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Copy of The Pro's & Con's of Nuclear vs. Extended Family

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The Pro's & Con's of Nuclear vs. Extended Family
What is a Nuclear Family?
A politically correct nuclear family is defined as a social unit composed of two parents and one or more child
So What's an Extended FamilY?
A politically correct extended family is defined as a kinship group consisting of a family nucleus and various relatives living in one household that functions as a larger unit
dual incomes, if both parents work then the family is financially stable and can provide the basic family needs (housing, health care, food, etc)
has higher
in raising children, with agreeing on discipline and modeling appropriate behavior parents act as a team to strengthen and reinforce their children (which can be difficult in an extended family)
daily routine
stronger bonds as they work together and rely on each other
more stable

With two parent households, children see what loving and caring relationships are to look like most of the time. This will translate into future success by teaching the children how to seek out positive relationships and interact well with others
can isolate people from relatives and other relationships
grandparents, aunts/uncles don't have a place in the family, or as big of a role
mothers tend to become burnt out because of all the responsibility placed on her
always someone to talk to or call in an emergency
always someone to offer help
when holidays come around there isn't as much travel
near all of your family all the time
provides feelings of love, protection, and support
plenty of role models
poverty rates are less (11.5% for extended and 14.6% for nuclear)
When living with many different family members leadership skills are learned quickly from the many role models provided and social skills are adapted quicker than nuclear families
(In many cultures, and particularly indigenous societies, the extended family unit rather than the nuclear family unit is the most common basic form of social organization) (In just 2 years *07-09* extended families jumped from 46.5 million to 51.4 million)

Even though there is less conflict and stress assimilated with nuclear families, conflict and stress is apart of life. Learning how to deal with these qualities of life are extremely beneficial for school, work and the community.
can be overwhelming
you can't pick family
no privacy
increased cost of basic living materials
if there are fall outs in the family that can be awkward
Works Cited
Vogt, D. "Difference between the Nuclear Family and the Extended Family." Sciences 360. N.p., 14 Oct. 2010. Web. 20 Oct. 2014.
Blessing, Michelle. "Pros and Cons of the Nuclear Family." LoveToKnow. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Oct. 2014.
John, Ian. "What Are The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Extended Family Relationships?" - Blurtit. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Oct. 2014.
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