-Anushree Ojha, Subject Matter Expert at Edmarz
Solution : (i) Economic institutions, political institutions, and cultural changes all have an impact on family membership, housing patterns, and even the form of interaction between family members as a result of migrations. All aspects of the family, including its economic status, political condition, and cultural pattern, are subject to change.
(ii) In fact, no other social institution appears to be as widespread and stable as family.
(iii) Sociology and social anthropology have done field study across cultures for decades to demonstrate how the institutions of family, marriage, and kinship are significant in all communities, but their nature varies. They’ve also demonstrated how the family (the private sphere) is linked to the public spheres of economics, politics, culture, and education.
(v) The family, the household, its structure, and traditions are inextricably related to the west of society, as the unexpected results of German unification demonstrate.
(vi) In the 1990s, Germany experienced a fast decline in marriage as the new German state withdrew all of the protection and welfare systems that had been available to families previous to unification.
(vii) As their sense of uncertainty grew, many began to refuse to marry.
(viii) Families are thus prone to change and transformation as a result of macroeconomic processes, but the direction of change does not have to be consistent across countries and regions. Furthermore, change does not imply the entire abolition of previously established norms and structures. Continuity and change coexist.
(ix) Cultural changes such as language script, literature, music, dance, style, religion, and so on affect family membership, dwelling patterns, and even the manner in which family members interact. If the family members prefer more individualism. The traditional sort of discipline as well as the united form of the family are gradually disappearing from the family. Family income, occupation, duty hours, political changes in the country, and new progressive laws and acts all have an impact on the family pattern and even position. The person who relocates family members to another country.effects the total number of family members People who have moved out of the nation communicate with family members via phone, internet, or e-mail.