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  • Direct Family Values

    Three (3) values that direct family-centered services. Application, implication, and characteristics of each value. “Values are important to the practice of human services because they are the criteria by which helpers and clients make choices” (Woodside and McClam, 2011, p. 164). One of the values that direct family-centered services is that family plays a vital role in children growth. In Nelson & Landsman Alternative models of family preservation: Family-based services in context (as cited by Ronnau, 2001), Nelson & Landsman (1992) presented that that the healthiest option for children is to remain with their relatives. I had a great childhood. If I could not be with my birth parents, I would have preferred to taken care of by my extended family. At last resort, should be a stranger. Recently, I contacted one of my cousins in New Jersey. We had not connected for years; however, from our conversation it was uncanny how she reminded me of one of my sisters. My mother always indicated that family could not hide. I know she is correct, because it is apparent at family gatherings. In application, Ronnau (2001) suggested that service professionals be cognizant of the importance of relatives to their offspring. He further explained that they should be careful about breaking up the family unit, and begin by searching for opportunities that will create minimal damages. It is implied that due to emphasis placed on preserving the family unit that children are kept in harmful…

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  • Story Of Zone Gale Analysis

    It is true that Bill is one of the most stories of Zone Gale. Content of story made me having much thinking especially, it is Bill’s decision. In my opinion, the Bill’s doing is right because he love his daughter. In his situation, I would do like him, too if I was him. What do you think when a young girl does not take care of her while her relationship is difficult or poor. Mr Bill thought and chose an unhappy decision because he did not live with her daughter for a long time. Six months are…

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  • Summary Of Dorothy's First Visit To Wonderland

    Dorothy asks. Alice came to the Underland when she was a child and she followed me just like you did. Nivens said. The White Queen will tell you more about Alice when you meet her. Nivens said. They walk to the castle. Dorothy saw the Red Queen. The Red Queen was reading a book. Who that? Dorothy asks. That the Red Queen. Nivens answer. They walk to the White Queen. I am so sorry your highness, I did not find Alice because I went to the wrong dimension. This girl name Dorothy Gale follow me.…

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  • David Gale Research Paper

    sacrifice of Dream The story happen in Texas, a state which uses death penalty is the most of the United States. David Gale and his female assistance Constance are trying all they can try to abolish the death penalty, but they only receive little effect. On the television program, David and the governor are having a drastic debate, although David win on the other side, but when governor says:”name one innocent man that Texas has put to death during my tenure”, David cannot say anything. No…

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  • Certain Bonds Cannot Break: Brian's Song

    This is Gale’s rookie year for the Chicago Bears football team. They both play running back. Throughout training camp, the competition between them heats up. Brian is a white man, and Gale is a black man. Surprisingly, during camp they are roomed together. Gale eventually wins the starting job. Gale begins to become a star. Brian plays in his shadow. The next year, Brian vows to be better, to compete for the sake of both of them. Gale wins the job again, but he gets hurt partway into the season…

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  • What Is The Importance Of Home In The Wizard Of Oz

    Frank L. Baum's novel The Wizard of Oz teaches Dorothy Gale, the main protagonist, a good lesson on the importance of home. Dorothy lives on a gray farm in Kansas with her Aunt Em and Uncle Henry, along with her dog Toto. After being taken away from her home, Dorothy learns that there are many places you will go but nothing can compare to the safety of your own home. Dorothy meets friends along the way in her journey through the magical land called Oz. Dorothy's journeys bring about new…

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  • Gale Hawthorne Character Analysis Essay

    Gale Hawthorne is an ethical type of a person. He is the type of guy who has transformed from a person who had feelings for other human beings, to a person who wants revenge on the Capitol and leave no prisoners behind, due to the traumas he faced. Gales hatred for the capitol came after they bombed district 12, but he managed to saved 800 people. Getting revenge for something doesn’t mean necessarily killing them all or trying to bomb the capitol, but that’s the mindset that Gale has. He is…

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  • Color And Symbolism In The Wizard Of Oz

    In the Wizard of Oz color plays a role throughout the novel without the readers not knowing. Many can think it does symbolize something or nothing. Each color symbolizes something different and some are similar. Each can represent money, emotions or people. Having colors as symbols make great lessons with different meanings. Gray is the first color that we are introduced in the story which represents Kansas. Kansas is Dorothy's home which she always describes as gray and…

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  • Accidental Discovery John Gale Analysis

    I argue that while Gale may present a somewhat logical definition for the term “accidental discovery,” as well as a convincing argument as to why his idea of accidental discoveries do not exist, Gale’s definition of what constitutes an accidental discovery is incomplete. In this essay, I will describe Gale’s definition of an accidental discovery, and assess his argument as to why accidental discoveries can not be made in science. Then, I will argue that an accidental discovery can actually…

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  • Song Analysis: Over The Rainbow, By Judy Garland

    The song Over The Rainbow is a very iconic song sung by Judy Garland in the late 1930s. This song was written for the movie The Wizard of Oz that is most likely where it gained most of its popularity and praise. The song has also had a very unique cover done by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole in 1993. This cover of the popular ballad was and is loved by many. This cover also includes a verse from the song What a Wonderful World, by Louis Armstrong. Although songs that are covered have mostly the same…

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