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Is the basic or most fundamental unit in any society. Sociologists and Anthrophologist define the family as a group of people who are united by ties of marriage, ancestry, or adoption.
What do families do? Meet needs and wants Work Live Together Love each other Celebrate Together
How families are different Culture Universals ReligionLanguageFoodTraditionSize Family Members
Types of Family Structures Nuclear- pair of adults with children Extended- family with 3 or more generations in it Childless- a couple without any children Single-Parent- a mother or father raising children alone Blended- two divorced people bring children in from previous marriages
Family Members Mother/WifeFather/Husband
Daughter/Sister Son/Brother Niece/Nephew
In-LawsBrother or Sister in-law
Additional Vocabulary Half Brother/Sister- when a child shares the same mother or father with a sibling, but the other parent is different Step Mother/Father- when an adult is a parent to a child that is not biologically theirs Siblings- Children in the same family Family Tree- chart representing family relationships
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