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Title: Protection Thesis: The definition of a parental figure always seems to differ between the parent and the children’s perspective. The parent has wisdom and knowledge of previous situations where as the child thinks that they know the answer to everything with little to no knowledge at all. The parent makes the decision based on past experiences where as the child makes the decision looking for experience. The child is just trying to break free from control and try and learn new things on their own. When the parent is simply trying to offer a sense of protection for the child. I. “A&P” (128) A. Sammy disagrees with his bosses values. B. Agrees with his decision and knows the consequences that will follow. C. He knows that after the decisions he makes he will be able to live life the way he wants. II. “Girl” (96) A. Sense of rebellion from the mothers various commands. B. Do what you are told relationship, cultural standard. C. Slight feel for freedom when she rebels. III. “Two Kinds" (416) A. Daughter has to live by her mother’s standards and expectations. B. Mom believes she knows what is best for her daughter, constantly pushes her towards her mother’s goal.
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C. Never teaches her daughter, always making a reference to something she has seen.
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Protection The definition of a parental figure always seems to differ between the parent and the children’s perspective. The parent has wisdom and knowledge of previous situations where as
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