The Socs and the Greasers are alike because all of the boys are teens but Darry. Also, all the boys like to fight. Furthermore, they all get into troubles. They are all exclusive a particular area, and all the members are from little families which they do not have strong parents. They were different because the Greasers were poorer than the Socs.
At least he knows I’m there” to Ponyboy. Even though he didn’t like being abused he thought it was better than being ignored. That is why he is shy and considered an outsider. The fact that he was gang up on and beaten by the Socials (the upper class people with the most power) contributes to the way he acts and behaves as an outsider. Charlie was molested by his Aunt Helen at a young age.
Many of these countries around Mexico’s southern border are riddled with drug lords and gang violence, many of whom hold more power than the actual government in the local countries. On the government, “It occurs against a backdrop of government institutions that are incapable of meeting the basic needs of the populations”(“FORCED TO FLEE CENTRAL AMERICA’S NORTHERN TRIANGLE”). Many government plans or agencies set up to help people or end up doing nothing to help the citizens of a hostile country. Many of the shelters made by the Central governments for the poor are very small and slim down on actual supplies. Many of these government institutions fail because fail because of what’s starting them.
In most places racism still occurs. In addition people in the upper classes are raced white and lower classes black – the dirty jobs are mostly done by black people. More over black people don’t get the same education as white people so they are often lazy and don’t care that much about school – they take easy classes and skip and might not have a chance to be successful in their future. Racism is a topic that affects everybody living in the USA. There is racism everywhere, at school, at work and in the neighborhoods.
Hinton never uses the word "outsider" in her novel, yet it 's the title of the book. Maybe she left it open for us to ponder. Write an essay in which you explain what she may have meant by The Outsiders. Be sure to define what you mean by an outsider, and then explain who you think Ms. Hinton was referencing when she titled her book. What I define an outsider to be is someone who is in a group nevertheless distant, maybe physically or mentally.
There was no clear rules or transitions for the kids to follow. The teacher would always change the room around and told the kids to sit where they wanted. Of course, the kids would sit with their friends. She always confused the kids on the arrival time due to not knowing where to sit in class. The tone of her math class was a mess the kids were all talking and sometimes would be waiting for her to come to the room.
Hinton never uses the word "outsider" in her novel, yet it 's the title of the book. Maybe she left it open for us to ponder. Write an essay in which you explain what she may have meant by The Outsiders. Be sure to define what you mean by an outsider, and then explain who you think Ms. Hinton was referencing when she titled her book. I think the ‘outsider’ part means someone on the outside of society.
It has always been considered that working class delinquents make up a gang due to the fact that they are socially strained. In his book Delinquent Boys (1955) Albert Cohen described a gang as a ‘delinquent subculture’ and found that they tended to be formed by lower class boys who cannot meet the goals of society and so create their own value system which rejects mainstream societal norms. In agreeance with Cohen, Cloward and Ohlin (1960) feel that people are strained due to their class and feel anger at being excluded so the solution is to reject middle class means. Miller (1958) adapted the Cohen’s ‘delinquent’ subcultural theory and also agreed that gangs were an extension of the lower class. Therefore it can be assumed that due to being blocked by opportunities, gangs are formed as a criminal subculture and different values are adopted.
Most of these people have had to suffer mistreatment, injustice, or simply did not get a fair trial in court. Many people believe only bad human beings go to jail and they get what they deserve. In reality, these human beings do not deserve targeting simply because they are black or Latino. They deserve fair trials and better treatment just like everybody else. One thing that affected my thinking, even more, was something a student said: “These jails needed to be full no matter if people are innocent or guilty of petty crimes or no crime at all.” This made me doubt our justice system not just because I knew this kind of targeting of people is unfair but also the fact that putting an innocent human being in jail to get mistreated undermines and is the opposite of what Article 1 states about
People find it hard to start their own businesses because criminals extort large amounts of money. The people have poor education and instead resort themselves to alcohol. Jamii Bora, an organization, helps get people out of poverty. To be able to do that, you must deal with every aspect of their life. The men have a distant relationship with their kids.
Although government is corrupt we need to identify these voting schemes beforehand. Unlike the immigrants in the novel, they were oblivious to the political corruption taking place in Chicago. They are uneducated foreign people in need of money, living on low wages at the verge of starvation. Packingtown is packed with swindlers, from law enforcement to bartenders to muggers, everyone loses their morals for money.
His clients are almost always guilty. He takes all the cases that other lawyers would never dare to go near. He defends criminals and some of the most hated members of society; all because of his hatred of injustice. He has a general distrust of the government and isn’t afraid to cheat when others start
Or in some corrupt and terrible situations the prisons pay members of authority to arrest and put people in their prisons so they dont have to pay and can get more money because their beds are full. Sadly many of these people are juveniles and this ruins
Child Exploitation The men of today label the men of the past as barbaric and savages mostly due to the differences in which we use our brain capacity. The men of the past were living with unsanitary water, unstable governments, and would kill each other to claim a human being as their slave, taking men and women prisoners, but leaving the kids to live since they were no real threat. In today 's society, we don 't worry about other people trying to enslave us; we worry about making money. In our perfect democratic society we see potential in anything, even kids. In today 's world, there are more kids than there are adults which means that they can be used to make money.