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Compose a 1250 words assignment on alcohol roles in the marriages of americans. Needs to be plagiarism free!

Compose a 1250 words assignment on alcohol roles in the marriages of americans. Needs to be plagiarism free! This essay in this paper tries to employ the concept of culture as used in social anthropology to theorize the major factors leading to it. These factors may include hereditary factors, social environment, culture, religious beliefs as well as a personal mental situation such as stress, depression, hypertension, anxiety to mention just but a few. Family issues and peer pressure have identified been identified as the fundamental causes of substance abuse in the elderly and youths respectively (Jennings, 1968, p.1)

In my situation, I will utilize movies whose title is ‘Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ and ‘Gone Girl’ to identify and examine the effects of alcohol. In of. George Martha, Nick Honey. Other main characters in the movie gone girl to be at include. Nick and Army, Rand and Marybeth, Bill and Maureen.

Both George and Martha were coming from a University bash where he is an associate professor in the history department. From the first scene, we get the implication that theirs is not a blissful marriage since they’re rather bitter at each other. Martha updates her husband George that she had invited another couple for after-party drinks. The other couple Nick and Honey arrive and the party gets rolling. Before long the background changes to alcohol combined with agony and serious heartbreaks. George and Martha exploit most of the entire first act maliciously settling their scores. George abuses Martha on her age and alcoholism while at the same time tries to embarrass and outdo Nick, an associate professor who makes him insecure career-wise. They also act hint about George and Martha’s unknown son who none of them is comfortable talking about. On the other hand, Martha takes the opportunity of the time to hurt her husband by giving her guests inner details of her husband’s non-performance. The climax of it all is when she exhibits George’s inability to be head of the history department despite his father in law being the university’s president.

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