Diagnotic Essay (1)

Diagnotic Essay (1) - Katie Cho WRIT 140; 9am session...

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Katie Cho WRIT 140; 9am session Diagnostic Essay A family entails the government of two adults or guardians that watch over the general workings of a household. It is not necessary that children be raised through biological conception but rather as a unit that functions together as one-with support, reliance, and care. Defining the word family can be of a social conflict that may arise several topics of debate. It is not necessary, however, to argue certain functions of a family and determinates of its extent. Some may argue that a family consists of those close to your heart, whether or not you are blood relatives or not (including close friends) while others may argue that a family only consists of those related to you directly by blood (nuclear and extended family). Nonetheless, it is necessary to argue that the underlying functions of a family are the existence of authority from an elder (parent(s)/guardian(s)) for the stability in managing household necessities and the sharing of emotions and communication amongst one another for consistency in support
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2008 for the course WRIT 140 taught by Professor Alvandi during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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Diagnotic Essay (1) - Katie Cho WRIT 140; 9am session...

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