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UNIVERSITATEA BUCUREȘTI, FACULTATEA DE SOCIOLOGIE ȘI ASISTENȚĂ SOCIALĂ

LIPSA COMUNICĂRII ÎN FAMILIE

Prof. coord.:
APOSTU Iulian

Student:
DRÎMBU Marina-Mădălina
Anul III, Sociologie, DEVC, Grupa 1

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LIPSA COMUNICĂRII ÎN FAMILIE

Familia, în forma ei tradițională, era privitî ca fiind celula de bază a societății. Odată cu trecerea timpului și cu modernizarea societății și implicit a instituției familiei, lucrurile nu mai stau chiar așa. Însă, familia, luând în prezent diverse forme, este în continuare un element important și de bază în cadrul societății. Prin urmare, familia poate fi privită din două unghiuri: familia tradițională, formată din cuplul căsătorit și copiii acestuia și familia modernă care poate consta într-un cuplu de sexe opuse sau de același sex care locuiesc împreună, nefiind neapărat căsătoriți. În oricare din formele sale, instituția familiei se subordonează unei instituții superioare, anume societatea, față de care îndeplinește anumite funcții. Cele mai importante funcții ale familiei sunt: funcția reproductivă, cea care asigură continuitatea familiei și perpetuarea speciei umane; funcția economică prin intermediul căreia membrii familiei reușesc să își asigure traiul. Lucrurile s-au schimbat mult în cadrul familiei moderne față de cea tradițională în cadrul căreia tatăl era capul familiei și cel care suporta în totalitate funcția economică. Astăzi, femeia asigură și ea în aceeași măsură traiul familiei. O a treia funcție foarte importantă a familiei este funcția de socializare primară. Socializarea primară se referă la primii ani de viață ai nou-născutului, perioadă în care sunt învățate limba maternă, sunt dobândite valorile, gusturile, modelele comportamentale. De câțiva ani, s-a dezvoltat și s-a răspândit din ce în ce mai…...

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