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CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION
I. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Marriage is more than just a happy ending of a successful courtship; it is an end of a romance and is a beginning of a sterner task. (Encyclopaedia Britannica 1963) This is where a family begins to become alive. A family is the basic unit of the society. It is the most important component of a country because it is an essential factor of a man’s well – being; everything about a man: his background, attitude, his achievements, his honor and dignity; all of these relies on the structure of the family he lives with. Today, as we speak of a family, it could mean only two things: complete or broken. No matter how ideal a family is in terms of their relationship, there are still hardships and misunderstandings but sometimes, families give up leaving a family broken. Philippines; a Church – Devoted country, is now partially influenced by the western culture regarding the formality, legality, and holiness of marriage. The dissolution of marriage is now accepted and practiced in the society; however, it may be possible to make a marriage void but it is not an easy process because it entails damages to the couple and conflicts to the children. This is why we chose this problem, it is for the purpose that we may be able to know what causes a Filipino family to be broken and its effect to the children involved. It is very important for us to study this because mostly if not all of the BSA – 1B students are members of a broken family. As classmates and...

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