In the two pieces of work, harming another seems to be the outcome from the hunger for power, but Golding’s perspective believes that the repercussion will only remain evil, while Beah implies that the conclusion can be changed in such a way that it becomes positive. The desire to conquer can be interpreted for the better or
The ability to put in place more strict penalties in this case could often deter the offender from committing a rules violation. If the facility is having an issue with a particular rule violation, then it would be a good idea to use rational choice theory to help assist in rewriting policy to make violating the rule have a stricter penalty, so that the risk does not outweigh the reward. The next theory that should be looked at in assisting departmental policies is the labeling theory. If the labeling theory labels offenders as just that it will make it more difficult for the offender to be successful upon re-entry to society. If one is labeled something such as a convicted felon then they will be more like to re-offend and return to the prison system.
Those on the receiving end, however, are the ones who benefit in the end, as they become aware of one’s true personality and realize that there is more possibility outside of the abuse. They are pushed away to seek different, better things, separated from the causes of their grief. In these cases, it would be inaccurate to claim that cruelty is little more than unjust treatment. Cruelty is not a display of power—it is the abuse of it; the ugly offspring of fear and weakness, spurred by fits of anger and doubt; a revealer of the truly weak and liberator of the wrongly
These include; Consequentialism, welfarism, Individualism, aggregation and maximization. Consequentialism This is the view the good or bad of an action depends entirely on the outcomes or consequences of that act. This is technically referred to as ‘Teleological’. For instance, if you tell a lie, it will only be considered a bad or negative action if that lie has harmful or bad effects. Otherwise, that lie will not be considered wrong.
If someone gives you constructive feedback, you may use that for self-improvement. Constructive criticism can help you achieve your goal of being a better person. Constructive Criticism Does Not Remind Shortcomings Of A Person As it is described earlier, constructive criticism is directed toward behavior, which the receiver can do something about. And when a person is reminded of some shortcomings, the frustration is only increased over which he has no control. Constructive Criticism Is Solicited Rather than imposed it is solicited.
What is the most beneficial way to respond to conflict? There are multiple different ways to react during the time of a struggle. Many may assume that hard work, or even fighting back is the most efficient way to respond. But with these reactions to conflict, there could be downsides and it can affect others in a negative way, unlike positivity. The best response to conflict is keeping a positive attitude, even in the worst times of suffering.
Those who self-handicap want to protect themselves against possible failure, while the differences between those who fail intentionally disregard the probability of success. It is an irony that those who self-handicap don 't want to fail but the fact that they are using this coping mechanism actually increase the chances of failure. Gerrig and Zimbardo (2012) described self-handicapping as a process in which individual develop
·Sometimes people excuse the damage they cause by saying this was a mistake or that they did not mean to cause the damage. Is this a valid excuse to avoid liability for damage caused? Explain your answer. With the above question about people that is liable to a damages due to their civil wrong and now finding an excuse to avoid damages. In law, there is no excuse and the defaulter would therefore be liable for their offence committed except if the judge in a court of law based of their reasonable doubt found that it was not proven true that such person would be liable for a damages.
Subjective recklessness involves the conscious taking of an unjustifiable risk. In other words, the accused was aware of the possibility that a certain harm might occur, but proceeded to act nonetheless. Objective recklessness must also involve the taking of an unjustifiable risk, but here it is not necessary for the accused to have considered the possibility that the
“When we expect certain behaviors of others, we are likely to act in ways that make the expected behavior more likely to occur.” (Rosenthal and Babad, 1985). This states that positive attitudes will result in positive actions and negative attitudes will have negative actions. This is no more than an assumption and does not take away from the biases and stereotyping that occurs in these situations and cannot explain the personal experiences of these groups of people. Perception skills such as holding back judgement and looking for different causes help to reverse self-fulfilling prophecy because a a lot of information needs to be obtained before we make a judgement, and we should look for different reasons for people's
We like to affirm that our beliefs and logical opinions are free from error. Therefore, we interpret further information only to benefit our conception. Furthermore, we consider external information—ones which oppose our conception-- as false. This phenomenon is called confirmative bias. It is a constructive and irrational partiality which is also exhibited by various officers, and it is what may induce corruption.