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  • 1. Sociology AS LevelTheoretical Views of the Family - The New RightThe New Right’s position is based on moral values, that is, on ideas on howpeople should behave. Below is a list of how changes in family life of which theNew Right disapprove. For each state what the New Right would argue peopleshould do (use the word ‘should’ in your answers). The first one is done for youas an example: Abortion – women who get pregnant should have the baby and take responsibility for raising it. Illegitimate births – Cohabitation – Divorce – Lone-parent families – Mothers working full time -

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