Although some cultural variance exists, the primary role of a family in society is to foster an environment where children learn skills, morals and values. Families provide initial socialization for children that shapes their self-worth, attitudes, values and behaviors. Families create structure and stability in the lives of family members.Know More
Children also learn about structure, rituals and routines in the family unit. Holiday traditions, family meals and weekend outings are among the traditions in which families often engage. A family also provides an environment of accountability, where family members learn about the rewards and consequences that come from following or disobeying formal and informal house rules.