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  • Donny And His Two Parents
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    The stories "Two Kinds" by Amy Tan and "Teenage Wasteland" by Anne Tyler have many similarities, yet are different in many ways. Both of these stories contain a conflict between parental figures and their children. The conflict in "Teenage Wasteland" involves Donny and his two parents, Daisy and Matt. They want Donny to succeed in school, both grade wise and socially. Donny, on the other hand, has a hard time in school whether it be because he doesn't fit in or because he doesn't apply himself. ...
  • Story Schwartz
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    The Trip to Halawa Valley By: Jay Babson " The Trip to Halawa Valley,' is a short story written by Lynne Sharon Schwartz. The story is about a son succeeding and getting married in Hawaii, and the reunification of his divorced parents. The parents become the main focus of the story when the son suggests that they go on a trip to Halawa Valley. In this story Schwartz is trying to show people that once you make a decision it is very hard to turn back on that decision. With all the characters, exce...
  • Parker's Article
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    Motherly Advice Did your mother read to you when you were six weeks old? Did she teach you how to do math problems when you were two? Recently, I read the Wisconsin Journal Sentinel and found an editorial on child development. Kathleen Parker's article, "First Three Years Aren't That Critical" tells us that parents today are putting to much emphasis on what the media and medical journals are saying, instead of using common sense. The article emphasizes that parents are going overboard on these n...
  • Situation Parents
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    It is an Unalienable Right Television censorship should not be implied. In the Bill of Rights the first amendment states that we have the Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition (Bill of Rights, 1971). If this country worked so hard in order to gain these rights and preserve them, why would it want to abolish them The constitution and the United States of America gave people these rights and freedoms so a person should be able to use them as they please. If the law put a barri...
  • Television Show Beverly Hills 90210
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    Does Television Shows Reflect American Culture? There are many movies and television shows that reflect American culture. A show or movie must address some current societal problem or trend in order to truly reflect American life; murder, rape, racism, and, on a less serious note, parties, shopping, and sports are topics that deserve serious consideration by the public and the media. The show Beverly Hills 90210 attempts to be an accurate portrayal of the life of a typical well-off American teen...
  • Shabanu's Parents
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    In some cultures, parents treat their children like slaves. They are forbidden by their parents to control their own lives. In Shabanu: Daughter of the Wind, Shabanu is a girl who struggles to please her parents, who often take advantage of their power over Shabanu to control her life. At first, her struggles are at home with small issues, but rapidly develop into larger matters. Dadi is furious after Shabanu begs him to save Mithoo. Shabanu's actions show that she has compassion, which is nothi...
  • T Vs Shows
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    I strongly believe that the show 7th Heaven should not be canceled! This show is a great family heart warming show, that should still be on the air. Critics love this show because it is not just a kid show where there is only cartoons and only stuff for kids, and it is not one of those soap Operas where its only for adults either. Its a show that the whole family can sit down and enjoy& laugh together. The show brings laughter and it also brings tears. It deals with real life situations that peo...
  • Show And Networks Like Mtv
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    During the last 50-60 years many families have chosen to leave America's urban areas in hopes to escape the social and psychological influences endemic of large cities. Seeking low crime rates, strong communities, and relative safety, these families have fled to the suburbs. With the advent of the modern talk show and networks like MTV, however, the reality is that everything they were trying to escape is now being piped directly into their living rooms. Television talk shows such as "Jerry Spri...

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