Rational Decision Making In The Hunger Games

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the people of Panem . President Snow , the dictator who rules Panem , is not the kind of president the people would vote for however, they have no choice because there seems to be no voting or voice to be heard in Panem . The idea of democracy is gone, replaced by totalitarian fascism . Snow poisons those who challenge him . One source of power that we have discussed in class is dependency. According to Osland, Kolb, Rubin and Turner (2007), Dependancy is known as the more dependable people are on someone else, the more power that person has over them . This Is something we see constantly in this movie , from a different perspective we see all of District 12 rooting for her and believing in her . She represented hope and rebellion for the people in her district and really wanted to make a difference and as a matter of fact she achieved that goal. She created a movement . The 3 finger salute which was a meaningful symbol we see happen a lot during the movie was something I even started using myself in my daily life . The Three Finger Salute is used by…show more content…
Katniss' role throughout The Hunger Games represents The Rational Decision-Making Process which is defined as a multi-step process for making choices between alternatives. The process of rational decision making focuses mainly on logic, objectivity, and analysis over subjectivity ( Osland et al., 2007 ) . Following the rational decision making process was critical to her survival she always recognized and defined every problem and it's objective that came in her way. This first took place at the beginning of the movie where Katniss had to learn how to maneuver a social minefield. She had to develop social skills that she does not have, and on top of that she had to use these skills in order to obtain the favor of the audience that watches her interview and her whole journey during the games. While following the rational
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