BLOG 3: FAMILY DYNAMICS CHANGING IN 21ST CENTURY
Posted Nov 15, 2017 at 12:01 AM
This is the third in a series about 21st century families.
Q: What are the changes in 21st century families?
A: The information in this article is from the New York Times. The Times article is titled “The Changing American Family.” Researchers who study the evolution of the family are astonished at how fast the family has changed, often surpassing the predictions of these same researchers.
Andrew J. Cherlin, professor of public policy at Johns Hopkins University, states we now have complex families on a scale never seen before. However, Cherlin believes society and families still are undergoing changes and will continue to experience rapid changes. (…)
READ MORE ABOUT THIS INTERESTING ARTICLE THAT SHOWS A RESEARCH ABOUT THE CHANGES IN THE FAMILIES IN THE US SOCIETY . CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW:
THEN, ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:
1 Do you think society has changed in the way it views the family or whether it considers strong family ties important? Explain your answer. 2 Do you think only children have different personalities than kids with siblings? Give an example. 3 Would you like for stay-at-home dads to become more common in the future? Why? Or Why not?
WRITE YOUR COMMENTS AND PARTICIPATE!