They used fear in order to convince people to confess to witchcraft. People were being hanged in front of the town, and as those accused did not want to meet the same fate, they confessed because they were in fear. This was very effective in the Crucible as it was able to create tension among the town of Salem. It caused people to fear, and turn against each other and create mass tension. Fear was a very important type of propaganda in the Crucible, but there is one more very important
People wanted him out of the church. During the Witch Trials, Parris’ teachings also revolved more around Satan and a person’s sinful ways. Lastly, the final effect of the Salem Witch Trials was that it affected many individuals personally. Reverend Parris’ reputation became so horrible, they voted him out of the church. Then, John Procter was convicted of witchcraft and hung.
The mistake or flaw that characterizes him is his affair with Abigail. This caused a lot of conflict. For his fear of being exiled, he initially tries to hide his crime. Elizabeth is arrested because of his affair. Elizabeth also lies for him about the affair to save his name and to save him from going to jail.
Later, Bozeman himself decided to capture this multi-level perspective of red tape’s nature and provided a second definition, called stakeholder’s red tape: “organizational rules, regulations, and procedures that remain in force and entail a compliance burden, but serve no object valued by a given stakeholder group” (Bozeman, 1993:284). Pandey (1995) confirms the early findings of red tape’s subjectivity by stating that the individuals within an organization can define rules or regulation as detrimental only through their personal, one-sided judgment. Additionally, alongside with Welch (2007), he argues that red tape’s perceptions are positively related to people’s subjective attitudes and experiences. In this relation, Moynihan et al. (2012:328) denote that red tape influence people’s behavior, “which depend a good deal upon the experience of the
The romantic red effect fits in with the color-in-context theory. The color-in-context theory proposes that colors have specific meanings that have connotations for psychological functions. The romantic red hypothesis and the color-in-context theory relate because Elliot showed if certain colors have a specific meaning, the way that color is seen produces a certain affect, behavior, and cognition associated with that stimuli. His work also showed that the color red has a positive behavior effects in a relational context yet has a negative meaning in an achievement context.
The proverb declares that truthfulness leads to improved circumstances compared to deceit and deception. The Scarlet Letter, by Nathaniel Hawthorne, capitalizes on the danger of holding the truth inside and not confessing committed sins through Reverend Dimmesdale. Also, Hawthorne displays the outcome of honesty, confession, and the process of redemption with Hester’s character. Sin leads morals astray; sinners, however, may become redeemed by acknowledging and correcting the sins
I strongly agree with Robert’s claim. McCarthyism resulted in Americans turning against each other because of politicians greed for power, paranoia, and the fear of communist infiltration. Clearly, Senator McCarthy’s greed for political power led to American citizens’ unrest. In Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible”, John Proctor dealt with the corruption of power in his town when Abigail Williams and many other girls accused those, who were innocent, of witchcraft. Similarly, americans were being blacklisted by McCarthy because they believed these people may have
Because of the fake account, CNNMoney spoke with several former Wells Fargo employees who attempted to report the illegal tactics, but faced harsh punishment by the organization. These whistleblowers used the appropriate channels to report the wrongdoing and suffered retaliation that ranged from a hostile work environment to termination of employment from Wells Fargo. The suppression of whistleblowing by Wells Fargo could result in legal consequences for the executives for any retaliation that occurred against employees who called the ethics hotline to report the illegal
This revelation solves Chillgworth's suspicions about who Hester committed her sin with, thus, his need for revenge increases. Dimmesdale is also affected by the scarlet letter. He too is guilt of adultery since he committed the act with Hester. Because he did not admit his part, he tortured himself mentally and physically. He whips himself with scourges and has vigils that include visions of Hester, Pearl, and the scarlet letter.
These accusations caused loss in Hollywood business because Americans began to be fearful that Hollywood was communist and they didn 't want to give any of their money to people who were not of what they believed. Even though some believe that HUAC was the main cause to the Red Scare, I believe Senator Joseph McCarthy caused more of a scare due to his accusations of the United States State Department and government. With all of the events that took place during this time, they all added up to cause a scare in America at the time. I believe that McCarthy was the main cause of the Red Scare because of his accusations of many American people. McCarthy accused American citizens as well as the United States government while HUAC only accused Hollywood