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  • Issues Of Autonomy For Mr Gordon
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    Autonomy vs. Paternalism In Mental Health Treatment The assignment for this Ethics class was to review Mr. Jacob's treatment, as described by the New York State Commission on Quality of Care for the Mentally disabled (1994). The class was further asked to comment on the major issues for each of the three perspectives. The agencies, family and review board were to be included. This student will begin with a fourth perspective; that of Mr. Gordon. In the Matter of Jacob Gordon (1994), is the story...
  • Meadowview Family Resource Center
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    Birth & Beyond of Sacramento, is a non-profit health care agency whose main focus is to provide family support services in a form of family resource centers and home visitations where a personal home visitor is recruited from the same neighborhood they serve to provide the caregiver the help he / she needs on how to give a better care for the child. Their mission is to support the caregiver in all areas such as job referral and training, how best to communicate with other parents in the neighbor...
  • Role Of Provider Lisette
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    I Like it Like That is a commentary on the struggles of a Latino family trying to survive in a Bronx community in New York City. It tells the story of Lisette Linares, a young black Latina who lives with her bicycle-messenger husband Chino and their three children Li'l C, Minnie, and Pee Wee in a perpetually cramped walkup on Findlay and 167th in the Bronx. The story begins with a bleak existence for our main character Lisette. Although the streets of the inner city constantly boil with activity...
  • My Understanding Of The Family Systems Theory
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    Claude Guldner's essay The Emerging Family, provides an excellent review of lesson one in the reading selection of, Families in Canadian Society. Throughout both contents of the readings I was surprised to see how they similarly complemented one another, both discuss issues of the progression of the family life cycle, as well as the traditional family. With the knowledge I have gained from my studies, I will discuss how Claude Guldner's essay provides similar form, and objectives to that of less...
  • New Country Mr Shimerda
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    The Inability to Provide for His Family, and Why it Drove Mr. Shimerda to Suicide My Antonia, by Willa Cather, is a novel about Jim Burden and his relationship and experiences growing up with Antonia Shimerda in Nebraska. Throughout the book Jim reflects on his memories of Nebraska and the Shimerda family, often times in a sad and depressing tone. One of the main ways Cather is able to provoke these sad emotions within the reader is through the suicide of Antonia's father, Mr. Shimerda. His deat...
  • Worker With Job Security
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    Due to the present economy, individuals must have a varied career in order to support their families above the poverty line. While this can provide an individual with a stressful existence it also provides them with the ability to become a stronger person from within. Companies are resorting to part-time employees in order to cut overhead costs. With a company resorting to part-time workers they can cut the cost of having benefits as well as lower wages. For the worker this begins a long week of...
  • Role Of Good Provider
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    Aspects of Marriage The role of "provider" has changed through out time. Bernard quotes the 23rd Psalm along with Exodus 16: 12-13. In relation to these Bible verses Bernard says this, "In fact, in this role of good provider, God is sometimes almost synonymous with Providence". She goes on to say that "the first great provider for the human species was God, the Father, surely the second great provider for the human species was Mother, the gatherer, planter, and general factotum". At this point i...
  • Canadian Family Through Love And Emotional Support
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    Living in a fast paced society, social well beings are beginning to slip away in our daily lives including family. Family is defined as any combination of two or more parents who are bound together over time by ties of mutual consent, birth and / or adoption / placement and who, together, assume responsibility for variant combinations. Through this connection, affective nurturance, physical maintenance and care of group members, and production and consumption of goods and services are obtained. ...
  • Role Of The Family
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    The role of family has had a significant influence on individuals since the beginning of mankind, and still to this very day. The quality of our social relationships in groups such as family members or friends is the standard against which many of us judge the quality and happiness of our lives. Group connections provide individuals a sense of well being and hence form loyalty and responsibility towards others. The family is the most important one of all the groups that we belong. This essay aim...

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