Using the information that you collected, summarize your findings and comparisons to the US
. A general outline
I. Chapter 2: How has family structure in your Italy changed compared to the US?
II. Chapter 6: What sex education to the citizens of Italy receive and how does it compare the the US?
III. Chapter 8: What are the predominant marriage practices and customs in italy and how does this
compare to the US?
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