Non-traditional families are becoming the new normal in the United States. Discuss and compare the traditional family and non-traditional families.
Traditional Families Vs. Non Traditional Families
Length: 2 pages (855 Words)
Traditionally, a family is made up of two or more people who are related by marriage, blood, or adoption. Members of the family lived together, raise and bore children, and formed an economic unit. The family in the traditional setup is also defined as two or more people who are related by adoption or birth. However, contemporary definitions of a family are many and diverse. It may include people who live together or are in a committed relationship, people who have children or those who care for one another, those who share daily activities and close social and emotional ties. Contemporary definition of a family may also include nonrelatives who are accepted in the family due to the important care and services they provide. For that reason, many contemporary families have house helps who are considered part of the family, though they are not related by blood or marriage to the...
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