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.
Our society and Huck Finn’s society have many similarities even though they are separated by nearly 170 years. Many of these similarities show that we haven’t really gotten any better as a society or that we have gotten worse. Some of these similarities are violence, racism, and scams/cons. Today, we see many of these things still happening and seem a lot worse compared to Huck Finn’s time. This paper will show how our society since Huck Finn’s time has gotten worse because of violence, racism, and scams.
Throughout society, violence has been expressed in several different ways. Violence is a behavior involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or something. Indian Killer is a novel written by Sherman Alexie that connects society and everyday life situations. There are different forms of violence in Indian Killer such as physical, psychological, and emotional violence, which leads to anger, revenge, killing, and hate. One of the more interesting subjects that Alexie points out, that every individual or family may face in society is racial violence.
On April 20, 1999, twelve students and one teacher were shot and murdered at Columbine High School. The reason? Two students wanted to impact the country. This incident opened the minds of the American people to the issue of gun abuse. However, despite this event and others similar to it, a number of citizens still uphold their “Second Amendment Rights”, and will not budge for the betterment of our American society.
What is violence? Violence is, as described by Google,”behavior involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or something. Strength of emotion or an unpleasant or destructive natural force. And the unlawful exercise of physical force or intimidation by the exhibition of such force.” Both 1984 by George Orwell, and Brave New World by Aldous Huxley have violence threaded throughout each novel.
The sixties was a time of conflict, violence, and growth that but was also a pivotal time in the United state’s History and can teach us a lot today about how. From war, politics, pop-culture, and revolutions this documentary covered 1960 the good and the bad. The Sixties was a time full of conflict that changed and shaped our nation. From the Vietnam War to the Civil Rights Movement the sixties was a time of full conflict and violence. This cultural, institutional, and violence on the interpersonal level relieve a deep need for peace in the United States then and today.
Losing someone to gun violence that is close to is you is the biggest heart break ever. I just recently experienced the worst heart break ever when I lost Maurice (recee). Maurice was more than just a friend to me he was my best friend, my protect ,my backbone and my everything. When he died it's like my whole life has changed I feel like I've change as a person I feel so lost without him. Life is so hard going without him
Considering the increase in gun violence there has been no media response where there should be. Nowaday almost about anybody can obtain a gun; even kid are obtaining them. Incidents ranging from minors being shot and killed, law enforcement being shot and kill, and much more. But if there was a public response, in present day America where gun violence is at its max, there is sure to be a lot of negative controversy surrounding it.
Nowadays, there are many shooting incidents which have taken many lives away. They are maybe senior citizens, teenagers, or children. They are maybe polices, students, teachers or others who have different occupations. Whatever, They were injured or killed by the gun violence. And there are many statistics from Gun Violence Archive show how many gun incidents have happened in America through the years and how many people be killed by those incidents.