Instead, if they love each other they could find a way to stop this tension. Acts of violence and hate are never the answer to any problem, yet people seek it just to have fun, show pride, or be gallant. In The Outsiders there was a rumble between the Socs and Greasers to show who’s boss, but after this epic fight nothing changed. All of the Greasers were hurt really bad, the only thing they got for this loss was the Socs being chased out
His masculinity grants him a personal sense of power, but that had been taken from him. Continuously he is abused and stripped from a satisfaction of feeling socially equal to others. This is a cause of his social economic status, which only allows him to clothe himself with old stained garments. For this reason, he is perceived to be less than a human in the eyes of individuals who play an important role to society. Since the Underground Man’s character has been described as socially isolated since the beginning of the book, his difficulties expressing himself to other individuals was the commencement of a deep angry desire to have some authority over the officer.
Theo Robson, who is in the middle of the age group and leader 18th Avenue Homeboys, is the person who rose from no one to someone and always enjoys putting a bullet in a body, sometimes for no good reason. Theo, despite being something of a madman with a gun from time to time, is someone who likes to take responsibility for his other brothers and making sure they don’t step out of line and get themselves arrested or killed. James Robson is someone who rides on the side-lines of all of the violence, mostly because he isn’t as great as a shot as the other brothers but is the best at gathering valuable resources such as materials for crafting firearms and transporting drugs from client to the family safe house quickly and without stirring up any trouble. James is also the one with the most medical expertise and is responsible for any injuries or health issues the other brothers have. Mikey Robson , one of the older brothers and is someone who enjoys any kind of mischief that involves pain and suffering for other human beings.
Desperately propelling himself toward the deeper immersion of conforming with society, yet seemingly unable to fill the void of dissatisfaction he feels, Jack relentlessly suffers from insomnia. This inability to sleep is described as seeing everything becoming “a copy of a copy of a copy” (PAGE), in the same way that everything in this commercialized culture is artificialized; nothing is unique. It is only with Tyler Durden’s aid that the narrator realizes “the things you own end up owning you” (PAGE), and thus seeks to break out of his hollow, empty existence by creating Fight Club. Within a society obsessed with material goods and stratifying people according to their different social levels, Fight Club offers these “white-collar slaves” (PAGE) a chance to break out of their societal roles and let out their raw
Because it is a very pivotal area to analyze the societies, studies on popular culture should be gone on especially to recognize the capitalist and patriarchal elements used in the products of popular culture. In this respect, it can be told that popular culture can inform and warn people opposing to the abuse of the producers. Generally, the capitalist elements are advertisements. Especially, the advertisements by the actors and actresses who have influence on the society by abusing the emotions of public, aim only to sell sometimes obviously but from time to time hiddenly. On the other hand, patriachal elements in
Ideology The movie that I have chosen to analyze is the 2004 film Crash. This film emphasizes the intertwining cultures of today 's society and the conflicts faced from class, culture, stereotypes and racism. The explicit content of this film is to teach the audience that one person 's choices has an impact on another person or multiple people and to persuade the audience that we as a society need to change how we treat each other. The films overt message does generate social dialogue, however, this film can be interpreted by the audience through their own beliefs and behaviors causing some misinterpretation. In Crash, ideology is screaming that the audience needs to open their eyes to the harsh reality of today 's challenges and make a change.
He done quite a bit in the ring. He’s a lightweight, and he’s handy.” (24). This is referring to Curly and how George and Lennie should watch out for him because of his past in the ring. Also in this quote, the old man is referring to how the bosses son is exactly like the boss. This is not a good sign for George and Lennie because they do not get along with the boss.
The character of Mr Birling is presented in a variety of ways throughout the entire play. Mr Birling is portrayed to be a typical capatalist upper class male, who only cares for materialistic items such as money. He is used to represent everything wrong with the upper class society, who within the period of the Edwardian era, were viewed to be incredibly selfish people, who merely showed concern for social status. Mr Birling is presented to be a rather arrogant, ignorant man within the extract. This is evident as he views him self as a 'hard-headed business man ', this conveys the lack of modesty that Mr Birling has, thus presenting him to be arrogant.
The impact Creon has is the tragedy of having both his wife and son die and becoming alone all by himself just for some rule he had enforce. Creon would not listen to anyone. His stubbornness and his pride was so big that he couldn't acknowledge that he could ever be wrong about things he did. Creon also had a self-righteousness and cocky attitude, where he feels that he is superior to all. In the play Creon says, “The State is King!” in which it shows that he as well thinks he is better than the Gods themselves are.
Are you willing to live in this type of community which is organized but you will not know the meaning of Love, Happiness, Christmas, and Joy? The movie entitled The Giver talks about modern society, a kind of society that is under surveillance, living in a ruled and restricted freedom. Their community doesn’t have emotions, seasons, and even Religion. Their community didn’t experience pain and struggles. Even though they didn’t experience pain and I think their life is not meaningful.