2/26/14… ENGLISH 100

27 Feb

-Priorities.. how in the book and society, priorities are skewed…

-Excessive  moving: geographic instability

-Neglectful parenting.. how it damages the children

-Alcoholism in a parent, or both parents…  the roles it creates in the family (i.e., the enabler, the hero, the scapegoat)

-Disrespect and discrimination…  judgment, perception, dismissal

-Parental consistency…

-Different parental strategies, and them having positive/negative RESULTS

-Nature vs Nurture???  How is the character determined???

Please add your thoughts, assistance, feedback to your colleagues.. AND, feel free to offer your AOE, if you haven’t already…

4 Responses to “2/26/14… ENGLISH 100”

  1. Amelia Figueroa February 27, 2014 at 7:41 am #

    Structure, or lack thereof.
    Responsibilities, or as previously mentioned; Priorities. They are definitely skewed to fit what the parents think is acceptable for them and their situation.

  2. Jacob February 27, 2014 at 7:32 pm #

    Effects on how the parents parents have on how Jeannette’s parents ways of parenting

  3. Savannah March 3, 2014 at 7:47 am #

    Neglectful parenting… What an interesting topic.
    I am digging into neglectful patenting and how it affects a child, primarily my fascination is on how it affects an infants development. There have been challenges on discovering facts or ideas on infants that are neglected I have slightly been forced to explore all the ages, not just specifically infants.
    So far what I have found is very disturbing as difficult to read.
    Still I search with the curiosity I have to drive.

  4. Kevin Ghilotti March 3, 2014 at 5:45 pm #

    The effects of alcoholic parents have on families and the roles that it creates within them.

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