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- Delinquent Daughters by Mary E. Odem touches on many topics involving women residing in the U.S. from 1885 to 1920. Not only does the book raise issues about women as a whole, but also it breaks the women into a more realistic view. Women?s age, race, religion, ethnicity and immigrant status, social class, and complex of morals are all used as means of classifying women for analyzing their sexual behavior.
- The American juvenile justice system was designed over 100 years ago to reform kids found guilty of minor crimes, minor crimes such as petty theft and truancy. Today, the system is becoming overwhelmed by crimes of violence. Stealing and skipping school have been replaced by rape, robbery, and murder.
- Xiao, the Chinese word for filial piety is the defining feature in Chinese culture as filial piety was extolled as the highest virtue in China for centuries. I subscribe to the school of thought that filial piety is the root of Chinese ethics and “with it all enlightening studies come into existence.
- Mutilation of children is usually presumed to be a remote custom. Examples such as the foot binding of Chinese daughters and the cranial deformations of certain Indians groups come readily to mind.
- In her book, Dubious Conceptions: The Politics of Teenage Pregnancy, Kristin Luker participates in the negotiated order of the United States by providing information to the information-gathering portion of the sympathetic process. Luker’s investigation of the issue of teenage pregnancy seeks not to provide information on what she perceives to be right or wrong but rather to provide the necessary background for an informed decision to be made.
- After Lee’s early years, the reader will learn of his schooling at the Military Academy, West Point, followed by his life in the Army before and after the Civil War.
- Regardless of age, race, sex or religion, divorce has devastating, often long-term, consequences. The immediate effects of divorce, such as hurt, anger and confusion, are evident in both children and adults. The longer-term effects are not so easy to pin point.
- Samuel Langhorne Clemens, known to his readers as Mark Twain, is now recognized as a prominent writer of the American Realism period. Twain’s novels are realists in their own rite. They explicate the value of morality and justice. His most famous work, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, is perhaps the greatest representation of his sarcastic social criticism.
- In her paper, Contesting Cultures, Uma Narayan discusses the influence of national cultural essentialism on attitudes toward Indian feminists. This paper will attempt to illustrate that there are striking similarities that exist in the Italian American culture with which I am familiar.
- The Sex Revolts (Harvard University Press, 1995), Reynolds’ and Press’ exciting book which looks at rock rebellion from the perspective of gender revolution, characterizes THE DOORS’ creativity (1965-71) in terms of a “phallic delirium” and a quintessential “burning virility” while comparing Jim Morrison himself to “an eternal nomad”.
- One night in September 1931 (Malcolm was six years old), after a fight caused Rev. Little to take a walk, Malcolm and his family were awakened by the terrible news of their father’s death by beating. A large insurance policy which Rev.
- the history of there immigration beginning in 1843 (Leathers, 6). Over the years, they have persevered through the trials and tribulations of discrimination and prejudice. The white community often discriminated them because of the misunderstanding of their language and culture.
- One out of three girls, and one out of seven boys, are sexually abused by the time they reach the age of eighteen.” The definition of incest is sexual intercourse between blood relatives: it is illegal to marry because of such a close relationship. There is now a discrepancy in the definition of incest that takes into consideration the betrayal of trust and the imbalance of power in a one-sided relationship.
- The growing number of children being sexually abused is leading to many problems in our society. As these abused children become adults, they are still traumatized by their childhood. +++which reports+++The reports investigated account for only a percentage of what really happens.
- He told them they could not go to ?Buckarama?(?Neal & Jesse Eldridge: Child Abuse Tragedy? 1), then tried to suffocate them. ?Neal said his father picked him up and threw him headfirst into a wall? (Haddigan 1). As he left, Rick told Neal and Jesse that when he returned ?he would beat them to death.
- There were ordinary, everyday people during the infancy of Rock N Roll in the 19 0 s who made it their mission in life to stop so-called obscene music like the Beatles song Lucy In the Sky With Diamonds, from polluting our airwaves and minds.
- The book Changes and Conflicts by Pyong Gap Min gives us an analysis on how and why Korean migration to the United States has altered their traditional family system. Allyn and Bacon published the book in 1998. The book focuses on changes in gender roles and marital relations.
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