`` How And Deal With Moral Tales : Constructions And Strategies Of Single- Parents Families

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Ulrike Zartler’s article “How and Deal with Moral Tales: Constructions and Strategies of Single- Parents Families” published in the June 2014 edition of Journal of Marriage and Family”. It explored social structure and attitude toward single-parent families and how these families adapt to such beliefs. Within this study they explored the concepts of social structure, and the breaking of social norms within an ideal family. Also, this study could be hinder with the perspective of the research participates being families with ten year old children who they also surveyed, this allows the study to be too narrow in the research of families with younger or older children. This allows an argument to form, does the research proposed for a valid perspective of an inter population of single, divorced families, or does it ultimate the possible understanding of the research given with a biased survey. Over the decades, children growing up in single parent, divorce families, within this view individuals within these families are alternating the social structure within society. Social structure is define as “the internal institutionalized relationships built up by persons living within a group (such as a family or community) especially with regard to the hierarchical organization of status and to the rules and principles regulating behavior”("Definition of Social Structure"). As shown in the article, social structure is affected in single, divorced families, in the relations between the

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