After I reviewed all the stages for an interview, I figured that I would be comfortable with all of the six stages. I know that I will be comfortable with all of them because my interviewee will be somebody I am very familiar with. It is not going to be uncomfortable or intimidating to conduct an interview with someone you know. In the case where it is somebody that I was not familiar with then I would use the first stage. I would be most comfortable with the arrival stage because it involves small talk.
Have you ever heard of the “Ung” family? My family history lies in the Ung family. The Ung family originated from Asia in the country of Cambodia. My dad was the first of the Ung family to make his way to America in 1986. My parents had many challenges for this new transition to moving to America.
Whether it was under peaceful conditions, like the Hayter family, or due to ethnic discrimination, like the Mirelowitz family, 19th century America flourished with immigrants from all over the world. In 1911, Walter Hayter, a son among thirteen children, sailed to the United States from Purleigh, England and worked on a farm in Michigan until he was able to send for his family. For the most part, the Hayter family migration passed mostly with ease, only facing a complication in the form of illness, which was contracted during their voyage. Fortunately, they were nursed back to full health at a hospital in Ellis Island. Despite the fact that many families simply relocated to America under their own will, many families were forced to leave everything
Genograms are a great way to organize different subtypes of your family. You can organize a genogram with generations, authority, power, and age. When I organized my family in these groups I realized that age sometimes does not correlate to how much power the family member may have. I thought I knew everything about my family members and their roles but, after doing this assignment it made me make better conclusions why some people have more say than other do in the family. Genograms also helps make connections why you are not as close to some family members but closer to others.
Interview Questions for African American Families Please find a person of African American descent to interview. The person needs to at least 21 years of age. Please inform the person that this interview is for an assignment in class (educational purposes only) and the information provided will remain confidential. Please try to obtain more than “sound bites” yes/no answers. Asked follow up questions if the interviewee’s answers are too brief (ex: Can you please provide an example or elaborate, tell me more etc..).
I come from a family of hardworking and extremely determined people who never stop looking forward. It dates way back to the 1950s overcoming abject poverty in the rural South. My ancestors worked as sharecroppers, this proved for a better quality of life and better opportunity for employment. My family today keeps that legacy going -- we keep looking forward. We are basically like any other family.
As the whole development of an adolescent takes place within his/her own perception, within the family at home and at school with peers, the conflicts and changes of these will act as the associated factors for the emotional and behavioral problems of them. Age, gender, ethnicity, religion and habits such as sleep pattern and habit of substance abuse are the individual factors that determine the emotional and behavioral health. A sense of security at home and in the immediate environment, such as in neighborhoods and at school has a significant impact on the mental wellbeing of adolescents. Family related issues at home such as the monthly income of the family, parents’ conflicts, and parent’s habits, relationships with parents and siblings and having caring, supportive and trusted relationships with family members are important factors behind the healthy development of adolescents.
The cultural revolution lasted for 10 years from 1966-1976 the cultural revolution was a hard long time for the chinese youth and elderly. During the revolution there was a young girl named Ji-LI she was a 12 girl at the beginning at the end she is 14 Ji-Li is the main character of the story. Because of her bravery and affection she made it through the cultural revolution. But as her mind matured she realized the cultural revolution was not such a good idea. Ji-Li was very brave more than one account.