1900的合作形式为农场主和农民提供了有限的反垄断豁免，以便他们可以联合起来，合作营销以获取未来的利益。提供的另一项特权是合作贷款，从而加强合作运动。The concept of personhood is significant as the same help in protection of the rights and institutionalization of human beings. 它也加强了宪法的前提。它认为，企业没有人，包括那些特权授予或允许他们通过法律规定（卡罗尔& Buchholtz，2006）。通过允许法人对公司的地位，《宪法》和其他法律条款为公司利益提供了与人类类似的利益。
Extended family can be defined as a family which consists of cousins, uncles, aunts, and grandparents all living in the same household or nearby. The extended family has been a part of SA culture from a long time. The SA communities are traditionally extended, however economic underdevelopment, political factors, housing problems, and urbanization, and poverty highly impacted the urban families lead to nuclear families (Andersen & Taylor, 2007). The SA culture is incorporated with extended family largely mainly because of their belief in staying united. These people within extended family considered the concept of extended family more stable than the nuclear families.
There is a huge difference in between the extended family and the US version of SA, as US version of SA is about nuclear families, where the son after marrying or having a stable job leaves the house of parents and lives independently. With time there has been considerable decrease in the extended family system mainly because of the decrease in support resources. Decline in the traditional values, customs, and institutions, rising divorce rates, urbanization, poor housing, and poverty are some other reasons which lead the SA towards US culture and decline of extended families.
The cooperation form in 1900 was provided with limited antitrust immunity for ranchers and farmers so that they can join together and cooperate marketing for future benefits. Another privilege provided was cooperative loans which lead to the strengthening of cooperative movement. The concept of personhood is significant as the same help in protection of the rights and institutionalization of human beings. It also strengthens the premise of Constitution. It perceives that corporations are not persons and are inclusive of only those privileges which are granted or permitted to them by legal provisions (Carroll & Buchholtz, 2006). Through permitting the status of legal persons to the corporations, the Constitution and other legal provisions serve corporate interests similar to that of humans.