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Family

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The State of the Family

IntroductionIronically, and while American society continues to emphasize the importance of the family unit to the nation's well-being, a number of realities are in fact creating threats to such units. Increased mobility, younger generations demanding autonomy at earlier ages, and failures of the government to promote the family's interest and...

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Family and Social Class

For the most part, the most difficult part of abiding by a set budget, regardless of the available resources and necessary expenses, would be unexpected circumstances that aren’t covered in the budget. For example, the death of a family member can be costly (funeral expenses, loss of household income if...

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“Family To Family – Leaving A Lasting Legacy” By Jerry Pipes And Victor Lee (1999)

AbstractPipes and Lea have in the work “Family to Family…”have provided the main message in six chapters that have outlined how parents are the source to finding the significant and effective family experience they can pass to their children about Christian faith and for developing for the path of Christian...

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Television and the American Family

“After World War II, the press generally promoted the establishment and the stability of American families; the nation needed this readjustment and security after the tumult of the war years” (Mock, 011, p. 29). As the old saying goes “life imitate arts” and vice versa. This is a true statement...

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Genogram: Hernandez Family

Elena and Juan Hernandez both seem to have experienced maltreatment in their childhood years from their parents. Although the intention of their parents was to discipline them, the look on their faces as they narrate their experiences to the counselor suggests that they were traumatized to some extent. By address...

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Food Traditions, Family Identity & Social Structure

The Meal Family meals on special occasions are an important part of tradition, which in some ways can connect many generations together in a ritualistic way. Recipes a family passes down from generation to generation may continue to be prepared on a certain holiday, even though every other remnant of...

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Love And Family

Benjamin Franklin, a famous author once revealed that ‘a man without a wife, is a half man’. I believe he meant that for a man’s life to be complete he must marry and therefore one who does not marry cannot live a complete life. Marriage enables a man to have...

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ELL and Family Participation in the Community

AbstractEnglish language learners (ELL) are part of the largest growing student population in almost all states. Participation of the family and community in ELL is undermined by a number of factors that include; diverse cultural norms, limited understanding of English and unfamiliar school systems. These factors may inhibit proper interactions...

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Family and religion

Healthcare therapists can provide culturally appropriate medication, especially for individuals from minority groups. There is a significant cultural difference between people born in the US or EU and migrants from the Muslim world to the West. As immigrants try to switch to the new cultural environments, they become more susceptible...

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Family Law

People fall in love everyday and every weekend there are countless marriages taking place all over the United States. However, when reflecting upon whether or not it’s fair to not allow everyone opportunity at marriage, the government simply appears to be taking control of an institution they created. When the...

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Natural Family Planning and Contraception

The article being studied, “Myths and Consequences,” addresses the issue of whether or not birth control is acceptable, especially to certain religious groups. The Catholic Church, in particular, has always been against all forms of birth control except the “rhythm method,” and believes that sex within marriage should serve the...

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Family Life Cycle

Family life cycle defines the emotional and intellectual phases that an individual goes through from childhood to the retirement stage. Each stage has its own challenges. These challenges are important since it equip one with new skills and knowledge. Various experiences such as severe sickness, financial difficulties or demise of...

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Importance of the Family Unit in the Hispanic Community

In the Hispanic community the family unit holds a special place in the culture and in community organization. The Hispanic community is defined as those persons who consider Spanish to be their maternal language, with ancestry that includes Spanish or Latin American roots. The Hispanic culture is not a homogenous...

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My Philosophical Perspectives On Family And Community Engagement

Learning is key in the lives of children, and it is important that each of them is provided with a conducive environment for learning (Berns, 2012). There are many aspects that influence children's learning abilities, some of which cannot be controlled by human beings. However, others are concerned with the...

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Human Family Tree

It is a highly interesting thought that every human being might be related in some way. With so many people currently living on the planet, it is strange to think of the time when only certain parts of the world were occupied. This is exactly the goal of the documentary,...

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The Ideal Family

My idea of an ideal family is based on such values as pure respect and understanding among all family members. Much will also depend on the dynamics in the family and the ability to overcome various challenges together. If a family consists of the adults and children, then no age...

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Human Family Tree Video

Manhattan, New York, is considered one of the most diverse places on earth. Spencer Wells, a geneticist, and his team take DNA from people in Queens, NY, and find that people from many countries are there at a street fair. National Geographic and IBM, as part of the Genographic Project,...

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The Importance of Family

The important of family-professional alliances is an integral part of counseling. Dispositions and personal and family characteristics all make a difference. This is something that the counselor needs to focus on, especially in terms of strengths of each person Not only are the skills and training of the counselor essential...

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Family Strengths

While thinking of the challenging situations, surrounding family settings, strengths comprise driving factors for finding stability and the common ground when it comes to dealing with the challenging circumstances. To clearly outline the strengths of my family, I will refer to the strong sense of responsibility, readiness to help and...

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What is Family?

Family means differently among many people. Family is one of the most important social group in the society. It provides a basis for individuals to grow, learn and acquire most values as well as finding a belonging. Without the family, most people will not have been who they are today....

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