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Instructions: Answer the questions in a essay format. Source/reference: Ochs and
Instructions: Answer the questions in a essay format. Source/reference: Ochs and Kremer-Sadlik (2013) Fast-Forward Family: Home, Work, and Relationships in Middle-Class America. Berkeley and LA: University of California Press SNAF means Standard North American Family Why is the use of SNAF as an “ideological code” problematic for Dorothy Smith (1993)? Why and how does it affect all forms of the family? Looking at the families studied in Fast- Forward Family from Smith’s perspective, do you agree (or disagree) with Smith that the social values associated with SNAF explain the middle-class family context? Analyze two examples from FFF to support your answer.

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