Nontraditional families : a guide for parents Public Deposited

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  • A family traditionally has been defined as a married couple with their own children, all sharing a common dwelling and dividing work by gender. For example, the woman takes care of the children inside the home and the man works outside the home. Few of today’s American families fit this definition. In fact, according to the 1990 Census, only 16 percent of all American families comprised the so-called typical American family, that is, a married couple who are the biological parents of two children, where the father works outside the home and the mother is a homemaker. Families, like the people in them, are diverse!
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