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When the speaker talks about the children, she uses words such as “little girl,” “tiny children,” and “young girl.” The use of these phrases grasps the audience’s sentiments and moves them to be conscious that the workers of the industries are young children that have been stolen from their childhood and forced to work continuously so the businesses can make the most income with some of the cheapest labor. That is to say that the products bought by grown ups are manufactured by children, which produces the impression of a mother and father making their little six year old daughter or son to fabricate their clothing and luxury products. Likewise, Florence asserts that, “we shall none of us be able to free our consciences from participation in this great evil.” The use of the words “great evil” in this sentence presents that child labor is not doing any good to the country, to the society, nor to the children going through the horrible work conditions. In fact, it just affects the society since the children will not be able to have a strong education and give back to the community in a meaningful way. In other words, the word choice captures the audience’s attention and reinforces the other rhetorical
• Increase the per child profit margin by a percent per quarter. Target Marketing This daycare is targeting one specific customer group, the middle to upper class, two income professional family. This group of families have both parents working, not allowing them time to raise their child during the day. This group has the money for child care, and are willing to spend a little extra to get a higher level of care. This customer section has begun to teach their child more advanced concepts such as singing, reading, socializing and so on.
Introduction From the mid to late 20th Century there has been a visible and remarkable changes in family structures and dynamics (Cliquet, 2003). Most people experience society through their own early family experiences, and they grow up thinking that their family is the same as everyone else’s (Saggers and Sims, 2005). However, when entering school, the understanding and ideals of family structure changes realities when encountering; single-parent households, step- and blended families, extended families, same-sex families, childless households, parentless households and even the single person household where the strongest bonds are not with biological relations, but with intimate friendships (Saggers and Sims, 2005). The aim of this essay is to discuss how contemporary family and household structures have become more diverse. Looking at what was previously the ideal family structure and dynamics to what is understood today, what changes are there in modern families compared to previously accepted, and what are the causes of these changes.
1.Background and literature review There are several psychological literature examining the impact and influence of culture on parenting styles. However less work has been done on gender based parenting. Parenting styles are illustration of ways parents respond and demand to their children. Although gender roles aren’t continuously set in stone, it 's true that men and women typically bring completely different strengths, weaknesses and designs to the table once it involves several things, parenting being the major concern. Literature regarding parenting styles in European American samples has examined the role of both parent and child gender, specifically investigating whether mothers’ and fathers’ parenting styles differ for sons and daughters.
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: a teacher teaching his student some lessons. Schools were defined as places for more advanced learning as societies modernized, where most of the students have to attend on daily basis. However, students attending school on daily basis have been a controversial issue nowadays , whether they should attend their schools or learn at home. There are several factors why learning at home should be implemented by the modern educational systems such as, technology growth nowadays and the flaws of the current education system. To begin with ,our world is being dominated by modern technologies.
In addition, financial literacy (knowledge) must be teaching by both parents and university. This is because, it is very important for students to alert more about financial knowledge so that they will know the value of money, would like to saving and less spending and this situation will make students able to survive better in later years. When students get a financial knowledge from parents, parents must be a role model for their children on how they manage and spend their money every day or every month. This will make that student able to manage their expenses in university when they get a better knowledge about
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