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Struggles within the Younger family in the play A Raisin in the Sun - Struggles within the Younger family in the play A Raisin in the Sun A Raisin In The Sun Rolling in the Dust “Oh- so now it’s life. Money is life. Once upon a time freedom used to be life- now it’s money. I guess the world really do change…” (74). This quote reveals the economic struggles within the Younger family in the play A Raisin in the Sun. Throughout the play, Mama’s views are at odds with Walter’s views. For Walter, who feels enslaved in his job and life, money is the truest freedom. To him, money seems to be the answer to everything....   [tags: English Literature] 1183 words
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Success of a Family: Aspirations & Motives of the Younger Family in Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun - Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun revolves around a short but difficult period in the lives of the Younger family. Each family member has dreams of a higher quality of life; free from the pressures of poverty and the literal confines of an outgrown and decrepit apartment. Ultimately, the ambitions of each Younger are inspired by dreams of a better life for the family as a whole. Though each Younger approaches this goal differently, they each desire to rise above their current position in the “rat trap” of society into a better, more respectable, life (964)....   [tags: Theatre]
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A Raisin in the Sun: Money is Only an Object - Does money control today's society. The Younger family is an African American family in Chicago in the 1950s. The family lives in a small and ratty one window apartment. They are an “average” family who receives the proceeds from a $10,000 life insurance policy from the death of Walter Lee Sr. Everyone in the family has their own idea of what they want to do with the money, if it was up to one of them. The author's story setting is in the apartment surrounded by various conflicts, conversations and actions of the characters....   [tags: money, younger family, poverty, hansberry]
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Importance of Family - Family is an important moral thing in the life. It’s the place where every achievement starts. The presence of the family is necessary for the development of civilizations too (Scholasticus, 2011). However, there are two important formation of families, one of then is a nuclear family, which defines as “a couple and their dependent children, regarded as a basic social unit.” Another one is an extended family, which is “a family which extends beyond the nuclear family to include grandparents and other relatives” (Oxford Dictionaries, 2014)....   [tags: Immediate Family, Nuclear Family, Morals]
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Significant of the Medici Family in Italy - ... Lorenzo’s great-great-grandson Cosimo (1519-1574) became duke of Florence in 1537 and his descendants would rule as grand dukes into the 1700s. The Medici family were beneficial to the renaissance because they helped established Florence as a significant city in Europe, they were patrons of arts and culture, they produced 4 popes in an era where religion was very important. The Medici’s families contribution towards the renaissances was mainly based on how they helped established Florence as a significant city in Europe....   [tags: powerful family, renaissance era] 815 words
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The Modern Family - The Modern Family In September 2009, America was introduced to Modern Family, a mockumentary that centers around three families (“Modern Family”). Like most sitcoms, Modern Family is a show that defines our current era, in particular, the families of our era. Generally, television aims to please their viewers by airing shows that closely reflect their viewers’ lives. As family values change, so does the content of television (Manousos). For example, the American family is glorified in the 1950s show Leave it to Beaver....   [tags: unmarried gay couple, addams family]
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History of the Lange Family - The history of the Lange family spans back almost over 100 years ago with the birth of Grandfather Clark Lange in 1917 who then married Catherine Phelan (b: 1922) in November of 1946, which then began the Lange family lineage. Catherine and Clark gave birth to Walter (b: 1947), Anne (b: 1949), Paul (b: 1951), Mary (b: 1954), Brian (b: 1957), and Peter (b: 1961) into the family. From there, Water and Carol Ann Ronan who married in August of 1970 gave birth to Daniel Lange in 1973, Catherine Lange in 1971, and Courtney Lange in 1971....   [tags: births, deaths, family, event] 1831 words
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How Birth Order and Family Size Affect Personality Traits - Is there a “personality tag” for each child depending on their birth order. Does the family size, or the parents’ life styles affect anything. Birth order is more than just an old wives’ tale about predicting the personalities of each child in every family. Blair states, “Birth order, put in its proper context, is a key that can unlock personalities and give you a new perspective on human nature” (1). Every child of every family has a personality tag, which is determined by their spot on their immediate family tree....   [tags: Family, Individuality, Personality Tag]
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Different Family Ideologies and Types - Different Family Ideologies and Types Source: The Place of Men in changing family cultures. Geoff Dench (1996). An example of how differing ideologies support different family arrangements. The study was an exploration of contemporary cultural variations in family roles allocated to men. It can only be considered a pilot study because only small numbers were involved. The importance of the study is the light it sheds on the impact that ideology can have on how family life is lived and experienced....   [tags: Papers, Family Culture] 664 words
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The Importance of Preserving Traditional Family Values to Improve American Culture - We live in a culture where we fear each other, hate each other, and even kill each other. How bad do things in our culture have to get before we stop and look at what brought us to this place. I believe that a key part of the answer to that question lies in the family. Although I know there are many good single parents in our culture I want to draw focus to the traditional family as I write this. If we look up the definition of the traditional family we find that it is a basic social unit consisting of parents and their children....   [tags: family]
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Character Analysis of Walter Lee Younger in A Raisin in the Sun by Hansberry - ... Walter can be best described as a greedy, foolish, yet ambitious individual. At first, Walter is used to portray how the ambitious African American male succumbs to allowing success and money to lead to tearing of family ties. Walter's poor judgment makes him lose touch with his family and causes him to become a major burden on his entire family. Walter makes it very clear on how he feels about most women when he makes the 'smart' comment of, "We one group of men tied to a race of women with small minds." (Hansberry 34)....   [tags: ambition, greed, foolishness]
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Essay About Family: My Family's Tradition - For as long as I can remember the guys on my dads side have always gone hunting and the first gun they used has always been passed down to the next generation. When my parents divorced, I was young around eight years old and for a while my dad and I never felt as close as we did before the divorce. So for a while I never had the opportunity. For the last four years me and my dad have been getting along great, he has remarried and I like my step-mom. I got over to their house on the weekends and this past year during fall and winter my dad decided that it was the right time to pass the tradition on down to me....   [tags: essay about my family]
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The Family By Mario Puzo -Reshma - An exciting tale of greed, treachery,sin and power beyond mortal imagination (Book Summary), The Borgia family was indeed, the first original crime family.Written by Mario Puzo and finished by his girlfriend Carol Gino , The Family is an epic tale of a man’s rise to power , a father and his children , a tale that shows the strength , devotion and love of family. Set in Italy in the 15th century , where the Church and the Papal states-Romagna,The Marches,Umbria,Sabina,Patrimony of St.Peter,Latium and Campagna-was the greatest power that flourished, Rodrigo Borgia began his infamous journey to becoming a historical crime figure of the century.Mario Puzo had matched the historical and geographi...   [tags: borgia family, crime family, italian mafia]
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The Role of the Family in a Child's Education - 1. What is your definition of family. Family is defined by the text as “two or more persons living together and linked for financial or emotional support” (Barbour, Barbour & Scully, 2011). For my purposes family is defined as those with whom I maintain a close bond, whether or not they live with me. For example, I have a brother, who might be defined as :family” as we were raised in the same house, but I also have friends that I consider “family” based on emotional support I derive from their friendship....   [tags: Family Psychology, Child Development]
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The Foundation of Family and Friendship - Confucius considered family ties to be the backbone of functioning societies. To continue the path of becoming an exemplary person (junzi) a person family is to model how they are and should be interacting with their communities. A family model is the bases of Chinese communities. In a family the father is at the top thus being making the boys of the family most important and the main focus of the parents. That’s made clear when the master states “As a younger brother and son, be filial piety (xiao) at home and deferential (di) in the community; be cautious in what you say and then make good on you word (xin)....   [tags: honor, family, community, friendship] 1152 words
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Family Is Where the Heart Is - ... What if she didn't even want anything to do with her. She had no idea what to expect. This trip was going to be one great, big surprise of its own. Three days later, Rebecca's dad told her that he had managed to talk to some people and found out she lived in New York City. He also said that he had gotten two plane tickets for that weekend. They would fly out of the airport on Friday and the flight would take about four hours from Nevada to New York. They were set to return home on Monday with who knew what kind of experience....   [tags: albums, mother, family, birthday] 2851 words
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The Importance of My Family - Today I am going to write about how my family supports me and why this is so important for me. I chose this topic because for me is really important one child to have a good relationship with their parents and siblings. I think that the parents should be the closest people on this world because they give us life and raise us. Their biggest influence is when they support me and no matter what they are always open to talk with me, to discuss things with me and believe in my dreams. The ways that they support me are: When they listen to me and trying to understand my view point, they are always open to discuss things with me and give me their opinion but never force me to do something, they bel...   [tags: Essays About Family]
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The Media Has a Grasp on Younger Generations - ... Basically their aimed commercials involve muscles tone and Viagra. Commercials aimed at men involve women falling over them, and extremely built men in gym settings. It sends the message to men they need to be big. In a scholar journal the authors state, “Overall, these type of commercials attempt to persuade the male viewer that if he uses certain gym equipment then his body will look like that of a man in the commercial, even though those particular images, and well as others, are practically unattainable.”(Barlett, 208)....   [tags: Technology, Self-Esteem]
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Walter Lee Younger in Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin In The Sun - Walter Lee Younger in Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin In The Sun No matter how hard they try, there are some people who cannot get ahead in life. Walter Lee Younger is a man who is frustrated with his current position in life, and every disappointment he has encountered thus far. Although he tries to be a loving man, sometimes he does not know how to show the idea of love, 'Sometimes...sometimes...I don't even know how to try' (Hansberry 89). His position in life can be regarded as symbolic of every black male struggling to provide for his family by any means necessary....   [tags: Hansberry Raisin Sun Essays]
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My Family: My Father - As I long I will be alive, my father would stay in my heart and thoughts. Every time I see my face, I can see some of his physical features through the mirror. He not only is my biologic father, but also my inspiration in my life. He constantly inspires me to put efforts in my impossible dreams. In return, I want to prove him myself and how capable I can be. With his personality, his role, and his unquestionable generosity, my father is a man who influences me the most. My father’s personality is not extraordinary or amazing, on the other hand, one of the simplest one I ever know....   [tags: essay about family] 787 words
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My Family and Its History - In my family we are of African-American and Indian decent on my mothers side of the family. On my fathers side of the family we are of African-American, Caucasian, Indian, Puerto Rican, German and Portugese decent as far as I know because everyone does not know all of the facts and probably will not know all of them. On my mothers side of the family which is the one I have spent the most time around I would consider us a typical family. Typical around the area that we live at, there are a lot of single parent households....   [tags: low income, single parent, family] 533 words
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Putting Family First in The Raisin in the Sun - ... Walter Lee and Willy Loman are a like because they both want to do good for their family. They want to give their children a life that neither one of them have never had before. Willy Loman was a salesman who use to go out on trips until he last one, because he nearly crashed several times. Since Willy no longer can go out on trips he decides to get a job in town. Before he starts the job his condition gets worse as time progresses. Once it’s time for Willy to go in to meet his new boss, he is happy and excited to start his new job, but then he gets bad news....   [tags: dreams, money, family, happiness] 638 words
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My Family: Life in Rural America - As a child growing up in a rural county, I didn’t have soccer practice or dance recitals; no play dates or playgrounds. I had trees to climb, woods to explore, bikes to ride and adventures to be had. I had bare feet in the grass, wincing on the gravel driveway, rocks digging into my soles. I had walnuts to crush, plums to eat, flowers to pick, bugs to catch. I had my little brothers to bug me, my mom to take care of me, my dad to laugh with me and my grandparents to hold me. I had books to read, worlds of words to get lost in....   [tags: essay about my family] 2630 words
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Effects of Conflict on Family: Analysis - Have you ever witnessed you parents fighting. Even to the point of separation. If so, maybe it has possibly affected you, or it is effecting you right now. “Children are affected by marital conflict through both direct and indirect pathways. In terms of children’s psychological functioning, exposure to repeated instances of destructive marital conflict has been linked with internalizing problems such as depression and low self-esteem, externalizing problems such as delinquency and aggression, and declines in academic performance, social and interpersonal adjustment, and general mental health” (Faircloth 2)....   [tags: rachel lowry, family issues, marital conflict] 1381 words
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Family Health Nursing Case Study - Over the past two decades nurses have become more aware of the need to include families in nursing care. Family nursing practice is holistic with a goal of creating partnerships between families and nurses so mutual trust, communication and cooperation develops enabling the health care needs of the family to be met (Kaakinen, 2014). A family is viewed as a system where each member is expected to respond according to their role, and changes in the dynamics of the system causes a change in the equilibrium....   [tags: Family Health Nurse]
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Theory Paper: Family Case Application - Theory Paper: Family Case Application The structural family therapy model was the theory this student addressed in the family paper assignment. Gehart (2014) explains this theory’s fundamental concepts are boundaries, hierarchies, and subsystems. A family can have clear, enmeshed, or disengaged boundaries. A clear boundary involves a boundary between people that allows simultaneous emotional closeness and distance. Clear boundaries include having a strong sense of identity, autonomy, and closeness....   [tags: structural family therapy model]
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Socio-Cultural Aspects of Family Planning - SOCIO-CULTURAL ASPECT • A study in Tanzania states that the gained influence of family planning is ascribed to both men and women factors, in certain regions. For instance, fertility descend in Pare community is accredited to the high the education of man, the education of wife. The result shows that the education of wife was more rigid. The favorable determinants for fertility regulation are the younger the husbands and the higher the educational degree of both husband and wife. • “Level of Awareness on the Methods of Contraception” based on the dissertation on Levine’s theory of conservation, the model based on presumption that the center of Nursing is an unclosed network of human beings...   [tags: Contraception, Fertility, Family-Planning] 794 words
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Family Medical Tree Pedigree/Genogram - ... According to Pessoa Marinho et al. (2013), the genetic and environmental risk factors that influence T2D development are: “age, gender, ethnicity, family history, obesity, inactivity, gestational diabetes, macrosomia, hypertension, decreased high-density lipoprotein cholesterol, increased triglycerides, cardiovascular diseases, micropolycystic ovary syndrome, high blood glucose on previous testing, impaired glucose tolerance and glycated hemoglobin ≥5.7%” (Pessoa Marinho et al., 2013, p. 570)....   [tags: family history, medical history] 723 words
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The Importance of Family Meals at the Dinner Table - ... As a young boy or girl enters puberty, hormones start changing their bodies and turning them into adults. This time can be very stressful and terrifying for them because for stretches they may not even recognize themselves because of the overwhelming changes. Since their parents aren’t currently going through puberty with them these young teens don’t feel as close or intune with. So they decide to pull away from them making Family dinners a thing of the past. They feel as if they are alone and there's no one to be their rock....   [tags: emotional wellbeing of young family members] 639 words
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Overview of the Family in the Mockumentary: Modern Family - ... Each family, when dissected, is built up on stereotypes to “mock” the dynamic. The “average” family that consist of Phil and Claire have typical jobs, Phil, who is a real estate rep, and Claire, a stay at home mom. Their three teenage children, Hailey, a typical high school girl obsessed with boys and strictly only concerned with her looks, the middle child, Alex, that is only focused on school and couldn’t be more opposite than Hailey, and youngest and only son, Luke that is struggling to fit in with the family being the only son....   [tags: Tv, Series, Gay] 1101 words
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My Family's Co-cultures - ... Holidays and local festivities were family celebrations, and my family put significant time and effort into making them special. On Christmas and Thanksgiving, everyone helped with the cooking and cleaning, and the whole family sat down to watch football together. Halloween, Easter and the 4th of July, Maude Gras and other local festivals, art shows, parades, and summer weekends were special times spent with my parents and grandparents. My parents were interested in the topics of the day, and even as a small child I would watch the news and read the paper with my father....   [tags: white, nuclear family, personal reflection] 1769 words
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The Influence of Television on Today´s Younger Generation - The Influence of Television on Today’s Younger Generation Television has an enormous influence on the younger population of today. With the explosion of technology and the 24/7 access to television, children are flooded on a daily basis with huge amounts of media. All the accessibility to television shows allows for children to see and learn things, which are not suitable or appropriate for their age, leading to immoral, inappropriate, aggressive and anti-social behavior. TV shows shape and mold young people in a lot of ways, creating thoughts and ideas that have a huge influence in their views and actions....   [tags: media, behavior, development, inapproiate] 739 words
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The Impacts of the Transformative Period on the Younger Members of the Jewish Population - ... Assimilation or acceptance into society was not a task that the government could complete simply by passing laws forbidding exclusion it was much more reliant on the attitudes and actions of individuals in what was previously considered the majority, and only relevant, society. The memoirs provide insight into what life was actually like for the Jewish individuals after they were legally emancipated and granted a position in society. The memoirs are useful in creating an image of life because they are all from different perspectives, but share the common heritage of Judaism....   [tags: culture, emancipation, society] 827 words
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Mildred Bond and the Great Migration : A Remarkable Family Woman - ... Thus, the start of the Bond family was created. “Once we got to Decatur, we didn’t have much; we were just as poor as could be. (Bond).” For the majority of his life, Albert-Lee was a crop farmer. In September 1955, Albert-Lee decided that after the final crop of the season, he would no longer be a crop farmer. At Wagner’s Casting Company, Albert-Lee eventually made outstanding wages, thus allowing him to take care of himself and his wife. Mildred wanted to get a job of her own so that she would be able to help out....   [tags: Family, African-American, Marriage] 790 words
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Sibling Order Stereotypes - ... However, when my brother started to experiment with those particular words my parents sat down with him at the table and explained why he could not utter those words. My punishment was much worse then his was, and not to mention traumatizing for a little kid. In comparison I learned most of my lessons the hard way, where as my brother only had to be spoken to and then he was off the hook. In my young mind he got off pretty easy and I was upset that he seemed to be better than me. The authors, Whiteman, McHale, and Crouter also mention behavior and values in this article....   [tags: younger kids, older kids, behavior]
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The Make-Up of an Armenian Family - The Make-Up of a Family “If the family were a fruit, it would be an orange, a circle of sections, held together but separable - each segment distinct.” Letty Cottin Pogrebin So I fully agree with this quotation that a family is a unity of different members and every person in this united circle has a right to decide on his/her lifestyle though this orange rule never works in the Armenian families. Armenian families are not like oranges they are more like peaches....   [tags: Papers, culture, family values] 807 words
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Personal Experience: My Views and Feelings About My Family - Most people’s lives are complicated by family relationships. The way one is raised can affect self-esteem and is the emotional and psychological blueprint for life. Family is the first teacher in a child’s life. One can learn morals, manners and valuable life lessons. How one is raised can add negatively as well as positively to society. Family relationships can set the tone for how one feels about family and traumatic events can challenge those views and feelings. The sudden death of my mother was the event that challenged my family to see if the ties that bind were strong enough to hold....   [tags: family relationships, death, other-parenting]
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The Significance of Lena Younger’s Dream Plant in A Raisin in the Sun - Lena Younger’s Plant of “Dreams” In the story A Raisin in the Sun Lena Younger cares for a small house plant. This plant represents dreams. Mama has dreams for her family to rise from poverty and live in a better and bigger place, and also for them to continue to grow together as a family. Mama wants to keep her dreams alive and keep her family close to her heart. Mama’s plant that she cares for represents this dream by “looking at her plant and spraying water on it” (52) in a small way showing she will try to keep her plant and their dreams alive....   [tags: literary analysis, literary criticism] 628 words
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A Raisin in the Sun: The Foundation of Family - The idea of family is a central theme in Lorraine Hansberry’s play A Raisin in the Sun. Hansberry alludes to the Old Testament book of Ruth in her play to magnify “the value of having a home and family”(Ardolino 181). The Younger family faces hardships that in the moment seem to tear them apart from one another, but through everything, they stick together. The importance of family is amplified by the choices of Walter and Beneatha because they appear to initiate fatal cracks in the Younger family’s foundation, but Mama is the cement who encourages her family to pull together as one unit....   [tags: Theatre]
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Some of the Things I would Tell My Younger Self - Being able to live life is one of the most rewarding things, although it may not be easy all of the time. I can say that because, making it through life this far has not been an easy journey for me. It has been full of ups and downs, many heart breaks, and lots of though roads to travel down. If there was ever a way to travel back in time i would do it just to give my adolesent self a bit of advice. All of the things i have learned over the years would have helped me so much back then....   [tags: personal reflections] 533 words
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The Effects of a Broken Family on the Children - A broken family refers to a family that has gone through a separation, abandonment or divorce leaving the children with only one parent instead of the much needed two. In the beginning of a divorce parents tend to argue non-stop and just have a sense of despair around the household. Children around that type of atmosphere can get confused and blame themselves for such arguments and the overall unhappiness. When dealing with divorce the effects on the children vary depending on their age, time of separation and personality and family relationship (Anderson "The Effect of a Broken Family on Development")....   [tags: psychological analysis] 2090 words
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The Roles of Family in the Philippines - ... The children are taught to respect and obey their parents. The elder sibling, especially the girl, is trained to be her mother’s assistant. She learns to look after her younger siblings and to manage the home. Elder sibling also gets respect from the younger ones. Filipino children are assigned home chores to train them to be responsible. The family molds the child’s character. It is where moral values are first being taught. The parents are the ones responsible in inculcating good manners and right conduct to their children that they will carry on as they grow up....   [tags: discipline, bonds, relatives] 603 words
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The Influences of Family Traditions on and Individual - ... Also, our personal drive and ambition is a direct reflection of a family member that we have looked up to. You hear things from the elder like, “You know you are a Hall if you can work the fields.” At this moment, you start to adopt the hard working ways of those before you. It is now you can answer in the affirmative that you are indeed a Hall. In the literature “Digging” by Seamus Heaney, the author is telling us of how hard his father works. “By God, the old man could handle a spade. Just like his old man.” This line clearly tells us that his father’s individual self was influenced by his father....   [tags: culture, language, behavior]
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The Effects of Slavery on the Black Family - Slavery is a period of time where people were bought, sold, and treated as property for many years. Slaves were given no rights once so ever from the time they were captured, purchased, or born. Slavery existed in many countries such as contemporary Africa, Mali, Haiti, Niger, Sudan, and Mauritania. Although slavery was equally devastating in many different countries one form of slavery that stands out the most for American history is slavery in the New World. Slaves were shipped from various locations in Africa and also different islands of the West Indies....   [tags: african americans, slave, racial discrimination]
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Role of Family Values and Poverty - Family values and the amount of income a family provides for their child will determine how a child’s personality will develop as they mature in to adulthood. A large percentage of children that are brought up in a broken home or a family in poverty are more likely to commit crimes later in life and go to prison. According to Robert Rector, “Children from single parent homes are far more likely to get involved in crime than those growing up in traditional homes due to poverty.” Marriage can be the greatest weapon against children dealing with poverty in an unstable household....   [tags: Child Future, Criminal Life]
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Importance of a Unified Family - Family, internally unified is essentially the interior bond shared amongst members in a united pack. Furthermore, family is essential to one’s natural stability on becoming a morally respected human being in society. That means each individual member devotes themselves on becoming the natural support for continuous nourishment throughout one’s life span. When one reflects on the true essence of family, one must not initially reflect on the physicality aspect of family, but instead the internal approach of the concept by strict observation of one’s natural growth through genuine support obtained only through strong family unity....   [tags: Bond, Support] 770 words
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The Modern Family and Traditionalism - Traditional and Modern Family All cultures reflect different levels of the importance of family. The Jewish have this famous saying, “God could not be everywhere and therefore he made mothers.” The Chinese believe if you know one’s family, you do not need to know the individual because his identity is directly linked to his family. For the Africans, family is one’s legacy, “A person who has children does not die.” On the other hand, the Americans adhere to strong family ties with the saying, “The apple does not fall far from the tree.” Each nation has something to say about how important the family is for individuals and the society....   [tags: Importance, Father, Mother, Roles]
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The Most Common Cancer in the UK: Breast Cancer - Being the most common cancer in the UK, breast cancer affects about 48,000 women a year, it affects mostly women over the age of 50, however younger women and in some cases even men can be affected by the disease. Multidisciplinary team or MDT are there for cancer patients to provide them with the best possible care and treatment for each individual patient. The MDT team consists of a specialist cancer surgeon, an oncologist, a radiologist, a pathologist, a radiographer, a reconstructive surgeon and a specialist nurse....   [tags: younger women, chemotherapy]
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Pa Chin's Family - All through time, successive generations have rebelled against the values and traditions of their elders. In all countries, including China, new generations have sought to find a different path than that of their past leaders. Traditional values become outdated and are replaced with what the younger society deems as significant. Family concentrates on this very subject. In the novel, three brothers struggle against the outdated Confucian values of their elders. Alike in their dislike of the traditional Confucian system of their grandfather, yet very different in their interactions with him and others, begin to reach beyond the ancient values of Confucianism and strive for a breath of freedom...   [tags: Novel Review Analysis Pa Chin] 1380 words
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