1.Based on the details in “Snow,” what are some of the challenges that immigrants face?
2.Interview a real-life immigrant. Write a paper discussing his or her immigration experience. Use direct quotes from the interview in the paper.
- In Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour,” Mrs. Mallard is described as descending the stairs “like a goddess of Victory.” Why does she feel victorious?
- Discuss Mrs. Mallard’s range of emotions in “The Story of an Hour.”
- Do you find the end of “The Story of an Hour” satisfying? Believable? Why or why not?
- In Richard Wright’s “Big Black Good Man,” does the author appear to be optimistic or
pessimistic about race relations?
- The sailor’s name is barely mentioned in “Big Black Good Man.” Why? Explain your answer.
- What is readers’ opinion of Olaf, Jim, or Lena in “Big Black Good Man”? Choose one character.
- What do you think Jim thinks of Olaf? Explain your answer.
- Is Tim O’Brien’s “The Things They Carried” an antiwar story? Explain your answer.
- Has Lieutenant Jimmy Cross changed by the end of “The Things They Carried”? If yes, how so?
- What is readers’ impression of Martha in “The Things They Carried”?
- What kind of person is Mama in Alice Walker’s “Everyday Use”?
- How does Maggie feel about her sister Dee in “Everyday Use”?
- Discuss your least favorite character. What does the character do or say to cause the reader to feel this way?
henomenon which shows the importance of the biopsychological model is phantom limb pain. Phantom limb pain occurs when a limb has been amputated, yet the patient can still feel immense pain in the limb. This sensation has been known to be influenced by many factors. Firstly, by Proprioceptive memories. The patient may recall the pain of a disease they had with furthermore resulted in the amputation. Katz and Melzack (cited in Fuchs & Flor & Bodmann 2018) explained that the pain the felt prior to the limb getting amputated is encoded in the brain and later is sparked. Angrilli and Köster (cited in Fuchs & Flor & Bodmann 2018) looked at stress being a factor of PLP. Two groups were observed one with PLP and one without, stress was induced to the amputees, patients who suffered with PLP were recorded to show stronger psychophysiological stress reactions. A treatment for phantom limb is a psychological therapy treatment. The patient suffering from phantom limb is told to put the intact arm in a box. From the view of the patient the reflection of the arm gives an illusion that there are two intact arms. This is done alongside movement exercises. This mental illusion\sensation has proven to reduce phantom pain (MacLachlan, McDonald & Waloch, 2004). PLP is strong evidence to support the need for the Biopsychosocial model as it shows the influence of cognitive and emotional factors resulting in physical problems. The use of the mirror box is strong evidence of cognitive methods being used to help relieve the pain rather than treating the symptoms. On the other hand, further research needs to be conducted on the role of cognitive factors as mediators of the pain experience. There is not enough conclusive evidence on the significance of these factors. Type 2 diabetes (T2D) is one of the most psychologically demanding chronic medical illness in adult (Habtewold, Islam & Tegegne, 2016). When looking at type two diabetes the link between the disease and depression is commonly observed. Carried out a study to find a pattern between depression and diabetes. They identified that studies conducted on biopsychosocial factors were only limited to developed country’s they subse>GET ANSWER