family values

plural noun
the moral and ethical principles traditionally upheld and transmitted within a family, as honesty, loyalty, industry, and faith.
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And wildly varying family values make it difficult to spell out universal
  rights.
They have skilfully courted immigrant voters partly by appealing to family
  values.
But when it comes to values-especially family values-the gap is wide.
He preaches the virtues of personal responsibility and family values, and
  practises them too.
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