By Rita Liljestrom
What are the longer term clients of the trendy family members? for a very long time the typical picture within the West has been to work out the extended family, together with economically self sustaining spouses and their childrens, because the traditional final result of the modernization technique. because the hierarchies of patriarchal society vanish, a social order in keeping with equivalent and self sustaining contributors ready for self-realisation has been assumed. besides the fact that, excessive charges of divorce, frequently said family violence, youngsters left on their lonesome at an early age, don't harmonize rather well with this idealized photograph. severe research of kin order in international locations on the contrary edges of the ecu continent - Turkey and Sweden - methods those difficulties and makes an attempt to create a extra real looking photograph of relatives lifestyles within the smooth international.
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Yet, though important, religion is a part of the more encompassing culture and needs to be understood in those terms. , also create religion. Thus, religion may not be the major explanatory variable. For example, the traditional Turkish family is more similar to the traditional Greek family (with different religions) than to the traditional Indonesian family (with the same religion). As one moves away from the modern urban centres into rural areas in both Greece and Turkey, the family becomes more patriarchal, whereas in Indonesia as one moves away from the city centres, the family becomes less patriarchal.
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