Mr. Boris Brown had a slightly different opinion then his son. Boris felt that school was extremely important. In the Soviet Union you had to achieve a high carrier status in society to be viewed as a respectable person. Dating and going out with friends was accepted from a young age. Smoking and drinking was somewhat accepted; this might be because it was viewed differently in the Soviet Union then it is in the U.S. Even though things such as smoking were more accepted in the Soviet Union it was very uncommon for kids to go against their parents, parenting was still very strict, even though many things were liberal. Mr. Boris Brown believed that "The belt is always proper." He felt that children learn through pain and maybe next time they won't do anything bad, therefore not having to face the consequences.
On the other hand Mr. Yevgeniy Brown set different goals, he wanted to get married and start a family. Unfortunately because of his early marriage most of his career aspirations had to be put on hold in order to take care of his family. Mr. Yevgeniy Brown raised his son Oleg Brown based on his experiences as a child. Oleg was raised in Ukraine up until the age of 7. In Ukraine, school was very important and Oleg was punished for bad grades. His... [continues]
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