Social Institutions: Continuity And Change

Social Institutions: Continuity And Change

Question

What is a nuclear family?

Answer

In common parlence, a nuclear family is a small family in which generally a couple lives with their minor or unmarried children. Lowie, a renowned sociologist says—“A nuclear family is a unit of husband-wife and immature children, which is separate from the rest of the community."

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