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  • Extended Family : Causes And Effects Of An Extended Family

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    Extended Family Many people say that they are scared to let people into their lives, but my family loves to let other people into our lives. For example we have let in many kids that either don’t have a good family life, live far away from school, or don’t have enough money to provide for themselves. It is awesome having these “older brothers” come into our house because I become very close to all of them. I will be talking about the effects from having these people live with us. About seven years

  • Financial Sustainability For My Family And Extended Family

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    Regarding to the happiness of the whole family, I do not know the truth whether financial sustainability for my family and extended family will make us all happy. There is a possibility that at one point in time I or any other family member will be able to solve the family’s financial difficulties. I do believe that it would be great if no one in the family has to worry about the money. It gives them the options to consider other goals other than making a sustainable career. Yes, I would love this

  • My Family As An Extended Family

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    Introduction From an early age I placed a very high value on being a part of my family. At first it was most likely feeling safe and secure. That being said, I had the logical realization that family was important. Of special importance were grandparents and the extended family members. Being born in a town where both sets of grandparents resided in addition to all the rest of my extended family was very comforting to me. Being the first-born grandchild had its advantages. I became very attached

  • What Is Extended Family

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    Family a group consisting of one or two parents and their children: extended family noun 1. A family group that consists of parents, children, and other close relatives, generally, it’s A group of relatives, such as those of three generations often living in close geographic proximity rather than under the same roof. People living together as an extended family occasionally feel a greater security and belonging. This is an advantage of extended type of family because this family contains

  • The Nuclear Family Replaced the Extended Family After Industrialisation

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    The Nuclear Family Replaced the Extended Family After Industrialisation Talcott Parsons believed that the nuclear family developed mainly as a result of industrialisation. He thought that before the industry took over the functions of the family, the families were extended units of production. This means that the work and home lives were combined and so each family member taught another one skill for life such as education. Parsons says that the extended family stayed together

  • Family : A Family Of Affinity, And An Extended Family Essay

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    We began this semester talking about what the definition of a family was. We delved into the definitions of each type of family, focusing mainly on a nuclear family, a family of affinity, and an extended family. I recently began watching this TV show called The Fosters. This show is the definition of a family of affinity, it follows two monogamous lesbian women who aren’t married but have been together for years. One of the women has a son by her ex-husband and the two women together have adopted

  • Divorce : The Effects Of The Extended Family Life Cycle

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    nodding head girl was me and the prophetic girl was my step-sister from one of my father's previous marriages. Divorce is considered one of the most stressful and traumatic events in a person's life. In the Extended Family Life Cycle, Constance Ahrons outlines the effects of Divorce on a family system and on the individuals within that system. While Ahrons focuses on the process of divorce and the effects on young children, Balswick looks at

  • My Extended Family Originates From The Rural Areas Of Pakistan,

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    My extended family originates from the rural areas of Pakistan, I spent first 8 years of my life there before immigrating to Canada with my immediate family. Given the culture of the Middle East and South-East Asia, while growing up, some members of my extended family lived with us in one household. This extended family structure is very common in Pakistan and the surrounding areas, often times it is also follows a very gendered model of what the male and female members should be doing. Male members

  • Extended families are making a comeback in many countries around the world

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    Extended families are making a comeback in many countries around the world. What are the benefits and drawbacks of living in an extended family in the Maldives? Family is one of the most valuable and irreplaceable things that one is blessed with in a lifetime. A family is the foundation to everyone’s life. The outcome of your life is dependent on your family. Morals and values are obtained from your family circle. There are many types of family that exists in today’s society, each important to

  • Analysis Of The Article ' The Color Of Families Ties : Race, Class, Gender, And Extended Family Involvement

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    doing something? The answer is your family. Usually, family members can tolerate our mistakes and help us to solve our personal problems. Many people believe that having a family is happiness and they don’t need to be alone and support with each other. The family life is a very important to discuss because our attitude on the family value may effect to our views toward the world. In the article “ The Color of Families Ties: Race, Class, Gender, and Extended Family Involvement”, Gerstel and Sarkisian