Mads 1STE – essay about the movie Crash 2 Lastly, I do also think that the characters in Crash are too heavily influenced by their prejudices, especially compared to the modern US. This is primarily due to the fact that it in many ways feels like the roles are defined by their existing or non-existing bias, which certainly feels unrealistic. This is especially true for one character in particular, which throughout the movie goes from good to bad. Tommy Hansen, a young police officer, ends up killing an African American at the end of the movie, despite showing no racial bias earlier on in the story. There seem to be multiple reasons for this murder, but none of them were really substantial enough to commit a murder.
When sometimes the Immigration Agency thinks all immigrants are all criminals which gives the immigration agency an excuse to arrest innocent immigrants., but not all are bad. They have a reason for the Immigration Agency to make an excuse like this, so the Immigration Agency can have something to say, but sometimes for the Immigration Agency that excuse to say that” They cross the border with no papers’’ does not work all the time. So, the Immigration agency gets themselves in trouble with people around social media or by the courts and higher authorities. When the Immigration Agency gets themselves in lots of trouble it is because they do not follow the laws to arrest immigrants. Sometimes they will force themselves into a home or a business property.
For example, you do not let your children play with Hispanics because they are vulgar but instead, you allow them to play with Europeans because they are more civilized. You refuse to employ an African because you falsely accuse him of being lazy and you employ a German who you believe is a restless workaholic. You panic and get afraid whenever you see a Muslim as you for your false belief that he is a dangerous terrorist so you decide to humiliate him for another, unrelated people’s actions. The reason behind all these irrational decisions is stereotyping. Stereotyping is mostly caused by the formation of a person’s comfort zone.
However, when Lennie came to Crooks, he was very careful and defensive towards Lennie because of the thought that Lennie would also be like the other workers and discriminate him. He is scared if people come to his door because they will make a fool out of him and he doesn’t want to be more isolated and he originally is. Additionally, he doesn’t want to show how he is isolated as well. Crooks knows that because he is black and everyone treats him unfairly, he cannot express his emotions. When Lennie came to George, “It
Insanity or Insecurity Society, It is always changing, just like the people in it. No one wants to look out of place in the world so they do what they can to fit in. Everyone does it differently it might be acting a certain way, or changing style, but with fitting in comes rejection. Just like trying to fit in, dealing with rejection is done differently, most people try to fix the problem before they start to get labeled. In the book “One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest” Ken Kesey shows that the “insanity” of the patients is really just normal insecurities and their label as insane by society is immoral.
The government made a mistake by doing this action because they are showing a bad example and in a way trying to scare the people where if you stand up to them, then your basically killed. Not only does it show this but it also shows that the Mexican government was scared of losing the battle and so they thought they found a solution by murdering basically. The Mexico City Olympics wasn’t just a regular event game. This event affected society in a different way, may be good or bad but either way it affects the people around. The event later on faces more than one surprise.
It is the concept of “right” or “wrong”, meaning that things that could be moral in a society can be immoral in another, but that doesn’t give the right to no one to judge them. (John, 2010) For instance, in the movie “Crash” after Jean Cabot is robbed she becomes very irrational and paranoid about everyone around her. She insists on getting the locks changed again because Daniel is of the Spanish race and has tattoos. Therefore, from his appearance she assumed that he was a gangbanger and would return to rob her house. (cheadle, et al., 2005) Some might not agree with them, but yet they should respect others beliefs and way of thinking.
Alisha Anderson Ms. Norman Honors English 9 21 September 2017 In To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee implies that people create racism by becoming fearful of change and having the need to be more powerful than someone else; as a result, the privileged use their power to tyrannize people of another skin color because they are frightened that someone different might be treated equally. This trend can sometimes be broken by people who think it is morally incorrect to treat anyone disrespectfully just because they are different. While humans should be equal, fear of differences and the desire for advantages in life compels people in the majority to treat the minority maliciously and unfairly. When Scout looked around at the mob wanting to lynch Tom Robinson she saw that “the men were dressed..in overalls and denim shirts buttoned up to the collar” (Lee 153). Through Harper Lee’s use of imagery she reveals that the clothing is very important to display discrimination and that the people in the majority of society dress the same way, and the people who dress different and look different are not welcome into the society and are treated differently.This shows that the people who are in the larger number of community can and will treat people unalike to them differently just because they look unsimilar, meaning that in a population, what you wear decides what group you get placed in.
It becomes difficult for Chicanos to balance being both Mexican and American equally without being criticized for being too much of one or the other. Pressures from both cultures contributes to Chicanos choosing which side gets represented more, thus forfeiting a part of their identity. The act of restricting Spanish makes Hispanic students feels like their culture is not of importance. Similarly, the condemning of the use of Spanglish pushes the idea that users are not good enough for their culture since they do not speak both languages fluently. Lastly, the negative effects of the media contribute to the creation of a stigma that makes Chicanos want to separate themselves with their Mexican identity.
Legalizing prostitution in countries or not is the ongoing, debatable matter of concern all around the globe and people have been putting forward their perspectives towards it. Some people take prostitution as exploitation of the human body and say that it is against the morality of the society. However, there are certain unnoticed benefits of prostitution in the society and it is better to legalize it in all countries with age-restriction. Being culturally influenced to a great extent, people do not consider prostitution as a decent profession. Prostitution is observed to be morally wrong and most of the women are labeled as ‘bad’ once it is publicized that they are involved in it as people give much priority to virginity and purity of women.