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Random Family by Adrian Nicole LeBlanc

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These blue-collar values also deepened after study sociology at Smith College. After she was through with her high school, she joined the Smith College, and later she joined Oxford and Yale University respectively.
After earning her master degree at Oxford University, Adrian Nicole got a job in Seventeen magazines as an editor. Her position was stretchy enough such that she was able to write magazines regarding marginal futures, drug dealers, gang girls, prostitutes among others.
Nevertheless, her works were considerably tiresome especially after the release of Random Family. During this period, Le Blanc could get fatigued to an extent that she could not manage to attend to some interviews. , in some cases, she used to hand over her tape recorder to her subject of the interview.
The reception of Random Family was praised for its neutrality. The book managed to balance its views on families, as well as financial stability. Recently, Nicole and Random Family received several nominations and awards. One of the strongest points the author possesses is her excellent research methods. She has received various awards and spots among other nonfiction writers and journalist Nevertheless, the book received by various critics. Nicole’s work is seen to exerts the unflinching and fascination of a classic documentary. Additionally, critics argue why young women and men in the Bronx have a deal with drugs as the only form of employment. (LeBlanc 332)
Nicole is more often criticizes for presenting the solution to the social problems of the youths of the Bronx to be drugs.&nbsp.