A very similar thing happens in To Kill a Mockingbird, when Bob Ewell accuses Tom Robinson of raping his daughter Mayella, but Atticus proves that it was most likely Bob who did it. Bob Ewell, Mayella’s dad, the person who should be protecting her at all costs. The most common injustice in the novel appears when the kids find the case between Tom Robinson and the Ewell family to be unfair, highly illogical, and racist. When the verdict of guilty is revealed to the town, Jem becomes upset and says, “You just can’t convict a man on evidence like that- you can’t”
In page 64 it shows how abusive he was. “His father shouted as he started hitting Cole again, this time with the metal buckle end” (64). This shows how negative he acted on Cole and it reflects and backlashes on Cole because it gives him the same characteristics like his dad , abusive, short temper, and when he's irritated he doesn't know what to do so he resorts to violence. Towards the end of the book it shows how everything has consequences because Mr.Matthews got charged for abuse. “ One Month after Cole’s return from the island, the police had arrested and formally charged his father with child abuse “ (137).
Women are blamed for being victims of horrific acts, and rape is made out to be ceremonial in nature. However, there is a double-standard in terms of rape. Consider the Particicution that takes place following the Salvaging, where a man – a Guardian – is executed for raping two Handmaids at gunpoint. Directed by Aunt Lydia, a Particicution is when the Handmaids participate in the execution. The Handmaids surround the alleged criminal and are “permitted anything”, meaning they can collectively punish him for his transgressions.
Margaret R Miles writes that Western culture in American Christianity sets out to have evolved into a rape culture. This portrays the myths that are involved with our culture in the United States. Women are sadly unequal to men in our society creating a standard towards women in media, religious beliefs, and clichés that make it difficult to be able to disconnect men from women. The first brief section she writes about is how rape is universal. However, as rape happens widely throughout the world, it by no means universal.
Sally lacks of love and she is looking to escape from her father. Her beauty is her curse, Sally’s father develops disturbing feelings toward her. Those feelings show when he sees Sally talking to a boy. He gets crazy and savagely rapes her.
Othello’s jealous spirit drives him to murder his wife; he cannot stop his obsession with the alleged affair until she is harmed (“Othello.” Shakespeare for Students 663). Othello even rationalizes murdering his wife as justice for her betrayal. He
The dominant class or the class with the power, better known as Andrew’s former employers use their social power to fire him unjustly because of his sexual orientation and recently discovered ailment. Conflict theories such as stereotypes, discrimination, inequality and sexuality all have starring roles in this film. Joe Miller stereotypes an entire group of people when he is “hit on” in a drug store, by asking the other male, “if he looked gay”, as if gay men, all look a certain way. Discrimination, inequality and sexuality are the main conflict theories expressed in this film. It is the entire reason why the film exists and why Andrew Beckett sued his former employer; simultaneously succeeding in life as well as in death.
Celie's father (Pa), is not only verbally abusive, but also physically abusive, “He beat me for dressing trampy but he do it to me anyway.” (6). Pa beat Celie for the way that she dressed, but he also beat her for no reason at all. During this time in history, it was very common to beat your children or your wife, even though it was made illegal in 1920. Physical abuse is seen throughout the novel and is inflicted on Celie by both her father and husband Mr._____. In 2018, physical abuse is “hidden”, but it is present in such large numbers especially in children, “Children are suffering from a hidden epidemic of child abuse and neglect… Every year more than 3.6 million referrals are made to child protection agencies…” (childhelp).
He had an abusive childhood, being a witness of repeated sexual violence towards his mother and sisters committed by his own alcoholic father. His addiction and tendency to cruelty had been already revealed before he was ten years old. He was arrested several times, but always released that allowed him to return to murdering immediately. His motive was to "strike back at oppressive society" and to experience joy. Unlike the Lang’s character, he was aware about his crimes and did them with pleasure.