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Argentina Family Structure

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Reyna Duran

on 29 October 2012

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By: Reyna Duran Family Structure of Argentina Types of Families Is the typical Argentine family structure the same throughout the country? Mother
Responsible for taking care of the children.
Perform more household activities than men.
Known as providers and decision-makers.
Often occupied with work, even in the evening.
Responsible for attending school. The typical Argentinian family life differs according to many factors, such as region, ethnic background, and income. Marriage Marriage is freely decided by men and women.
Only minors (younger than age 18) need parental consent to marry.
Argentina is one of the countries with the largest number of consensual unions.
The government only recognizes civil marriage.
The Catholic Church is very influential in Argentina and has strongly opposed divorce. Family Roles: Do different cultures in Argentina have different family structures? Differences between American and Argentine Families Nuclear- one or two parents and their children, live apart from their relatives.
Extended- relatives in addition to parents and children who live in the same house. Yes, because it has the intermixing of European and Latin cultures. Family is put at the top of the Argentine culture.
There are more nuclear families in Argentina.
Greetings are not always the same.
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