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The nuclear family in Mexico: connotations about its modernity

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This seminar will present the evolution of the emergence of the nuclear family in Mexico since the spanish conquest in the XVI century until nowadays. This will be made taking three analytical dimensions: the structure, the nucleus internal relationships and the kinship relationships and their evolution through time. In the XX century we will focus on the particular connotations of modernity assumed by different types of the nucleus internal relationships

This talk is part of the Centre for Family Research Seminar Series series.

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