Instead, if you manage to handle both your job and your family or in the other words, balance your domestic and professional roles, then you may become the role model of your children especially your daughters and may give them inspiration that if their mother can do it now, they can do it too in the future. Your children will look up to you and they will develop determination to follow your steps later in their life. Moreover, a working woman can make a role mother by instilling the sense of self confidence and the ability to set and achieve goals to her children. This may end up with developing a son or daughter with large confident within themselves and get ready to accept and cope with any challenges in their life. Also, they may be more broad-minded and receptive to new ideas, since they break the traditional myths that place women as homemakers instead of working professionals.
Beneatha, Lena’s daughter, has a dream of becoming a doctor so she wants to use some of the money for medical school. Tension grows within the family as Lena and Walter butt-heads on what the money should be used for. Lena uses thirty-five hundred of the ten thousand to buy a nice house for her family. Walter take this as an action directly against him and it sends him into a depression. After seeing how broken walter has become, Lena realizes that it is her duty as a mother to support her child and entrust walter with the remainder of the money and instructs him to put three-thousand in the bank for Beneatha’s tuition and use the rest for whatever he sees fit.
When Esperanza goes to work in America to earn money, there are strikes going on about how people don’t get paid enough for working. Esperanza takes the job because she needs the money to help her mom who is sick and in the hospital and to earn money, so that her grandma can come to America. Esperanza is a brave 12 year-old
Walter desperation increases when he sees that Mama it is an obstacle in his dreams. Mama, has to make a decision, about what to do with the money. She gives a down payment for a house. She chose a house in a withe neighbor, Clybourne Park. When Mama gives the new to their children Beneatha and Ruth were very happy.
It’s like, always wanting more than you have and you have to do something big about it to make the littlest thing happen. Esperanza and her family, Alicia, and Sally feel the similar way throughout the book. Esperanza and her family have been hoping for a long time to get this house that would be extensive to fit her whole family. Alicia is hopeful to become prosperous in her life. Then unlike the other two situations, Sally is hopeful to get away from her abusive home.
The author accomplishes to transform Gilly into a real girl who cares about people; people who became her family and who had unconditional love for her. But at the end she got what she wanted since the early beginning, she shaped her destiny and met her mom and went to live somewhere closer to her. Paterson made the plot of this story in such a particular way so Gilly could change her point of view about the people around her and see that her actions would always bring
Hansberry's Raisin in the Sun is set in a one-bedroom apartment shared by three generations of the Younger family: Walter and Ruth, their son Travis, Walter’s sister Beneatha, and their mother Lena. The Younger family is waiting for a $10,000 life insurance check resulting from the father’s recent death. The windfall represents a kind of liberation to the family with the central conflict over how to spend the money. Mama (Lena) puts down a payment on a house in an all-white neighborhood (Clybourne Park), while Walter wants to invest in a liquor store. Mama relents, with the condition that they carve out $3,000 for Beneatha’s college education.
Eventually because the case goes to trial, Brockovich is judged by her 2 divorces and 3 kids. The doctor is then given benefit of doubt as his attorney persuades the jury that a single-struggling mother would presumably target somebody who has cash to help her financially. Erin Brockovich forces Edward Masry to let her work in his Law Firm Erin Brockovich got connected to Ed when she asked Ed to contest for her accident case. She forced him to hire her in front of the whole office and Edward was a kind and respectful person and to protect his reputation was withdrawn to reject Erin from working at the law firm. This was an unethical behavior shown by Erin as she purposefully forced Edward to hire him on the argument that his firm had full number of employees and Erin won the argument by declaring that they weren’t returning her calls which shows that there weren’t enough of the employees
She indulged in the charity work with the aim of assisting the victims of domestic and sexual violence. She was able to lay a vision and workout strategies that were meant to ensure that her vision was achieved. She exhibits her natural leadership skills in business management, vision, and as well development of long-range goals. Her main strength is the ability to influence others to join her course even when they can’t see her perception on the issue (Russell, 2001). She has managed to attract the right people around herself who assist her in career and as well in the social
The group consisted of women who brought fifty dollars to the group every month and donated it all to one family who needed it the most. This confused Kennedy because he did not understand why his family had to give almost all of their money to another family. Kennedy did not grow up in a wealthy family. Kennedy’s family always struggled to make ends meet, until his mother started the group. When it was Kennedy’s family’s turn to receive the donations from the women’s group, he realized how it actually helped his family start to come out of poverty.