However, when power gets in the way, the instructors lose a sense of morality and become discourteous towards the students. In the same way, the Stanford Prison Experiment analysed how roles of power changed the personality of the volunteers to one of a condescending nature. Both the experiment and education systems can cause the downfall of the prisoners and students by the powerless group being subject to the ridicule and vulgarity of the powerful. Regardless, it is important to keep in mind, not all guards in prisons, nor all teachers come across as vile to the opposing group. However, power tends to change the the perception of situations to the group in charge and can cause feelings of hopelessness and depression.
The memory could had been an enjoyable one or not as enjoyable. This leaves many room for errors for the person to guess, there are too many different outcomes in which people could see this in. Such as its an work of art, or boring and or even as many died just for to leave this behind to just wither away slowly as time passes by eventually leaving none of its traces behind till its existence is nonexistent. But Elven shows truly how memories can hurt us just as “The Attic of the Brain” mentioned. Memories can affect our state of mind if they are all bad they all will keep piling up on each other till you start to break slowly and wither your brain till you are unable to take it anymore and force your brain to get you out of the situation you find dangerous.
Choosing between right and wrong reveals our true character. Frightened by the possible consequences of making the wrong choice, we all attempt to make decisions that will be most beneficial to our situation. However, making the right choice isn’t always easy, especially when the right choice may mean giving up something that is important to us. This is the conflict the barber faces in Hernando Téllez’ “Just Lather, That’s All.” When the man who has been executing rebels walks into his barbershop, the barber, a secret rebel himself, is faced with the responsibility of determining whether his enemy deserves to live or die. By establishing whether his own morals and beliefs match those of the man beneath his razor, the barber may not only jeopardize his pride but also change his life forever.
First off, all the participants were male so one could question if the results would transfer to females. Second, the participants were all volunteers- the sample was self-selected. The participants might also have a typical “volunteer-personality”- perhaps it took a certain personality type to respond to the newspaper advertisement and therefore the sample would not be representative for the American population. Ethical considerations Milgram (1963) used deception in his studies on obedience, which has been repeatedly criticised. The participants in the experiments actually believed they had administered painful electric shocks to another human being, and were visibly distressed throughout the experiment.
He started to behave in a way that was cruel and far harsher than the rest of the guards and at the end of the experiment claimed it was because he was conducting his own experiment to see how far they would let him go until they retaliated. The way he behaved portrayed that, even though he might not have come into the experiment with the intention to release that behavior from within, but his actions became a roll that he took too far. A sociocultural component shown in the film were the ways that the volunteer guards interpreted the stigmas around being a prison guard. That they should be cold, strict, and unnervingly verbally abusive. Time upon time in the film, the volunteer guards were verbally abusive of their power with the prisoners.
Also major part of revenge on his creator, he quotes “If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear” (173). To cope with every confrontation with humans and to accept constant rejection the creature will result in causing fear if he is not loved as he deserves. The point he is making is that from his point of view, the conscience cannot handle anymore rejection and he will get attention another way. Just as discussed in class “bad attention is better than no attention at all” (Mesa). From a physiological standpoint, it is completely logical that the creature would come to this conclusion, even if it is meant to do more harm than
Racist also might lead the extremist to be more aggressive and the safety of the country is somehow has been unsafe. Therefore, starting on today, we should respect each other, understand others’ beliefs and spread the Islam not by force or not based on the skin color. Besides, in Malcolm X biography, I learnt that, an extraordinary person has an extraordinary characteristics. Like Malcolm X, whenever he has been an orphan at the young age, but he never stop to learn and study. Instead of crying and be depressed with his lost, he continued to study.
The main factors of motivating humans is the surrounding environment, and surrounding people such as parents and teachers, their job is to take out everything that destroys motivation such as child criticism. In kurdistan child criticism right now is much better than it used to be back in my time, I was even criticised by the teachers for being honest to them. Still today our children are experiencing such things , even though it is illegal to hurt children physically, or emotionally. Instead of hurting them why not give them a reason to believe in themselves ? Another flaw in motivation is inserting the wrong goal in their minds instead of letting them choose their own goals , this is one of the biggest mistakes that parents make here, this has caused the society to accept only doctors , pharmacists , and engineers
He ultimately fails miserably and everyone, including himself, becomes taken over by their inner savage. William Golding took his own experiences in order to create the novel Lord of the Flies. During Golding’s time as a teacher, he observed how the students behaved under the “protection of parents and school and policemen and the law”(4.79) and used this as "the taboo of the old life"(4.79) that initially stuck with the kids before being slowly erased from their minds. The memory of their former world is heavily engraved in the kid 's minds as they attempt to create a civilized society. The boys have assemblies, where they discuss how they’ve “got to have rules”(2.55) because they 're "not savages” (2.55) and how they need to “make a fire”(2.49) so they can be rescued.
In an experiment described in Stanley Milgram’s article ,“The Perils of Obedience” most of the subjects as described as teachers, tend to follow orders from the experimenter even when they knew the victim (student) were being hurt by the electric shocks. The experiment in detail is to test how much pain someone can give to another just because he was ordered to. The experiment was divided between two people, a student and a teacher. They were to read a pair of words, then remember the second word afterwards. If the answer was incorrect then they were to be punished by the electric shock.
Explain some cases in which you would perm-ban/temp-ban - Below is some examples of when I feel it is alright to ban. Following the OpCraft rule guide. Disrespecting staff - Disrespecting staff consists of being rude, a nuisance and even hateful towards. People need to remember that staff are humans as well. The staff on OpCraft have a very important job and that requires patience from both them and players, sometimes players can get inpatient and be convinced that staff aren 't doing their job when they actually are.
I went to Physics Phun Nite and it was amazing. There were many different experiments. Notably, Bruce’s experiments with the bed of nails looked painful but he turned out okay. If I tried that myself, I would get hurt because I would not be able to let all the pressure evenly distributed through all my body. The experiment may not be appropriate for children to try, but letting them watch this just makes them eye-opened.
One survey question reads, “If you ever experienced a form of bullying, how did it make you feel? Did you go to someone for help?” One student answered this question by saying, “yes it made me feel really shitty and made me hurt myself. No, I did not go for help, nobody would listen.” This student shows that they chose to not say anything because they feel or know that nobody would listen anyway. This does not only include Madera High staff, yet school staff should start to pay more attention to who they think may be in trouble because school is basically a student 's second home and spend most of their time there. This is why school teachers have a big role in this.
Pathos or emotion, when he is trying to get his audience to realize that with all the shortcuts that can so easily be taken with online education America will eventually become ignorant in the long run if it continues. By expressing this Spring is trying to scare people into changing their ways for the better future. For ethos or appealing to the ethics of people, he uses the example of cheating as a moral. This is a rule of society that many people break, none of which would ever willingly admit to it but everyone knows it is wrong. Spring points out how cheating is so effortless with online learning and how the temptation is always there.