Hispanic Families And Their Influence On Family

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I chose to look at the Hispanic culture. Hispanic families put the utmost importance on family. This means they support each other in any way they can financially, emotionally, and socially. Hispanic families tend to be very close and care more about the whole then the individual; older siblings will often take care of the younger ones. In Hispanic families, the males tend to take on the role of authority with the eldest in charge. Women in Hispanic families gravitate towards being the caretaker's; wife and mother. However, that job is changing into a working mother roll. In these families’ parents are inclined take a lot of pride in their kids. The parents want their children to get a good education but do not often contribute to the child's

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