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Compare and contrast traditional (1950s) western families with modern (2008) western families on goa

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Compare and contrast traditional (1950s) western families with modern (2008) westernfamilies on goals for socialization and methods of socialization.Throughout history families have been changing in the way they function. Many of thesechanges are related to changes in technology, economics, and political ideology.The first change is related to reproduction. The introduction of birth control and reproductiveassistance have been affecting the family size. Economics has also been affecting this becausepeople now tend to wait longer to achieve economic stability and start having children.Socialization and education have changed as well. During the 19thcentury children wereeducated at home and they were usually taught skills to work with their family. Modern schoolsteach children outside of the home and they learn about reading and writing rather than skills tobe productive in the family business.Time also affected the different roles within a family. In traditional family women wereresponsible for caring for the children and managing the house, men were responsible for
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