Divorce is not the solution to challenges in marriage since it results in poverty, instability and unstable environment for children. Personal analysis shows that due to this situation, some children are usually left to the [...]
Negative spaces explored in the article are the sides and issues of the family that are not easy to perceive, the areas Daly is the most interested in are the factors of intuition, folklore and [...]
In order to understand the relevance of the intersectional approach of analyzing Canadian families, it would be important to understand the diversity in this country, and how it is manifested in Canadian families.
Using Andrea Henderson's case, Hill et al.show the need for IBM to develop flexible corporate work and family programs, which are beneficial to both the employees and the organization. In this article, Tubbs, Roy, and [...]
The adoptive parents therefore have to be ready to care for a child who is not biologically theirs under any circumstance that may arise.
That is why it is possible to analyze different points of view on the problem to understand what factors influence it and what is the future of the family in the USA.
Furthermore, liberals, such as Archard, argue that the family is characterized by the roles and responsibilities that are evident in family privacy and the protection of intimacy.
In order to comprehend the transformation in the contemporary American family, it is imperative to review the dynamics of family life from the middle of the 20th century.
The family also serves as a tool for socialization since the shared moral and social values of the community are inculcated in the children withing the family setting.
In addition, the percentage of the common law marriages is on the rise. In addition, the law favors women about the custody of children in divorce cases.
However, one can notice that due to the process of globalization, migration and cultural mixing, the representatives of non-Western culture demonstrate the new attitude to the family relations which is more Western, than Eastern.
There are differences between family composition and notion in the United States and Saudi Arabia such as choosing a partner, polygamy, and the size of family.
However, in the course of several years that have passed, the American society has seen the family structure and the day to day life evolve in many ways basing on a number of factors, "running [...]
According to some experts, the problems facing the society today are as a result of the weakening of the family which has been experienced since the 1960s. One of the factors that have contributed to [...]
The aim of the paper is to give a concise definition of family, and the context of family structures such as the traditional family; single parent family, blended family and cohabiting relationship families.
The lack of a modern and conventional definition of a family has been linked to dynamism of culture and the different form that the family has assumed.
The quantitive examination of the research data suggested that the degree of segregation of conjugal roles is related to connectedness in the total network of the family among other things affecting the way conjugal roles [...]
This has been witnessed through the following manner: The number of adults who marry, the number of households that are formed by married people, the number of children that are conceived, the economic role of [...]
The symbolic interaction theory is central to the understanding of the first family because the first family is symbolic of the highest status of a family unit in America.
In the selection of the marriage partners, individuals are required to adhere to the rules of endogamy as well as the rules of exogamy.
In other words, as supported by the findings of Cabrera et al, the influence and support of fathers in their children's development improves the cognitive and emotional development of children, thereby improving the overall well-being [...]
The story which Melanie Thernstrom shared with the readers of The New York Times actually represents a rather sensitive topic in the discussion of the institute of family.