Analysis Of All God's Children By Fox Butterfield

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Register to read the introduction… Butch is the father, and Willie his son; both were victims of circumstances that eventually led to serious time in juvenile and child detention facilities, jails, and ultimately prison . Care giving is an important factor in determining how children will turn out, in my personal opinion Whoever plays the role of caregiver will have a profound impact on how that infant develops in my experience I work in a child care program and some children come from families that encounter many problems and when the children are in my care I try to provide attention and love and try to be understanding of their feelings do to the fact that they are not given this at home and I would like to think that I could make a difference in there life’s . Perhaps if they had better care giving as children they wouldn’t have ended up like they did. Along with the beatings James gave Butch, he was once found with a weapon during an altercation with his son. The horrible neglect experienced by Butch and Willie were very likely a cause of their violent …show more content…
As Willie got a little bit older, he would be sent to stay with his grandfather on weekends. According to Benson, beatings are usually the result of a child’s misbehavior. Willie never knew Butch growing up, as he had been put in prison for a brutal murder. Although a lot of Willie and Butch’s more serious behavior was noticed, not all of their violent behavior may have been detected due to this lack of supervision. Prior to Butch’s father moving in, Butch’s mother left him; he was raised to hate her, and was even encouraged to spit on her upon seeing her again. Although more reluctant than any of Butch’s caregivers, she handed him to Wiltwyck (the same child center Butch had been sent to) leaving Willie with a sense of abandonment. This is a very sad story its devastating to think that this is happening to many children, they have to experience such violence in there homes, family and neighborhoods this is what they turn to as well they feel like they are stuck to live the kind of lives that there parents lived. Know and days things are not that severe but its still happens and this is why we have violence in the streets because it comes from

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