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Full House

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Rachel Ricotta

on 16 April 2014

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Transcript of Full House

Joey Gladstone
goofy, creative, loving, immature, wholesome
Born and raised in San Francisco
Danny's childhood best friend
Responsible for taking girls places
Resents his parents for fighting so he tries not to be strict with the girls
Tanner Household
Danny: Father, talk show host

Jesse: Uncle, exterminator

Joey: Family friend, comedian

Donna Jo (DJ): oldest daughter

Stephanie: middle daughter

Michelle: youngest daughter
Danny Tanner
Pam Katsopolis Tanner
Jesse Katsopolis
creative, outgoing, rebellious, loyal
Born and raised in San Francisco
Pam's younger brother
Dropped out of high school to work for dad's exterminating business
His idol is Elvis
Rides a Harley motorcycle
Plays music gigs
Eventually works in advertising
Helps care for girls but has a difficult time being a good role model for the girls
By: Rachel Ricotta, Leanne Kennedy, Melanie Rosenberg, Molly Heinmiller, Peyton Stipes

Friends and family members have stepped in to help Danny take care of the girls

- DJ steps in as a nurturer and role model for her younger sisters

- Danny is an active and engaged father to his young girls

- Jesse steps away from his rebellious tendencies and becomes a good parental figure for the girls

- Joey encourages the girls and is there for them throughout their childhood

- The family adapted by working together, taking on new and different roles, and learning how to change with each other in the face of adversity

- Good communication skills
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Born and raised in San Francisco
Died in car crash
Parents Irene & Nick Katsopolis
Irene helps family after Pam's death
Loving and nurturing nature
caring, energetic, type "a"
Born and raised in San Francisco
Divorced Parents, age 10
Close relationship with his mother, Claire
His father was absent
Similar to Dwight, both idolizing their mothers
Father, but takes on both paternal and maternal roles
Married high school sweetheart, Pam
Main Conflict:
Learning how to be a successful family after Pam's passing
Other Major Conflicts:
When Joey and Jesse are offered a full time job
Stephanie and DJ are upset and propose the question, "Who is going to take care of us now?"
Upon request their boss allows them to work from home.
-Many sub conflicts arise as a result of Pam's death.

-The division of household chores, time management and disciplining the girls are a few of these conflicts.

-We see this conflict first hand when DJ came home over an hour late from her karate practice, leaving Joey worried sick.
A Family meeting was called to address this situation. They ended up coming to an agreement that she would be grounded the following weekend, resulting in her being able to go to her tournament the upcoming weekend.
Adjustment to losing a spouse is related to many factors.
Relationships between parents and children seem to become stronger through adverse conditions.
Five themes of transitioning to being a single parent after death of a spouse
5% of children are bereaved of parent before age 16
Over 24,000 children and young adults experience a parent's death each year
Negative outcomes associated with childhood bereavement
3 themes among children who experienced death of parent before age 18
"Double Jeopardy"
Non Traditional
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