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  • Interracial Single Parent Families

    There is no direct solution for these problems due to the fact that every interracial couple and family deal with their problems differently, which means they are more likely to find each solution that works for them. Not all solutions can work for all of us however, that does not mean that the possible solutions I provided in this section would not be accomplished. First, the counselors should establish as many possible goals as necessary for their clients to pursue. Establishing goals help a client see what he/she can do, and is a confidence boost for them to chase higher and more difficult goals. Since not every goal can be accomplished in a short period of time, they must be willing to explain to their clients that these goals require patience and motivation in order for every goal agreed by both the counselor and the clients to accomplish. For example, if an interracial couple’s goal is to re-establish connections with each other after separation, the counselor should list specific goals only in relation to reconnect the couple. By establishing the goals during the counseling session, it can be helpful for interracial couples because goals could help both the counselor and the interracial couples understand what should be done to improve the relationships when it is with each other or professionally with the counselor. Counselors can set the tone by discussing about it during the session, and then they can monitor the process of their clients during the goal-orientated…

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  • The Status-Caste Exchange Theory

    The status-caste exchange theory is to marry in terms of desirable traits; a desirable man marries a desirable woman based what she can provide in return (Hou & Myles, 2013). In regards to interracial marriage, the status-caste exchange theory assumes that the skin colour or ethnic origin as the desirable trait. Lighter skin colours are more desirable compared to darker skin colours, so the value of a partner is based on their skin colour or ethnic origin. If their socio-economic statuses were…

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  • The Influence Of Interracial Relationships

    Relationships are hard, and they can be even harder when you’re dating someone who is a different race than you.Interracial couples have been stared at while in public and dealt with rude comments from strangers about their relationship. Only forty-four years ago interracial relationships were made legal throughout the country, and it’s more common for people to marry outside of their race. The growth of interracial relationships coincides with changes in the legality of them and what some would…

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  • 6 Rms Riv Vu Play Analysis

    1. Entering the theatre, I was exhausted and cranky. I was not looking forward to “6 Rms Riv Vu”. After I had finished reading the play, I was angry. I am very passionate about my hate for any sort of fooling around while in a relationship. From personal experience and countless stories, cheaters are the scum of the Earth. So all the anger and frustration I had from reading the short play, followed me into the small black box theatre. I arrived at around 7:15 PM, the usherette greeted me with a…

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  • The Importance Of Interracial Relationships

    | Interracial Marriages | Proposal | | Tyler Smith | | SOCI 381 12/10/2010 Introduction To see a black man and a white woman walking down the street holding hands used to be unheard of. It was a relationship that, for the few who engaged in it, was kept as quiet as possible. During the fifties and sixties, interracial dating was not socially acceptable and there…

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  • Should Interracial Relationships Be Treated

    Have you ever been out minding your own business and saw an interracial couple? Did you catch yourself gawking or staring at them? If so, did you stop to think how that made them feel? Two normal people being judged for loving someone who is different than them. Does this mean we should all be judged? I mean no two people are the same, right? Yes, that is true but you shouldn’t be judged for the difference such as your race; you should be judged by what is on the inside, by your character. In…

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  • Interracial Dating Theory

    The show has two charters that are dating, they are both from different races; Leonard Hofstadter is a white American man who 's has PH.D. and is an Experimental Physicist at the California Institute of Technology and Priya Koothrappali is an Indian women, she graduated the top of her class from Cambridge University also an attorney for the biggest car company in India. Her parents does not know they are dating, in one of the episodes she was video chatting with her parents and they brought up…

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  • Compare And Contrast Howard Zinn And Columbus

    comes to an end with a picture of Columbus lying on his deathbed, sick, and surrounded by friends, family, and priests. This ending makes readers sympathize for Columbus. It is sad and emotional to see a man being depicted as a national hero to die. The way Zinn ends his first chapter is also in a benevolent way, but with a dark undertone. Zinn discusses how Indian society worked and interacted with each other before the introduction of Europeans. Zinn tells how the Indian people were peaceful…

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  • Native American Struggles

    European exploration began with the desire for trade and to spread religion. Finding the Indians offered them the chance to do both. These people had never seen anything like the Europeans and were mostly receptive to new goods to trade, and were willing to listen to new religious ideas. No one was prepared for the Old diseases that the Europeans brought with them. Disease swept across the continent in the years of European settlement, paving the way for the European dream of controlling the…

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  • Theme Of Bravery In Literature

    Historically, bravery has been a popular theme in literature. The theme likely began from the Anglo-Saxon to Elizabethan period when rising monarchs clashed for rule over England. These influences infused later literature, which has often encouraged bravery. Bravery motivates difficult action when it triumphs over action-paralyzing fear. Max Brand’s “Wine on the Desert”, Edgar Allen Poe’s “Pit and the Pendulum”, and Yann Martel’s Life of Pi respectively reveal this thesis. However, the…

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