TMA01 The word ‘carer’ means someone who looks after a friend, relative or neighbour who needs support because of their sickness, age or disability. Carers come from all backgrounds and can be any age. Caring can be rewarding, but it can be difficult too (Directgov 2006) I will be looking into family care, and the difficulties and rewards it brings looking after a family member. I have been reading about a case study in unit 1 about Ann and her family who I will be using throughout as a reference. Ann looks after her father Angus who is 79 and has Parkinson’s disease, Ann lives with her father along with her husband Bob and daughter Zoe.
From the outside Brian appeared as a caring and loving father and husband. But not many knew that Brian actually was an active member of the organization, Ku Klux Klan. - An organization which Maggie Johnson later turned out to be a part of. As a baby, Maggie Johnson was every parents dream. Unlike other children she rarely cried and this fell into good hands, both with the parents and their friends.
In addition to Mr. Douglass’ request for Latimar’s freedom a trial ruled that he was still a slave. George thought his life was over but an African-American minister paid $400.00 for Mr. Latimer’s freedom. Lewis’ parents started an new life on October 1842. Three years later ,Lewis Howard Latimer was born in Chelsea Massachesetts on September 4, 1842. He was the youngest child of the family.
Murder is usually thought to be a crime that sprouts from hatred of the victim, but that is not true. Perry admits that he likes Mr. Clutter, even while he was killing him, but the Clutters had to pay for all the wrongs that people have done to Perry (302). Perry was abused for much of his childhood, and is a paranoid schizophrenic (298). In addition, this murder was also the result of greed, because Perry and Dick
The interview held the title ' The Untold Story Behind Michael Jackson's Controversial Album'. The family Cascio told the secret friendship with late Jackson which it lasted for nearly 25 years! Without telling anyone about it! He visited them frequently, shared many things with them, he trusted them, have good time with them, spent some quality peaceful time with them, exchanging Christmas presents with them, and even recorded some songs with them. A quarter of a century is quite enough to know what is a close friend is so it is the case with this family.
As awful as Ed Gein was, some look at him at as a hero. He has been used as inspiration for movies like Norman Bates in Psycho, Leather face in the Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Buffalo Bill in The Silence of the Lambs. They glorify a person that killed people. Ed Gein was one of the most awful murders of our time. He was mentally unstable due to his upbringing and abusive father.
Names like Billy the Kid and Jesse James were legendary in their own time. Billy was born Henry McCarty on November 23, 1859. He was a "cherubic juvenile desperado, who boasted that he had killed twenty-one men, not counting Indians and Mexicans" (Current 505). William H. Bonney, Henry McCarty, William Henry McCarty, and Henry Antrim were all names he used (O'Connor, 1960: 22-23). Known as the second most famous "bad guy" in the folklore of American outlaws (Surge 12-14), he fit in with the men around him who defied the law.
Osama bin Laden was known as one of the most wanted people in the world. His terrorist acts were met with incomprehension and disgust for most people. As of 2011, the death of Osama bin Laden has been officially confirmed, the reactions of the individuals were divided into two parts. To date, many are wondering what the intentions from Osama bin Laden finally were with his past deeds. Osama bin Laden has remained in memory mainly in the western countries and Europe as a poor person and monster.
ames Madison, Jr. was born at Belle Grove Plantation near Port Conway, Virginia on March 16, 1751, (March 5, 1751, Old Style, Julian calendar), where his mother had returned to her parents' home to give birth. He grew up as the oldest of twelve children.  Nelly and James Sr. had seven more boys and four girls. Three of James Jr's brothers died as infants, including one who was stillborn. In the summer of 1775, his sister Elizabeth (age 7) and his brother Reuben (age 3) died in a dysentery epidemic that swept through Orange County because of contaminated water.
He had always been associated with agbala; woman and titleless(pg 13). Through this, the reader's are privileged with the significant event that occurred in Okonkwo's course of life in which he grew up in in criticism. This experience has been essential in the formation of his character where he had always been haunted by the actions of his father and attempted to adopt totally opposite characteristics of his father. Although he managed to attain a position of wealth and prestige in his clan, he was always dazed by the fear of being regarded to his father, an emasculated figure that he associated with women. In effort to avoid this, he associated masculinity with aggression- the only emotion that he allowed himself to display.