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C) Black family bonds were destroyed by the abuses of slave owners, who regularly sold off family members to other slave owners. That being said, warning bells would’ve rung had I done my research prior to registering for Sociology of the Family.
When questioned on how family bonds were maintained despite geographic separation, she stated, “family bonds were maintained in part due to word of mouth communication from a slave community on one plantation to a slave community on another, when slaves accompanied their masters on business and social trips.” The sociologist she cites, Herbert Gutman, is a White man that died in 1985 and conducted his research in the 60s and 70s.
The question stated, “Historical research on African-American families during slavery shows that: A) Family ties weren’t important in African cultures where the slaves ancestors originated; consequently, family bonds were never strong among slaves. This website provides students a platform to review their Professors and has been a useful tool for me throughout my time in college.
B) Two-parent families were extremely rare during the slave period. While some reviews are posted by bitter students whose final grade reflects the minimal effort they contributed all semester, I tend to stray away from Professors who receive similar criticisms from multiple students.
In our email exchange, I requested further information that would prove that C is incorrect.
I respectfully provided evidence, even directly from our textbook that supported my argument.