Once a person has HIVs, it was incurable and sometimes led to death. The use of crack also put users at higher risk for seizures, strokes, and trouble with breathing. Very successful people also suffered from the consequences of using cocaine. “Two popular young athletes” died from taking too much cocaine. One was a basketball player who was just drafted into an NBA team.
There were speculations that Harris and Klebold committed this vicious crime because they were members of a social outcasts group and as retaliation for being bullied. Through journals left behind, investigators later discovered the teens had been planning
Although it is depicted in the movie that he might be faking being mentally ill; committing the crime of statutory rape meets a criterion of Antisocial Personality Disorder. People with this disorder have an impairment with intimacy. The want to control others or intimidate them. Even though Randle states that she was willing when speaking of the sexual encounter. Randle is quite intimidating, so the young lady may have felt pressured and persuaded into the sex act.
Although, some killers like Jeffrey Dahmer had a stable childhood, others did not have the same experiences as children. "During a child's development...learns about love, trust, empathy and basic rules about how to interact with other human beings" (Freeman), some killers as children were neglected or abused which could have also impacted them severely, but that does not mean everyone becomes mass murderers if they suffered as kids. Psychological issues and brain injuries are also possible reasons as to why people commit acts of murder. People automatically assume if someone is committing morally wrong act, they must be insane. However, some serial killers are people with an antisocial disorder otherwise known as psychopaths.
Few care to find out a victim's story because society believes she's been around or maybe she wasn't so innocent after all or it was her boyfriend/husband or look at what she was wearing or she's just another wild college student. Before we know it there's such a thing as rape culture. We as a member of society are a part of it as adults caught up in a cycle that only seems to get worse. Sexual assault starts with a few rumors or unwanted look then there's the sexual harassment or being groped next you're being followed into an alley where it all goes dark. The CNN video is a clear example of why sexual harassment on the street isn't taken seriously because the men who are objectifying women see it as a simple compliment portrayed by Steve
Bundy had displacement, which is deflecting an impulse from its original target to a less threatening one. Bundy took down his build up anger from his girlfriend and mother toward other women by killing and raping them. Also, he had fantasies. Since he was a shy kid at school he was often bullied, which caused him to turned to fantasy in order to comfort himself. He started to become addicted to violent pornography.
One of the criminal thinking errors displayed by Humbert Humbert throughout Lolita is victim blaming or a victim mentality. When sharing to his readers the event of intercourse with Lolita, Humbert Humbert went into this topic with a set plan. He could not tell an audience with standard morals that he coerced a young girl into sexual activities with him, and then expect them to still think of him in any light that is even near decent. He tries to describe the events as ones that he was swindled into by a provocative girl. Humbert claims, “I had thought that months, perhaps years would elapse before I dared to reveal myself to Dolores… it was she who seduced me” (Nabokov 132).
Due to the lack of control, the DEA had over Ecstasy is what drove them to make it illegal. The DEA finally cracked down on MDMA and started putting people in jail. When MDMA was legal scare tactics where different, all they could do was use scare tactics to keep young adults away from it by emphasizing the side effects of MDMA. This drug has the reputation of being a benign and fun drug, but I think since this drug got out of hand to the point that the government had to step in and take control of the situation. This, in my opinion, was the right thing to do in order to decrease the supply and demand of the drug.
-How peer pressure starts: Many youngsters initially experiment with drugs or alcohol because of peer pressure that hovers over them. In fact, it is most of the times a friend who first offers drug or alcohol to the teens. A teen who has friends that drink is much more likely to be involved in drunk driving just because the peer group approves of the use of alcohol. Likewise, use of drugs or alcohol will also worsen if the teen is part of the group who condones using these substances. -DRUG USE TRENDS: The trend of drug use
Drugs affect people in many ways by releasing chemicals into our body to affect the ways that we think. “Low self-esteem is considered the number one factor for causing a drug or alcohol addiction.” “A person may feel like they have no stability in their life, or self-created stability. Most of the time these people feel as if they have no control over their own life and things are not stable.” (The Cabin) When someone feels bad about any type of situation, they often resort to drugs and alcohol to help act as an “escape” from their situation. “Many of those who are dealing with low self-esteem will turn to substance abuse because it offers temporary solution to their problems. Using alcohol and drugs to escape their feelings of low self-esteem only leads to further misery and addiction” (Alcohol Rehab) The drugs and alcohol gives the affected person stability and control over their life.
Furthermore, the psychodynamic theory proposed that "criminals are frustrated and aggravated" due to negative events in their childhood which affect the individual 's unconscious. Osibin may have suffered from oppositional defiant disorder because she can easily have lost her temper and had an argument with her mother before deciding to shoot her in the head. Both the social learning theory and the psychodynamic theory emphasized that Alicia Osibin could have been exposed to early childhood aggression that resulted in an oppositional defiant
Peer pressure influence teenagers to drink because many teens feel like they won 't fit in with their friends if they don 't do it .I think that Laurie Halse Anderson, the author of “Speak” , is saying that something bad can happen if you get peer pressured into do something bad. In the book, Melinda Sordino is influenced by peer pressure to drink alcohol because one of her friends is telling her to drink at a party . (Halse). I experienced peer pressure one time to drink, but I didn’t want to because something bad would happen. We both have in common that we are getting pressured to do something that’s bad, however, we responded differently since she gave nt into pressure, but I didn’t (Halse).
The killing would haft to be blamed on Queenie. In conclusion, after having the facts stated it still seems like Queenie is guilty. She was with Arthur when other people weren 't, and that gave her time to commit the crime. She was drunk when this happens, so it is possible that she didn 't realize what she was doing. The police could use this evidence as a theory of the crime.
The perpetrator later takes advantage of the inebriated victim, furthering their own selfish purposes and desires. Often times, “slut shaming” and “victim blaming” go hand in hand; victims are blamed and told that they were “asking for it” by dressing and behaving provocatively. This is oftentimes described as rape culture, which is the normalization of sexual assault in a society. Admittedly, being intoxicated lowers one 's inhibitions and one is more apt to perform things they wouldn’t normally do, but drinking, acting a certain way, or dressing “provocatively”, does not give permission for anyone to abuse or assault