How far and in what ways are families in the modern industrial societies as important as they were in the past?

Mar

13

2016

It is believed that the importance of families have faded in the modern industrial societies due to modernisation, It is said that with modernisation individual and professional lives are considered more important. They said people who first were living traditionally now live liberally and open-mindedly. Despite all the changes in the norms, family is still one of the most important social institution. Living as a nuclear family or as an extended family, family has it’s own significance.

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