Causes and Effects of Broken Family
Family is the basic unit of society. This is the most essential component of a country. Governance will only be effective if the citizens are properly oriented with good values and virtues, which is commonly taught by the family.
A home is where a family lives. It may be alternated to the word ‘house’ but a house is more appropriately referring to the material structure, whereas ‘home’ refers to the intangible things that bind together the family members. It is the immeasurable love and care that keeps together the mother, father and their children.
However, no matter how ideal a family in the terms of their relationship, there are still ...view middle of the document...
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What is broken family ?
Broken families meaning?
A broken family is one where the parents (mother and father) of a child or children have split up and no longer share a single family home as a family unit. This is also known as a broken home.
How does it feel to belong in a broken family? if you were to choose, do you want it to happen when youre just a kid(innocence saves you from the hurt) or when youre old and
Nearly one child in three is living without their father or mother.
In a bleak picture of disintegrating family life, researchers found that there are 3.8million such children, the great majority of them in single-parent families.
More than half rarely see their missing parent. They make up 30 per cent of the country’s children and their numbers are up by nearly a fifth over the past decade, according to a study by the Office for National Statistics published yesterday.
The figures were released alongside other statistics showing that the population is continuing to grow at record rates, that single people and cohabiting couples will significantly outnumber married people in 20 years, and that older mothers are increasingly likely to have babies outside marriage.
Ministers responded to the news of unchecked population growth – set to bring numbers in the country to 70million inside two decades – with fresh promises to cut immigration back to the levels of the 1990s.
But the disclosure of the rapidly rising numbers of broken families brought new pressure on the Coalition Government to shore up the institution of marriage.
Tuesday’s Budget contained no mention of the Tory election pledge to give tax breaks to married couples.
According to the ONS analysis of data from its monthly Labour Force Survey of 60,000 households, 3.8million children live with only one of their biological parents because they have a lone mother or their father or mother has left home.
There are 2.7million who live with a single mother and 200,000 with a lone father.
A further 500,000 are in cohabiting step-families, and 400,000 in married step-families.
Statement of the problem
The researchers want broken families to be prevented and to provide children/youth the chance to live a normal stress free life, explore and gain knowledge about the situations that should not be taken for granted and contribute to one of the problems of the country.
Unfortunately, the population today in the country is increasing because of premarital sex, which leads youth to marry early and work at a very young age to earn money. This kind of setting does not work out for most and just further increase the number of children affected by broken families. Those children will then seek love outside their home and repeat the same mistake and turns it into a cycle.
1. What are causes and effects of broken families?
2. How can broken families be prevented?
3. How are...