Their environments may have pushed the two towards murder but ultimately, killing the Clutter family was a choice, not a genetic trait, and not entirely due to the environment either. There was something in them that twisted and told them that it was alright to kill other people; Perry’s sister even said “they shared a doom against which virtue was no defense" showing that she felt that whatever caused Richard and Perry to kill was out of their control (Capote 185). Ultimately, this example from “In Cold Blood” showed that some behaviors were not due to genetics or the environment but were almost entirely due to choices made by the
She then later had Taylor talking about her image of the murder and his lifestyle. Taylor said “I’m not sure what I was expecting him to be like, but the guy I see on the screen isn’t that. That neat, pretty weatherboard house isn’t it either. I thought he’d live in some dark, cave-like shack, alone hiding from the world.” This proved that we stereotype people and this can be a major mistake.
They also must have been accused of other crime/trouble and/or be of a low social status and practice medicine. Also, if they were aggressive towards other women. According to the movie, the only way you could be free from such an accusation is to basically rat someone else out even if they did not do it! This threat of being accused was a way for the men to control women. The movie makes the story seem as if it is just one small village that this happens in.
Another crime is stealing drinks from the bar that the play was set in, although she did put a coin on the counter in the beginning, so this might be debatable. Another item that is a possible crime is breaking curfew. This isn’t mentioned in particular, but knowing the time period and the occurrences of that time it is very realistic that Mary was breaking curfew. To me, there are different reasons that Mary commits each crime. I think that she became a prostitute mainly for the money.
There are many pros and cons to prostitution but I believe that the pros outweigh the cons. The pros of prostitution strengthen the reasoning as to why the industry should be legal. According to Business Insider, the legalization of prostitution would reduce crime against women.
It had been a rough day so far and Angela was just ready to go home. Her mom could not pick her up today so she was getting a ride with her boyfriend. She had gotten in the car with him before and she was always safe but today was another story. His best friend Jerry was riding with them and Jerry was known as a troublemaker.
This is shown by the quote ‘he could, he could have kept her on instead of throwing her out. I call it tough luck’. This quote is saying that Eric doesn’t care about any other women because he is treating them in the wrong type of manner for example ‘he treats them like they are prostitutes or people of the street’. There is another point that stats ‘Changed by the events in the play’. This is shown by the quote ‘I know I’m to blame – and I’m desperately sorry – but I can’t believe – I won’t believe – it’s simply my fault that in the end she had committed suicide hat would be too horrible’.
During the film, I was unsure if Dennis knew that he was entering into a situation connected to sex tourism. He seemed naive and confused during the scenes where he was asked to pay for a girl at the hotel or when a young woman started undressing in front of him, almost as if he did not know what was transpiring. We never saw his family member explain the widespread prostitution on camera, so maybe he thought Dennis already knew or he was embarrassed to say he met his wife through sex tourism. This made it difficult to dislike Dennis as a character, even though he was (perhaps unintentionally) engaging in sex tourism, which so often promotes human trafficking and sexual abuse of minors. Even if he did have an idea of the sex tourism aspect of his trip, he was quickly redeemed as he expressed his distaste with the young prostitutes and instead decided to pursue a real and honest relationship with
Alice in Second Wave Feminism. I feel like Alice fits into second wave feminism due to her considering getting an abortion. Abortion was illegal at the time this book was written so Alice was technically not allowed to pursue an abortion. She would of had to go to a place that was not very pleasing at all and was very unsanitary and unsafe. Alice was also sexually assault even though she was on drugs no one cared that she did not have control of her body.
If I were that guy I would call the cops and kick her out of the car not bring her home and treat her like it 's alright to do that. Because it’s not alright to hide in someone car, so I think the idea of him being alright with this is a little farfetched for a book that 's trying to be realistic. I feel that when he told her to
She shouldn 't have called Max at all, and she should have only dialled Jane after calling 911. In the few minutes that Zoe hesitated her mother’s condition could have worsened. I’m sure there are a lot of variables in Zoe’s life that I didn’t take into account before deciding my opinion. Including their fame, Max’s over controlling policy that she shouldn 't publicise her mother’s condition, and the fact that this has happened before. I can’t stand the constant swirling rumors associated with
Stephanie’s effect is mostly negative caused by her freud experiments and getting in the way of the project for her own reasons, she treated him negatively and not like he was a human child but as if he was her plaything, giving him alcohol, letting him see her naked , letting him run free with no restrictions, not researching chimps prior or during the experiment and attempting to stop Laura from teaching him properly due to her own jealousy are some of her negative effects on Nim. Bob on the other hand treated in as a friend and as an equal, while his giving Nim marijuana may not have been the best for Nim, Bob still treated him with respect and actively acted against Nim’s vaccine experimentation and his housing at Black Beauty Ranch, Bob seemed to see the best in Nim even after Herb said he couldn’t truly communicate with sign language. While Bob one of the last people with and affect on Nim, Bob’s affect most likely remained until Nim passed away. Thirdly there was Laura Nim’s first real teacher Her affect was mainly positive with Laura being Nim’s main teacher she taught him a lot of what he knew prior to his passing, Her leaving had a major impact on Nim, as we saw Nim fly off the handle and attack her when she was
Have you ever wondered what it's like being wrongfully accused of a dramatic crime? If you have, hearing Sarah Good's story might enlighten you. On March 1, 1692, three women were arrested on accounts of witchcraft in Salem. Around 200 men, women, and children were accused of witchcraft and killed in this horrific time. Sarah Good had a horrible reputation that lead to, in my opinion, a wrongful accusation of witchcraft.