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    Impact of War on Families Have you ever considered thinking how not only are the soldiers affected by the war, but how the families are affected by it? Families and close relatives are just as harmed in many ways by the war just like how the soldier is. Having one parent serving a tour of duty can make it very stressful for the parent at home to raise a child and meet financial obligations which causes them to deal with lots of stress and emotional issues. In addition to financial complications, sometimes when the soldier returns home, he may be suffering from PTSD or physical injuries which can he harmful to the well being of the family. War doesn’t just disturb the soldier, it affects everyone around them, financially, and emotionally.…

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    “War is hell,” according to William Tecumseh Sherman. Whether people believe war is a positive or negative thing, there’s no doubt that there are harmful effects. Families and loved ones are negatively affected by their soldiers going to war. War forces people to spend long periods of time apart, which are filled with agony and dismay. Missing their families, soldiers also feel the same way, and with so much time alone, they may become depressed. War may cause physical damage, but what people…

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    your family just because you have different opinions about something. This is what families experienced during The Civil War. The Civil War was a time when there was a lot of fighting, not only on the battlefield, but within families as well. Lots of families were split up because husbands and sons were drafted into the war. People’s opposing beliefs on the war divided families. During The Civil War, families were impacted because of the absence of family members, the division of families, and…

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    During the Civil War, many men felt the urge to stand up for their country and enroll in the army. But the downside is that some families had different beliefs, causing different parts of a family to live in either the north or south. When it would come time for battle, families would end up fighting each other and possibly kill a loved one. This didn't just happen between the Union and the Confederacy, and it was more likely to happen in border states. These states were not claimed by either…

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    The Vietnam War was an extreme waste of time and energy in the minds of the American people. They protested the war constantly which lead to tensions against the government. Many events occurred that would tear the country apart due to their differing opinions on the Vietnam War and this is largely because it changed the American economy for the worse, destroyed American family lives, and finally presidents made promises in political elections and did not follow through with them. The economic…

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    In my household, my parents are the first ones who came to the U.S. They came here 21 years ago, so they were not here during the larger national events in our past. Thus, for my family history paper I will be concentrating on a family friend of ours who lives in Oregon. She and her husband came from India to the U.S as immigrants in 1968 and have been living in the U.S for the past 49 years, moving here for job reasons. One of the key events I will be studying is the effect of the Vietnam war…

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    A family is defined as a small, usually kinship-ship structure group who's key functions is nurturant socialization. This was typically a nuclear household, which consist of a husband-father, wife-mother, and offspring. During world war one the tradition of families would be for the husband to provide and work for the families needs. Also the wife would stay home and prepare meals and take care of the children. These are the main ideals that constituted a family. 2.) During the world war two,…

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    29,263,826. What does that number mean to you? To me, that number is the combined total of all American soldiers that participated in WW1, WW2, the Vietnam War, and the Korean War. The human mind is unable to begin to comprehend this number and the stories behind it. Even though we may not realize it, these wars have touched us all in some way because of the loved ones that have fought in them. Until this essay, I did not realize the extent that this number affected my family, and how…

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    Family Assessment The community environment is that of a metropolitan area. Only small roads run through the neighborhood; major highways run on the outskirts of it. There is an average-sized playground, a soccer field, and a library all within walking range, but there are no bike paths or tennis courts. The neighborhood has many tall, broad, colorful trees. The leaves on the ground are raked and the grass seems to be well taken care of. There are middle-aged children playing outside on the…

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    her mother, she is extremely contented with the fact that she is freed from her imprisoned life. It is time for self-discovery. As she approaches Hill House, she excitedly imagines a different her with a different family, in which she would meet many great people and would be enjoying her simple life. Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting of Hill House incorporates the idea of family into a haunted house. Hill House targets characters who have great desires and weak points. Eleanor, who fits into the…

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