Genie lacks the necessary agents of socialization affecting her cognitive development. Family is the primary factor of socialization which can help a developing child learn how to function in society. Extreme isolation and punishment by her father, impaired Genie’s ability to learn and master basic skills. In addition, Genie did not attend school and barely left the house preventing her from experiencing secondary socialization and peer groups. Without any interaction, Genie is unable to vocalize and displays inhuman characteristics such as clawing and spitting.
She also realized that she has not had taken a bath, washed her hair and changed her clothes for three weeks either. The reason for this is that she thinks doing all these things day after day is silly and tiring. She wants to do everything at once in one day, and a different set of things to do the next day. Esther analyzed Doctor Gordon very carefully, and she actually
Jennys parents started going off on her and saying that she’s a disgrace to the family and making her cry and yell of frustration. What her parents didn’t know was that before all that happened jenny found a loaded gun under her brothers bed. Jenny’s parents sent her back to the shop
She also starts to hang with the wrong crowd after she got expelled from her old school Hazlehurst because of her behaviors and that she didn 't do any of her school work as well. Another conflict in the book is that she blames her dad and his new girlfriend for her mother 's death and she can 't live in the same house as them. Kenisha response to her conflict is that she takes the incentive to moves out her dad 's house and away from his girlfriend to live with her grandmother, she couldn 't accept that his girlfriend cried about the same thing her mom had gone through and that she was pregnant and naming her baby after her
(Pg. 508, Paragraph 30) Joe loudly makes the comment “or else find your self-lodgings on the curbstone.” (Pg. 508, Paragraph 33) All of these go along with the typical women stereotype that they are in charge of the housework and keeping things tidy for the others. Now that there was no money since the passing of their father. The debt left Mabel feeling uncertain what she was going to do with her life.
The lower condition of the factory leads her to get ill and then she loses her only job and source of income. The living situation forces her to face such a dilemma: one is to find another monotonous job; another is to go back to hometown. Meanwhile, her sister’s life is like a mirror and seems to tell her future life — nonstop working hard but still living in a so small and ragged space with her husband and child. This life is not she wanted and she feels disillusioned with honest and diligent overworked poverty. She refuses to return to the factory.
The motif for Ma Joad is due to, she was frightened that her whole family wouldn 't be able to get across to California, if the officer saw Granma Joad being, that she recently passed away before the officer stopping them. Furthermore, they were extremely close to getting there, and she was horrified that their whole journey would of been a failure if the officer would of seen Granma
The last example is,“ ‘are you sending me to New Mexico…’ ‘Why can’t I go with you?’” (paragraph 18 and 22). This finally proves that tension is created when the girl does not understand why she can't go with her mother either. Above all the tension grew because of the lack of the girls understanding when the mother said she will be gone most of the summer and that she will be living her
In the movie, when Joan Clarke appeared for the job test, she was repeatedly asked to leave the test room as the test attended was thinking that she does not belong or a good fit for the Job. However, she finishes the test even before the allocated time and received the Alan Turing’s appreciation. It was repeatedly mentioned in the movie that the prime responsibility of women is to marry a husband and run family affairs therefore, Joan Clarke was asked by her family to return home and start her own family. Even when she was selected for this high profile job, her parents weren’t allowing her to leave her house and join Bletchley Park. This depicts the gender discrimination of society at that time, who considered women unparallel to men in every field.
The first movie” The Grapes of Wrath” is based on John Steinbeck 's novel that describes the story of a dispossessed Oklahoma family that fights to re-establish a new life in California during the Great Depression. The Joad family is forced to set out for California in hope for a better life, to leave the dustbowl of Oklahoma due to drought, dust storm and years of farmers without crops. Along the way, they face many hardships and once they reached California, they are harassed and mistreated for transient labor as well as disrespected and distrusted by the local settlers and officials. After much tribulation, the Joad family finds a government camp with little work, but with running water, well-maintained and a reasonable “promised land”. The second movie, “How Green Was My Valley” is based on Richard Llewellyn 's novel that presents the memoirs of the adult narrator, Huw Morgan, looking back regrettably at his wonderful time of childhood living in a mining town located in a green valley of Wales.
The conflict in the story is that when the Walls meet up at their grandmother’s house and their dad gets in a lot of verbal fights with her. Another conflict is that they are running away from the government. The Walls were traveling because there dad (even though he was really smart) did not keep jobs well, so they moved and tried to find gold. Their dad
Furthermore, they could not grow any crops which meant could not afford to pay their rent; as a result, they had to flee from their land to give their families and themselves a better living conditions. Seeing this conditions, about 200,000 families fled to California to provide for their families. In The Grapes of Wrath; which was published in 1939, John Steinbeck is clearly influenced by the historical events that were occurring around him. This dust filled experience inspired Steinbeck, to
As I said earlier, signing the petition might get you fired so if Lyddie signs the petition, she’ll get fired so she wouldn’t be able to get money for her family. When Lyddie receives a letter from her mother, she gets or determined than ever to get money to support her family. “She must earn all the money she could to pay what they owed, so she could gather her family together…” (88) This shows that Lyddie is determined to raise money to support her family. But if she signs the petition, she could get fired. Then, she wouldn’t be able to support her family.
First, Hansberry uses Mama to show the negative outcome when Mama 's dream of getting a house was cast aside. Mama 's dream was to move out of her tired old apartment of about 45 years into a better neighborhood. Hansberry uses the line “ Or does it explode?” (Hughes 11). Over the course of the play Mama grows extremely frustrated about the family 's living situation. Near the end of the play when Walter gives away all of the money from his father 's life insurance, Mama burst with emotions she has bottled up for years.
So I married Curley (Steinbeck 88).” She thought her mom had stole the letter she was waiting for from an agent who could get her into her career; she assumed her mom stole it because she thought her mom would have wanted her daughter to do what “normal” women do. Also, she is not considered a “normal” wife; “normal” for that time meant she was supposed to stay inside and do chores and cook. Instead, she goes around, talks to the men working and hides from her husband. Curley’s wife is lonely because no one talks to her to prevent trouble. George said to Lennie, “well, you keep away from her, ‘cause she’s a rat trap if I’ve ever seen one (Steinbeck 32).” Undoubtedly, the two characters Lennie and Curley’s are very contrasting characters; nonetheless they both share the feeling of being different and alone.