FSW 281- Exercise 2

FSW 281- Exercise 2 - Nicholas Connolly FSW 281 Ms...

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Nicholas Connolly FSW 281 Ms. Daugherty 09/29/2011 Exercise 2: Babies The movie Babies is a very unique and interesting film to watch. Even though no words are spoken throughout the entire film, the viewers can understand how each baby goes through very similar, but also very different experiences throughout their childhood. The film observes four different babies from four very different cultures: Mongolia, Africa, Japan, and the United States. The film starts from the moment the babies are born, to a little after their first birthdays. Even though one year may not seem like a lot of time to pick up on infant’s habits, it is amazing to see how the babies share so many similarities, but still differ so greatly at the same time. The similarities start off right away as the Mongolian, Japanese, and American babies are all born in hospitals. For the most part, all three mothers shared the same experience as far as having a doctor deliver their baby, which says to me that they’re all living in the modern day era from socio-cultural environment. The United States and Japanese babies showed both the father and the mother play an active role in their daily lives. For example, both the parents were shown taking their children to daycare, play-
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course FSW 281 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Miami University.

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FSW 281- Exercise 2 - Nicholas Connolly FSW 281 Ms...

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