What is the future of the family in Canada

What is the future of the family in Canada - W What is the...

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What is the Future of the Family in Canada? W The Canadian family is at a point where it is being challenged. Serious changes have occurred in the family in recent decades, however, it has not harmed the family beyond repair. The children of the future are not doomed. In fact data shows that families are evolving, families are still the most important thing in people's lives, and data shows that the future may have the 'traditional' family come back. Families all over the world are evolving. Structural changes are happening everywhere, and maybe that tells us something: "For better or worse, the family we fondly remember doesn't exist today. It probably never existed at all." For example, three-quarters of absentee fathers in Japan don't pay child support. Furthermore, one third of all children in northern Europe are born to mothers that are not married. It could be time to accept the fact that "families, like everything else, evolve and change no matter how much resistance they face." Although families are at a point where they are changing, it is something the world
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This note was uploaded on 05/18/2010 for the course SOCIO 145 taught by Professor Lane during the Spring '09 term at UNC Asheville.

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