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    Mary Shelley’s frame story Frankenstein (1818) explores the dangers of scientific discoveries alongside challenging father-child relationships in a patriarchal society. Caryl Churchill’s play ‘A Number’ (2002) examines the ethics behind human cloning and questions if a patriarchal society can adjust to this through assessing father-son relationships. The unsuccessful way the men handle situations involving their children is the backbone for most of the troubles in the frame story and play. For instance, absent fathers like Victor Frankenstein and Salter deprive their sons (The Monster & B1) of protection, nurture, and comfort at their births, which is why they later avenge their fathers. Even present fathers like Alphonse and Salter neglect…

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    Happy’s real name is Harold, but it is his nickname that sticks. The dynamics of the Loman family leave him allied with Biff, both seeking to please their parents. But similar to Willy, his father is only present for the oldest son. Happy also mirrors Willy’s relationship with his older brother Ben, he feels dependent on going along with what his brother is doing to succeed. Happy waits all his life for Biff to show him the way. Happy’s dream of breaking free, of being outside lies in the dream…

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    seems it does, in the flashbacks, before everything falls apart because of his choices and his son’s general unhappiness with his life. Willy’s whole, long life is devoted to earning money and being concerned about appearances and his own happiness, yet it is never really enough for his own delusion, much less his life and his family. The American Dream throughout the entire play, when put on every living member of that specific family, is just a setup for disaster. The wife is disrespected…

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    understood how important social interaction was for not just the son 's development but also the fathers health. The PIESS model of healthcare (Physical, Intellectual, Emotional, Social and Spiritual) includes a section on Social as it is recognised that interaction with others helps to improve all other aspects of a persons health for example their mental health and in the son 's case his Intellectual health (Tilmouth and Pavard, 2013). By stating to the father that play is important for his…

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    The debate on gender equality remains relevant throughout human history and exists today in many forms despite more progressive feminist movements in western pop culture. There are other places in the world where revolutions against patriarchy are less well-known, including the bacha posh in Afghanistan. The bacha posh tradition is an obvious practice for families without a son since it gives girls in the Afghan culture an opportunity to have more freedom as they also provide more stability for…

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    business card to contact him and to let him know she’s coming to visit since he’s the only person she knew. This was the twist of the story that changed Sarah’s marriage. Andrew went into a deep depression after the phone conversation with Little Bee and he couldn’t shake it, so he hung himself. He forces his wife to take care of their only son Charlie alone. Charlie who thinks he’s a super hero Batman “Bruce Wayne,” which he wears a costume he never takes only at bath time. Little Bee arrives…

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    Both poems showed how love plays an important role between parents and children. Always there are reasons behind whatever parents are doing for the children. It may seem like wrong for the first time, however it takes time to realize the reason behind whatever the parents do for their child. It may not seem like parents do not love their child, but parents are the one who can love their child the most which no one else can do. For example, the son did not realize the care and love that his…

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    molding into the German culture because he has very strong Turkish ties, and because of this he is struggling to assimilate. Now on the other hand his son (Nejat Aksu) is having an easier time assimilating (molding) into the German culture well for one reason his age younger people can change their beliefs in a heartbeat because that 's what we do. In addition to that the son in the movie is a German Professor. Subsequently that is another indicator that the son is having a much easier time…

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    Breaking Home Ties showing any type of lesson here, or is it more of a single frame caught during a story that has not yet reached its moral? We have two sides of this story, told by each of the characters. The young man seems excited and almost oblivious to his father’s suffering. The old man also can’t seem to figure out what to say, distant in his eyes as if lost in thought. Both seem to have difficulty communicating in the current situation. The old man might not speak to his son, worried…

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    This data is used to measure occupational mobility for 5,000 father-son pairs split between the Britain and the US. The authors recorded the occupation of fathers in 1850/1851 and thirty years later recorded the occupation sons in 1880/1881. Job titles were split into four categories: white collar, farmer, skilled and semiskilled, and unskilled. For 20th century data the, authors used the Oxford Mobility Study for Britain and the OCG (1973 cohort) for the US. Respondents marked their occupation…

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