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Richard Little paper 2 - Richard Little Mrs. Boyer English...

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Mrs. Boyer English 160 11726 October 17, 2006 Household Bond The strongest bond within any community can be found within a household. The definition of community as stated by www.wordreference.com is, “A group of people having ethnic, cultural, or religious characteristics in common”. When relating this specific definition to a household family there is no stronger similarity to the statement made by the definition. A family community shares the most common characteristics to ethnicity, culture, and religion out of other known communities. A families bond relates all household members to such common and basic characteristics as to their ethnicity to their religious preferences. When compared to the definition, a family community can show specific examples that can exaggerate the fact that the household community is such a strong community in itself. Almost all families share their ethnic back ground. Also the basis of religion starts with the family one is born into. The culture one develops through life also
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This essay was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course ENG 160 taught by Professor Boyer during the Fall '06 term at Ill. Chicago.

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