For example, when a shooting happens whether if it’s at a work place, school, or even at home there is always an outcome that affects everyone around them. Not only does the gunman feel guilty because they killed someone but do they ever thing about their family or the others, the pain they caused them, or even the disappointment from many people wondering why they did it? No, of course not because all the gunman’s thoughts are, get in and get out, but has there ever been a case where the gunman stops and thinks what he is doing, if he wonders what the outcome will be. Because
So, it is never justified to use utilitarian morality in decision making.” (Source D). There have been many cases of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in people who have been subjected to torture, but beside the effects of the torture is the view we are given off when we torture a human being for only information. It makes our country look bad and the way we do things
But if you as a parent put your child down and make them feel bad for doing something wrong is where you mess up. No human is perfect so you shouldn’t expect a child to ace everything they do. That’s where Willie’s dad went wrong, he expected too much from him and when he got injured it’s like Willie’s dad’s dreams were ruined. That’s how the family slowly started falling apart, the father and son relationship wasn’t all that good to begin with and now that he’s injured really messed it for the both of
Many people get made fun of because of how they throw or how they aren’t as athletic as other people are. Ever since then I get panicky and stressed when I have to participate in a game in gym class. Competition makes life harder for many people by leading to fighting, losing friends, and causing mental health issues. To begin with, competition makes life harder, people make fun of the losing team and some people take it so far that they can cause people to have mental health issues or if they already have mental health issues it could make it worse. Some people, like myself, may already have a few mental health issues when I compete in things it makes my anxiety really bad and I think everyone is judging me by how I stand or how I throw
He watched his father die, his mom and sister got taken away from him, and he was just struggling. He didn't give up; he kept up a fight. In today's world dehumanizing can be connected with bullying. People bully other people and that person that's getting bullied feel like hurting themselves or killing themselves. They get bullied so bad or dehumanized so much that they run out of options.
Regardless of Perry’s traumatic childhood, justice must be equally upheld to everyone, despite the differences in the ways we were raised. While nurture may be the primary factor in deciding why Perry did what he did, his childhood does not excuse him from being prosecuted the the full extent of the law. The controversial debate of nature versus nurture may never be fully solved, however it is clear in the case of Perry Smith that his surroundings were the primary cause of his motivation to kill the Clutter family. Between his abusive family and the inmates at the Kansas State Penitentiary, the emotions convening inside of Perry fell too much to bear. Perry was a victim of his environment and projected the rejection he felt onto
Sociopaths, often described as having antisocial personality disorder, are not born with their traits but their experiences they go through make them the way they are. Perry Smith has many examples of how his upbringing has made him the way he is. Perry’s life was filled with violence and neglect. Perry had a seemingly happy life until his dad started to beat his mother and she turned to drunkenness and promiscuity. Finally perry’s parents split, which can also to lead to problems in children's lives, he travels with his mother and siblings to san Francisco where he constantly gets in trouble to which he blames it on having, “no rule or discipline, or anyone to show me right from wrong" (54).
Guilt creates inner conflict as well as conflict within relationships and across generations which is seen as destructive. An example of guilt’s destructive capability is the damage that Michael’s guilt over Hanna inflicts on him. Michael’s resulting decision is to “never to take guilt upon myself or feel guilty, never again to love anyone whom it would hurt to lose” which makes him hard-hearted, sabotaging his relationships with others. Even though guilt can be destructive it also encourages people to take responsibility for their actions, to recognize their mistakes and wrongdoings, and to avoid them in the future. For example, the collective guilt that Michael’s generation inherits from the Holocaust emboldens them to accept their parent generations mistakes, know not to follow in their footsteps and condemn Nazi war
Communication between law enforcement and civilians has grown ever so further apart as time has gone on. Brutal shootings and violence on both sides are broadcasted in the media, making their communication that much worse. Civilians fear law enforcement due their assortment of defensive weaponry and the “legal authority to use coercive force” (Giles et al., 3). Police officers live with the constant fear that they might not make it back home to their families. To break the communication boundaries, law enforcement and the civilians will have to repair the broken trust and work together to improve our society.
Marcus was previously kicked out by his mother for being apart of gangs and not having his life together. Usually approaching a parent who has kicked out that child, it is terrifying for that child to return to that parent, but Marcus did just that, knowing very well his mother could have denied him a secound chance. Another example of how courage is when he left his gang. He could have easily met harsh consequences when he left, including beating, or worse, he could have been killed. He faced these dangers head on, still proceeding with leaving the gang.
Juxtaposition reveals Eli needs to go on an inner journey, “Peter- “Man, yer wrong the system done that to yuh, but you can’t see it”. “Busted eye, broken nose...thirteen stitches...not Wetjalas, but Nyoongahs, me own people”. This applies the system has broken their people and is the root of all cause. Without the support of others, regardless of the strength of an individual’s spirit, as a transformative inner journey will be very difficult if not
When you keep silent about something this significant it only escalates and blows up into something that could have been prevented. Racism is a very serious issue that involves everyone’s attention and without serious intervention this will create animosity in the generations to come. Racism needs to be squashed at the source, that is within people’s mindset (the way they see others). For so many years the issues of racism have not been dealt with and it is consistently being hidden and coming out at various times infiltrating our society and rearing its ugly head. Implementing policy changes within the educational system can help, but how does that affect the community as a whole.