Many parents have different ways of raising their children to become successful. In the article “Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior” Amy Chua explains how Chinese parenting are better than western parenting. While in the article “Mother Inferior” Hanna Rosin explains that western parenting is a better ways of raising their children. Both think that their method of raising their child are better than the others. While both authors discuss parenting, they differ in the way they praise their child, the ways they punish their child, and the manner they speak to the child.
The author avoids using words like I think, I believe, and maybe. A good example of his assertiveness is on page 13 “Additionally, increased visitation will help the reunification process between mother and child. During the stressful and seemingly never-ending process of regaining custody of one’s child, visitation can help motivate the incarcerated mother and encourage her not to give up in battle.” Bogans is absolutely sure that child visitation has a positive impact on mothers. Also, by Bogans using jargon (which are words or phrases used in a particular group) throughout the essay helps readers believe the author is very knowledgeable. Using words like incarcerated, jurisdictions, rehabilitation and delinquency adds merit to the
Of course not. According to a research, the main purpose of the China family education is to let those children to be a completely different person who has huge filial piety that those children would show their loyal action to their dear parents.The truth is that Chinese parents’ family violence always build some excellent children,but those children usually has a heart of cowardice that they cannot handle some thing very well, even messing those affairs. According to a professional information, “ According to a meta-analysis of 47 studies, the prevalence of physical child abuse in China was found to be 36.6 percent, which is “significantly higher than either the international or the Asian estimate.” Not only this, but child abuse is commonly associated with filial piety, as in the expression bang xia chu xiaozi, or ‘filial sons from cudgels come.’ Spare the rod and spoil the child, in other words. Kwong-Liem Karl Kwan, professor of counseling at San Francisco State University, writes, ‘Filial piety includes certain moral principles that are conducive to child abuse,’”(David. )This citation clearly shows that the most of parents would like to use different tools to educate their own children, but that’s not enough to make the children being better.
Woo are to rule and control her little girl 's life, and her Chinese culture’s view tends to make her children become obedient children rather than to let her children follow their own minds. The narrator Jing Mei has a very complex relationship with her mother, and it leads her to create her own identity apart from her mother. Jing Mei believes that she can be successful through her own efforts and determination. When Jing Mei begins to understand the forces of her mother that drive her to belong to Chinese culture, she develops her own identity to be Americanized and personal insight apart from her mother. In the short story “Two Kinds,” Tan describes Mrs. Woo’s and Jing Mei’s thoughts and attitudes which are affected by the different cultures and communities where they were born and live.
Truly cannot be denied that the actual woman naturally would be look up as a mother figures who giving affection and attention. The impact of being individualist is challenged to taking risk, but no wonder when American done that. They are productive, progressive, do not like stuck in one moment, and thus make them fierce and competitive among individual. De Tocqueville again stated that “They form the habit of thinking of themselves in isolation and imagine their whole destiny is in their own hands.” (2010:508) It is related with the quotation above when Victor thought that he could not think the world without him. This kind of seeming independence is a possibility, it
A critique may say that her self-correcting nature makes St. Teresa seem uncertain and skeptical. This would make her claims to appear questionable. However, when one looks deeply into her character and to the context of her writings, it is apparent that her self-correction in no ways undermines the goals of her writing. In fact, her constant questioning may strengthen her project. St. Teresa can be seen as modest of her experiences with God and wants to take the story seriously and would not want to undermine her project by presenting it in a true light.
Mulan already lacks the main features that a good woman should possess, now she needs to learn the traits of a man. Fortunately for her, in this particular situation her ineptitude at being a good Chinese woman is to her merit. Firmly based in the Confucian philosophy are the foundations of the traditional man and woman of China as a polar opposites (Ebrey, n. pag.). Thanks to that, from the very beginning of her journey, Mulan was very close to her goal of pretending to be a man, even
Due to her personal knowledge of the topic, real life situations, and people around the school community experiences, she believes that they are not exaggerated enough. Ms. Cortez explains to me how she felt about this topic and how single women are under exaggerated. She does not let society influence her own perspective on this topic, nor for her other perspectives on misconceptions and stereotypes in life. She also states everyone has their own opinion and perspective on this topic, but she make a really good point as to saying “how many of those opinions are not basic on the stereotypes and misconceptions a person hears, and knows about…. thats the real question we as people have to ask
She wanted help these people because she was helped before so she could become who she is today. That’s why she thinks it’s important to encourage others. Sun is motivational because she can encourage people to do what they hesitate to do. If you ask her for advice about trying to do something even impossible, she will treat it seriously and tell you how to achieve it as if the success is just around the corner. What’s special about her is that she encourages people not because of her kindness, but she really believes that nothing is impossible.
And this may also hinder the development of creative industry and hamper the city’s development, as there need to be highly obedience and strictly follow the regulations. Such as in the film, Terry’s mother Khoo represents the government, a domineering mother who plan almost everything and highly control the freedom of her children. And she mentioned “This is all for your own good” and"Do you know how lucky you are to have a good and responsible mother? ", symbolise the effort of the government to persuade the citizens that the regulations and policies are planning the best for the country. While Terry embodiment the Singaporean citizens who always obedient and follow the