nuclear family

  1. a family consisting of parents and their children and grandparents of a marital partner
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  • This approach therefore cannot be used for genome mapping in many other situations where no nuclear family records are available or for other undomesticated species, such as wildlife and forest trees.
  • On the other is the wonky liberal/progressive view, claiming that the fabric of society is merely in flux, is being constantly re-woven, was too stuck in an impossible nuclear family pattern anyway and is now ready to be ripped up and made into a nice summer scarf good for tying your lover to the bedpost and spanking her firmly with the Polyamorist's Guide to Anal Sex and Also Quiltmaking... Mark Morford: May You Now Live in Sin Forevermore
  • The maintaining of the male ego in perfect condition remains an essential activity of the nuclear family.
  • Here, again, Scotland is an ideal pioneering venue because DNA is best suited to broad-brush research, what might perhaps be termed macro-genealogy, and the Scottish clan system is more suited to that than any nuclear family.
  • The nuclear family paradigm is well overdue for an overhaul.
  • The modern nuclear family is a vulnerable and fragile institution.
  • For the first time in classical antiquity the nuclear family had assumed a central role in the politics of state.
  • Not everybody nowadays lives in the conventional nuclear family.
  • Marriage and the nuclear family have become the most common relationships in the middle economic strata.
  • Cohabitation was still frowned upon, illegitimate births a stigma and the nuclear family the accepted way of doing things.
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