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+4 rate 1. a group of persons united by the ties of marriage, blood or adoption, constituting a single household and interacting with each other in their respective social positions of husband and wife, mother and father, son and daughter, brother and sister. The family group is often confused with the household because it constitutes a single household, but boarders and roomers sharing a common residence may be included in a household. The family is also sometimes confused with a kindred because of the unity of blood lines, but a kindred may be divided into several households. Frequently the family is not differentiated from the marriage pair, but the essence of the family group is the parent-child relationship, which may be absent from many marriage pairs. In its institutional aspects the family is also frequently confused with the institution of marriage, the complex of customs regulating the sexual relations between the cohabiting pair of adults within the family group. Marriage defines the procedures for establishing and terminating the husband-wife relation, as well as the reciprocal obligations and the accepted restrictions upon its personnel. A family, in the simplest terms, is the union of a man and a woman (almost always from different lineages and not related by blood) along with their offspring, usually living in a private and separate dwelling. This type of living arrangement, more specifically known as the nuclear family, is believed to be the oldest of the various types of families in existence. Sometimes the nuclear family is extended to include not only the parents and the unmarried children living at home but also children that have married, their spouses and their offspring; such an arrangement is called an extended family. a group of persons united by the ties of marriage, blood or adoption, constituting a single household and interacting with each other in their respective social positions of husband and wife, mother and father, son and daughter, brother and sister. The family group is often confused with the household, but boarders and roomers sharing a common residence may be included in a household. The family is also sometimes confused with a kindred because of the unit of blood lines, but a kindred may be divided into several households. Frequently the family is not differentiated from the marriage pair, but the essence of the family group is the parent-child relationship, which may be absent from many marriage pairs. In its institutional aspects the family is also frequently confused with the institution of marriage, the complex of customs regulating the sexual relations between the cohabiting pair of adults within the family group. Marriage defines the procedures for establishing and terminating the husband-wife relation, as well as the reciprocal obligations and the accepted restrictions upon its personnel. Additional reading Michael Anderson, Approaches to the History of the Western Family, 15001914 (1980), discusses the main approaches and includes a useful bibliography. Important historical collections of essays are Peter Laslett (ed.), Household and Family in Past Time (1972), based essentially on the demographic approach and Jack Goody, Joan Thirsk and E.P. Thompson, Family and Inheritance: Rural Society in Western Europe, 12001800 (1976), illustrating the household economics approach. Current research in the field is published in the Journal of Family History (quarterly). For discussions of family and kinship in ancient Greece, see S.C. Humphries, Anthropology and the Greeks (1978, reprinted 1983) and W.K. Lacey, The Family in Classical Greece (1968, reprinted 1984). On ancient Rome, see Beril Rawson (ed.), The Family in Ancient Rome: New Perspectives (1986) and Philippe Aris and George Duby, A History of Private Life: From Pagan Rome to Byzantium (1987; originally published in French, 1985), the first volume of a projected series that will provide coverage up to the second half of the 20th century. For the medieval period and after, see Jack Goody, The Development of the Family and Marriage in Europe (1983); Christiane Klapisch-Zuber, Women, Family and Ritual in Renaissance Italy, trans. from French (1985) and David Herlihy and Christiane Klapisch-Zuber, Tuscans and Their Families: A Study of the Florentine Catasto of 1427 (1985; originally published in French, 1978). The most detailed study of the family from 1500 is Lawrence Stone, The Family, Sex and Marriage in England, 15001800 (1977). Another general study, with emphasis on France, is Jean-Louis Flandrin, Families in Former Times: Kinship, Household and Sexuality (1979; originally published in French, 1976). Michael Anderson, Family Structure in Nineteenth Century Lancashire (1971), is a major case study. Sybil Wolfram, In-Laws and Outlaws: Kinship and Marriage in England (1987), examines more recent family history, especially from a legal point of view. For a philosophical treatment of the subject, see Emmanuel Todd, The Explanation of Ideology: Family Structures and Social Systems (1985; originally published in French, 1983).Essay collections on the modern family include Norman W. Bell and Ezra F. Vogel, A Modern Introduction to the Family, rev. ed (1968); Michael Anderson (ed.), Sociology of the Family, 2nd ed (1980); Rose Laub Coser, The Family, Its Structure & Functions, 2nd ed (1974); C.C. Harris et al., The Sociology of the Family (1979) and Robert M. Netting, Richard R. Wilk and Eric J. Arnould, Households: Comparative and Historical Studies of the Domestic Group (1984). The leading journals in the field are the Journal of Marriage and the Family (quarterly) and Family Relations (quarterly), the latter devoted almost exclusively to applied studies. A detailed introduction to the sociological study of the family is F. Ivan Nye and Felix M. Berardo, The Family: Its Structures and Interaction (1973), dealing extensively with the family cycle and marriage.
+1 rate 2. In pedology, a group of soils that have similar profiles and include one or more subdivisions called series. The primary characteristics that define each of the nearly 6,600 identified soil families are the physical and chemical properties; especially texture, mineral composition, temperature and depth; that are important for the growth of plants.
+1 rate 3. type family
+1 rate 4. agave family
+1 rate 5. Alcmaeonid family
+1 rate 6. Russell family
rate 7. Islam Another aspect of Islamic sociality is marriage and establishing families. Islam encourages its followers to get married and avoid celibacy; Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family) has said: "The person who marries gains half of his faith; then he must fear of Allah for the next remaining half."[41] In another saying, the Holy Prophet has said: "He who wishes to be clean and purified when he meets Allah should marry and have a spouse."[42] The Qur'an describes the union between man and woman: "And among His signs is that he created for you spouses from among yourselves that you may dwell in tranquility with them, and He has put love and mercy between your hearts. Verily, in that are signs for those who reflect". (30: 21) This verse establishes the three pillars of a successful marriage. First, it should provide emotional and social shelter ("dwell in tranquility") whereby the husband and the wife find stability and financial, spiritual, emotional, and social security. The second pillar of a successful marriage is the love between the spouses. Marriage which is not based on love is apt to fail at any time. And the third pillar is the mercy between the spouses which leads to mutual understanding, appreciation, respect, and care for each other.
rate 8. obsolete criminal fraternity
rate 9. B I O L O G I C A L G R O U P, abbreviation fam (n) (specialized) a large group of related types of animal or plant The lion is a member of the cat family.
rate 10. Since the family is the fundamental unit of Islamic society, all laws, regulations, and pertinent programs must tend to facilitate the formation of a family, and to safeguard its sanctity and the stability of family relations on the basis of the law and the ethics of Islam.
rate 11. enthomology and crop protection A subdivision of an order, containing a group of related genera. Family names always end in "idae", for example Meloidae.
rate 12. family sagas; Class of heroic prose narratives written in the 13th century about the great families who lived in Iceland from 930 to 1030. They represent the zenith of classical Icelandic saga writing and are far in advance of any contemporary medieval literature in their realism, controlled style, character delineation and overwhelming tragic dignity. Their artistic unity, length and complexity suggest that they were written by individual authors rather than composed orally. Justice, not courage, is often the primary virtue, as in the greatest of the family sagas, Njáls saga.
rate 13. Basic social unit consisting of persons united by ties of marriage (affinity), "blood" (consanguinity), or adoption and usually representing a single household. The essence of the family group is the parent-child relationship, whose outlines vary widely among cultures. One prominent familial form is the nuclear family, consisting of the marital pair living with their offspring in a separate dwelling. While some scholars believe this to be the oldest form, others point to the inconclusive prehistorical record and the widespread existence of other forms such as the polygynous family (a husband, two or more wives and their offspring) and the extended family (including at least parents, married children and their offspring). The family as an institution provides for the rearing and socialization of children, the care of the aged, sick, or disabled, the legitimation of procreation and the regulation of sexual conduct in addition to supplying basic physical, economic and emotional security for its members.
rate 14. amaranth family
rate 15. amaryllis family
rate 16. Amati family
rate 17. Andreini family
rate 18. arum family
rate 19. Ashikaga family
rate 20. Barrymore family
rate 21. Battenberg family
rate 22. Mountbatten family
rate 23. Béjart family
rate 24. Bellini family
rate 25. Belmont family
rate 26. Bernoulli family
rate 27. Borghese family
rate 28. Broglie family
rate 29. Campbell family
rate 30. Carracci family
rate 31. Carter Family
rate 32. composite family
rate 33. Condé family
rate 34. Conti family
rate 35. Czartoryski family
rate 36. Della Robbia family
rate 37. Devrient family
rate 38. Didot family
rate 39. dogbane family
rate 40. Drew family
rate 41. Elzevir family
rate 42. Elsevier family
rate 43. Este family
rate 44. Esterházy family
rate 45. family planning
rate 46. family practice
rate 47. family medicine
rate 48. Farnese family
rate 49. flax family
rate 50. Forbes family
rate 51. Fratellini family
rate 52. Fugger family
rate 53. Fujiwara family
rate 54. Galli Bibiena family
rate 55. gentian family
rate 56. Gobelin family
rate 57. Goddard family
rate 58. Golitsyn family
rate 59. heath family
rate 60. Herschel family
rate 61. Hojo family
rate 62. honeysuckle family
rate 63. horse chestnut family
rate 64. Howard family
rate 65. Hutchinson Family
rate 66. family sagas
rate 67. iris family
rate 68. Krupp family
rate 69. laurel family
rate 70. Leakey family
rate 71. lily family
rate 72. lobelia family
rate 73. Lupino family
rate 74. madder family
rate 75. mahogany family
rate 76. Al Maktum Maktum family
rate 77. mallow family
rate 78. Mancini family
rate 79. maple family
rate 80. Mayo family
rate 81. Medici family
rate 82. Menninger family
rate 83. milkweed family
rate 84. Monro family
rate 85. morning glory family
rate 86. Muhlenberg family
rate 87. mulberry family
rate 88. mustard family
rate 89. Al Nahyan Nahyan family
rate 90. nettle family
rate 91. Newhouse family
rate 92. nightshade family
rate 93. oleaster family
rate 94. passionflower family
rate 95. Phag mo gru family
rate 96. pink family
rate 97. poppy family
rate 98. Rákóczi family
rate 99. Rothschild family
rate 100. rue family
rate 101. citrus family
rate 102. Ruthven family
rate 103. Al Saud Saud family
rate 104. Al Sabah Sabah family
rate 105. Scribner family
rate 106. sedge family
rate 107. Sforza family
rate 108. Sitwell family
rate 109. snapdragon family
rate 110. Soga family
rate 111. Somoza family
rate 112. Soong family
rate 113. Straus family
rate 114. Studebaker family
rate 115. Al Thani Thani family
rate 116. Townsend family
rate 117. Trapp family
rate 118. Trubetskoy family
rate 119. Vivarini family
rate 120. Warburg family
rate 121. Del Banco family
rate 122. witch hazel family
rate 123. Wood family
rate 124. Ypsilanti family;
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