Family policy can be a very controversial and passionate topic given the various issues plaguing families today. We will dive into some great discussion and explore many sides of these issues. Please remember the rules of netiquette and respectfully present your stance on the issues. This will be strictly enforced.
In this week’s forum we will explore historical American family policies and compare them with the policies currently in place
Conduct a search online and locate 2 comparable pictures , that depicts similarity of policies over time. (For example: one may select a picture dating back several decades when women were not encouraged and in some cases were not allowed in the workforce. The other picture may showcase women today in the workforce).
In addition to providing both pictures, ensure that you provide a description of the pictures so that the message in the picture is clearly received.
Afterward, take some time to reflect on these or similar changes evident in your own family. Respond to the following question in clear and well supported forum response: How has your family changed over the past 3 generations in regard to the policy highlighted in your pictures. (For example: how has women’s involvement in the workforce changed in your family over the last 3 generations? ) If there have not been any changes within your family, provide a detailed response on what has happened in the last 3 decides in America as far as this policy?
While The Tempest resembles the Joseph account in replicating the circumstances of the initial betrayal, the guilty brother’s response is much different—a contrast contributing to the unstable nature of the ending to Shakespeare’s play. Prospero causes Alonso and his guards to fall asleep, while Antonio and Alonso’s brother Sebastian remain awake, unaware that Prospero is alive and following their actions. – Thus, the earlier situation is replicated: An oblivious ruler could be supplanted by a conspiracy between that ruler’s brother and the ruler of another Italian city-state. But far from redeeming himself, Antonio suggests to Sebastian that the two of them should kill the sleeping Alonso, thus allowing Sebastian to usurp his brother’s kingdom (2.1.205-98); they even explicitly compare this with Antonio’s earlier overthrow of Prospero as they prepare to carry out the murder (2.1.271-76, 292-94). Prospero must employ Ariel to save Alonso’s life (2.1.299-307). – Unlike Joseph’s brothers, Prospero’s brother Antonio remains a dangerous man, one to be watched closely. – Despite Antonio’s unrepentant nature, in both works the protagonists eventually forgive their brothers—although they do so from a position of absolute power. – His torments and tests of his brothers complete, Joseph finally reveals his identity to them (45.1-4). And although his brothers fear further reprisals and beg forgiveness (50.15-18), Joseph magnanimously tells them, “Do not be distressed or take it amiss that you sold me into slavery here . . .” (45.5)—a statement made easier by his brothers’ groveling before him in his role as virtual ruler.>GET ANSWER