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    The Impact of Child Abuse on Parent/Child Relationships: Child abuse can cause many problems with the relationships between parents and children(Hugler1). It causes some kids to go into depression or stress(Hugler1). Child abuse can be dangerous to some children and I demand it be taken very seriously. Some children cause harm to themselves and in many cases, to others. It also causes them to have a decrease in their social life. The impact of child abuse on parent/child relationships causes mental

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    topic of the parent-child relationship is often something used and represented. This relation can be represented in different ways depending on the author and the genre but also depending on the effects it will have on the readership and on its goal in the story. A very simplistic and legal definition of what a parent-child relationship is can be given through the biological links. However, sometimes the relationship between a parental figure such as an adoptive father/mother and its child is not that

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    photographers alike. Relationships between people vary from the everyday dynamics and the significance in which they value one another and each connection between those relationships makes a different impact on the one of someone else. There are many relationships people form throughout their lives, for instance the primary relationships at the start of their lives, between parent and child, and siblings, which start in the home. A relationship between a parent and child has a special unspoken

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    role within the parent-child relationship is the role of teacher. A parent is the main socializing agent. He or she teaches personal integrity, self-determination, interpersonal skills, and core values from an early age (book). Primary parenting functions include ways of interacting with children to meet their needs (Bigner & Gerhardt, 2014). The initial lessons that parents share with their children are taught with the hopes of them becoming inherent. Although the lessons parents teach may evolve

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    Introduction In the two presented books, the main theme outlined in both texts is the theme of relationship between the child and parent. Chinua Achebe in his book, Marriage is a Private Affair developed this theme in the marriage perception outlining the conflict which occurred between a father and his son (Achebe 22). On the other hand, Alice Walker in her book, Everyday Use, developed a story of family who consist of a mother and her two daughters. One of her daughters proved to be rebellious

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    Parent-Child Relationship Essay

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    Parent-Child Relationships The topic I have chosen for my paper is that of relationship between parents and children. Some of the points that I will be discussing are child abuse, child neglect and how it can affect a child and the relationship with the parents. A parent-child relationship is a special relationship that has a huge effect on the way that the child will turn out. This relationship is formed through pregnancy, adoption, and step parenting. Parenting requires a great deal of

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    (Bowlby, 1969), the relationship between the child and the parent originates from a behavioral system that is noticeable by the infant’s need for safety, security, and support from their caregiver. Parents function as both a secure place for their child to discover their surrounding world and safe place in which they can return to the comfort and safety when they experience fear or discomfort (Ainsworth et al., 1978). If parents are thoughtful and respond to their child’s needs, the child is more prone

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    In the two-presented books, the main theme outlined in both texts is the theme of relationship between the child and parent. Chinua Achebe in his book, Marriage is a Private Affair developed this theme in the marriage perception outlining the conflict that occurred between a father and his son (Achebe 22). On the other hand, Alice Walker in her book, Everyday Use, developed a story of family who consist of a mother and her two daughters. One of her daughters proved to be rebellious and went against

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    The purpose of this paper is to observe the interactions of a parent-child dyad and apply aspects of the theories studied in class to the observation. Since my experience working with families is limited to brief interactions with infant children and their mothers, I have chosen to base my analysis off of “With or Without You: A Memoir” by Domenica Ruta (2013). This is a relevant topic because the parent-child relationship provides significant context for human development. In order to understand

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    In novel No-No Boy, Japanese-American writer, John Okada, tells a story centered around the life of a young Japanese-American boy named Ichiro Yamada who was seen and treated as a “No-No boy” during/after World War II. After Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States government ordered the mandatory relocation of people with Japanese ancestry regardless of their citizenships and incarcerated them in internment camps. In internment camps, Japanese Americans who refused to sign the Loyalty Oath

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