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Research—pdqlover

  Living in a Household with a Disabled Sibling Parents have total obligations to give to their child, a child has no obligations to their parents unless negotiated between the two. A parent and child negotiation may take place when … Continue reading

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Reflective—pdqlover

Core Value I. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. During the course an assignment I did that called for recursive feedback as stated … Continue reading

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Bibliography—pdqlover

  A Revised First Source Copley, Margaret Freeman, and John B. Bodensteiner. “Chronic Sorrow in Families of Disabled Children.” Journal of Child Neurology, vol. 2, no. 1, 1987, pp. 67–70., doi:10.1177/088307388700200113. Background: The author has collected and analyzed the psychological literature … Continue reading

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Rebuttal—pdqlover

“Who Owes Who, Child or Adult” My research is about family responsibilities when the family has a disabled child. To be clear it is not easy, having to care for the disabled child 24/7 these responsibilities may fall on any … Continue reading

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Definition Argument—pdqlover

Parents have total obligations to give to their child, a child has no obligations to their parents unless negotiated between the two. A parent and child negotiation may take place when the child is old enough to do chorus for … Continue reading

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Visual Rewrite

o.o1– The first image is a middle-aged African American women possibly in her own home sitting on the couch in the living room with a laptop on her lap. The woman is wearing casual clothing, a blouse and jeans. On … Continue reading

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