This is because they do not know how to survive out in the realms of a normal environment, they need that control and dictatorship of someone over their lives. Also, when Nurse Ratched places Billy in a room alone he kills himself. He was placed alone for minutes and could not handle it, he became institutionalized and could not survive on his own. Many of the men in the facility need to be told what to do and how to live. They have become so accustomed to orders that when they leave, they cannot survive because they have become so adapted to their controlled lives in the hospital.
She seemed to lack social skills for interacting with her classmates. Wang looked different from working in a textile factory, working there stained her hands and she had old faded clothing. I feel that Wang lacked education because her father appeared uneducated she worked in a factory, and because she did not have the right social skills to fit in with her classmates. Moreover, her father was an uneducated man. Wang indicated this when she said, “my father’s even worse off than me” (Hong 166).
I asked tons of questions about why I was making this particular ingredient, what people were doing when they restocked and so on. But eventually, the awful management, the unfriendly co-workers, and the rude customers made working at Dunkin my worst job. One of the reasons Dunkin was my worst job was because of the awful management her name was
Nurse Ratched views McMurphy as a clog in her machine. A rattle that could collapse her entire machine that she defines her life 's work. She views him as a lowlife, that has entered the ward to rob the inmates of their money. She is not amused, nor accepting of McMurphy as a human and tries to derail him any chance she can get. McMurphy and Chief see that while Nurse Ratched is the root of the inmates fear, it is them that have lost the will and the drive to live.
When he found out that Karen had passed away, Conrad went into chaos mode. He went through the doctor’s office knocking things off the shelves showing the violence of the situation. All the family could have used the method of state. The Jarrett family went entirely under stress mode when they found out about their son in the awful boating accident. They had very poor communications skills after the death, because they were all extremely upset.
Heller’s second symbol in Something Happened is yet another setting, the office where Slocum works. It represented the boring, monotonous days of the average corporate worker. Every day was the same, run like a well oiled machine, with the same mundane tasks done the same way. The office also represents the fear that people have for each other. In Slocum’s department “there are six people who are afraid of [him], and one small secretary who is afraid of all of [them].
The disregard for human well-being left the Soviet economy unbalanced, and once again they were behind their competitors in the West, who now had focuses on consumer based goods and services (Harris, 2013). Under the economic pressure, factories inflated their production figures, and the products created were of poor quality (Trueman, 2012). The drive for continued industrialization led to awful social conditions for the workers - there was no regard
Gregor hated his job and hated working, yet he continued to go to work on a daily basis. Being transformed into an insect was the only way Gregor could escape the working
Why did Gregor change into a bug? Did he deserve it or perhaps, it was just a metaphor and Gregor was actually an immoral and lazy person himself? A parasite who suck everything out of people who surrounded him. The mistrust of the manager could be a reflection of Gregor’s laziness and dishonesty. Gregor was not an honest person and could not be trusted for a minute, and had given a good reason why the boss sent the manager to his house immediately when he was late for work.
People couldn’t advance their careers, and they worked in foul and filthy spaces. They worked ten hours a day, with six days a week. The corporations and management system was faulty. They didn’t provide worker safety measures. They focused on consolidation, and simply removed competitors.