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how do you think that the nuclear health care organization-whether hospital or something other than the hospital will be organized ten years from now?
The nuclear family or elementary family is a term used to define a family group consisting of a pair of adults and their children. For a group to be called a nuclear family there must at some time be a father, mother and at least one child. [ [ This type of family structure is found in almost all societies, although the length of time in which the family remains in this form varies even within
the same society. The nuclear family was most popular in the 1950s and 60s. The nuclear family can be a nurturing environment in which to raise children as long as there is love, time spent with children, emotional support, low stress, and a stable economic environment. In nuclear families, both adults are the biological or adoptive parents of their children. The nuclear family consists of a married couple and their children. The nuclear family is ego-centred, and impermanent, while descent groups are permanent (lasting beyond the life-spans of individual constituents) and reckoned according to a single ancestor. One's family of orientation is the family in which one is born and grows up, while one's family of procreation is formed when one marries and has children. Claims made for the universality of the nuclear family, based upon the universality of marriage, do not hold up- the nuclear family is widespread, but not universal. In societies where the nuclear family is important, this structure acts as a primary arena for sexual, reproductive, economic, and acculturative functions, but it is not the only structure used by societies for these. ] ]
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