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Cat v. Dog

- Cat v. Dog Many households occupy pets. Deciding on a pet can be a difficult decision. The majority of the time people tend to choose either a dog or a cat for their pet. There are many similarities as well as differences between a dog and a cat. However, the differences outnumber the similarities and usually serve as the deciding factor between the two. With either a dog or a cat, there will be a new addition to the family. Much responsibility comes along with this new member....   [tags: Papers Pets Household Pet Essays ]

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Effects on Single Parent Households on Unhealthy Relationship Formation

- According to Kids Count Data Center, 35% of children of all races in the United States were growing up in a single parent household in 2011 (a 3% increase from 2007). An even more startling statistic from the same source states that 67% of children of African descent were growing up in single family households in 2007. That’s more than half of the population of African-American children. Unhealthy relationships, most specifically domestic violence, are becoming more common among young people every day....   [tags: domestic violence, african american, victimization]

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Single Working Mothers: The Sacrifices of Being A Single Working Mother

- Single Working Mothers Thesis: Within the process of a single mother striving to be successful, a fatherless household will most likely become stressful upon the mother as well as the children. How does single motherhood affect the children of the household. A. The more “transitions” experienced by a child, the more children are likely to have either emotional or academic problems. It is not impossible for the children to have both problems. B. Watching the single mother’s struggle, children are likely to cause trouble in the society....   [tags: fatherless houselhold, financial issues]

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Health Related Information, Products, And Solutions

- Introduction One of the greater issues facing the United States populace revolves around the practice of an unhealthy lifestyle. This practice is one of the root causes for a variety of diseases and ailments. As more individuals have become aware of this, in recent times, an increase in the interest in fitness and health, in general, has occurred. This has resulted in an oversaturation of health related information, products, and solutions. The vast variety of information, products, and solutions may serve as more of an aid to the problem, as individuals may become discouraged from not knowing where to begin....   [tags: Marketing, Household income in the United States]

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MULTIGENERATIONAL HOUSEHOLDS

- Multigenerational Households A multigenerational household is defined as more than two generations of the same family living under one roof. Multigenerational households are common in other parts of the world. They are still uncommon in most areas of the United States, but lately they have been growing in popularity. Throughout the country, multigenerational households represent just a fraction of the population. According to the 2000 census, four percent of all U.S. households have three or more generations under one roof....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Households Drive Economy

- 1) INTRODUCTION TO THEME (1) In this book Material Concerns, from which three Readings in the Introduction to Working with our Environment are taken, Tim Jackson argues that people living in households, through their demand for goods and services, are the main 'engine' that drives the industrial economy. In fact in most industrialized countries household expenditures on food, clothing, housing, transport, recreation, etc. accounts for about 60 per cent of total economic output (OECD, 1998 p. 77)....   [tags: Economy Energy Conservation]

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The Implications of the Ottawa Charter's Five Strands in Improving Access to Good Housing and Reduction to Houshold Crowding in New Zealand

- ... (2013). Infectious diseases attributable to household crowding in New Zealand: a systematic review and burden of disease estimate. Wellington South, New Zealand: He Kainga Oranga / Housing and Health Research Programme, University of Otago. Baker, M., Goodyear, R., Telfar, B., & Howden-Chapman, P. (2012). The distribution of household crowding in New Zealand: An analysis based on 1991 to 2006 Census data. ( No. 1). Wellington: He Kainga Oranga/ Housing and Health Research Programme, University of Otago....   [tags: overcrowding, determinants of health]

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Can Single-Parent Households Influence Adolescents To Become Abusers?

- Single-parent households can influence adolescents to become abusers of their spouses, children and themselves and are expected to experience domestic violence in their lives. Rather than having the balance of a two-parent home, single-parented adolescents are constantly exposed to stressors and ultimately become abusers themselves. This leads to a vicious and continuous cycle that could lead to the destruction of generations thereafter. The trend of single-parent households are drastically increasing every year....   [tags: Single Parent Homes, Domestic Violence]

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Households' Perceptions on Energy Consumption and Sustainable Life Styles in Zambia

- ... Hydro power is the most important source of electricity in Zambia. However, there has not been any major addition to the country’s generation capacity in the last 20-30 years despite the huge potential in hydro resources. It is estimated that Zambia possesses 40% of the water resources in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region. The country has about 6,000 MW unexploited hydro power potential, while only about 1,985 MW has been developed [13]. Decades of underinvestment and maintenance backlogs due to poor governance and administration of the main electricity supplier, Zambia Electricity Supply Corporation (ZESCO), have led to an energy deficit in the country with interm...   [tags: lifestyle demands for the future]

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What Is the Effect of Single Parent Households on Unhealthy Relationship Formation?

- We are exploring the effect of single parent households on the formation of unhealthy relationships. We are looking at whether the relationships are unstable, in terms of physical violence, and how coming from a single parent household can contribute to this. Using Becker’s economic theory of the family, we can compare the formation and dissolution of the family to cost benefit analysis. Using cost-benefit analysis, it is always assumed that people act rationally. Thus, people usually choose to get married or divorced in order to increase their welfare....   [tags: Becker's economic theory of the family]

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Analysis Of The Second Shift On Two Parent Working Households With Children

- Arlie Hochschild wrote The Second Shift to bring attention to the demands placed on two parent working households with children. Arlie’s struggle as a woman in her attempt to work, advance in her career and be taken serious while doing so, along with maintaining a home and providing adequate quality time raising a family became apparent with her first child. Hochschild began to take note of peer’s reactions to her bringing her son to the office, the reactions of students, both male and female, and how those people reacted with her....   [tags: Family, Woman, Emotion, Arlie Russell Hochschild]

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Paid Employment in the Home

- Paid Employment in the Home In her book The Second Shift, Arlie Hochschild describes how two-job married couples in the United States deal with the structural problem of the domestic work shift, i.e., that when both members of a marriage work outside of the home, the domestic work becomes an added burden to one or both of the members in addition to their outside jobs. Modern society has increased the work load of the family, thereby increasing tension in marriages and taking away time for leisure and recreation for both spouses....   [tags: Careers Family Families Household Essays]

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The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

- It is a common assumption that food insecurity negatively affects the food insecure, but how should a food secure individual react when someone else’s food insecurity negatively affects their personal experiences. Phion is a blogger whose concerns reflect the American sentiment about the entitlements of food stamp users. Phion recounts a recent trip that he and his wife took to Sam’s Club where they were stuck in line behind a woman with “two full shopping carts full of racks of ribs, tenderloins, pork chops, soda, a ton of junk food, ribeyes, and a tons of other stuff totaling out to over $800....   [tags: Food Insecure Households]

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The Impact of HIV/AIDS

- Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) is a fatal physical condition that is caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). The virus damages the human body’s immune system, so that the body cannot protect itself from bacteria, viruses, and prions that cause diseases. With severely lowered defenses, AIDS patients die from common illnesses such as pneumonia, diarrhea, cold, and tuberculosis. The HIV virus does not directly attack its victim; the disease that patients suffer from after receiving the virus is what hurts and kills them....   [tags: sex, households, disease]

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Assessment of Households' Vulnerability to Food Insecurity and Determinant Factors in Developning Countries: The Case of Ethiopia

- Empirical findings show that access to adequate and sufficient food in developing countries is unstable, suggesting that whether a household or individual is food secure at any point in time is best thought of in a dynamic sense. Yet the more widely used food security analysis methods mainly consider current access to food, failing to provide policy makers with forward‐looking information. Concurrently, in most countries in Sub-Saharan Africa in general and in Ethiopia in particular, households’ capacity to manage risks is especially low due to multiple stressors coupled with a poor asset base making them particularly vulnerable to food insecurity....   [tags: poverty policies in Sub-Saharan countries]

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Analysis of the SNAP Program

- SNAP is the foundation of nutrition assistance programs. This program provides over 47 million individuals in nearly 23 million low-income households. The eligibility is not restricted to certain groups of individuals, and because of this, SNAP serves a vast amount of families with children, elderly people, and individuals with disabilities. Others eligible for SNAP include families with adults who work in low-wage jobs, unemployed workers, and those with a fixed income. The SNAP Program assists about 72 percent of people who live in households with children....   [tags: nutrition, snap households, recovery act]

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Student Loan Debt Of Households

- This bar graph represents the comparison student loan debt of households throughout three years (1989, 1998, 2010). My three categories are college graduates, people who completed some college but didn 't earned a degree, and all households. This demonstrates that as time passes more people take out student loans due to the college tuition increasing every year, and many Americans can not afford to pay college out of pocket. As a result, many Americans have large amount of debts and loans. The students in the purple are the ones who face more troubles in paying back their student loans and many of them can face economic struggles that will eventually affect the nation as whole. Nelson Man...   [tags: Higher education, University, United States, Debt]

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Allowing Gay Adoption to be Equal and Fair

- America, as a nation, is known to be equal and fair to everybody. It’s a nation that made black and white people equal, men and women equal, but why aren’t gay couples equal to straight couples. Everyone deserves the same rights and equality especially when it comes to adoption. Even though gay adoption is legal it is not fair or equal. Many places don’t allow gays to adopt and many couples don’t allow their children to be adopted by gay couples. Gays aren’t any different from us they do the same thing us they are just same sex couples....   [tags: gay couples, adoption, heterosexual households]

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Factors that Contribute to Unhealthy Relationship Formation

- Literature Review Determining how single parent households effect unhealthy relationship formation is a way to compare adolescents, who grew up in single-parent households, to adolescents who grew up in two parent households, and how they develop relationships with each other. Specifically we will be looking at how being raised in these different households contribute to children becoming involved in violent behavior. Studying these relationships will allow a better understanding of how much adolescent familial life, affects the relationship formations of youth, and if a specific type of familial background contributes more, to a child becoming a part of a life of crime....   [tags: single parent households, children, family issues]

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Mortgage Interest Deduction

- When income tax was written into the Constitution in 1913, Congress made all interest payments deductible. The mortgage interest deduction wasn’t specifically mentioned, but as more and more people began buying homes the deduction became recognized as a great benefit. Today, the ability to promote home ownership by providing a tax relief to homeowners is the main justification for the mortgage interest deduction. Some agree with the current structure of the deduction, while others believe it would be much more beneficial as a tax credit....   [tags: Tax Relief, Higher Income Households]

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The Effects on Children Raised In Dysfunctional Households

- The Effects on Children Raised In Dysfunctional Households Family dysfunction is a condition that interferes with, and inhibits a healthy family functioning. Throughout their time living amongst each other, most families will have some periods in which their functioning may be impaired. Healthy families usually return to normal functioning after a crisis such as a death in the family, or a parent’s illness ending. There is always a substantial impact on the lives of children being raised in dysfunctional families, who later grow up with negative effects, such as their developing their own irrational behaviors (Hunt Web)....   [tags: healthy families, alcoholism, gambing addictions]

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Resource Mangement for Clean Water in Households

- ... If a major hurricane were to flood South Florida, the SFWMD, with it’s current budget, does not have the funds to remove water from the streets. The budget cuts not only have environmental consequences, but public health and economic consequences as well. These budget cuts can have additional disastrous effects for a system that is already poorly designed. Currently, excess water from Lake Okoeechobee is being dumped into the St. Lucie Canal and the Callsahatchee River, which poses environmental problems....   [tags: distribution, filtration, water, resource]

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Hispanic Family Structured in USA

- A family is usually a group of people that are related to each other by blood, marriage and ancestry. A family can also be an adoption meaning that someone was brought into another family. There are many ethnic groups when it comes to families in America like African, White, Asian and Native American families. However, one ethnic group that is interesting is the Hispanic American family. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, 10.4 million Hispanic family households live in the United States. Also there are 50.5 million Hispanics that live in the United States today and the Hispanic population is made up of 16.3%....   [tags: female-headed households, gay and lesbian couples]

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Handguns in Households with Children

- Handguns in Households with Children Guns in America are a problem as bad as the drug problem: 43% of households that have children have handguns in them; 10 children die every day from handguns, approximately one every 2 ½ hours. That is the same of a classroom of children every two days. Parents do not realize that children get the physical capacity to reach and discharge a firearm long before the ability to understand the potential consequences of these actions. Parents who insist on keeping guns in the home should be urged strongly to store their firearms unloaded and locked in a secure place....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Violence And Sexual Abuse During Broken Households And Residential Schools

- The facts of this case are extremely distressing, raised in broken households and residential schools both defendants endured difficult childhoods. Drugs, violence and sexual abuse were all common aspects of their lives, this cycle of abuse becomes a constant dynamic as they age. The issue here is regarding sentencing. Sentencing in such cases is problematic since the criminal code requires sentences to be proportionate to both the gravity of the offence and the degree of responsibility of the offender....   [tags: Crime, Law, Criminal justice, Liberalism]

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We Need to Raise Minimum Wage

- ... People are opting to stay home, watch cable and cook from home. If minimum wage is increased the economy will improve, people will have more money to spend, and the morale among low income workers will improve. More people will seek jobs, which will help the unemployment percent decrease. People also argue that the minimum wage jobs are for teenagers, so that they can earn money to help cover the cost of school, and If minimum wage is increased it will cause the business to seek more long term employment with people that have work experience, that there turn over will be less and that would mean less cost in training....   [tags: single family households, economic analysis]

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The Circular Flow Model Accompanied by Reverse Flows

- The Circular Flow Model Accompanied by Reverse Flows The circular flow model is defined as the flow of resources from households to firms and of products to firms from households. These flows are accompanied by reverse flows of money from firms to households and from households to firms. The circular flow is comprised of the resource market, households, product market, businesses, and the government. Macroeconomics - The study of the aggregate (total) Behavior of the whole economy. Macroeconomics Aggregates: - Unemployment rate: Percent of people in the labor force is not working but searching for work....   [tags: Economics Households Firms Essays]

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Alice Walker Revealed

- Alice Walker Revealed Questions of ancestry, growing up as an African American woman in the south, and internal conflicts of self are all prevalent in Alice Walker’s literary works. Although things have changed since the 1950s, many issues that Walker had to face through that era are still very much alive today in 2013. Walker gives clear evidence of her struggles in the short story “Everyday Use”. With the use of imagery she paints a vivid picture of how households in African American communities were portrayed during this time period....   [tags: everyday, use, imagery, households, period, ]

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Gay or Lesbian Parenting and the Psychological Effects on Their Adoptive Children

- ... Same-sex couples do not raise their children any differently than heterosexual couples raise their children. Throughout the adoptive child’s life, the adoptive parents must explain to the child why he/she was adopted, but for gay adoptive parents, explanation of their sexual orientation must also be explained using “age appropriate language” (Gateway Child Wellfare Information). Recently, research has shown that gay and lesbian parents share the parental characteristics of support, protection, and stability that children need....   [tags: same-sex couples, non-traditional households]

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Hyderabad-Karnataka Region

- Introduction In 20th century inequality has often been explored through the social exclusion (Byrne, 1999). Social exclusion was often ignored from the mainstream of economy (Hills, et al., 2002). The financial exclusion causes social exclusion and poverty. Achieving 100 per cent financial inclusion is difficult task and it not only just opening bank account and solve financial problem of marginalized sections and disadvantaged people, its important objective is abolishing the state of social exclusion in the economy (Rangarajan, 2008)....   [tags: Evaluation Financial Inclusion, Rural Households]

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Circular Flow Model : Circular Distribution Model

- Circular Flow Model As Americans we want and need things in order to survive or to live life to the fullest. Our society ensures that our needs and wants are met. How do we make sure that we produce what we need and that those goods are distributed fairly. We do this by understanding the Circular Flow Model chart. According to Business Dictinary.com, the Circular Flow Model “is a simple economic model illustrating the flow of goods and services though the economy. In the model, producers are termed as "firms" while consumers are referred to as "households." Firms supply goods and services while households consume these goods and services....   [tags: Economics, Supply and demand, Business, Capital]

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Asset Price Risk and Rent Risk: Homeownership

- Rent risk may veritably carry more risk than the common presumption of the risks associated with homeownership. University of Pennsylvania Wharton School professors Todd Sinai and Nicholas S. Souleles introduce a model of tenure choice that takes into consideration the rent volatility, a household’s expected length of stay (a household’s expected horizon), the correlation in future housing prices, and evaluates the demand for owning through rent risk and asset price risk. Renters are subject to annual fluctuations in rent, but do not incur the asset price risk that homeowners carry....   [tags: housing, hedge funding]

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The Rise Of The Industrious Revolution

- In regards to the Industrious Revolution’s development, origins, and growth, de Vries gives us some insight on what he considers to be the factors that sparked this economic phenomenon. The rise of the industrious revolution is a combination of long hours of market work for adult males, and participation in the labor market by both women and children which resulted in the male breadwinner household, women homemakers, and children going to school. His claims focus primarily on the household of the 18th century and how they gradually came to interact with the market allowing for substantial change in the economy....   [tags: Economics, Economic growth, Economy, Employment]

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The Victorian Era in Britain

- The Victorian era in Britain was one of great dependency upon the women employed in domestic service. Domestic service was a very popular line of work for women in this period, in fact “about 40 percent of all women in Victorian Britain were employed…and a majority were domestic servants,” which showcases both the popularity and dependency upon domestic servant jobs. Many of the servants during this period were considered maids of all work, and it was this type of servant who ensured the efficient running and maintenance of many middle class households....   [tags: domestic service, gender role]

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South Africa: Land Acquisition and Involuntary Resettlement

- New Settlement Each household has identified a host site to which they would like to be moved, the seven households were relocated to seven different villages of their choice. The villages (Magake, Mongatana and Mogobadi) are ruled and administered by the Kings ‘Kgoshi’ (KgoshiPhasa and KgoshiMampa) respectively. (Synergy, 2013) Most of the rural land in South Africa is still administered by a trust held by the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform for the people. Makobakoba’s village is under a trust which is governed by Kgoshi Mashabela....   [tags: vulnerable people, social fabric, kingship]

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Gender Inequality Among Men And Women

- Gender inequality is a topic that impacts many people, because everyone has to deal with it on a day to day basis. Gender inequality is the difference in status or power between men and women (DEF). It is a very broad topic that can range from inequality in the workplace, athletics, education, and in this instance, at home. In a broad outlook, there are three reasons for an inequal division of household labor: tradition gender ideologies, time availability, and the resources available (THREE). Inequality in the household encompasses many tasks that people take on at home once they completed their workday such as cleaning, cooking, and laundry....   [tags: Gender role, Gender, Woman, Sociology]

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Gender Is Based On Cultural Beliefs That Classify On What Job Positions Should Be Held

- Gender is based on cultural beliefs that classify on what job positions should be held based on biological sex. Therefore, gender inequality affects people in the workforce because of the gender wage gap in institutions. For example, jobs are sex segregated based on gender roles and status. The gender wage gap is based on the differences of income between women and this causes for males and women to earn different wages because society classifies men to be superior to women, Even if they have the same positions, males are looked as authority....   [tags: Gender, Gender role, Sociology, Female]

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Comparison of The Shaklefords' in Hard Living on Clay Street to My Family

- Comparison of The Shaklefords' in Hard Living on Clay Street to My Family In this paper I plan to analyze and compare the Shaklefords in Hard Living on Clay Street and my immediate family. The comparisons include the structre of each family as far as marital arrangements, household arrangements, and kinship arrangments. The comparisons also include the culture of each family. In culture this includes ideas, norms, language and artifacts.The last and most important aspect of my family and the Shalkelforsd that I will analyze is the historical and socail forcs that most influenced both families....   [tags: Papers]

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The Values Of Grecian Cultures

- Loyalty to the household is one of the foundational values of Grecian cultures. Both Antigone and the Odyssey portray the benefits of this devotion to kin, yet also expose the tensions that can arise while keeping an allegiance to a household. Polis, the city-state, was grounded in the concept of oikos, or households. Ancient Hellenic women were expected to uphold certain standards within society, such as burying the dead family members, pledging allegiance to the household of the betrothed, or marrying into a new household following the death of a husband....   [tags: Marriage, Family, Antigone, Odyssey]

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Personal Waste Generation Measurement and Assessment

- Waste generation is the amount of waste a person can create, including recyclable materials, compostable materials, and reusable items. For the personal waste generation, measurement and assessment the amount of recyclable material, such as plastics, glass and paper were measured for one week. The amount of reusable items, such as clothing, appliances, books, magazines, CDs and DVDs were measured and counted. The amount of compostable items, such as food waste, yard waste, string, and dirty paper were also calculated....   [tags: Home Waste Audit]

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Inequality Constructed Through Family

- The image of Canadian families and their relationships constructed within their household’s marks a noticeable change. Both Meg Luxton and Sedef Arat-Koc represent the different positions that individuals are placed due to the balance of work and family. It is a reflection of how power is maintained within the household, and how decisions are being made. Meg Luxton’s reading Wives and Husbands, and Family Coping Strategies, raises the complexity of family life due to gender inequality. In, Family Coping Strategies women struggle with balancing work and domestic labour....   [tags: Canadian Families, Relationships]

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Asset Price Risk and Rent Risk: A Model for Homeownership

- Houses provide a constant, continuous flow of housing services, so the present value is equitable to the money saved valued in spot rents: The risk premium for households that choose to rent, πR, measures the total risk of CR, the cost of renting, emerging from the succession of annual shocks in spot rents. It maintains a positive relation to the equilibrium house price; if rent risk premium πR increases, the price in equilibrium will increase as the decision to own now provides the household with a greater benefit, also increasing the demand for homeownership....   [tags: financial model, housing]

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A Brief Note On The Asian Sub Continent

- I grew up in a household of 5 people, which included my parents, two siblings and myself. My mother was the lady of the house, so she would cook for the entire family. As a working man, my father would always have his lunch made right in time as he heads out to work and my siblings and I would have lunch ready right as we come back home from school. In the Asian sub continent, it is very common to hire maids as helping hands for a household. So my mother hired two maids to help her with the household chores....   [tags: Family, Woman, Homemaker, Home]

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Poverty Is More Of A State Of Mind, Choice, Or No Money

- People can argue about whether poverty is more of a state of mind, choice, or something that people are forced to live in. As stated on the online dictionary, poverty is defined as the state or condition of having little or no money or goods, and is the condition of being poor. Poverty can be found in an individual household or in individual communities, societies, etc. Wherever poverty is found, the fact is that the people in it are struggling to keep money and goods for themselves or families....   [tags: United States Census]

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Policies About Rebalancing China 's Economy

- Policies about Rebalancing China’s Economy In order to increase China’s consumption, it is important to figure out feasible policies that the Chinese government could implement to stimulate its consumption efficiently. Anderson (2007) points out China’s firms’ expropriate market share and profits from other countries cause China’s excess savings. Therefore, China’s imbalanced economy does not result from low consumptions, but results from Chinese companies’ high profits and their rising savings....   [tags: Investment, Macroeconomics, Economic growth]

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Differences Between Absolute, Relative, and Subjective Definitions of Poverty

- Background of the study Poverty is the lack of necessities like the basic food, shelter, medical care, and safety that are generally thought necessary to human (Bradshaw, 2006). Poverty is where people have unreasonably low living standards compared with others and experience hardship in everyday life (McClelland, 2000). The measurement for poverty is the “at risk of poverty line” that is derived from the net disposable household income which includes the income of all household members after taxes and social contributions, divided by the weighted factor of all household members, called “equivalent net disposable household income” (Buttler, 2013)....   [tags: income, poor, financial]

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The Housing Foreclosure Crisis

- The housing foreclosure crisis is a complicated matter with heart wrenching implications for those who have lived it and sobering moments of introspection for those who have not. This problem was decades in the making and has more than enough villains to go around. Casting blame is pointless - it is time to move forward. The housing crisis has created economic problems beyond just housing, the economy as a whole has been severely affected. Remedies for specific economic segments will not be sufficient....   [tags: Economics]

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The Second Shift: Current and Future Prospects of The Relationship Between Gender and Labor

- The Second Shift Current and Future Prospects of Relationships As soon as a girl child is born, she is socialized into being caring and loving personality and given doll houses to play with; in short she is being trained to become a good home maker as soon as she realizes the gender difference. She is referred to as “a pretty girl” rather than “a tough girl.” The reference is still the same in the society that I was brought up in. The process of socialization and cultural indoctrination is not much different than during the times of my mother....   [tags: Sociology]

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Jane Addams : Women 's Rights

- Assignment # 1 • Why does Jane Addams think women should have the right to vote. Please summarize her argument in your own words. Jane Addams thinks women should have the right to vote to be more successful in properly running their households duties. She believes since society is constantly changing, the role of the women should expand in an effort to keep up with the societal changes around them. She wants the women to follow in the footsteps of the British women and to get liberated from the old beliefs that kept them restricted to operate only from the inside of their homes....   [tags: Democracy, Women's suffrage, Switzerland]

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The Cashless Economy With Two Countries

- II. Model Consider a cashless economy with two countries, each with individual fiscal authority and the central bank. A representative household in one country seeks to maximize her lifetime utility by choosing the amount of consumption max┬{c_it^a,c_it^b } ⁡〖E_0 ∑_(t=0)^∞▒〖β^t u(c_it^a,c_it^b)〗〗 (1) for i=1,2, which is the index for households in each country, and 0<1. c_it^a represents the goods producing in country a and consumed by the household in country i....   [tags: Central bank, Inflation, Monetary policy]

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Humor in Assemblywomen by Aristophanes

- Humor in Assemblywomen by Aristophanes Assemblywomen, by Aristophanes, posits a system in which the institution for the transfer of wealth within a patrimonial line is subverted by a system that closely resembles the ordering of a Greek household. In Assemblywomen, the women take power and redesign the social mechanisms. Although the Assemblywomen radically change some elements of the Greek social institution, such as private property and sexual limitation, the women remain, although in an expanded form, within the structure of a household....   [tags: Assemblywomen Aristophanes Essays]

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Single Parenting : A Single Parent

- Everyone has a family, rather it is with your biological relatives or long-time friends. A lot of people have been raised in different types of households rather it is with a grandparent or a foster parent. Everyone has their own individual story of their particular support system. In most cases, people have been raised with both parents, which is ideal in this society. As years gone by, a lot of changes have occurred within raising a family, whether it be getting raised by a LGBT couple or being raised by a sibling....   [tags: Family, Mother, Divorce, Marriage]

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Parental Choice Experiment And Post Game Interviews

- In this chapter, we report a finding of our parental choice experiment and post-game interviews in Ethiopia. It has been widely reported that the gender of the parents can affect parental investment in children. This view is held across disciplines from the natural sciences (evolutionary biology) to the social sciences (social anthropology) with different explanations as to why they do so. However, few studies combined the gender difference with other potential determining factors to see the consistency in this finding....   [tags: Mother, Family, Parent, Father]

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How Globalization is Changing World Governments Compared to Plato and Aristotle's Government

- The way the government structure is organized has been changing ever since humans began to live in a polis. The ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle believed that humans were political animals, thus the reason for organizing ourselves into a political state. However the way governments are organized, and which political system works best has been the centrepiece for many violent conflicts in the past, and will continue to challenge the world into the future. Yet a new form of organization is taking place in the 21st century and has been given the term “globalization.” With the onset of globalization many of those in government have had to change their governing style in order to keep up with...   [tags: Globalization, Governments, Plato, Aristotle]

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A Family Is A Social Foundation

- A family is a social foundation found in all societies. It unites people in supportive system as they care for one another. In many countries, including the U.S., families form around marriage and are seen as a legal relationship. Patterns of marriage and relationship vary around the world. There are four general marriage patterns around the world endogamy, exogamy, polygamy, and monogamy. Family support is a system involving two married individuals providing care and stability for their children....   [tags: Family, Marriage, Mother, Sibling]

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Outcomes for Children of Gay and Lesbian Parents

- Children of gay and lesbian parents have the same potential as other children despite living in a nontraditional household, a growing trend in America. Same-sex parented families face many struggles such as discrimination based on sexual orientation of the parents. Individuals who do not support same-sex marriage or same-sex parenting believe that the child will not be raised in a stable household. Multiple studies have confirmed that a parent’s sexual orientation does not heavily influence a child’s performance in school or their social behavior....   [tags: Same-Sex Marriage Essays, nontraditional family]

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Who Controls the Private Sphere in an Archaic Greek Society

- Who Controls the Private Sphere in an Archaic Greek Society Abstract: Texts, such as Oeconomicus, reveal that while men in Archaic Greek society had authority over their wives, they were too confident of their control, and once they taught women how to act and behave they granted women authority over the household or private sphere. This segregation of the public and private spheres allowed women control not only over the private sphere, but also some control over her own life. Did women in Archaic Greek society have control over their lives....   [tags: Women Power Greek Greece Essays]

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Opposing Sides : Feminism And Anti Feminism

- Opposing Sides: Feminism and Anti-Feminism Throughout the twentieth century, there have been many drastic changes with regards to the political, vocational, and everyday lives of women. The woman’s overwhelming response to these changes formed two opposing forces known as the feminists and the anti-feminists. Feminists support the belief that women are equal to men in every facet of life and are not to be “brainwashed” into following a submissive housewife role. On the opposing side, anti-feminists believe that a woman’s responsibility is to be a homemaker and to take care of their children and families above other obligations....   [tags: Feminism, Gender, Gender role]

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A Modern Division of Labor and Gender Norms

- Modern feminists might gasp if I assert patriarchy once allowed efficient economic organization, but the tools of modern political economy unveil the mystery of why inegalitarian gender norms were once economically efficient. Evolving modes of production and material constraints necessitate an efficient division of labor guided by socialized gender norms that adapt to economic macroconditions. Gary Becker and Torben Iversen understand an economic division of labor differently given their different historical-material conditions....   [tags: feminists, political economy, gender]

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Pricing Policies Of The Retail Energy Market

- Price ceilings are one of the pricing policies used by the government to set limits on the maximum price a firm can charge for a product in a market (Perloff, 2004), for example, a price ceiling on tariffs in a retail energy market. Davis and Kilian (2011) explain that the retail energy market refers to a market in which gas, electricity and in some cases heating oil are purchased from manufacturers or as in most markets a sole manufacturer by suppliers to be supplied to households (consumers). The retail energy market in different countries can be classified under different market structures, quite often under a natural monopoly or a competitive market, though not perfectly competitive....   [tags: Economics, Monopoly, Economic efficiency]

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The Art of Democratic Parenting

- When children are growing up, they often wonder why their friend’s parents act differently than theirs. Some might even complain to their parents by saying “But my friend’s parents let her do that” or “My friend’s parents bought him/her this toy”. Although, it may be hard to explain to your child why it is important for you to say no to something’s, it will be better for them in the long run. Some parents may not realize but everyday things such as food choices, toy or games they play with and the responsibilities they have at home can affect their lives forever and they will pass on the things you taught them to their children one day....   [tags: Parenting]

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The Parents Or One?

- Two Parents or One. In today’s society there are a lot of single parent households. Most of them being single black women. This is sad for kids because they have to grow up without a father figure. Some kids do okay without that father figure in their life, others really need it because it affects their behavior and personality in the long run. Single parent households aren’t as bad as people make it out to be. Yes, there is only one income coming but things can still be maintained. I come from a single parent household myself but I feel like my mother did a great job of raising me and preparing me for success....   [tags: Family, Mother, Parent, Father]

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The Inequality Of Gender Roles

- The Inequality of Gender roles in Households for Married Women Women’s history has changed over the years. In 2016 we have a woman running for president for the first time. Women are getting promotions and raises in their work field. As for education, women are attending and graduating from college. Everything has been changing expect for Gender roles in a house hold. Can you believe men spend less time on housework than women. Once a woman comes home from work she cooks, cleans and take care of the kids....   [tags: Gender role, Gender, Woman, Transgender]

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The Pastoralization Of Housework By Jeanne Boydston

- “The Pastoralization of Housework” by Jeanne Boydston is a publication that demonstrates women’s roles during the antebellum period. Women during this period began to embrace housework and believed their responsibilities were to maintain the home, and produce contented and healthy families. As things progressed, housework no longer held monetary value, and as a result, womanhood slowly shifted from worker to nurturer. The roles that women once held in the household were slowly diminishing as the economy became more industrialized....   [tags: Home, Homemaker, Antebellum, Woman]

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The Effects of Poverty in a Country

- Background of the study There is broad evidence that poverty is the biggest problem in the economic, social and political terms for various nations (Statistics South Africa, 2012). Shah (2010) mentioned that more than 24,000 children die each day around the world. But how do we understand poverty. Generally, poverty is described as lack of happiness (Van Praag and Carbonell, 2005) and/or having a daily income of less than fifty percent household disposal income (Marks, 2005). Poverty cannot only be based from their daily income and household consumption but also to the satisfaction that one feels about his/her present conditions which is a great challenge to government’s policy....   [tags: poverty, education, birth, war]

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Failures in Research Measuring the Standard of Living

- Standard of living was measured by household asset and material possessions; using an INFHS standard of living index. Possessions were given a weighted average and added up. Each household was assigned to a quintile that ranges from high to lower quintile. Asset indices measure SEP at the household level in an attempt to quantify the material aspects of living conditions and its interpretation is hinged on the relationship of the individual to the household. Subramanian et al failed in measuring life course SEP....   [tags: assets, indicator, gender]

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Husband's Gender Ideology

- In response to why women remain investing significantly more time in unpaid housework than men (see Shelton and John, 1996; Coltrane, 2000 for a thorough review) and specialised in types of housework, empirical work done by researchers in economics background focuses on relative resource approach that builds on Becker’s model of exchange. Nevertheless, the economic approach is far from satisfactory in explaining why married women who are financially independent perform more housework than their spouses....   [tags: Gender Roles, Women ]

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Blindness In Tartuffe Essay

- Blindness Leads to Disruption in Tartuffe In Moliere's Tartuffe, Orgon’s blind eye to the disruption Tartuffe brings into the household causes relationships in the household to severely suffer. Orgon sees Tartuffe as someone equal to a priest while the rest of the household sees him as an imposter and a hypocrite. Everyone in the household can see Tartuffe stringing Orgon along like a puppet, except for Orgon himself. Orgon’s delusional thoughts concerning Tartuffe and his lack of care for his family’s well being prevent him from upholding his responsibilites of a husband and father....   [tags: Tartuffe, Molière, Marriage, Family, Molière]

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Working Poor: Food Insecurity

- Intervention There are several programs in the Muncie area that assist those who are dealing with food insecurity. Some of these programs are: Indiana school breakfast and lunch program, Second Harvest Food bank and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance program. These three programs help those who suffer from food insecurity but do so in different ways. The Indiana School Breakfast and Lunch Program is a program open to those children who live in a low income household. “National School Lunch Program (NSLP) is a Federal entitlement program open to public and nonprofit private schools and residential child care institutions....   [tags: food bank, emergency food, shelters]

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Examining Gender Roles Through an Econimic Lens

- When undertaking an analysis of gender roles in society, there are many different, yet intersecting, avenues that can be traveled. One such avenue is one of economic impetus, that is to say examining gender roles in a given society or culture through the lens of the economic realities that are present in said society or culture. When pursuing an analysis of this nature, three questions must be asked and answered. The first involves an examination of how economic circumstances influence and are influenced by other societal factors such as cultural or religious ideologies....   [tags: culture, class, income]

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Women and their Roles in Pre-Industrial Europe

- The Women, Family, and Household of Pre-Industrial Europe Many of people today feel trapped inside their homes, just how the women of Pre-Industrial Europe felt. Working day in and day out inside the homes, just to keep the family together, and make a little money on the side, these women were an integral part of Pre-Industrial families. Not only were the women important to Pre-Industrial European families, but so were the households. Much of the money was made in the households, and this is where families either succeeded or failed....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Gender Roles Of Women And Women

- Biologically women and men are different only because of their physique and genital organs, but culturally it raises a bigger question between the gender role of the two. Men and womens’ equality are seen to be equaling out with the advancement of the feminist movements, but the women are expected to fit this “ideal” woman standard that are causing challenges within work field and household dealing with sexism, inequality, and restrictions. Women are raised to take over household duties. Starting from a young age women are raised to do the cleaning, cooking, and just work around the house....   [tags: Homemaker, Housekeeping, Woman, Home]

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Consumer Research Stats Case Analysis

- Consumer Research, Inc. is investigating whether there is any correlation between specific characteristics of credit card users and the amount these users charge on credit cards. Their objective is to determine if these characteristics can accurately predict the annual dollar amount charged by credit card users. Data was collected from a sample of 50 credit card consumers presenting information on the annual income (referred as Income), size of household (referred as Household), and the annual credit card charges (referred as Charges) for these consumers....   [tags: Consumer Research]

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Feminist Theory And Gender Roles

- The emotional, sexual, and psychological stereotype of females instantly begins as soon as the doctor says “it’s a girl”. Feminist theory mostly focuses on gender roles, gender inequalities and women equal rights. Therefore, one can relate the feminist theory to the family, in the sense that a family is consisted of individuals, and for that particular family to function, each entity as a certain role to play. The feminist theory determines that gender roles are socially cultivated which are most taught by one’s family....   [tags: Feminism, Gender role, Feminist theory]

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Same-Sex Marriage: All for Love and Love for All

- The faint beep from a machine echoes in a hospital room, no one is in the room to react to the noise. The partner of the patient is not allowed to see him during his last moments alive because they are not legally married. Marriage equality is much more than just a piece of paper or a word; it gives rights to those who would not have them without marriage. Marriage equality should be allowed in all 50 states because without it the country can never be truly successful. Marriage is known as being united to someone legally, regardless of gender or age....   [tags: partner, traditional marriage]

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No Respect for Servants in History and Present Day

- Shakespeare throughout many of his famous stories glorified famous figures due to the fact they would take care of everything and everyone. In large households during the Elizabethan Era, masters would hire servants or nannies to perform duties that they could not finish due to the fact of not having time or being busy all the time with business. Servants did not receive the respect they deserved even though they took pride in their roles and responsibilities. After five hundred years, these ethics have carried their way into our world today....   [tags: nanny, elizabethan era, salary]

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Should Society Abandon Grid Relationship Of Preference And Energy Independence Just Because It Saves Money?

- Should society abandon grid connection in preference to energy independence just because it saves money. If society were to just abandon grid connection for the sole purpose of saving money, I would say that they would be delusional. On the surface, abandoning grid connection may appear to be a great idea as it is an environmentally friendly means of producing energy while also allowing for households to experience energy cost savings (Kortenhorst, Hansen, & Mandel, 2014). However, there are many other factors that society has yet to consider with regards to abandoning the grid in favor of energy independence....   [tags: Photovoltaics, Solar cell, Photovoltaic module]

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Food Insecurity And Its Effects On A Variety Of Health Outcomes

- In 2013 17.5 million households were food insecure, or had trouble providing the food needed because of a lack economic of resources. Of these 17.5 million households that were food insecure, 6.8 million household have very low food security, previously called food insecurity with hunger (Coleman-Jensen, Gregory, & Singh, 2013). Food insecurity has been shown to have a negative effect on a variety of health outcomes. Food insecurity is associated with deficiencies of nutrient rich food, poorer self-reported health, mental health issues, increased rate of chronic disease, cognitive issues for children, and higher rates of obesity (Cook, et al., 2004; Lee & Frongillo, 2001; Martin & Lippert, 2...   [tags: Food security, Food, Poverty, Eating]

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Gender Link to Housework

- Several scholarly articles have examined the division of work within a home with various ways to test that gender is linked to the predominant amount of work done around the home (Doucet, 1995). All previous works have come to the same conclusion, women do almost all the work in the home across the globe examining many faucets (Doucet, 1995). When looking at this particular topic we must remember that in the nineteen eighties we just started to examine “gender equality” and “gender differences” (Doucet, 1995)....   [tags: women, equality, division]

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Muslims Believe The Qur’an Is God's Exact Words

- The Qur’an is the sacred text of Islam. Those who identify themselves as Muslims believe that the Qur’an is God’s exact words. Muslims believe that the Qur’an was revealed verbally by the Angel Gabriel to the Prophet Muhammad. Men and women are seen as equals in the eyes of Allah but injustice and inequality always happens to take place. In the Muslim family the man is the leader of his household and whomever lives with him in the home. The big decisions are always made by the man of the house, the women may be able to put in her opinion but the man ultimately will always have the last word on the matter....   [tags: islam, religion, obedient]

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