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  • FAMILY CONVERSATION CLASS TEACHER: BRUNA GROUP: DANILLO JOÃO MARCELO NITYA SANDERLY THAÍS
  • MEANING
    • In human context, a family (from Latin: familia ) is a group of people affiliated by consanguinity, affinity, or co-residence. In most societies it is the principal institution for the socialization of children. Extended from the human "family unit" by biological-cultural affinity, marriage, economy, culture, tradition, honour, and friendship are concepts of family that are physical and metaphorical, or that grow increasingly inclusive extending to community, village, city, region, nationhood, global village and humanism. A family group consisting of a father, mother and their children is called a nuclear family.
  • Families from:
    • Africa
    • United States of America
    • Brazil
    • India
    • Israel
    • Japan
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  • AFRICAN FAMILY
    • Traditions
    • Conceptions of the role of women
    • Polygamy
    • Religion
  • No institution could be considered more important to Africans than the family. Men consider that they must have children, in order to ensure continuity with the ancestors. In traditional thought, this meant that marrying a second wife might become necessary in order to ensure the birth of children, particularly if the first wife proved to be barren.
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    • Holidays
    • American families like to celebrate the holidays together.
    • They eat their meals with all members at the table, especially at dinnertime.
    • Family Meal
    Traditions
    • The Recipe Box
    • The families have a box called “The Recipe Box’’, in this box, have favorites recipes.
    Traditions
    • Consequences the abuse of drugs in the families:
    • Parenting practices and attitudes and beliefs about drug use
    • Family stress, conflict, and divorce
    • Family violence
    • Negative child and adolescent behaviors (suicide, violence, and psychiatric disorders).
    Families Problems
    • Consequences the effects of divorce in the families:
    • Children whose parents have divorced are increasingly the victims of abuse.
    • Children of divorced parents perform more poorly in reading, spelling, and math.
    • Families with children that were not poor before the divorce see their income drop as much as 50 %.
    Families Problems
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  • BRAZILIAN FAMILY
    • Traditions
    • Religion
    • Family Environment
    • Behavior
  • Brazil faces many challenges in the age of globalization. Old problems have gained new dimensions, and many new ones have been added to compound an already complex situation. Among these difficulties, the crises of the welfare state and its repercussions on social and family life, such as the institutionalization of individual and group necessities, deserve further attention.
  • Divorce
    • Although the divorce will cause psychological reactions in children, living in an unhappy home environment, where parents treat each other with hostility is far more damaging to the physical and mental health of children.
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  • Indian Family
    • 846 million/ 152 million households
    • In India, family is not only husband, wife and children.
    • Distant relatives are part of the family.
    • The mother-in-law is the one who coordinates the family.
    • The population is divided into castes
    • The bride is chosen by the groom's family (mother-in-law).
    • The bride's family have to pay a dowry to the groom
    • The husband gives the freedom to woman (divorce)
    • Wives when they become pregnant, the baby has to be a man, if she has more than one daughter, the next pregnancy will be interrupted, even if the wife doesn't want.
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  • Cases Inhuman
    • Spontaneous abortion is common in India
    • Family forces his wife to abort if she is pregnant with a girl
    • Women are very violent
    • A whole family was sentenced to death for killing a 18 years old, her lover, and his brother
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  • Israel Family What is the origin of the jewish family?
    • Genesis 2:18 says: And the Lord God said: It is not good that man should be alone: I will make a helper to stay with him.
  • Why did God create the structure of the family?
    • Genesis 2:24 says: Therefore shall a man leave his father and mother and shall cleave to his wife and the two shall become one flesh.
  • The roles of men and women in the family.
    • The four responsibilities of father to son:
    • Genesis 17:10 says: This is my covenant which you shall keep between me and you and thy seed after thee, that every male be circumcised, the son of eight days shall be circumcised.
  • The Children
    • Psalm 128:3 says: Your wife will be like a fruitful vine by the sides of thine house and thy children like olive plants round about thy table.
  • The Sons
    • Ephesians 6:1,2,3 says: Children, obey your parents, because this is the right. Honor thy father and thy mother, which is the first commandment with promise: that you may prosper and live long on the land.
  • The Daughters
    • Proverbs 14:1 says: The wise woman builds her house, but the fool down with her hands.
  • Principles of behavior
    • Deuteronomy 6:6,7 says: And these words which I command you today shall be in thine heart, and mesmerized to your children, and shalt speak of them sit in your house, and walking on the couches, and you lie down and rise up.
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  • Japanese Family
    • Traditions (name, arranged marriage (no love), marriage portion, women, great birth control , incest and etc.)
    • Divorce
    • Jobs (advanced technologies )
    • Religion (Shinto and Buddhism and etc.)
  • Family Structure
    • Today in Japan, the couple can have as many children they want. Then, the cost of living in Japan is very expensive, and they avoid more children. Currently in Japan, the couple who do not have conditions to sustain the family (demonstrated to the national income), government help them until the child has completed 7 years old. And to the second son, depending on the couple conditions life that they will have more extensive help from the government.
  • Any Doubts?
  • Thanks for participated!!!
    • God blesses you and your family!