Dehumanization In Society

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Showing concern for the fellow being is the need of the hour which will give comfort and solace to the inhabitants of the world. Humanity thrives well if the people of its society live with the concern. Everybody expects care and warmth from the society forgetting the fact the little drops from every individual will make a mighty ocean. It is the apt time to think about what is wrong with the attitude of mankind to check what will harm the present as well as future generations. The writers who write science fiction try to create awareness and at the same time give an alarm to the society. Kurt Vonnegut tries his level best in imprinting the evils of scientific development and warns what is to be done to improve the life of mankind better.
The advancement of technology and scientific inventionshas tried to modulate man as civilized but he has become a civilized barbarian. Dehumanization means the refusal of human tendency. Dehumanization is expressed in two forms. They are animalistic dehumanization and mechanistic dehumanization, which serves as
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Many countries have been dehumanized the fellow human beings for language. If one person moves to America, he should know English as a language then only he would be eligible for survival. Other problem is that Americans do not treat them as human beings unless they know their language forgetting the fact that America was also once colonized by the British.
In Breakfast of Champions, Kurt Vonnegut has implied many themes. His themes include how humans are acting as machines, emotional state of the American citizens, ideas as disease that haunt mankind, the destruction of the planet by indifferent attitude to his fellow beings, communism, advertising overpopulation, racism, and at last how machines enslave the world. Mostly Vonnegut novels deal with the most profound issues of human existence in a style that is accessible to
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