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  1. Should Both Parents Work

    Should Both Parents Work If you are married it is likely that both you and your spouse work outside the home. Dual income with no kids would be the norm. But, what happens when you and your spouse start having children? Realistically is it necessary for both parents to work while raising young chil

  2. Do Children Suffer When Parents Are Working?

    Here are a few ways that children suffer. 1. Lack of Income. One out of five experience various degrees of poverty even in wealthy areas. An ever increasing number of families are poor because both parents are working at low-paying, dead end jobs with no benefits. The results: Kids cannot ha

  3. Parents Influence on Children

    When two people decide to have a child, either knowingly or unknowingly, they make a vow to raise that child to the best of their abilities. While some parents are wonderful, loving, proud parents some are hurtful, abusive both physically or mentally, or just down right evil the impact they have is

  4. Parents and the Custody of Children

    Parents and the Custody of Children In today's world not many couples are staying in their marriages. Over 50% of marriages end up in divorce. Now the problem is what happens to the children? In the olden days courts would decide in favor of the mother without a second thought. But now times are ch

  5. Parents Should Not Spank Their Children

    Spanking has been the way of discipline for many years, but in reality it is child abuse. Spanking, also known as corporal punishment, to me is any kind of negative physical contact to a child with the intention to cause pain as a way of discipline. Anything from a pat on the butt, to the use of a

  6. Children Need Parents¡¯ Care

    The article ¡°An Insatiable Emptiness¡± was written by Evelyn Lau which can be a ¡°mirror¡± in this society. In the mirror, everyone can see how parents¡¯ careless attitude makes their children suffer from the unknown world. In the process of suffering, children lose their happiness, desir

  7. Stay Tuned: the Exploitation of Children in Television Advertisements

    Stay Tuned: The Exploitation Of Children In Television Advertisements Across America in the homes of the rich, the not-so-rich, and in poverty-stricken homes and tenements, as well as in schools and businesses, sits advertisers' mass marketing tool, the television, usurping freedoms from childre

  8. Work and Study at the Same Time: Not Always a Good Choice

    Work and study at the same time: not always a good choice Nowadays is very important and necessary for young people to have and manage their own money, that is why most of them decide to work and study at the same time, but sometimes to do both things simultaneously can bring some consequences t

  9. Two Parents or One?

    Two Parents Or One? Family life is much different today than what it used to be. Several years ago mothers would stay at home with their children while the father went to work to support his family, but it is nothing like that today in American households. Today it is common for childre

  10. Sooner or Later, Children Take on the Personalities of Their Parents

    Sooner or Later, Children Take on the Personalities of Their Parents I agree with this statement for many different reasons. But rather than start with my own children and my relationship with them, I feel to substantiate this claim I must go further back. I feel that the manner in which my mot

  11. Does Divorce of Parents Harm Children?

    Divorce has become prevalent, but what are its effects on children? Many researchers began studying this question in the 1970s, and they have learned a great deal about children and divorce. One thing researchers have learned is that we must distinguish between children's initial or short-term react

  12. Pyschosocial Development

    Running Head: Psychosocial Development An Analysis of the Stages of Psychosocial Development Shanniel Morrison Rutgers University Do you believe that interaction with our social environment affects our success in growth and maturity? The answer is yes. A significant

  13. The Effects of Lead Poison on Children

    The Effects of Lead Poison on Children Throughout the world today one out of every six children under the age of six are suffering from health disorders due to a poisonous metal known as lead(Kiwanis, 1996). Lead is a natural occurring bluish-grey metal found in the earth's crust. It has no tas

  14. Should Welfare Be Eliminated

    Imagine a society where there wasn't any government assistance. Do you think our society would be more productive or more poverty-stricken? There are occasions where we have very stereotypical views about the welfare program. Society has created the assumptions that it's minorities, unwed mothers

  15. Carter and Religion

    In his book, <u>The Culture of Disbelief</u>, author Steven Carter attempts to reconcile two modern concerns: religious significance and the importance placed on logical reasoning and understanding. He attempts to explain how religiously dedicated people can also be intelligent, rational persons wh

  16. Exceptional Children

    To answer the question, “are separate programs and pull-out programs harming high ability students?” I would have to state that with the development of a child, one job of the teacher has is to address where the student is at the present time, the goal of where to take them and how to accomplish

  17. Violence: Children Who Own the Streets

    Violence: Children Who Own The Streets There are many problems facing today's society. One of the problems is the violent condition that surrounds the lives of children in America. We are awarded of the violence among our juveniles because we read, hear and see it. The newspapers, magazines, n

  18. Evaulation Children Needs to Playnot Compete

    Evaluation: Children Need to Play, Not Compete You will find that competing through out life is something everyone experience. Sports are the most popular in society when it comes to competing. This is believable because when you play most sports, you play to win. In order to win you have to w

  19. Mothers That Work

    The Effects of Working Mothers on their Children One mother expresses her personal experience and opinion on the effects of her employment on the children "I am happy to see support for the mom who wants to work outside of the home. By my children seeing me go to work, I am teaching them the val

  20. The Life and Work of Anthony Burgess

    The Life and Work of Anthony Burgess "Autobiography: Story of one's life, written by oneself."(Halsey 64). Everyone knows what an autobiography is, but not so many people realize that although not all authors write a book that can be called a factual autobiography, many authors frequently allow p

  21. Affects on Children of Divorced Parents

    Affects on Children of Divorced Parents The topic of the term paper is children of divorced parents. We will look at how divorce affects children from a variety of age groups and genders as well as how they are affected during and after the divorce. There is not a lot of history of research a

  22. The Play Years

    The Play Years The play years, between the ages of two to six years is one of the most magic phases of a child’s (and their parent’s) lives. Children are very entertaining at this age and they are a great deal of fun to observe and interact with. These children have also reached one of the m

  23. Gay Marriage

    I do – the shortest sentence in the English language, and yet the fight for the freedom to utter these two words together has yielded one of the greatest social controversies of all time. The Stonewall riots let the world know that they exist – they were here, they were queer, but what next? The

  24. The Rights of Children in Law

    Under the eyes of the law, the rights of children always come first. Family law in Australia is child focused and the law is based on a philosophy of the best interests of the child. Divorce, same sex parents, separation and other issues that effect children in the family have to be deal

  25. How Parents Cope with Having Children with Disabilities

    No parent expects to have a child with a disability. Parents nearly always act strongly to the birth of a disabled child. It is important to consider their responses, because they happen to every parent, regardless of their educational, social or socioeconomic background. ¡§Most parents who mus

  26. Appropriate Characteristics in the Us College

    Independence Independence is one of the most important things in the challenge characteristic that international students should know of when they are planning to attend a U.S college. Independence which is known as a good and necessary personality in American life impregnate in their thinki

  27. Can Single Parents Raise Successful Children?

    Can Single Parents Raise Successful Children? Lavern Francis COM 220 Instructor James York August 17, 2008 Are children who grow-up in a single parent household more likely to struggle in school, get into trouble with the law, and develop serious social problems such as low self

  28. Missing Children: Should Parents Be Punished?

    The word “missing child” often calls to mind of tragic and frightening incident as it was always reported in the national news. Stories about missing children, especially those abducted, have always tugged at the heartstrings of all Malaysians. A total of 5996 children went missing from homes si

  29. Religious Exemption for Immunizations

    Laws requiring immunizations for school aged children to attend public schools have contributed to the great success of the United States immunization program. Several contagious, and sometimes lethal, diseases have been controlled and even eliminated from society as a result of this requirement (Sa

  30. We Must Work to Prevent Obesity in Children

    Americans are the fattest people on the planet and continue to expand. According to a survey of adult men and women in the United States during 1999-2000, published in JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association, 30.5% of Americans are obese, up from 22.9% ten years earlier, and ne