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The Nuclear Family and Society
"Not of course that families are helpless, but their role is different than in the past. Observers once spoke of the dissolution of the family. We recognize now that the family does not disappear, rather it changes, and adapts and develops new patterns; but always, it maintains the crucial functions of giving the family members a place in society; socializing the children and stabilizing the relationship between a man and a woman."
The authors of Families in Canada define the nuclear family as a family unit composed of both a mother and a father who have one or more children. Simply p…
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