We weren’t even allowed to participate, spectate as women where the housekeepers but now we are able to compete as the best all over the world in any and every sport possible. If we look back to when women first were able to play a sport we are able to see the beauty in social evolution as this step takes us one step closer to equality for all. However, women are still fighting to keep up with men’s sport which still dominates television coverage and get higher pay even today. This will change, as women are improve at the sport they are passionate about. Women’s coverage and pay will grow as it becomes more exciting and entertaining to watch.
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 .
I believe we have a volunteer”. We see Katniss’ love for her sister through her unwavering stance. The look in her eyes told us that she was motivated, and that she was not going to let her sister be slaughtered. The way she held herself on screen to the audience told us that she had a sense of motivation and assertiveness. She pushed and shoved, and her motions became grander as she was fighting soldiers to get to her sister.
They value education, compassion, equality, and more, so judging by how Eleanor lived her life, she would be the perfect candidate. Also, Eleanor had a unique perspective when it came to every idea, and she used her resources to make these ideas come to life. This created psychological changes in many who believed that Eleanor could not so what she wanted to, as she proved them wrong.
Antonia’s determination to become a strong-willed woman was fulfilled when she became a mother. When Jim first visited her, he said, “All the strong things of her heart came out in her body, that had been so tireless in serving generous emotions” (5 . 1 . 194). Even though Jim had not seen her in forever, he still could notice the hard work brought out in her from when they were
In one way or another, we are all the hero of our own story, and Nike marketing has long since identified that feeling and used it to inspire timeless customer loyalty (Newell, 2013). This year, Nike has launched an ad campaign developed by Wieden + Kennedy which is catered for women of all walks of life. It helps empower women to be their better selves. Nike’s advertisements are those which create courage or confidence to viewers. This campaign specifically portrays that every female is going through somewhat of the same struggle in achieving a healthier self.
Each sacrifice is done because of the people these characters love. Firstly, in the Hunger Games sacrifice is visible at the very beginning and influence on the act of entire book. Children’s are forced to fight to the death in an arena for entertainment. Kattniss puts her life on the line when she decides to go in arena instead of her younger sister. However, that is not the only sacrifice she is making.
On top of being a school cheer team and showing up at all required practices and games, a competitive team that is affiliated with a school puts in the extra practice and effort to make it to the top. While the normal school cheerleader slides by without having a certain skill, the competitive cheerleader is required to reach a skill level and continue to better themselves. If a skill needs extra work, time is expected to be found to work through it, tackling whatever obstacles that may come in the way of it. Many competitive cheerleaders are held to certain workouts and diets, just as many sports are, to maintain their strength, stamina, and balance. Many nights of hard work and tears go into perfecting the routine.
Rue was speared by one of the careers and Katniss sings to her upon her last dying wish. Peeta and Katniss team back up and through the odds win the games, by pulling a move that shocked the whole nation. They was going to die together since there could only be one winner by eating a handful of deadly berries. The setting starts out in district twelve, then goes on to the train ride to the Capitol, then the Capitol, lastly it ends in the arena. The time period in The Hunger Games is sometime in the future.
Prim has motivated her to reach the goal of winning the Games. This characteristic of Katniss's helps convey the theme of survival because without her perseverance, she would not have been able to survive and make it home to her sister. Her perseverance kept her going even when the times in the Games got tough. Katniss and Peeta have been through a great quantity of situations in the Games. At this point in the story, they have finally reached the surreal moment of winning the Hunger Games.