Family Sociology is one of the main branches of the solid sociology tree. This branch of sociology emerged in the second half of the nineteenth century, following the changes that emerged in the European family. Throughout decades, the family’s socialism quickly managed to set its own theories and methods for investigating the social phenomenon of the family. Bringing and evolving and thus becoming one of the main branches of sociology.
Following the great events that took place in Europe between the 15th and 18th centuries, the foundations for the formation of a new society, called “industrial society” or “modern society”, became a platform for the its achievements, especially scientific achievements and its technological adversity affected all human societies in all parts of the world and created a new era in human history.
The family in the modern industrial society is very vulnerable, and this vulnerability has created concerns in the community and its scientific circles. On this basis, the sociology of the family, which seeks to observe structural transformations and identify the damage that has occurred in the family. It is based on:
- Family-related injuries in today’s society are directly related to their studies and research.
2- Then it tries to explain and analyze these injuries – scientifically.