Ordinary people fear what they do not understand.” (paragraph 4). Regular and ordinary people, fear people who don’t try and fit into society. If you don’t fit in, then you are ridiculed as an individual by everyone else. Another reason I agree with Feys is because many people are put under so much pressure to conform and be like everyone else. They in turn sometimes lose who they are, or who they want to be and are left unsure.
In the 2007 article “The Bystander Effect” the author Dorothy Barkin talked about the reasons why most people decide not to get involved in complex situations. Many think that the reasons maybe very obvious such as the fear of possible danger to one’s self or having to go through long legal proceedings. However, the author talks about two main reasons for such actions. The first is ambiguity, the fact the most people do not know how to evaluate different situations and there lays most for the decision making. As knowing what the problem that you are facing in that moment, that alone creates a high-pressure environment that most people would not like to be involved in.
Watching The Trouble with Evan was very difficult. There were so many things this family could have done to make things better, but every time they tried they just kept falling into their own ways. Insecure disorganized attachment was quite apparent between him and both of his parents. His parents had the tendency to verbally abuse him quite a bit, yelling things that most people would never imagine yelling at their child. Other times it seemed the mother would be frightened of Evan and his behavior.
Not only must one be willing to evaluate a situation slowly and thoroughly, but one must also respect the views of others and accept the possibility of being wrong. These skills and attitudes are only some of the traits of a strong critical thinker. Cheif. Webber, on Grey’s
Because of Dee’s new persona, Wangero, was not accepted by her family, this caused her to become angered and defensive. Mama and Maggie do not like this new Wangero person. Since Dee family is not reacting well to the new her, this could be bad news for her mental health. Oswalt says that the way your parents and family react to the new you can affect the outcome of an identity crisis. Usually, if the parents become angered or react negatively to the final result of the crisis them it will output a worse result than if they would have been more calm and supportive (Oswalt).
Hazing is the worst thing that can happen to a human and it can hurt a person long term, I believe people who enhances in that activity are asking for humiliation and pain. Hazing is often about power over another person, hazers do stuff just for the enjoyment some reasons, that hazing is not being reported because the victims of hazing see that it is a requirement that they have to go through. People who are hazing all have been hazed before, and the victims afraid that if they tell someone that the hazing gets worse. Hazing is getting worse everyday and people are not speaking up about it. When people hear the word hazing, the first thing comes to mind is fraternity member getting messed over this is one case of hazing, however in today's society many other hazing situations have been created and made public for the world to see.
She didn’t want her baby to die or to be sent to the Fringes but what she received from her sister was isolation (Wyndham 71). “So there has been a Deviation; and deviation, any deviation from the true image is blasphemy - no less. You have produced a defilement.” Due to the laws, people had to report to the governor if they see anyone or anything is deviation, so in Waknuk, discrimination is always happening. (Wyndham 72). Likely, this also shown the principles in Waknuk have blinded the people terribly, people always think it is the punishment from God toward them but actually it is not.
People always get misjudged and want to say who or what a person is like before they even meet him or her. To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, has many examples of misjudging people, and some of those people could be better, or worse, than what that person judged. Most of these characters in the book do not have the sense to meet someone before they judge them. Even if a character knows a character, they still judge, and they judge wrong most of the time. People just don’t have enough sense, or manners, to not judge.
They are often misleading and are based on bias opinions. Due to the lack of knowledge society has, they often judge a person or group before they get to know them. This is where the misconceptions and stereotypes tend to begin. As society’s perspective on different groups formed, single women face many misconceptions and stereotypes in everyday life. Stereotypes and misconceptions often create a sense of division among life.