The most noticeable exploitation of this power is with the censorship of Proles, the uneducated masses of Oceania. The Party feeds the Proles with beer, porn, and gambling instead of meaningful education. The result is a mindless mass of inferiors with no capacity for individual thought. Furthermore, in order to ensure no Proles become conscious, the Thought Police patrol the streets and eliminate “the few individuals who were judged capable of becoming dangerous” (71). This proves the immorality of the Party’s corruption and demonstrates the result of greed across humanity.
The story is presented by the spectator point of view of Rocket, whose life is unintentionally and irresistibly involved and influenced in the Gang war, indicating that people living in Rio de Janeiro have no choice for their life while they have to struggle in this treacherous city, accounted for the endless violence and crimes. The last scene of the youth gangs impressed me the most. As Carrot was arrested and Li’l Zé was killed by children, the ending indicated that Rio de Janeiro has entered into a new era, and the youth gangs have replaced Li 'l Zé to be the new leader of the slum. The vicious cycle of the gangs reminds me of the problem of street children. According to the UNICFE, street children is defined as boys or girls aged under 18 who spend all or most of their time on the street.
It refers to the processes in society that have the effect of limiting or harming a group’s social class, social statuses, that even extend to prohibiting access to basic needs, like education and others. “We are tired of our brothers becoming embroiled in crimes, becoming the hood-rats that have mastered the sewerage pipes of Westville Prison. Inequalities have
Juror #10 categorizes all those people who live in the slums negatively. He says, "They don’t need any real big motive to kill someone, either. You know, they get drunk, and bang, someone’s lying in the drain most of them, it’s like they have no feelings". He accepts that all those kids who are born in such situations and who have been showing to strength from a small age, turn out to be infamous, and can murder anyone they want. This belief influences him completely that this kid had definitely killed his father.
A Clockwork Orange is set in a dystopian society, controlled by a restrictive, tyrannical government and denotes a substantial disaccord between the citizens and the state. The novel is narrated by fifteen-year-old Alex, who speaks in a fictitious argot known as Nadsat. Alex and his ‘droogs’ (5) – Dim, Pete, and Georgie – venture the streets in ‘ultra-violence’ (5), attacking, robbing, and raping whoever they please. One night, Alex is arrested amidst another criminal act, putting his ‘ultraviolence’ to an end. In prison, Alex is offered to take part in an experimental behaviour modification treatment, known as the Ludovico’s Technique (91) – an aversion therapy believed to eradicate his violent tendencies – in return for a reduced sentence.
Teenagers will feel more anger and negativity about almost everything around them. In The Catcher in the Rye, Holden Caulfield’s life is a great example of negativity and anger. He had also experienced the injustice of fate - his brother died. On the night that his brother died, Holden broke all the windows in the garage with his own fists. After that day, Holden changed to a different person who is always full of anger and feels disgusted about the world.
Introduction Sigmund Freud -Psychology 's most famous figure is also one of the most influential and controversial thinkers of the twentieth century. Sigmund Freud 's work and theories helped shape our views of childhood, personality, memory, sexuality and therapy. Sigmund Freud was an Austrian neurologist who is perhaps most known as the founder of psychoanalysis. Freud 's developed a set of therapeutic techniques centered on HYPERLINK "https://www.verywellmind.com/talk-therapy-2671994" talk therapy that involved the use of strategies such as transference, free association, and dream interpretation. (verywellmind-2018) Body Paragraph 1: Background Information Biography: Where was your psychologist born?
The primitive behavior Jack showcases are amplified as he continues to hunt for pigs and neglect the opportunities to get off the island. This behavior then begins to come in the form of human savagery as he tortures those in Ralph’s camp and kills Simon and Piggy. Ultimately, the murder of Simon and Piggy is the peak of the Jack’s savagery. To imagine a group of children ages 6-14 murder two children out of sport is chilling. The book describes the murder of the children without even identifying who it is by describing the victim like an animal or beast, “The sticks fell and the mouth of the new circle crunched and screamed.
Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus is not only express the story of Eugene’s violence but also institutional and national also. Aunty Ifeoma and other lecturers who are tracked by the Sole Administrator and they are harassed and thrown out of the system. Papa- Eugene family’s bitter experiences are co-existed with the society’s illegal activities. On the day of Pentecost Sunday carries two brutal incidents. The first incident is Beatrice miscarriage and the second one is the public execution of three drug dealers.
However, the movie suffered due to its lack of adequate funding and the fact that it was shot in haste. Additionally, the melodrama overshadows the action, excluding nevertheless the final scene, which is done in the usual John Woo bloody fashion and is utterly impressive. 9. Once a Thief (1991) Red Bean Pudding, aka Joe, James and Red Bean are three orphans that grew together under their adopted father, Chow, who taught them how to steal. Unavoidably the three grew up to be high tech art thieves, terrorizing museums and galleries all over the world.