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Cultural SensitivityPlay
The concept of who counts as 'kin' can vary widely across different cultures, including extended family or clan members. SlideIn many cultures, 'kin' means all the members of the extended family, not just parents and siblings.
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Formal UsePlay
When referring to relatives, 'kin' often appears in more formal or legal contexts compared to 'family'. SlideThe will stated that the property was to be divided amongst his next of kin.
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Emotional DistancePlay
Using 'kin' instead of 'family' can imply a certain distance or formality in the relationship. SlideShe rarely sees her kin as they live abroad.