Suzy rebels because (to her) the parents are too strict.In this case, neither behavior is distinct, uses concepts such as input (what a system brings into itfrom communication to knowledge, to electricity and labor, depending on the system), throughput or process (what the system does with the input), and output (what the system producesfor a relationship, this might be stability or satisfaction or both).These notes are an abbreviation of more extensive notesfocused only on what is most important for exam.
I hold that one of the real cultural differences that the partners bring to the relationship (see model in Baldwin & Hecht, 2003, a chapter we read a long time ago for class! These real differences may also occur in intergroup relationships (e.g., interracial), but only if and to the extent that partners exhibit the cultures of their ethnic or racial groups. That is, pressure from the outsidefamily opposition, societal doubts about the motives for such relationships and expectations for failure, and so on.However, in some cases, the system gets stuck and keeps applying the same rules for change, even when those dont work.(Ex: You nag your partner to get more romantic attention, but the nagging makes your partner feel become less romantic.It can be if you want it to be, but putting race on the backburner shouldn’t have repercussions either.Who someone chooses to love has nothing to do with people not involved in the relationship, so I find it odd that people like that always have the most to say about interracial relationships.Interracial couples have always faced general intolerance from the public, and the movie “Loving” has brought the issues to the forefront of discussions.