In the George Orwell’s book named 1984, the family unit in Oceania has shown to play a crucial role as a part of the complete society. Instead of being a household of comfort and affection, these families have been depicted as broken. The government of Oceania which is also known as Party has the power to control each and every aspect of the families. There is a cycle of breaking down of the family with these non-existent families and as the time passes it builds up a stronger party, until the time comes when there is a force which is strong enough to oppose it to the end. In order to prevent the totalitarian form of government rising, the families which lead to corruption in the society have to be avoided for the development of the whole community.