As time progressed the severity of the fights increased. They justify this by saying that they were merely standing their ground. In fact, they managed to justify all wrongdoing and intentionally try to maintain a thug like
Violence is an action that people despise but is mostly always used when one well being is threatened. The book “the outsiders” it is about a boy named ponyboy who is in a gang and struggles with his differences from the rest of the gang. The text “fist stick knife gun” talks of a boy and his brothers who use violence to get a jacket back from a boy who stole it from them. Both the authors use the protagonist conflict in their life to connect to the theme violence leads to more violence. In both “Outsiders” and “Fist stick knife gun” the authors uses POV of the characters to develop the theme of violence never ends it's like a cycle.
The reader will proceed to imagine such a scenario and thus, this will stimulate the feeling of guilt and sorrow, which will convince them not to drink and drive. “simple solution” is also another technique that can be used that is effective as it makes people understand that life will be easier and better without drinking and driving. Drinking and driving a cause a lot of complications such as the guilt, the loss of a loved one, anger and sorrow. “simple solution” provides the reader will an easy solution by using their emotions to capture their understanding of the situation. The reader will come to understand that not drinking and driving is the best thing to do to avoid unnecessary complications.
Then maybe their stories will compel us to cultivate a better world. Also the survivors themselves can compel us to cultivate a better world. One last thing is that there must have been trash and stuff everywhere. So images of that can compel us to stop littering and pick up trash. That would probably have the biggest affect on cultivating a better world based on how much litter our world has
Learning how to replace the common feelings, emotions, and behaviors, and undertaking different approaches to a situation regarding conflict are two methods of coping I wish I would have known when I was experiencing culture shock, as this would have prevented many of the negative emotions I felt in this situation (Neuliep, 2014). Furthermore, taking a more open-minded approach to different customs and mannerisms would further help delay judgment and rejection to cultural elements I may find offensive or simply different than mine (Neuliep, 2014). This open-mindedness could better assist me in forming healthy relationships with people from foreign cultures, and increase my admiration of the
To me the conflict occurred out of misunderstanding and personal projection, along with defensiveness, to others the conflict may have been perceived as necessary according to their past experiences and personality. This conflict was settled quickly, but I believe that had it been a group of strangers that were not already established as classmates, we would have been better able to experience the
By himself he killed more than 50 of the suitors which shows the amount of strength he has. Not one of the suitors’ strength could match Odysseus because every one of them had fallen before
It is important to remember that other’s can see thing we cannot, especially children as they have a perspective we may have forgotten through the years. Now it is important to differentiate critique and the common misuse of criticism; though these are synonymous, they seem to be misused. Criticism, in today’s world, is seen as judgement, whereas critique is a constructive analysis. We can grow through actively accepting constructive critique and criticism (the correct use of the word), because the reality is that we do not understand just how valuable it truly is. Elon Musk, an innovator and a proactive citizen of our society, said “A well thought out critique of whatever you’re doing is as valuable as gold.”
The boys and the frogs 1.Don't do to others what you don't want others to do to you 2.Do not do to others what you do not want done to yourself. 3.What you do not wish yourself,do not do onto others. Your are afraid of death,it is the same with others. So why you lay your happy on others ,s sadness.
He’s killed a lot of innocent people and if he wasn’t put away for life he would of kept killing. He was known for being an unusual child and after his arrest he is famously known for his killing spree and how brutally he murdered his victims. He did go to jail, received his punishment and ended up being murdered in prison. Dahmer was known as the “"Milwaukee Cannibal” because he would eat and rape his victims. Jeffrey Dahmer will always be known for his gruesome
Violence is a constant, a catalyst for the cycle of life and death that has existed since the beginnings of life. However, humans have now, and have been, using violence for senseless pain and suffering. _ _ In James Gilligan’s novel, Preventing Violence, Gilligan discusses that a major cause of violence is feelings of shame, which usually roots from social factors and views of masculinity. Shame, the most common feeling behind violence, is feeling a lack of self-pride and humiliation.
Ameena Matthews, Ricardo “Cobe” Williams, and Eddie Bocanegra display the courage to express agape love for their communities. People living in these distressed communities on the Southside of Chicago have the mentality that when they have a grievance with someone, that grievance justifies the violence they commit against another individual. During the documentary, someone mentioned that violence is an infectious disease that consumes people; the behavior is bad, not the people. Also, violence is seen as the only way to reclaim credibility; they rather face death instead of dishonor. However, violence interrupters encourage those who seek vengeance to find it in their hearts to forgive and empower them to have the courage to love.
Why do gangs like the greasers, Socs, playboy and Ventures fight with each other? Some kids join gangs for protection and family and sometimes just for a fight. In the article called “ Rest in peace Doc” it’s about a boy named Doc also known as Desi. This boy had lost his family in an accident and him and his brother have the gang as a second family because the real family had left.
In chapter 2, Buyandelger discusses state-enforced forgetting and all of the aspects and consequences concerning this type of forgetting. The Mongolian socialists enforced state forgetting as a way to erase people’s histories and stories. The victims are often lost and lack the self-assurance in their own memories because their authentic memories are deleted and replaced with new ones. As a consequence, there are many stories and memories that remain unshared because they are forgotten.
In “The Cry of Tamar”, author Pamela Cooper-White seeks to break the silence about violence against women and address the social structure of patriarchy not only in the Church, but in society as well. In Cooper-White’s introduction she states that “The Cry of Tamar” was written in the spirit of advocacy and education. It is a work written by someone who can speak with authority and credibility as an Episcopal priest with what she calls a “Christian/Episcopal-Anglican voice”; but above all she writes it as a woman. Cooper-White uses the story of Tamar as a historic example of sexist attitudes from the church and the violence directed towards women over the years.