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2019 | 35(35) | 111-123
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Functions of the Contemporary Family in the Aspect of Developing a Security Culture

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The family is the target of interest for many scientific fields. The family is often defined as the basic social cell, irreplaceable and a fundamental element of every society. The purpose of this article is to attempt to place a family in three dimensions, in the aspect of three security pillars, as a security entity that is responsible for shaping and modelling a security culture. The aim of this article is to try to establish a family position in three dimensions, in the three pillars of security, as a security entity responsible for shaping and modelling a security culture. A culture of security is a continuous process in which the family as an entity acts in many fields and in many ways. This process is aimed at shaping the desired social attitudes, behaviors, norms and values and developing personality under the influence of many factors, events, experiences and beliefs. The article tries to confirm the thesis that the family is the foundation on which society is built and should be under special protection, with its security unconditionally belonging to the mainstream activities in every sphere of human life.
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