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Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
Society and Culture: Family Planning
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Society and Culture: Family Planning

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  • 1. Reported by: Janrabe-ber Unica B. Charlene G. Christine M.
  • 2. Today, we should be able to…
  • 3. 1 • Childbearing function 2 • Regulation of sexual behaviour 3 • Identification of social status
  • 4. 4 5 6 • Mechanism for social control • Child-rearing function • Educational function
  • 5. 7 8 9 • Socialization function • Religious function • Political function
  • 6. bilineal matrilineal patrilineal
  • 7. Patril ocal Matril Ocal NeOlocal Biloc al
  • 8. lY andr y 4. Pol y gy 2. 1. 3. Po MO NO gam y PO LY gamy
  • 9. Importan ce of family
  • 10. The strong or weak mental and physical faculties of the child inherited from the
  • 11. In the family, the child learns the meaning of social responsibility and the necessity for
  • 12. The family is a transmitter
  • 13. The family serves as a model for the establishment
  • 14. WUIOPMX The end FHKLVBN Unica Balneg | Charlene Gabito | Christine ManOngsong Social Science ACT112

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