Bernie Goetz And The Power Of Context

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The immediate community around people is the important reason that people act in the certain ways. Usually, what people being like at society is not what they are actually being like as themselves. From their immediate communities, people gain the impressions society gives to them. Some people may misunderstand themselves through being at the society; some people may become selfish by seeing other people act selfishly. Overall, people are changing when context is changing. In the essay “The Power of Context” Bernie Goetz and the Rise and Fall of New York City Crime”, Malcolm Gladwell introduces the crime that New York City had during 1980-1990s. In 1980s, the crime rate was really high since a lot of people commit to crime at that time; later
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