Instead, it is Germany’s Military reorganization because it reduced Germany’s military which made them feel weak and trapped which for a nationalism country, it is the worst to no longer feel the pride in your country the you used to. These four ways the Treaty of Versailles punished Germany after WWI helped the Treaty to be the cause of WWII. On that note I will leave you with, do you still believe one document couldn’t have helped to start World War
The silencing of language by autocratic dictatorial leaders is an abuse of power that has brutal consequences on society. The consequent destruction of creativity and individual expression leads to submission and a collective inability to revolt against such despots. The displays of corruption by these leaders is demonstrated through their mass manipulations of the collective, which are enforced by oppression and dehumanisation. Throughout the twentieth century, there was significant social and political upheaval as a consequence of rapid industrialisation, war, and extreme class disparity. The dangers of such regimes are explored in the futuristic, dystopian worlds of Fritz Lang’s, Metropolis and George Orwell’s, Nineteen Eighty-Four.
When a child is born they go through the process of figuring out who they really are, as well as who they want to be. Society in many ways negatively impacts the freedom a child has whilst exploring this phase in life. It dictates what to do, and what not to do. Strong parental figures help shield young kids away from society at large and allow them to make their own decisions without any fear. Through reading the pieces “My son is Gay” and “I like to wear dresses” and Ivan Coyote we see how hatred directed towards children for just being themselves often discourages children from exploring their gender.
“Knowledge is power”. In the novel Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, Guy Montag is the protagonist in a dystopian world. The story takes place at a time when society was falling apart, books were banned because they gave people ideas and made them think outside of the box and this supposedly made the people “unhappy”. Knowledge and the progression of society go hand in hand, the removal of knowledge is the destruction of progress. Without knowledge humans are mindless fools.
If the textbooks covered the real and actual history, the students would be forced to ask difficult questions that even the teachers would not be able to answer. Since America is a place with people from all walks of life, they would properly understand their origin and how they were treated in the past and begin to ask for their rights. The teachers would find it difficult teaching this particular subject. Resultantly, citizens would not be patriotic and proud of America when its ugly truth is unraveled. As the Loewen affirms in his books lies my teacher taught me.
Thoreau writes, “I could not help being struck with the foolishness of that institution which treated me as if I were mere flesh and blood and bones, to be locked up”(279). The “institution” that treated Thoreau wrongly is like the government treating the people wrongly and having them confined and being the same like they aren’t anything. Pink Floyed writes, “there were certain teachers who would hurt the children any way they could”. The “institution” would be like the government doing the people wrongly, and the teachers would be like the “government” treating the students wrongly, not letting them have a say in anything and treating them like they’re not important . Pink Floyed and Thoreau show how the people thought they could do nothing about this because they’re considered “weak” to higher authorities, so they continued to be controlled like puppets and treated wrong, but they are actually stronger than they think.
Commanders take kids in their prime learning stage and drill bad habits into their heads. Some believe that kids should just walk free without any questioning. Many children are told to kill or be killed. Many children are scared for their life and only want to live. As a community we don't understand that their are so many kids that they are coming in like an endless flood.
What constitutes “masculinity?” Sadly, the term has been defined so harshly that it is having detrimental effects on our society. The definitions of gender roles bombard us everywhere, from books, to advertisements, to movies, there is seemingly no place one can hide from these absurd standards. Canadian sociologist Aaron H. Devor points out in his article “Becoming Members of Society: Learning the Social Meanings of Gender,” that gender norms are learned early on in life, burdening children with these restrictions (388). This is what makes movies which clearly reject and mock gender roles, such as The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, so refreshing. This film opens in a dream that SpongeBob is having about being the new manager at his city’s favorite
In the reading, “Anti-Intellectualism: Why We Hate the Smart Kids,” Grant Penrod recommends that there should be a different way to socialize amongst other individuals. This entire description explains the personal burdens that the intelligent scholars undergo. The ideas are as follows: author 's guilt celebrates, ideas held as standard when communicating, and on the bandwagon to get smart people worn down by the individuals that are against smart people. The author is afraid that people would not take the time out of their day to read or study for their classes. Claiming that bad influence towards education makes it resistant.
Censorship is good for society People’s actions need to be controlled. For example, people should not want the government telling other nations about the next new bomb or weapon created. In society citizens do not want potential enemies knowing where government records are and where troops are going.In the book “Fahrenheit 451” censorship is a big part of people’s live’s .This world is a dramatized version of a censored society; everyone is self centered and involved in themselves. Censorship is needed for children, insuring morally productive people and creates safety in society. Censorship protects children Aric Sigman author of “What Children Need is Censorship,” said “the difference between a child and an adult is that children are more vulnerable to the effects of everything from sunburn and alcohol to ideas and images”.