That’s why if their kids against them, they will be so upset, this is also a reason Juror Three says he hates tough kids. In this case, he never thinks about the boy is not guilty. He wants the boy to receive some punishments which maybe help the boy to create a good behavior. Also at the end of the play, Juror Three says, “I don’t care whether I’m alone or not! I have a right,” and “A guilty man’s going to be walking on the streets.
Ned also hurts the gay community and outkasts them even by trying to insist that gay men should not have sex. Although there is good intentions behind this, it was feared that this would alarm people outside of the gay community. However, one of the reasons it was hard for Ned to be a good activist was because of the emotional strains that drowned him every day. One of the reasons he was so one minded when speaking to people was because of the impact AIDS has had on his
This is very demeaning and also enervating. This relates to the crisis of masculinity, in that men are often taught by society to be powerful and seek out power over others. The idea of a man on his knees taking orders from another man is not masculine, but quite the opposite. The Sergeant is constantly bullying and mentally abusing these men without a care for how it may affect them at that present moment, or in the future. Men feel pain, men can be weak, and they can cry; these are trait that society has equated with the opposite
In the essay Civil Disobedience it says “That government is best which governs least”. This shows what Thoreau felt the government should not do. Many people felt intimidated by his radical ideas, The government also felt threatened by him. He refused to pay a poll tax and was put into jail, as a civilian it was his responsibility to follow this law but he broke it. Although, he is viewed as a radical and a crazy person he greatly impacted people’s views about speaking out against laws that are abusive.
Although many people view kids as a symbol of innocence and purity, many of their actions signify otherwise. The age of 18, which by law states people as adults, is more like a guideline when it comes to everyday activities. When a heinous crime is committed by one of these underaged citizens, the same punishment should definitely be applied, taking into consideration the seriousness of the crime and the victim. Thompson states that kids should not be tried as adults because their brain is not developed as an adult’s brain is. That study does not specifically explain why juveniles act the way they do.
12 Angry Men was an act to show how irresponsible people were back in the days. It showed the immaturity of the judges. The fact that they didn’t care about what happened with the client, made them seem like that wasn’t the right job for them. There was few judges who would follow their critique like juror 8 his job was to analyze and go deeper into the case and that’s what facinated me the most. The juror had arguments through out the act.
They are more likely to be sent to the SHU because of how they act. Also, “many incarcerates suffer from debilitating and undiagnosed psychiatric disorders for which they receive no treatment” (Arrigo and Bullock). It’s pretty hard to imagine that there are actual places in the United states that cause psychiatric illness and then refuse to provide treatment for it. This clearly shows that solitary confinement is an inhumane act executed by power-hungry officials that show very little mercy towards inmates of Supermax
My father’s friend named henry came to the united states looking for the same goal as anybody else who crosses that fine line. He worked with my dad at a bakery, and yes he was illegal but he worked hard. One day he didn’t show up to work and everyone wondered where he was. Turns out he was at the wrong place at the wrong time, and got caught without papers. Police came around houses looking for a suspicious character around the neighborhood, and the police came and knocked on the door.
Minors who have gone through this system come through multiple times due to the fact that they do not learn their lesson or receive the help they need. We must repeal the juvenile system due to its copious faults. This system does not work which is why juveniles need to shape up. Juveniles should face trial as adults when they commit serious crimes because age does not justify crime and victims often suffer from these crimes forever. Whenever people say that juveniles should be subject to lesser sentences seeing as they are children, it makes no sense.
Moreover, caseworker help recovered addicts go back to school, find housing, resolve their troubles with the law and find jobs. The detox department makes sure staff members understand first, and believe in their mission statement, which is; at Dimock they believe every life is precious. Most people believe that their regulations are strict; nonetheless it helps these individuals to avoid relapses and save their lives. I was told that regardless of all the security put in place, most the patients find ways to sneak in illegal drugs while in rehabilitation. One the many challenges they have is keeping the staffs and also the patients safe because some the patients’ symptoms become difficult to manage.
Due to a very serious but not so talked about issue in this nation called toxic masculinity, most men aren 't comfortable with sharing their emotions, which creates an unstableness In behavior for the remainder of their lives. I hope to persuade you to read into the issues regarding toxic masculinity, and
There is a lot of pressure on men in society to be manly; however, what exactly does it mean to be manly? Though many people have different opinions, a lot of them conclude that a man has to be strong and somewhat emotionless to be considered a man. This assumption can lead to Toxic Masculinity, which is “A false idea that men are expected to be as manly as possible” (The Hard, Adrenaline-Soaked Truth About 'Toxic Masculinity, 2017). Men are forced to face these assumptions not only from those around him, but also from people he might see in Media. Media reinforces Toxic Masculinity which in turn causes men to belittle women.
There is a distinct pattern of police officers knowingly violating the civil rights of citizens in this country because they have been allotted the discretion to do so. That idea that police officers, are culturally conditioned to see minorities in a negative light and more often than not use their discretion to arrest, stop, question an unreasonable and disproportionate number of minorities and 99% of time they are never found liable or held accountable for their actions is a serious issue. People love to argue in favor of the "good cop" the defenders of freedom. The truth is the vast majority of the law enforcement officers in this country perform their very difficult jobs with respect for their communities and in compliance with the law. But this is not always the case.
I have to say that the moral of the story is to stick up to what you believe. It may be that an individual is doing something morally wrong or you don’t agree with a statement or an action, but either way your voice and mines have a right to be heard. Acting in a mature manner when in difficult situations also comes in handy in this story because the other 11 jurors would constantly shout and punch tables when trying getting their point across. Life in general involves obnoxious and self absorbed people that fuss at everything. There are times when I don’t see eye to eye with someone, but I have learned to argue in a mature and adult-like manner then childish and ignorant.
I also learned that domestic violence agencies are less helpful to male victims than friends, mental health and medical personnel, which is very sad. According to research, men who seek help for their victimization unfortunately have the least positive experiences with personnel of the domestic violence (SAFE, 2015). Lastly, I learned that one of the reasons for the underreporting of male domestic violence victims include: the nature of the abuse that women are likely to use, them having thoughts or feelings that police are skeptical of a woman 's ability to harm a man, and also because of issues of masculinity (Valparaiso