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Is There Still a Typical British Family ?

Summary: The traditional British family no longer exists, and there's no definition of a "typical" family. This essay includes a discussion of several family structures, including nuclear, extended, lone-parent, reconstituted and empty-nest. The roles of family members have changed.
Nowadays, there is no such thing as a typical British family. We have all heard of the nuclear or cereal packet family, which usually consists of an adult man, an adult woman and dependant children- usually a girl and boy, at the breakfast table, where the male is the ¡¥breadwinner¡¦. This is the typical British family.

There are many different types of families today. Theses are some of the commonly known ones:

fæ Nuclear family, as said before, consists of a man, a woman and their children, living together in the same household. It is the most typical family, where the man is the breadwinner. The cereal packet family is supposed to be the perfect nuclear family in which everyone wake up and sit together at the breakfast table together with their gleaming white teethed smiles.

fæ We have the extended family which consists of a nuclear family...

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