In the bureaucracy, selected individuals are the decision makers instead of elected authorities and representatives. The problems associated with bureaucracy in turn lead to the emergence of conflicts within the systems due to lack of control. A red tape system is unsuitable for addressing issues in unexpected situations. The world is constantly changing and needs swift decision making and reaction. Rigidity in the operation of bureaucratic systems also causes a waste of resources through duplication of duties in different areas and missed opportunities.
Opportunity brings desires and expectations in people’s life. However, never-ending opportunities or choices not only bring frustration in people’s lives but also make them saddened for prolong period. In “The Paradox of Choice” by Barry Schwartz argue that more is less, for to have more doesn’t mean it will meet people expectations. Every little thing is developing so vastly in today’s time, and people are running behind to achieve it. However, they don’t understand the fact that they are putting themselves in a pressure, where they have to make a decision.
To sum it up, stereotypes are almost always incorrect. Appearances don’t show a person’s actions or intentions. Without taking time to get to know someone, their true personality will not show. Also, who a person hangs out with, does not define who they are. For those reasons, stereotypes need to stop.
And they live in a gross and dirty world.” Good intentions cannot always lead to a good outcome. Very often the path a person may be stuck on simply does not have a good end, and it may be impossible to swerve off into a different path. In George’s and Lennie’s case, they were limited by a society which would not cooperate with many people, there would be people who would be looking for trouble. This quote plays a theme during the entire novella, especially in Lennie’s character. After
However, the prejudgements, rumors, misinterpretations, etc. often lead to making that person a target not because of their own self, but for their appearance. Those same reasons also lead to the lack of empathy in an individual. The Maycomb County folks are, “... so busy worrying about the next world they’ve never learned to live in this one, and you can look down the street and see the results.” (Lee p. 73). They are so busy worrying about protecting themselves that they even forget about the others.
The Greatest Hurdle On the journey to success, the biggest obstacle individuals face is self-doubt. This obstacle restricts them from realizing their true potential and causes them to underestimate their talents. It also makes them believe they are not extraordinary and as a result, makes them limit their own greatness. Self-doubt makes individuals believe they are incapable of accomplishing certain tasks and because of this, causes them to miss out on valuable opportunities. This self-doubt that many individuals within society struggle with, is highlighted in the various texts studied this semester.
The responsibility is on the citizens to get registered to vote. Many are too busy and do not have time. Others are registered, or at least they think they are, and find out on election day that there’s a problem and sometimes they cannot vote that day. Sometime voters are not aware and educated of the voting system and can get caught up by what social media/ news have to say about the parties and their candidates. As a result, they get caught up and end up not voting because they cannot decide who to vote for because of the influences that surround them.
The opponents of the law feel that the law fraud is not common and that this will cause an unwanted hardship to obtain the criteria just to cast a vote. (Wilson, Brewer 2013). Some people will find it difficult to purchase id because of the money required. The voter id laws has caused a two-fold program if the voter does not have proper identification. There is a strict and non-strict identification process.
Airport security is an intrusive system and corrupt system. The system they use doesn’t work either. It just waste money. However, some people argue that the security is needed and that you can decline the screening if they so choose. The problems still outway the need for safety
When the exertion of social power relies on some form of social identity, identity power is at work (Fricker, 2007). Intellectual function might be harmed broadly by epistemic injustice resulting in a lack of intellectual courage, as those who are subject to persistent prejudice fail to maintain even their own justified beliefs by giving up on them too quickly when faced with disputants (Fricker,