Jay Gatsby uses his money to throw extravagant parties, with the purpose of attracting Daisy’s interest. Gatsby’s parties proves that he uses his wealth as a useful tool in his dream to win back Daisy. “They’re such beautiful shirts,” she sobbed, her voice muffled in the thick folds. “It makes me sad because I’ve never seen such – such beautiful shirts before” (Fitzgerald 89). Gatsby wanted to gain Daisy by showing her his power and wealth, his aim was to impress her and buy her expensive products to win her back.
He has been nothing but nice to my family and is one of the most charismatic people I have ever met. He talks with ease and knows how to make people smile and laugh. Just recently, he got busted by the FBI for multiple scandals dealing with money, as he holds a high position in the Tallahassee government. My parents always were a bit suspicious of him, as they had been to his office, which holds a massive fireproof safe containing guns of all kinds, which seems a bit suspicious for a Liberal man believing in gun-control. My parents tried to not think much about the incident, but could not help it when they found out he got a new house and a new boat.
Ted bundy had a terrifying social behavior to which he was very shy and awkward. He had an IQ of 113 when disorganized serial killers who got caught, had 93. Ted came from a great family where he attended church every sunday, and was strictly Catholic. Unfortunately, he got into pornography at the very young age of 11, and constantly had thoughts of acting out murder. Bundy was only 20 when he commited his first murder, and said he was being possessed while doing it.
This method requires the trafficker to gain trust and get into a relationship with the victim. [5,3] After that, he convinces her and tricks her into sex trafficking. Sometimes, the relationship turns emotionally and psychologically abusive where they use blackmail and violence to intimidate their victims into compliance.  Next, another method could be sale by family which happens when there is an inconceivable level of poverty, debt, desperation and displacement. Due to the pressure to mitigate sufferings and privation, they sell their child for work as prostitution at a young age to bring some money to the family.
This theory also doesn’t apply to Caroline because she is socially successful and a straight A’s student. The third theory is Cloward and Ohlin’s Opportunity structure theory that also doesn’t apply to Caroline because it says that people basically only commit crime for money. Differential association is another theory that doesn’t explain Caroline’s behavior because it basically says that a person has to learn how to do crimes in order to commit one and that it all depends on the type of attitudes he/she is exposed to. Lastly, the Labeling theory which claims that no action is absolutely right or wrong and what is defined as criminal varies across space and time. Which also doesn’t explain Caroline’s behavior because basically this theory “clearly overlooks that almost universal consensus exists in relation to any crime.” Eventually, none of these sociological theories can explain Caroline’s behavior on being easily addicted.
the similarities between the two versions are just there to help the audience understand what the story is about since the events are what make up the plot. One of the similarities is how Harrison was taken away from his family by the government since he was considered a threat to society. He also managed to escape jail in both versions of the story, which showed how much of a genius he was compared to everyone else. There were the events that helped the reader shape the story in their minds and understand it but the difference are the details that would make the audience either like it or hate it. One of the major differences is how Hazel was the one in the kitchen in the movie and she didn’t see her son on television while in the book George was the one in the kitchen.
I think many Americans think that there is a problem with the black person whom was killed by the police, rather than the officer who actually murdered the person. Many people, like myself, believe that police officers do not always get in trouble when situations like police racism or brutality happen. They do not think about getting in trouble because most of them literally don 't at all. When cops get caught for illegal actions they are just going to get in trouble by there own friends on the force, just to be put on paid leave. Not being caught is a big issue and is mainly why cops think that they can do whatever they want and completely get away with it.
Discrimination against immigrants does not exist because of the Patriot Act because it existed long before this law, however, since this act made it easier to track and arrest terrorists that enter the country legally it is getting blamed for doing the job of protecting this country. Suspected terrorists often enter the country legally without prior knowledge they are being watched, and once they enter they are arrested, therefore, the arrest is seen as discrimination against immigrants. The act has been vital in luring terrorists into the country for their own arrest, although it is often mistaken as discrimination, the act is simply protecting this
The justice system is intended to make society safer for all, but who is going to protect the people when the justice system begins to overzealously imprison Americans? The intent of sending someone to prison is to reform them and ensure they leave prison as a productive member of society. It will come as no surprise that prisons have strayed from their original intent. Not only are more people being incarcerated than at any point in our history, they are also being locked up for “increasingly long prison sentences” which have a “negligible effect on reducing crime rates” (“Mass Incarceration” 2). Sending people to prison for nonviolent crimes may prove to do more harm than good for society as a whole.
This was my only opportunity to have more acting experience, since we produced short films, and I had the chance to star in it. My third and final year of High School, I was determined to study general courses to receive a higher education degree. This degree is mandatory in order to study abroad. My goal after high school is to qualify for My first acting experience was a form of entertainment. I was 8 years old and loved to captivate the audience.