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The family is widely considered as the most important institution because it is the first institution where young children are acculturated and where they learn their values and get a sense of belonging. The family is important because it is the basic unit of social structure and an important agent of socialization.Is the family still a source of social control?
The family unit, in all its modern wide variety of forms and its strong influence over our values and morals, still maintains an effective role as a means of social control through its physical and emotional proximity and its direct influence over our behaviour, especially in our earlier, most formative years.What is the importance of family as an institution?
Family is the basic and important social institution that has important role in influencing the individual as well as collective morality: Family nurtures and preserves cultural and social values. It is major source of emotional bonding, socialization and generate the sense of right and wrong.