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Marriage Counseling - Case Study

delivery system, race, gender, and socioeconomic status have become important issues to consider when formulating therapeutic stra...

Walton: "Mississippi: An American Journey"

the American one" (Bernstein, 1996). Walton says that there is "something almost unspeakably primal and vicious about Mississippi...

Dickens/Utilitarianism & Hard Times

he is absolute appalled that Sissy does not know the scientific definition for "horse," and that his own children have been tempte...

Families: Then and Now

author notes, importantly, that, "There is no medium more powerful than television in shaping the way people view family life" (Ja...

A Health and Nutrition Education Plan

their functioning around food, including monitoring their fat and sugar in-take and improving their diet as a whole. The whole fa...

Enterprises Owned by Families

in these businesses face different challenges than others because there is a family dynamic and a business dynamic. Often, if ther...

Family Studies - The Feminist Approach

feminists that marriage and the family exploit the female is not unique. This is also seen in Marxist theories, for example Zarets...

Moody and Chopin: The Corrupting Power of Family

a corrupting force through the influence of inherited societal prejudice. This paragraph helps the student analyze the particula...

Major Theories of Family Crisis and Adaptation

stressors that are present at any given time are more than can be mitigated for through the general adaptations and minor changes ...

Real Life, TV Families and 'Looking for Work' by Gary Soto

In three pages this paper discusses how television families influence a child's images about his family and himself as Gary Soto's...

Dual Religions in a Single Family

One family's trials and tribulations associated with dual Catholicism and Judaism religious customs are examined in a research pap...

Piaget versus Kohlberg on Moral Development

predetermined age; moral development continues as the person ages and gains more knowledge, his or her morals also change based on...

Contemporary Family and the Father's Role

In ten pages this paper discusses the growing roles of fathers in modern families with distinctions between gay and African Americ...

Trees Symbolism in 'A Good Man is Hard to Find' by Flannery O'Connor

This paper consisting of five pages examines the symbolism of trees in terms of the family's fate in this famous Flannery O'Connor...

Injustice in 'Metamorphosis' by Franz Kafka

In five pages this research paper examines the theme of injustice as it is represented in Gregor Samsa's deteriorating condition a...

Analysis of The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner

In six pages this paper analyzes the Southern family decline as represented by the Compson clan in The Sound and the Fury and also...

Ordering and Montage in The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner

In five pages this pape examines how William Faulkner's splicing montage techniques are applied to presenting a family's many comp...

Jonathan Harr's A Civil Action

In 12 pages this essay considers the five families who brought a lawsuit against the chemical companies responsible for poisoning ...

Taking Care of the Elderly

The author considers the difficulties facing families who decide to care for elderly relatives with Alzheimer's. The author analyz...

Family Survival of a Stroke

in treatment involves helping the patient return to the community. If rehabilitation has occurred for the most part in the home, t...

Family Systems of China

In seven pages traditional and contemporary Chinese families are compared in terms of marriage customs, power according to gender,...

African American Families, Noncustodial Fathers and Social Work Strategies

In twelve pages this paper examines the all too common scenario of African American families without custodial fathers in terms of...

Family in Decline and TV Viewing

In five pages this paper discusses how the family unit has declined as television watching by family members has significantly inc...

Middle Ages and Family Life

In six pages family life as it existed during the Middle ages is considered in a description of classes and how the family was inf...

Family Therapy Approaches

In five pages Bowen's reciprocal relationship concepts, Milan's systemic theories, and cognitive and behavioral approaches are app...

Overview of Family Communication

governing family communication attempt to control miscommunication across interpersonal boundaries (Petronio, et al, 1998). Mai...

Medical Policies and Family Vigilance

In five pages the hospitalization of a relative is examined in a discussion of family vigilance during this time period with recom...

Concept of Family Integrity

In seven pages family and family integrity concepts are defined and issues of privacy are also examined. Eight sources are cited ...

The family in Great Expectations

existence of alcohol. To him, the rotting barrels that once housed unlimited supplies of beer were symbolic of how he viewed Miss...