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1. what is a one-parent family?

  • two parents bringing up one child.
  • where one parent lives with a child or children.
  • both parent have a shared role in bring up the child or children but in different homes.
  • where no family is around to support.
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2. what are different signs of cultures?

  • clothes, music, housing and money.
  • music, size of family, hygiene, lifestyle, foods, religion and clothing.
  • friends, family, love and food.
  • art and literature

3. what is an adoptive family?

  • short term placement of a child.
  • where parent/parents legally adopt a child/children.
  • permanent situation.
  • a large group of children looked after by social workers.

4. what is an (step) reconstituted family?

  • falling in love with someone else and leaving you partner.
  • splitting a family up.
  • when marriage occurs, one or both parents may bring chilren from a previous marriage or relationship.
  • when parents have a divorces.

5. what is marriage?

  • a family that live together happy.
  • living with the person you love and want to spend the rest of your life with.
  • marriage is a legally commitment between a man and woman who wish to live together in a permanent relationship.
  • short term arangement.


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