Hoose three different social science perspectives to look at the following question: a?Discuss the changing nature of the family in the UKa

choose three different social science disciplines

You should answer this question FOCUSSING ON ONE ASPECT of the changing nature of the family, and using an interdisciplinary approach (i.e. drawing on three social science disciplines of your choice).

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