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Fatherhood is going to have a different meaning and bring forth a
different response from every man who hears these words. Some feel
pride when they receive the news, while others worry, wonder whether ___1___
they will be good fathers. Although there are some men who like
children and may have had considerable experience with them, but ___2___
others do not particularly care for children and spend little time with
them. Many fathers and mothers have being planning and looking ___3___
forward to children for some time. For other couples, pregnancy
was an accident what both husband and wife have accepted willingly ___4___
or unwillingly.
What the reaction to the birth of a child, it is obvious that the ___5___
shift from the role of husband to that of father is a different task. Yet,
unfortunate, few attempts have been made to educate fathers in this ___6___
resocialization process. Although numerous books have been written
on American mothers, only recently have literature focused on the role ___7___
of a father.
It is argued by some writers that the transition to the father's role,
although difficult, is not nearly as great as the transition the wife
must make for the mother's role. The mother's role seems to require a ___8___
complete tranformation in daily routine and highly innovative(创新的)
adaption, on the other hand, the father's role is less demanding
and in immediate. However, even as we mentione the fact that growing ___9___
numbers of women are working outside the home, the father is still
thought by many the breadwinner in the household. ___10__

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The new media in the United States consists of radio, television and
newspaper. Together they influenced the lives of many Americans. Most ___1___
Americans begin their day with reading the newspaper or watching a ___2___
morning news program. Throughout the day the news is broadcasting ___3___
repeatedly on the radio and television. In the evening news is a prime
virtue on television with up to two hours of news in the early evening ___4___
and more news later at night. For those who pefer reading , the evening ___5___
newspapers provide them the possibility of reading the news. ___6___
The news media must interest the public , and it is a big business.
Therefore, it is very competetive since stations or papers compete with ___7___
each other for listeners and readers. Each tries to present the latest news
that Americans want to know. When it comes to an item such that an ___8___
election , all the news media will report the same. As a result listeners,
viewers or readers may find it hard to choose and complaining. ___9___
Nevertheless, most Americans will not criticize their news media too hard,
its credibility is generally acknowledged and accepted by the American ___10___
public.