According to the above statement, I'll try to discuss about the marriage and birth rate become lower and lower; the reproduction technology impact the modern families; the different points of view for the commitment between different people to the family; what reason that the increasing the no. of single people. Changes in the social institution of family are reflected by major changes in society such as urbanization, industrialization, increased access to secondary and tertiary education
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