In Toms case, he is being hated by his small town. In Victors case he is being hated by his parents and kids at school. Tom is hated because he raped a girl cursed and told her she was wrong while testifying. Victor is hated because he ruins the family name by, being beat up then throwing up, getting an almost but not perfect score on the SATs and ruining his mom and dads vacation by trying to kill himself when they left him home alone. Overall Tom and Victor are villains in the eyes of the people they live with.
Personal attack shows an attack on the character of a person rather than his or her opinions or arguments. Ms. Campbell is the head of a department who also a teacher. She was totally looked down on the student in class 203 because many of them are on probation, can’t be relied on and are the lost cause’s. For example, when Mrs. Gruwell finds out a new book to let the student read but Ms. Campbell is not giving it to the student. Ms. Campbell thinks that the student reading scores are not so good and believe the book will be damaged by them.
Hierarchy of responsibility is all about clearing you conscious of the wrong doing. Many times the teacher asked who's responsibly for the student and the doctor would respond that he is. This makes the people believe that they are distant from the consequences of the student. They won’t be held responsible thus allowing them to continue without the feeling that it is their cult. Social contract is about someones word.
When Sammy wants to be the girls hero he decides to quit his job. When Sammy tells Lengel that he quits, Lengel says “Sammy you don’t want to do this to your mom and dad”(Updike 5), which is implying that the decision he just made is going to have a consequence that involves his parents. The story stats that Lengel has been friends with Sammy’s mom and dad for years and it is quite clear to see that he is not only going to have to bare with the struggle of finding a new job, but he will also have to deal with the reprimands of his parents. Since
In "America Needs Its Nerds" the author Leonid Fridman develops his argument by stating how the nerds feel when they are made fun of by others, how America has created stereotypes and how people look over them for the "cool kids." Many students take pride in their education. They also try to keep their grades up because academic achievement is important. Students who study hard and work hard do not like to admit to others how much they study/work. The author states, "Many students are ashamed to admit, even to their friends, how much they study."
The court won't hear his side they think he is lying because Tom is black. It reminds me of when Rosa Parks went to jail for refusing to move out of her seat. To Kill a Mockingbird uses lots of stereotypes, which we use a lot in society. Kids pick up things pretty fast from their parents or just a random person which may leads kids to stereotype. I would say that everyone even kids and adults judge people for their religion or what race they are.
A group of African-American students decided to integrate Central High School in Arkansas, they were faced with a white mob and the governor did not agree with these actions. The students still found a way in but left shortly after. The action of Little Rock segregating students was also a violation of the 14th amendment. The Civil Rights March in Washington was an event led by Martin Luther King Jr. in 1963 that was a peaceful protest
Little Rock’s Nine biggest supernatural force was racism. Every day the students were faced with violence, people would throw stones at them, sometimes white students would knock them out. Police officers from Arkansas who acted as escorts would do little to protect the nine students against angry mobs. As well Little Rock Nine had good forces, as Elizabeth sat on a bench surrounded by white mobs, an educator reporter who told her “Don’t let them see you cry” (Fitzgerald 13) and a white woman who screamed at the crowd to “leave the child alone and stop tormenting her” (Fitzgerald 13) sat at each side of Elizabeth to offer her comfort and protection. Similarly, an epic event has villains.
On the night of the shooting incident, Brown was walking home and confronted by Wilson because Wilson thought Brown was suspicious. There was a struggle between Brown and Wilson. According to Brown’s friend, Wilson started the fight. Wilson was violent toward Brown and shot Brown several times even though Brown had already surrendered and put up his hands in the air. People who are on Brown’s side claim that a white police officer abused his power, and a sign of race discrimination among police officers.
In the movie Lean on Me, the principle used ethos, pathos and logos in order for the students to succeed. When Mr.Clark took over the high school, he uses ethos by expelling all of the bad kids that have been there for a long time and all they do is go around and misbehave. Mr.Clark scared the students, and they know now that Mr.Clark wants them to succeed. He does not wanted the students to mess around and to focus on their academics. Another time Mr. Clark used ethos is when he yelled at the teachers because they were not dedicated enough to try to help their students accomplish something in school.