Such a thing was so uncalled for it caused the gamemaker to panic and bend the rules to avoid a larger catastrophe. Much like Coady, Katniss did not want to adhere to the governing laws placed upon her and broke a few regularly. She ultimately considered running away into the wilderness, into the ruins of district thirteen for a new life. Much like Coady, Katniss’s experience in this new home, later in the story, turned out to be no better. Breaking rules truly was a bigotry considering this municipality was central to the military, and such acts of rebellion were not just accepted as if nothing was
In the story Hitler youth, Sophie has a lot of charistics that Equality 7-2521 has. She is also rebelling against her people and society, in the beginning of the story, she begins to think that this is not ok and we should not be doing this. Equality 7-2521 has the same thought because he is different also, Sophie and Equality 7-2521 are very brave and have a lot of courage. But under all of that courage is covering up the fear, if they get caught they will be punished and disciplined. When Equality got sent to the Palace of Corrective Detention, he escaped because there were no guards.
There 's an obvious double standard at play, but people choose to ignore it for the sake of their ships. They want to ignore the wrongs of one character but call out those same wrongs of another character in order to prop up their faves. People are okay with calling Bellamy 's anger abusive, but
Danforth responds saying “ I cannot hear you.” His response shows that he could not bear to hear the truth of the situation. The conflict in The Crucible could have had a different outcome, if Judge Danforth had seen through the facade that was presented to him. He was fed lies, beginning with Abigail’s wild stories. As people realized he was easily convinced, they used this to their advantage to take down people they did not like. Even after having his judgment questioned by people of the religious establishment he would still not face his arrogance and ignorance and make the trial
We all know peer pressure can make you do things, But Arthur Miller’s The Crucible shows us the extremes of social pressure and how it can make us do things we would never have thought of doing. One of the major themes in The Crucible is that popular belief causes you to act and operate differently than you would normally. Some examples of this is Mary’s behavior, the girls fainting, and Proctors struggle to not confess. One of the main examples of someone giving in to social pressure is when Mary Warren decides to convict Proctor and say he is working with the devil. Under the pressure of the court Mary breaks and says while pointing at proctor “My name, he want my name.
They were jealous and always suspected that the other people were trying to take things that were not theirs. The witch hunt could only escalate as it did because the people of Salem did not trust each other in the beginning and it just kept on getting worse because they made false accusations. If we talk about an unstable community, we of course have to talk about its people. No one is innocent, many of them are not trustworthy. Two characters in the play take it to an extreme.
One thing that will not change in our world is the conflicts between opinions. It is easy to contradict people’s opinions based on our own point of view. In the story “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell a controversial event emerges when Rainsford kills General Zaroff. Many people have different points of view on weather Rainsford is a murderer or not. Rainsford should not be considered a murderer because he needed to get of the island, felt threatened, and needed to win General Zaroff’s game.
In this case, Antigone calls out Ismene for choosing to obey the rule of Creon rather than the rule of the gods. “I shall be hating you soon,” (193). Antigone then transitions into a more emotional form of persuasion, by threatening the relationship between them if she is to not join in on her plan. This targets the guilty conscience of Ismene which is normally what tends to push people to agree with the arguer, although it can be seen as a slightly manipulative tactic. Despite Antigone’s passive aggressive argument with Ismene, she fails to convince her to join the burial and carries out her mission on her own.
The film and book have the same plots and themes. One example is war is a serious business, because war isn’t a game it is life or death so if Ender would of lost he would have been killed with the rest. Another example is adults and authority lie, because the adults and authority would turn around and lie so everyone so that they could get what they wanted. The final example is government cant be trusted, because the government would also lie and would get anyone to do there bidding for them so they wouldn’t have to do it themselves. Just like how they controlled Ender with the other cadets to get them to fight in the war.
Explain some cases in which you would perm-ban/temp-ban people Threats & DDoS Threats: I personally take all threats seriously, I don 't know about you but I know how annoying it is to get publicized online with your information out their to the public and not able to come online for a while, It is annoying. I will say that DDoS threats only happen because people are annoyed because the victim has done something wrong or the suspect is jealous because the suspect has got something that the victim hasn 't got, even threats as "I 'm going to come to your house and kill you" is a threat and I would still follow staff procedures to prosecute the suspect with evidence. Staff impersonation doesn 't harm anyone right? As it 's a rule, guidelines must be followed. So I would warn the suspect who is doing this if they