In this set up, the most common factor are common interests and the opinions of the parties regarding the subject of marriage and procreation. In other meanings, the opinions can be referred to as the attitude of the parties involved in the constitution of the family unit with regards to formation of the basic community social institution of family.
From the onset, no one can measure the attitude of the opposite sexes in the setting up of the family institute. This implies that the husband and wife that form a family unit, both have different opinions that lead to them uniting together to form the social institution. Subsequently the urge and need to form a family will vary significantly from person to another. Before committing to this kind of life, there are various considerations that individuals take that directly link to their opinion on attitude. In this paper, the various considerations of opinion that are directly linked to the attitude of different sexes are determined.
The implication of this statement is that before the formalization of the institution of marriage in the society today, the reasons and opinions of the male members of the family do vary significantly with the intentions of the female members of the institutions.
To understand the attitude of the different parties in the family set up, it is important to investigate the motivation that leads the young into marriage or the impediments of the same. Several studies have suggested different motivating or impeding factors like the level of debt owed to the educational and financial institutions. One such study is (Bozick and Estacion 2014), in which the decision to go into a marriage right after schooling by young adults is reviewed. In this study, the basic concerns that are set as impediments are the level of indebtedness of the individual by the education loans and the level of credit debt from credit facilitators. The study tries to find any correlation between the subject of debt