The topic of what establishes a family is a prime territory of discussion in family humanism, just as in governmental issues and religion. Social moderates will in general characterize the family as far as structure with every relative filling a specific job
Both marriage and family make status jobs that are authorized by society.
So what is a family? A spouse, a wife, and two kids—perhaps a pet—filled in as the model for the conventional Canadian family for the majority of the twentieth century. However, shouldn't something be said about families that go amiss from this model, for example, a solitary parent family or a gay couple without kids? Would it be advisable for them to be viewed as families too?