Advantages And Disadvantages Of Family

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Families, a basic unit of social structure, how a society defines family as a primary group, and the functions it asks families to perform, are by no means constant. There have been more nuclear families in the Nandgaon village which consists only of parents and children. In Nandgaon village about 62% are nuclear, conjugal family 3% and joint families are 35%.

Types of family

 Nuclear families:
After the earthquake people of the village went to different places for search of shelter, food and job’s. Very few of them came back; in some of the families there young male members went for search of jobs in Pune, Mumbai, Aurangabad and to nearby cities. They settled it the cities and comes in year to visit their parents’. Thus there was more number of nuclear families. Families consist of parents and their unmarried children’s, they usually dependent on the daily wages or the income they get from the farms. Both male and female member of the family goes for work, sometimes even children’s also have to help them in the agricultural activities or in homemaking activities. Even we see in the class and caste base the lower class and caste live in nuclear families, it is because of their lower income and lack of unity among the members of the same kin’s.

 Conjugal family:
Their family consists of grandparents, parents and children’s. These kinds of families are more, even though they consider them as nuclear family. Male members
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