This attraction could be compared to the longing he is experiencing over the loss of his mother that his dreams have awakened. The two begin to meet regularly as a means to defy the society. This will lead to both their doom, the government or “the Party” or “Big Brother” does not allow sex in this society as it produces a powerful emotion in people. The Party wants to Harness that power for its benefit, “the sex impulse was dangerous to the Party, and the Party had turned this impulse to their benefit” (Orwell 133). By forbidding sex, the Party controls any act that was outside their control and they harnessed that desire to support their views (Orwell 132-133).
The outcome following a sexual assault is sometimes referred to as being worse than the actual assault itself (The Hunting Grounds, 2015). Following the assault, the college campus, police, criminal justice system, media, and various other forms of institutions are known to re-victimize these individuals whom have already been previously assaulted. These numerous institutions are suppose to help, and report fairly and justly. Unfortunately that’s not the case in Liz Seccuro’s book, Crash Into Me, or in the film The Hunting Ground. Every single victim experienced a form of revictimization whether that is through false reports in the media, or the college campuses’ failure to report or help sexual assault victims.
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Facts: On May 27, 1990, two women contacted the Milwaukee Police Department and reported an injured, naked young man lying on the street. The young man turned out to be Sinthasomphone, a 14 year old Laotian boy who had just escaped from the apartment of Jeffrey Dahmer. Dahmer had met Sinthasomphone the previous day and had offered to pay him to return to Dahmer’s apartment so that Dahmer could take nude photos of him. The boy agreed. Once back in the apartment, Dahmer took nude photos of the boy and then drugged him and physically and sexually abused him.
I believe the situation became so severe with three innocent students dead and so many others injured because of Boland Hall’s reputation. This specific building of on-campus housing was known for its false alarms for the fire alarms being sounded. “Essex County prosecutor Donald C. Campolo said that 18 false alarms had been turned in since September (Goldman).” These students had become so accustomed to it being a false alarm, that no one wanted to leave their rooms just to stand out in the cold in the middle of the night as they had done so many times before for false alarms, especially since according to one student, it was finals week (Goldman). After students had been rescued and pulled from the structure that had one wing completely engulfed in flames they gathered outside with one another on the front lawn, together with teachers and fire officials they began to piece together what had
When he was in Manzanar, he was so mentally unstable, he would over-drink every day and make unreasonable decisions. One night he over drank in the barracks and threatened “to kill [Mama] this time! “ (69). Here Papa almost kills Mama while drunk and doesn't realize what he is doing, until he is stopped. Being drunk causes people to not think about their decisions, and if he really did kill Mama, there is no reversing that.
History (including details of time and circumstances of onset, and the evolution of complaint) – Ben described his childhood was a nightmare to him. His mother would tie him to a chair and hit him with hangers. He did not want to go to school because his teacher and classmates would ask him about the bruises on his body. He would steal money from his father and gambled it away. He said gambling is like the only escape of reality and feeling high when he wins.
If a college student becomes alcohol-dependent, then aggressive behavior will most likely appear as well. “Hardcore hip hop music was pioneered by such artists as Run-D.M.C., Schoolly D, Spoonie Gee, Boogie Down Productions, Public Enemy, The Earl (Thomas Dent), Kool G Rap, and Nas, it is generally characterized by anger, aggression, and confrontation” (policymic.com). Aggression leads to characteristics of threats, verbal abuse, physical abuse, and violence from college students. “Hardcore hip hop reflective lyrical themes include partying, braggadocio, crime, violence, sex, nudity, wrath, poverty, menacing, omen, rebellion, profanity, racism, drugs, weapons, resentment, ghettos, gangs, social issues, consciousness, struggling, nihilism, distrusting, life, death, police brutality, and the harsh experiences of the rapper's urban surroundings” (rappingmanual.com). If a college student was raised in a tough and violent environment, then they possibly will start to act in an aggressive manner.
Many times people ask, how does this happen at campuses and universities where supposedly the brightest young people attend? The answer to this question is that college inevitably creates party life too. And with parties comes alcohol, drugs, freedom and bad decisions. In many instances, perpetrators will oftentimes prey on a specific person at a party or social gathering, by encouraging them to become extremely intoxicated. The perpetrator later takes advantage of the inebriated victim, furthering their own selfish purposes and desires.