Running head: SOCIAL ASPECTS IN INDIVIDUAL FAMILIES AND STUDENTS1Social Aspects in Individual Families and StudentsStudent NameInstitution Name
SOCIAL ASPECTS IN INDIVIDUAL FAMILIES AND STUDENTS2Social Aspects in Individual Families and StudentsThe Effect of Social Forces to Individual FamiliesSocial forces are elements of society that are capable of causing influences or cultural changes. Basically, some examples of social forces include changes in the economy, law, religion, and educational systems (Devine, 2010). In many instances, these forces happen to affect individual families in many ways. Particularly, they intervene in the creation of a family and assist in shaping the mode through which they could cooperate in a modern society. Basically, these forces keep on diversifying family forms which integrate to create an extensive range of kinship ties. To begin with, the transformation of the economy bears a significant change in the living standards as compared to the previous years. For instance, parent and child relationships have been affected since most old people live alone other than the previous years where they mostly dwelled with children. Similarly, the spread of social security regulate the younger generations from economically supporting the older people. Again, changes in the living standards may create a class of individuals who may disintegrate from social interdependence with the poor.