Social and cultural factors affecting changing roles in Egyptian families.

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Ain-Shams University

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The aim of the current research is to reveal the impact of social and cultural factors on changing roles within the family. The roles within the Egyptian family have changed from their previous era, due to the economic pressures on the Egyptian family, which called for one of the parents to go to work or both and to rely on the children in family participation without discrimination Between males and females, the social change also caused a change in roles and the Egyptian family moved to a new type or form of the family structure, which is the form of the nuclear or small family, which has become self-reliant in meeting the needs without the interference of the large family in the decisions that belong to the family, also at the level of cultural beliefs about family participation. The average economic level of the residents of Al-Zohour neighborhood in Port Said governorate consists of (260) families in the age range of (45:20) years. The researchers used the descriptive approach and a questionnaire prepared by the researchers was applied to the study sample. The study showed the presence of A significant correlation between social factors and changing roles within the Egyptian family, which is a direct correlation relationship, and there is a significant correlation between economic factors and changing roles within the Egyptian family, which is a direct correlation, and there is a significant correlation between cultural factors and changing roles within the Egyptian family, which is a direct correlation,

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