visual disparity there exists a deeply entrenched internal difference.
Question 3: What is demographic transition? How does it affect government programs, society and family relationships?
Answer 3: Demographic transition refers to orientation in the living pattern of the people, owing to the variation in society’s professional level towards being more industrialized than earlier levels. It affects government programs as they start involving more technically sophisticated measures to cater to the changes. Similarly society becomes enriched in terms of livelihood and time spent within them. Family life gets affected crucially as advent of enhanced industrialization often causes relevant adaptability requisites to fast track life.
Question 4: What are two trends that could mitigate the challenges of a growing elderly population?
Answer 4: Growing elderly population will impede the social values status, relationship status, dynamic aspects of the society compiled with severe productivity issues. These challenges can be met only with properly framed government programs that comprise of not only situational population control but also a schematic old age employment facility that prevents household financial dependability to women.
Question 5: Explain the conservative, liberal and critical viewpoints of family diversity.
Answer 5: Family diversity is classic feature evident in current social family structure. If we analyze the conservative aspect of it, a family that accepts the cross cultural inclusion in their family shed a significant aspect of their conservativeness. Further, the liberalism drenches the roots of a family with rich diversity as more is the diversity implies better are shades of demographic variety within it. Critically , they lack a range of concord over the various issues which might have attained a unanimous assent provided uniformity was prominent against diversity within the family.
Question 6: What are advantages of living with family members? How does not having a family prevent a person from not having these advantages?
Answer 6: A trainer/guide not only enshrines the persisting qualities of his trainee but also induces mitigating attributes within him to shun possibilities of any unprecedented errors, on account of his experience of life and sport so far. Similar is relevance of elders in the family , who if stay along, can add to the present stability and futuristic cautions to ensure seamless sustenance , across all times. One who abstains from this notion lacks on the above mentioned laurels.
Question 7: Describe various scenarios in which multigenerational households come together. How many people do you know who live with their parents or grandparents?
Answer 7: Mutigenerational households not only harness the possibilities of getting together, in unison against all the crucial aspects of life but also enrich the variety of solutions that can be posted on to specific circumstances. The various scenarios that compile the family across generations together also curtail the work opportunities and personal time given to individual’s family. These challenges cause very few people around me opting for a multigenerational stay, however, owing to its benefits of affection and proximity of family members, the trend is on a rise.
Question 8: What are three reasons married people tend to be healthier?
Answer 8: Let’s look at the three possible reasons for married people to be healthier, first of all, unlike single people, married people have someone to look for the needs and varying requirements from time to time like in times of illness. Further, financial stability adds to the fact over those who live and manage their own self along with managing the households. Lastly, as it is often said that a happy mind stays in a healthier body, the married couples always have a company to relish upon their fun times and someone to ease off their pains in distress.