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and even non-blood relatives. Some of the values that stand out in this culture is the financial support they share with each other. It is common that grandparents live with their children for some time, whether they have a family of their own or not. They typically share the financial responsibility of the parents. Another value that stands out within the Hispanic culture is decisionmaking, with a tight Hispanic culture usually one discusses a big decision with the family. “Decisions are not to be made by the individual without consulting the family” (-families/). RELATIONSHIP ROLESLatino families roles are often based on age and gender. Typically it goes grandparents, child, grandchildren (-and-families/) . The oldest man typically will hold the “most power,” the men of the family are expected to provide and the women typically are expected to be submissive. (-families/).-identity-networking