Family patterns express the diversity in family structures where cultural, organizational, class, and daily life values dominate. Variations in family experience in the daily life cycle cause changes and differences in the organizations seen in traditional family patterns. In this respect, it is a matter of unraveling the questions about how the family should be, with the effect of the transformation of traditional patterns that dominate a single direction in the society within the family structure. For this reason, the study aims to analyze the changes and differences in family patterns. In the study, TÜİK statistics and T.C. Content analysis was performed by scanning the publications of the Ministry of Family, Labor and Social Services on the subject and using the document review technique. The findings of the study are shaped by the themes classified as "single parent families" and families based on the experience of "remarriage" beyond the classifications divided into classical traditional family and nuclear family, especially in today's societies. As a result, it is important to reveal how and how these changes and differences that manifest themselves in the classical symbolic indicators in family patterns, in terms of understanding the reasons for the breaks in family structure.
Keywords: Family patterns, single parent families, remarriage