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SCSU Reactions of Authors to Childhood Experiences Comparative Essay

Southern Connecticut State University

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Read the three Readings posted here. What are your reactions to the childhood experiences of these three authors? What experiences were similar between the three authors (Asian-American immigrant, Native American, and Australian Aboriginal)? What is different about how they were raised from your child-rearing experiences in terms of who their primary caregivers are, what expectations were. How were they compared to the dominant cultures (In these cases, mainstream American and mainstream Australian? ) Are they making those comparisons or are other placing their worldview of the authors' childhoods? Two pages minimum.

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Running head: CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES

Childhood Experiences
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CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES

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Childhood Experiences
Introduction

Often, parents ground the lives of their children on policies and frameworks they
experienced with their families. At times, it might be done on purpose to emulate exemplary
qualities and practices. Some parents might strictly do the opposite of the negative
experiences they faced as children. Likewise, demographic factors, like race and family
status, also influence childhood experiences. This paper contrasts childhood experiences in
three articles from different demographic perspectives, Asian-American, Australian, and
native American. Further, the paper evaluates how the individuals were differentiated from
dominant cultures.
Tam (2015) describes the prejudice she faced growing up when her friend
claimed their residence reeked of “Chinese grosses.” Her fath...

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