Another similarity between the Anglo and the Chicano Cop is that they both want to resolve the Fender-Bender. Perez offered to pay for the damages to the van, the Anglo then explains to Perez, ‘This car isn’t mine...It belongs to the company I work for. I’m sorry, but I’ve got to report this to the police, so that I don’t have to pay for the damage’ (qtd in Perez 176). The Anglo just wants the police report to show his employers he was not at fault and they wouldn’t charge him for the damages, even though he feels pity for Perez, this is the best way to resolve the Fender-Bender. The Chicano cop, on the other hand, believes that the proper way to resolve the Fender-Bender is to punish Perez.
In this situation the Patrol officer stopping the Mayor and giving her a ticket for traffic violations would be in the great good of other motorists on the highway. The patrol officer has a job to do, which requires serving and protecting the public. The officer stopping the mayor is for the safety of others and the mayor. By issuing the Mayor ticket the patrol officer is doing their duty as an officer. However, if the patrol officer lets the Mayor off the hook again because of courtesy, then he is not fulfilling his duties because they are allowing her to continue to break laws.
In the chase towards the end of the book the police arrest a man that is not Montag so the citizens are satisfied. If the chase continued for too long, people would become bored and uninterested. The media then gives them false information that they do not know is
In “Identities” by W.D. Valgardson, the author shows through her work how ignorant society has become. Based on the setting, the man was misinterpreted by the police officer. People’s judgments of others lead to irrational circumstances. “When the officer,… who is nervous because of the neighborhood, who is suspicious because of the car and because he is trained to see an unshaven man in blue jeans as a potential thief…”; is made as an example of the everyday individual in society that would automatically judge a person on how they look (6).
He uses reasoning, credibility, and mostly emotion to get to the point he made is, that in order to avoid unnecessary violence people need to “keep their cool” and ” be more considerate” or otherwise Dave Barry will kill you (93). When Barry says he will kill you he means that if he gets road rage on the road he might cause an accident that could lead to him or the other person's death. He used a study report about how widespread road rage is, to show his reasoning. Capitalizing words in his text shows his emotion to the subject. He gives credibility to the tiny minority of normal Miami drivers.
It made everyone laugh”. This might simply seem as excuses, but because Fassin gets to learn their true stories, the officer goes on to tell him how he lives in a mostly Arab environment and has Arab family members, making it less likely for him to be genuinely racist. Another great example that Fassin provides, which illustrates the racism in policing is when “the cops stop three ‘elegantly dressed’ black men, who they had previously stopped. It is clear that these men are a higher class based on their clothing and the German Luxury car they are driving”(Fassin, 89). The racism comes when the cops say why they stopped them, “they’re not showing off no more now, the bastards”, making it clear that they were only stopped as pure harassment,
3. Therefore, the most ideal course of action to escape destruction would be to stay peaceful and cooperate with the people around you. Hobbes’ argument for leaving the state of nature is flawed because people are nonviolent due to their own self-interest, not for the prosperity of others- which can easily lead to corruption and disunity. This flaw is damaging to Hobbes’ argument because not everybody is willing to give up their free will or follow the obligations of the social contract to protect the
In summary, "stop and frisk" should not be a law anymore because it does not help our community, in fact, it ruins it. The primary reason that shows why to stop and frisk ought not to exist as a law is because guiltless individuals are getting accused of unsafe individual activities. Nevertheless, people still believe that "stop and frisk" protect them and that people from different races are a danger to the society. What people are claiming is false claims because it is not proven by actual statistics. Some people still think that "stop and frisk" is a law that helps bring peace to the nations.
Because actually reasoning can’t explain how morals evolve by it’s own. Prinze argues, “reason alone cannot tell us which values adopt, nor can it instill new values.” (“Morality”) Basically, emotions are also needed if reasoning will mean something. Feeling about a behavior is also evolved. Psychology of morality is feeling moral or immoral. It tells that doing good and doing bad based on feelings, which are the feeling of doing bad and the feeling of doing good.
In other words, Martin Luther King Jr. strongly believes that the citizen has a legal and moral responsibility to obey laws that are just, as well as the moral responsibility to disobey laws that are unjust. He made it clear that he did not advocate the disobedience of laws unless they are unjust. He believes a law is unjust if it downgrades the individual, if it sets apart or segregates different groups of people. Unjust laws should not be accepted just because the government has said that it must be followed. If something is immoral, it would be wrong to accept them and not at against
If the choice causes them to be worse off, it is still better than not existing at all. Lastly, even if the action is considered morally wrong and harms the future person, it is still morally better to choose this action as opposed to denying this future person the right to live. The choice you are worried about will not affect the existence of these future people, but rather, it will only benefit or damage them but not violate them existing. (Serada, class notes). As Parfit states, “Since these two choices will be worse for no one, we need to explain why we have a moral reason not to make these choices.
Mark didn’t want to understand the concept of right or wrong. He just did what he wanted, and he paid the consequences later. He was a trustworthy guy, and he was able to smooth talk his way out of trouble. He was good at stealing, but he didn’t feel any guilt for it (Hinton 25). Mark stole the principal’s car to go see his parole officer about stealing cars, proving that he doesn’t care about the concept of wrong and right because he kept doing the same thing over and over (Hinton 73).
The seller may or may not be aware about all the flaws of the car. Also, there is a big possibility that he is not very honest to you. Therefore be a little cautious while making a deal. A car that looks very good from outside may not be good from the functional point of view. When you a run a lemon record check, it tells you whether the car has had problems and whether it had to be returned to the dealer for repeated repairs, which is a sure sign that the car is faulty overall.
Possibly augmenting any lost in pay that could be necessary for treatment. All these benefits to the employee could cause employers to look at FMLA in a negative light. However, with some creativity and resourcefulness the once negative employee support tool can become strength of the department. Cost and liability are the major concerns of the employer immediately with regards to FMLA. Cost is listed first, for the reason that the route of all decisions is “how much will it cost?” This question is heard all too often and is on the forefront of every manager’s mind.
Clearly America has a problem; they punish killers by killing them, I mean technically executors are also killers so shouldn’t they be killed to? Maybe you americans should put down your guns and settle your disputes by apologizing. Saying “sorry” is good for you: Canadians are mocked for always apologizing, but it’s not a character flaw. Saying sorry has been found to increase happiness and strengthen relationships. Researchers at the University of Waterloo even found apologizing to a police officer when pulled over for speeding can get fines reduced by $53 on average (the record).