Examples Of Groupthink In 1984 By George Orwell

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In the novel, “1984,” by George Orwell the main character, Winston is in a country that is in a war, but they’re also under the control of a government that is very strict and controls the lives of its citizens. In the novel it says that the Televisions in everyone house is set to watch and hear everyone’s conversations. I believe that they are just paranoid to the point where they think they are being constantly watched because they are met with propaganda and posters that say, “Big Brother Is Watching.” In the novel the Two Minute Hate group is where people are manipulated and are told to hate a man named Goldstein and all enemies of Big Brother. Two Minute Hate is an example of Groupthink because Groupthink is kind of like peer pressure

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