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Write a critique about Cinderella A story of Sibling Rivalry and Oedipal Confilcts By Bruno Bettelheim
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...Bettelheim believes that story books with fairy tales have deeper and hidden meanings apart from the happy endings experienced in all of them. Bruno Bettelheim explains this notion in his essay “Cinderella”- A story of sibling rivalry and oedipal conflict”. The author transforms the beauty and the popularity of the fairytale interpretation of the story to a more complicated form. From the author all that can be viewed from the essay is hidden agendas and complexity. Our minds interpret the story in two different ways. Firstly there is the assumption that the story is only about a princess and a prince charming. This is created... from the conscious part of our brains. According to Hentz...
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A Story of Sibling Rivalry and Oedipal Conflicts
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...Bettelheim. The main focus of this paper is at summarizing and explaining the author’s analysis of Cinderella’s age old fairy tale, which has survived several centuries as a popular story. This story is liked by almost every child and even many adult readers considerably appreciate its overtly melodramatic approach. II. Summary Bruno Bettelheim is a Freudian psychologist and in this essay, he ventures to find out the reason behind the popularity... Assignment A Critical Review on Cinderella: A Story of Sibling Rivalry and Oedipal Conflicts I. Introduction In this paper, I would attempt to provide a critique of the essay Cinderella: A Story of Sibling Rivalry and Oedipal Conflicts written by Bruno...
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Intertextual examination of two texts
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...Bettelheim (1968), both texts explore this issue, albeit from different perspectives. In the Bricklayer’s Boy, the narrator explains how he pursued a career against the wish of his father, resulting in criticism from the parents. In the Problem of Generations on the other hand, the author examines the problem of social self-realization among the youths, and the conflicts that arise. Based on Bricklayer’s Boy, it is clear that the pressure put on the youths by their parents... reason why his father worked so hard to educate him in college. This predicament, which most young people face, is also brought out in the article by Bruno Bettelheim (1968). In his article,...
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Lab formal report
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...Bettelheim & Landesberg, 2013). By cooling the container to facilitate the condensation of the vapor, the mass of the vapor was measured, and the value M calculated. Discussion The method depends on several aspects going right. The outstanding assumption is that the liquid is volatile enough to vaporize at relatively higher temperature (Bettelheim & Landesberg, 2013). Moreover, the liquid less volatile thus a smaller quantity will evaporate via the underlying orifice during the cooling process of the container. The vapor behaves ideally at both... Lab formal report A liquid is volatile when it exhibits the easy vaporization, hence a high vapor pressure liquid. The gas laws for ideal gasses is an...
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Critique Writing of Cinderella
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...Bettelheim’s greatest fairy tales constituted in a real life situation one has to deal with at a point in life; sibling rivalry. The story touches on the conscious and unconscious mind of the reader. Cinderella, a girl degraded by stepmother and siblings, rise to a heroine position at the end resolving the conflicts she faced. The story inspires confidence. It is related to children towards the end of their oedipal stage because of the feelings of guilt overwhelming them. The feelings present the sense of unworthy of the parents’ love at a prime time of high need to it. The feelings lead to fear... Critique writing of “Cinderella” Cinderella: A story of Sibling Rivalry and Oedipal Conflicts is Bruno...
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...Bettelheim, the argues that fairy tales allow innocent children to easily understand the obstacles and hardships they have to face as they mature. Fairy tales take the children’s anxieties of not being loved, being considered worthless and the idea of death. For example, many fairy tales begin with the death of the main character’s parents. This tells that many people will overcome difficulties and problems in their lives. However, modern stories mention limits to our existence, such as death and our wish for a better life. Fairy tales never have both sides of the characters in their story. If one person is shown to be kind and smart... Fairy Tale In the essay, “The Use of Enchantment” by Bruno...
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Beauty and the Beast
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...Bettelheim, beauty and the beast is a fairy tale of father who had very beautiful daughter who fell in love with a beast and later got married to him (3). It is important to note that the story forms a satisfactory resolution of a natural oedipal connection between a father and his daughter (Bettelheim 4). According to the revision story, the father of Belle brought her daughter a rose flower as gift which actually symbolized his love for her and the impending loss of her virginity (Bettelheim 5). It is also clear that both the father and the daughter feared the involvement of the beast. However, as Belle matured, the love to her father loosened as she concentrated... Beauty and the Beast Introduction...
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What do fairy tales themselves give to children to help them to deal with their fears Compare two essays
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...Bettelheim to each tale story may be on how it pertains to personal experiences and on why and how these activities impact children’s growth. Mythic experiences all have one thing in common; they inform the tale of building a connection with other characters within the tale, developing activities relevant to the themes and showing lots of different principles such as love, hate, the distinction between good and wicked, morality and its repercussions. On the other hand... Fairy tales Fairy tales come from all areas around the globe. Many are identical in content, with the same underlying ethical or moral message, but with different situations and characters. Fairy tales tell a lot about a culture and...
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Implementation and Modification IP 4
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...Bettelheim, 2003). In an attempt to lengthen the life of the Medicare plan beyond the projected expiry in 2026, it is of paramount importance to improve on the overall plan’s financial viability. As earlier cited, the plan to include prescription drug coverage in the program will go a long way in improving the benefit package offered by Medicare (Bettelheim, 2003). However, this measure may adversely affect the fiscal capability of the medical plan by adding substantial costs to the system, which is financially vulnerable. Therefore, in order to maintain the healthcare... ? Implementation and Modification IP 4 Implementation and Modification IP 4 The Medicare program, which was coined from Section 18of...
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Read an article and respond to a prompt
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...Bettelheim The use of different imaginary things in order to illustrate the reality of the world to the children is an interesting practice. Many of the psychologists adopt and appreciate this practice of using enchantment. The famous psychologist Bruno Bettelheim focuses on the depiction of the whole struggle and hardships of an individual’s life with the help of a fairy tale. He is of the opinion that an individual may go through hardships and vicissitudes of life but at the end there is always a successful or we can say happy conclusion for them. However, in my opinion, every time a real world Cinderella does not meet her prince at the end... “The Uses of Enchantment” by Bruno...
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Critical Review on the Practical Consciousness as the Constitution of Society based on the agency-structure relationship by Giddens
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...Bettelheim, and Goffmann. He extracts and criticises the content of the argument by detailing the limitation of the study; afterwards, Giddens emphasises the need for reconstruction. He affirms that motivation is relevant in his study that other theorists mishap. Furthermore, the structuration theory was constantly developed... ?Critical Review on the Practical Consciousness as the Constitution of Society Introduction Sociology is a study that deals with the society and its components. It inspects behaviors, norms, and principles that constitute a society. People’s actions are also examined that lead to the development of classical theories. The classical theories are argued by Anthony Giddens because of ...
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The Future of Electronic Medical Records
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...Bettelheim (2002), the use of electronic medical records protects the patient’s privacy from eavesdropping because these records are password protected hence limiting their access to only the patient and their doctor. It has been found that adequate technology is available to protect the patient’s privacy... ?The electronic medical records are a software based solution that provides for the digital computerization, recording, and maintenance of patient and medical practice information and it deals the need to set up excellence in patient care and practicality in medical practice. Butler and Lathram (2005) state that it is one of the main tools currently being used to fix the ailing health care system...
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Is it the End of the Nature Versus Nurture Debate
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...Bettelheim, 1998). In other words, this has neutralized psychologys quest to become a science (Richelle, 1993), but it was clear that the debate within science proper was profoundly influenced by work that had been done outside its jurisdiction. In other words, the importance of both biology and psychology cannot be undermined in nature V nurture debate. Hence, the importance of socio-biology was emphasized by E O Wilson who attempts to encourage a synthesis of approach to behavior between the social sciences... Swarna1 Word count: 1226 P.Swarnalatha ID # 5448 Order #172353 d 28th May 2007. Is it the End of the Nature Versus Nurture Debate? There has been tremendous extent of debate on the origin of...
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Enzymes lab report
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...Bettelheim, et al, 2007). Lactase is a digestive enzyme that catalyzes the breakdown of lactose, a disaccharide sugar into simple sugars that can easily be digested. Lactose structure is made up of two rings which require a lot of energy to be broken down into two molecules of simple sugars. Lactose enzyme catalyzes this reaction by reducing the amount of energy required for the hydrolysis of lactose into two molecules of monosaccharide (Jones et al 2013). Lactase is an essential enzyme for mammals necessary to breakdown lactose into simple sugars that can easily be absorbed, thus in lactating animals, this enzyme is available. However, as human beings grow older, they...
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Children's Literature
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...Bettelheim claims that fairy tales have also been used as a kind of therapy to enable children to face the fears in quite... ?“Beauty and the Beast” ‘Beauty and the Beast’ perfectly falls into the genre of fairy tale as it has appealed to many young minds through the elements of surprise, sympathy, beauty, power, supernatural elements and a final happy ending. It is stated that the fairy tales have their origin in the oral traditional tales told to the children by older women. The first book of fairy tales got published in 1550 in Italy and a decade later another collection of fairy tales appeared in France. In England many of the stories were rewritten in easier language for children. These stories...
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The Re-emergence of Disease Once Believed Eradicated or Controlled in Modern Society
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...Bettelheim (1999), states that these new strains, after tests were done, were shown to have acquired genetic traits which enabled them to evade most of the conventional lines of pharmaceutical attack, and if left unchecked, they could severely limit the ability of doctors to control dangerous infections. Furthermore, these drug resistant strains would make even the simplest operations into potentially life threatening situations. There has been news of outbreaks of infectious diseases not only in the United States but also all over the world. According to Krause (1992) diseases which were once... ?Chugh (2008) s that one of the biggest health threats to the public is the reemergence of diseases once...
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Sibling rivalry
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...Bettelheim (2), the story of Cinderella gives form to their mixed feelings when confronted by sibling rivalry. Cinderella becomes a real person whose experiences are more authentic in a way that helps them deal with their own inconsistencies and fears. The impact of the story takes place at the subconscious level of their minds but determines their reactions when faced with difficult situations. Works Cited Bettelheim, Bruno. “CINDERELLA”: A story of Sibling Rivalry and Oedipal Conflicts. Weebly. Web. 23 Apr. 2013. Grimm, Brothers, Jacob W. Grimm, and Wilhelm K. Grimm. Grimms' Fairy Tales. Echo Library, 2006. San, Souci R. D, J B. Pinkney, and Charles...
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Should Human Beings Depend More On Biofuels
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...Bettelheim, 12). The use of biofuels has also been associated with improved government economic conditions. Here... Should Human Beings Depend More on Biofuels The period marking the industrial revolution realized an increased demand for fuel. Such is the case that with industrialization more fuel was needed to generate energy that would meet the needs of the growing population across the globe. Technological advancement over the past years has ease the process of mining fossils fuels and thus contributed to the wide use experienced presently. Nobody can dispute the exceptional role that fossil fuels such as coal, petroleum, natural gas and coal play as far as economic empowerment is concerned. While...
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Folklore Tale Little Red Riding Hood
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...Bettelheim, op. cit., p. 170 But Carter in her typical deed of compression, manages to combine the Perrault and Grimm version, and at the same time merged the wolf/hunter into one motif. Also, by adding a sense of culture; she gave birth to the new oral tradition. Her most brilliant compression perhaps is that of combining the hunter and wolf by means of the werewolf. Thus, the 'hairy on the inside' wolves are symbolically complete people. Therefore, Red Riding Hood can denounce the werewolf (wolf) and embrace werewolf (hunter) which means dealing with her repression of sexuality, her... The Origins and Significance of The Folklore Tale "The Little Red Riding Hood" And How it Has Changed Over Time...
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Saudi Arabia water problem
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...Bettelheim, et al, 2009). This type is categorized basing on the separation process involved. It consists of various forms such as semi-permeable membranes, and ionic membranes (electro dialysis... ?Running head: SAUDI ARABIA WATER PROBLEM Saudi Arabia Water Problem Insert Insert Insert 16 May Table of contents Purpose statement Introduction Background Desalination process Nano membrane technology Reverse osmosis Comparison between reverse osmosis, and Nano membrane technology Conclusion Saudi Arabia Water Problem Purpose Statement This report will mainly discuss nanotechnology used for water purification, and how it works, and then discusses the currently used approach “Reverse osmosis.” Finally, the...
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Lactase Enzyme Activity
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...Bettelheim(2007), cofactors are inorganic compounds often metallic ions that are part of active sites of enzymes. The formation of substrate enzyme complex is made easier with the availability of lactase enzyme cofactors such as magnesium and copper. However, EDTA as an inhibitor binds magnesium and copper thus makes them unavailable for utilization as cofactor. Conclusions After comparing the effects of temperature, pH and the presence of inhibitors on the production of glucose, I conclude that 400C and pH 8 are the optimal temperature and pH respectively where lactase enzyme works best. Consequently, lactase enzyme is specific to lactose hence lactose is the best... Lactase Enzyme Activity...
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Fantasy in Childrens Picture Books is a Factor in the Exploration of Developmental Themes
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...Bettelheim, 2010). This is a development towards the child starting to understand how social relationships between relatives or friends are conducted. In addition, the psychological well being of a child is tied to fantasy. Children who are in trying circumstances and are experiencing anxiety, such as the case with a sudden relocation, feel empowered in their fantasies while they feel powerless on the outside. For example, when a child is relocated without his or her parents having spoken... ?How Fantasy in Children’s Picture Books is a Factor in the Exploration of Developmental Themes or Themes of Migration And Identity in a Children’s Story Children’s fantasies greatly help them to cope with any...
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The Holocaust and the Cold War
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...Bettelheim, p.21) On the other hand, the Red Scare had become reality to Americans. They did not treat suspected socialists and communities any better. They manipulated public opinion against them... of the Germanic community. The repression in Russia during the Cold War was not directed at racial purity as in Germany. Vacillations and deviations from the Stalinist policies, both "right" and "left" were construed as dangerous. The specter of a conspiracy is inherent in Stalinist ideology in practice. (Bettelheim, p.48) Conspiracy and sabotage were offered as explanations for non-realization of projects. A host of "enemies" and "conspiracy hatchers" were discovered and...
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Television & Cultural Change
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...Bettelheim 1963). It provides the viewer with ready product of imagination both in appearance and sound. In this case, the viewer's mind is idle... Television and culture TV rots the senses in the head! It kills the imagination dead! It clogs and clutters up the mind! It makes a child so dull and blind. He can no longer understand a fantasy, A fairyland! His brain becomes as soft as cheese! His powers of thinking rust and freeze! He cannot think - he only sees! Charlie and the Chocolate Factory By Roald Dahl, 1964. I think that anxieties about "dumbing down" in public service broadcasting are legitimate. Soap operas like "Emmerdale" or "Eastenders" are drawing in people and make them to lose their i...
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Mitochondrial Disease, Parkinsons
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...Bettelheim, William H. Brown, Mary K... The paper topic is mitochondrial disease. It needs 3 primary sources (scientific journals) one of which i included the one on parkinsons that is the disease that was assisned . the paper should be detailed enough which electron transport or enzyme and how disease symptoms come from the mitochondrial function, what part of mitochondria is missing or malfunctioning. 1/3 of paper should be on the organelle and its function. Mitochondria are cellular organelles bound by a double membrane. They play an important role in the energy production within the cell and for this reason are referred to as the power-house of the cell. [Betelham et al 2007] Mitochondria are larg...
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Explain the structure of enzymes and discuss their role in metabolic reactions
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...Bettelheim et al, 2008, p.614). The metabolic reactions are essential in the body since they allow the human bodies to survive. Hence enzymes play a significant role in catalysis of these reactions without which the human bodies would work. The enzymes work by speeding... Structure of Enzymes and Their Role in Metabolic Reactions Introduction: Enzymes represent large molecules within the body of human beings that enable increasing the rates of chemical reactions that occur in the body. They themselves do not undergo any change. Without the presence of the enzymes, the catalysis of the chemical reactions would not have been possible, since they serve as the biological catalysts in the reactions...
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Drug Marketing and Psychiatry
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...Bettelheim, Cooper, Jost, Koch & Masci, 1999). Thus, the psychiatric treatment of most of the mental health problems has become more centered on drug treatment, as opposed to other interventions such as therapy treatments. In recent years, it has been noticed that there is little development related to social or recreational therapies in the field of psychiatry, while occupational therapy and psychology services are highly limited in psychiatric treatment (Cosgrove & Bursztajn, 2008). Family... Drug Marketing and Psychiatry Grade (April 2, Drug Marketing and Psychiatry Introduction The relationship existing between psychiatry as a discipline and the pharmaceutical industry has become controversial in the ...
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Analyse Sestina using the psychoanalysis theory
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...Bettelheim (2010) argues, the subtle and honest tone creates a feeling of bitter sweet truths in the readers head about the lives of the child and the grandmother. It is argued (Lemma 2003), the writer of the poem makes reflections of her personal life in the poem which backdates to her early childhood life. The grandmother was much aware of the situation that led to her parenting the child while the child knows barely anything about the reasons behind her unhappy life. She therefore understands the need for the child’s happiness regardless of the misery that befell them. The child... ? Analysis of the poem sestina using psychoanalysis theory Task: Analysis of the poem sestina using psychoanalysis theory ...
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Essay 3 Research Paper
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...Bettelheim (1976) is right when he said that children who read fantasy stories are often aware that they “speak to [them] in the language of symbols and not that of everyday reality” (p. 62), and that they understand that these stories “happen as inner experience and personal development; that [fantasy] tales depict in imaginary and symbolic... Magic as Metaphors for the Imagination, Creativity, and Empowerment of Children in Rowling’s (1997) Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone University October 21, 2014 Magic as Metaphors for the Imagination, Creativity, and Empowerment of Children in Rowling’s (1997) Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone Homeless, despite living in a house with his relatives, and ha...
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Fairy Tales
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...Bettelheim and other critics who have psycho-analyzed fairy tales. According to this group, the portrait of an evil stepmother is actually a projection of the bad side a good mother has. (Tatar) Supposedly, an individual does not feel as guilty hating the bad qualities of one’s mom epitomized by the malevolent stepmother. With this image of a mother’s evilness... ? In every retelling of Cinderella’s story, one character is always depicted the same way. Be it in books or in movies, Cinderella’s stepmother is always portrayed as a mean and cunning woman who does not show one bit of affection for her stepdaughter. In Hansel and Gretel, the children’s stepmother is described as abusive and able to convince...
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Myth as one of the concept of understanding the reality
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...Bettelheim’s, “The Child’s Need for Magic”, the answers given by myths are definite. He compared myths to children’s fairy tales. He tells us that fairy tales are suggestive. Its messages may imply solutions, but it never spells them out. However, he believes that fairy tales are effective in the formation of truth in the eyes of children. It leave to the child’s fantasizing whether and how to apply to himself what the story reveals about life and human nature. As young people inclined to their imaginations instead of cold, hard facts, children usually interpret their daily experiences with what they see in fairy tales. Now we... ? It is quite interesting to discover man’s inclination and necessity to...
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Literature course
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...Bettelheim suggests that such stories merely give the child an escape, I beg to differ. They imbue the child with positive encouragement and a strong belief in himself. These two attributes are priceless they could mean success or failure for the child while growing up as well as when he reaches adulthood... Women in the Family and Community Family and Community is an introductory theme on page in The Mercy Reader. This sparks an interest to me. Reading the first paragraph made me feel inferior and yet for quite sometime within the last two years I have felt very strong. It is true that in our society, the ideal concept of the family is easily inferred from television situation comedies, where it...
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Addiction in Pregnancy to Prescription Drugs
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...Bettelheim, E. (2010). First-trimester fetal heart rate in mothers with opioid addiction. Addiction, 105(7), pp.1265-1268... ? Addiction in Pregnancy to Prescription Drugs Addiction in Pregnancy to Prescription Drugs Addictionto prescription drugs among pregnant women causes harm to the unborn child. This behavior is also dangerous and risky to the life of those women who do it. The abuse can be of many ways. One of them is using the drugs against the rules and regulations instructed by a provider or using someone else medicine. Another form of abuse is taking the medicine while still using alcohol and other narcotic drugs. Moreover, abuse of the drugs can be in the form of taking medicine without...
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Using Gene Therapy as a Treatment for Cancer - Developments and Future Prospects
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...Bettelheim, Brown, Campbell &Farrell (2010, p. 721), gene therapy is a complicated... ?Using Gene Therapy as a Treatment for Cancer - Developments and Future Prospects This paper explores the scope of gene therapy for cancer treatment in the context of current developments and future prospects. Cancer is the second potential cause of death in Western countries. Cancer mainly affects human organs including lung, prostate, and bone. Breast cancer is common in females. Although scientists have proposed a series of therapies that can improve patient outcomes, definitive cure for cancer has not been developed yet. Over the last decade, researchers gave more emphasis on gene therapy development as they...
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The Red Shoe by Ursula Dubosarsky and Stardust Novels by Neil Gaiman
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...Bettelheim, Donald Haase and Karen Coats etc., to demonstrate that fairy tales and folktales are grounded in the everyday desires and fears of ordinary people. The significance... ? Children's Literature: The Red Shoe by Ursula Dubosarsky and Stardust Novels by Neil Gaiman Folk tales and fairy tales have long been accepted and encouraged in cultural memories and have had significant social functions. Not only has children’s literature dramatically altered over the decades, but it also has demonstrated how postmodern lifestyle has modified and shaped the concept of childhood. The established modification of children’s literature is a reflection of the social situations of children’s fears and desires. The ...
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Describe a Personal Experience that was Emotionally Significant
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...Bettelheim, B. (1982). Freud and the soul. The New Yorker, 6, 52-75 Freud, S. The ego and the id (1923). The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud, 19, 1–66. Freud, S. (1900). The interpretation of dreams. Standard Edition. London: Hogarth Press, 4, 1-338. Greenberg, J. R., & Mitchell, S. A. (1983). Object relations in psychoanalytic theory: Harvard Univ Pr. Laplanche, J... ? Essay s School Going back in time sometimes, I still feel the adrenaline rush and a mix of different feeling while I remember a variety of experiences I went though. Three years from now, when my teenage was in full swing and my hormones were in their maximum flux, I was a completely different person. ...
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Research paper analyzing the writiing style of Stephen King
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...Bettelheim stresses that the enchantment and horrors of fairy tales present existential problems in forms children can understand. King’s paranormal horrors have comparable cathartic and informative roles for adults; “they externalize the traumas of life, especially those of adolescence” (Badley et al. 4). Danse Macabre represents the externalization of these traumas, as a way of coping and survival. People have to analyze and read between-the-lines, nevertheless, to understand the themes of survival and adaptation in some of King’s novels. King writes to terrorize readers. King’s critics say that his success relies on the “sensational appeal of his genre,” which King eagerly confesses... 8 April...
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The Popularity Of Harry Potter With Children and Adults
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...Bettelheim and Joseph Campbell, and showed how Harry Potter meets psychological needs which are primal and basic in individuals. Children make new meaning through reading the books, and find different meaning every time they read a particular Harry Potter book. Adults experience the same types of emotional experiences as children, only they can understand what the symbols mean, according to Black (2002... ?The Popularity Of Harry Potter With Children and Adults Introduction Harry Potter is a character that is universal, and this is the reason why he isso appealing to people of different ages. He is a hero, he is powerful, he always makes the right decisions, and he is a paragon of universal truth and...
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Modification of childhood in childrens literature
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...Bettelheim, Donald Haase and Karen Coats etc., to demonstrate that fairy tales and folktales are grounded in the everyday desires and fears of ordinary people. The significance... Childrens Literature: The Red Shoe by Ursula Dubosarsky and Stardust Novels by Neil Gaiman Folk tales and fairy tales have long been accepted and encouraged in cultural memories and have had significant social functions. Not only has children’s literature dramatically altered over the decades, but it also has demonstrated how postmodern lifestyle has modified and shaped the concept of childhood. The established modification of children’s literature is a reflection of the social situations of children’s fears and desires. The...
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What do You Consider to be the Most Effective Pedagogic Principles for Teaching in the Early Years Today
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...Bettelheim, ECM Frijling-Schreuder and Margaret... Introduction: Pedagogy encompasses the variety of skills and the ideas that are used in teaching. It also gives the rationale behind the decisions that a teacher will take in the teaching process for the learning of the pupils to be effective (Moyles, Adams & Musgrove 2002). In some definitions, the term is limited to the action of teaching and the core skills that the teacher needs to posses to make effective instruction decisions. It mainly relates to the early childhood teaching process and in some cases extended to social contexts like in orphanages and retirement homes. There are several pedagogical principles that are applied in early childhood le...
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An overview of some aspects of child psychology
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...Bettelheim, B. (2003). The empty fortress. New York: The Free Press. Bower, T. G. R. (2003). A primer of infant development. San Francisco: W. H. Freeman. Bower, T. G. R. (1999). Human development. San Francisco: W. H. Freeman. Bowlby, J. (2001). Maternal care and mental health. Geneva: World Health Organization. Bowlby, J. (1999). Attachment: Attachment and loss. London: The Hogarth Press... CHILD PSYCHOLOGY Of CHILD PSYCHOLOGY INTRODUCTION In 2002, two children representing a case of severe developmental retardation were discovered and taken into custody. The children, an older sister (referred to as F) and a younger brother (referred to as G), were found to have achieved no more than the physical...
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The impact of animation for children's psychological development in finding their identities
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...Bettelheim, and, Identity, culture and the postmodern world by Madan Sarup Conclusion The project at hand is undoubted lengthy and detailed however, since existing researches in this field of study are a wide pool of interest, it is hoped that the goals of the project will be attained in the time frame provided. Also, since animated... ? Impact of animation for Children Table of Contents: Sr No. Topic Page What are animations and what forms they may adopt 3 2. Animations Sharpen the Human Brain 4 3. Animations as a tool to convey some controversy 7 4. Animations as a tool for learning the 3 T’s in life 8 5. My Project Idea 10 6. My Project’s basic proposition, idea or research question ? 11 7. Intentions ...
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Intersections: World arts, local lives
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...Bettelheim and Janet Catherine Berlo with support for the exhibition that came from the National Endowment of the Arts and the Donald B. Cordy Memorial Fund. There was also help and support from other funds, including UCLA and the UCLA Latin American Institute. Support was also provided by individuals interested in commissioning and showing new work that was a part of the necessary art exhibitions. The themes and topics of the exhibition ranged... ? Intersections: World Arts, Local Lives The first artwork examined was a headdress, located from Calabar, Nigeria. The main type of artwork was a combination of masks with ancestor worship that was a part of the rituals based in the region. This came...
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A Cultural Geography of Childhood
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...Bettelheim, B (1985) The Uses of Enhancement Harmondsworth: Penguin Brannen, J. and O'Brien, M. (Eds.) (1996) Children in Families: Research and Policy; London: Falmer Buckingham, D. (2000) After the death of childhood: growing up in the age of electronic media; Cambridge: Polity Press Cannella, Gaile Sloan. )1007). Deconstructing Early Childhood Education: Social Justice & Revolution. New York: Peter Lang. Chisholm, L. et al, (1990) (eds.), Childhood, Youth and Social Change: a comparative perspective, Lewes, Falmer Press Coveney, P. (1967... BA Education Studies A Cultural Geography of Childhood "Children of all ages have one thing in common: they close their ears to advise and open their eyes to...
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Choose an aspect of development, learning and/or curriculum in early childhood education
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...Bettelheim in 1976 speaks of the use of traditional and universal fairy tales as a vehicle that contains significant messages to the unconscious and conscious mind. The universality of the problems conveyed in the stories is something that the children can relate on, thus developing their ego and as well as relaxing unconscious pressures. Furthermore, many of these stories start with the death or loss of a parent, a theme the children can relate to. Stories also employ a protagonist that has to deal with adjusting to a new scary environment (such as Goldilocks, Hansel and Gretel and Little Red Riding Hood), and personal meaning... Play Therapy and Early Childhood Education Introduction Effective early...
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Developmental Psychology
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...Bettelheim, B. (1972). Empty Fortress. Publisher: Free Press. Bolton, P., MacDonald, H., Pickles... CHILDHOOD DISORDERS 2007 How do perspectives on childhood disorders help to inform professionals involved in their treatment? Discuss with reference to research. Childhood disorders such as learning and conduct disorders, autism and depression, emotional problems, and many other conditions are likely to be caused by multiple factors that closely interplay with each other. Though the multi-causal approach (i.e. agreement that several factors combine to result in one or other type of disorder) seems to prevail in modern research, there are still several major perspectives that view one or other group of fac...
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Childhood Disorders
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...Bettelheim, B. (1972). Empty Fortress. Publisher... CHILDHOOD DISORDERS 2007 How do perspectives on childhood disorders help to inform professionals involved in their treatment Discuss with reference to research. Childhood disorders such as learning and conduct disorders, autism and depression, emotional problems, and many other conditions are likely to be caused by multiple factors that closely interplay with each other. Though the multi-causal approach (i.e. agreement that several factors combine to result in one or other type of disorder) seems to prevail in modern research, there are still several major perspectives that view one or other group of factors as dominant in aetiology of childhood disord...
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Kantian Moral Theory
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...Bettelheim, B. 1982. Freud and Man's Soul. New York: Knopf. Bickerton, D. 1975. Dynamics of a Creole System. New York: Cambridge University Press. Bickerton, D. 1995. Language and Human Behavior. Seattle: University of Washington Press. Blasi, A. 1980. "Bridging Moral Cognition and Moral Action: A Critical Review of the Literature." Psychological Bulletin 88:1-45. Blasi, A. 1988. "Identity and Development of the Self." In Self, Ego and Identity: Integrative Approaches, ed. D. K. Lapsley and F. C. Power. New York: Springer-Verlaag. Blasi, A. 1993. "The Development of Identity: Some Implications for Moral Functioning." In The Moral Self, ed. G. G. Noam and T. E.Wren....
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Art of Darkness
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...Bettelheim who argued that the readers’ wishes and fears go into the shaping of the fairy tales. “Certain patters recur because the problems they echo are common to children… Both horror stories and fairy tales give their audience a safe way to exercise their fears by entering... CONTENTS 0 ART OF DARKNESS 1 INTRODUCTION Darkness is a concept we don’t even question, something that becomes a part of our inner psyche before we’re even old enough to consider the source. It is more than just the simple absence of light but is instead imbued with a myriad of meanings brought to us through the medium of mythology. Mythology is often thought of as being something that was made up a very long time ago by the...
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