This part of report will explain what “Broken Window Theory” is who made it and how it was implemented in the movie “The Stanford Prison experiment”. “Broken Window Theory” was conducted by Stanford Psychologist Phillip Zimbardo who made several experiments in order to test “Broken Window Theory”. He was trying to understand the difference in behaviors between rich and poor areas which led him to another discovery. He placed a car without plates and with the hood of the car up in each area, the poor and the rich. In poor area all valuable things were gone within 24 hours while in rich area nothing was stolen until Philip Zimbardo broke the window of the car.
In war and love: IIsa, Rick, and Louis find it extremely difficult to maintain neutrality. Rick avoids being involved in anything to do with politics and pretends to be non-partisan. He refuses to say anything about the war and fails to listen to Carl when he makes numerous attempts to inform him of the underground meetings. However, later on, Rick changes from being neutral and becomes committed just as the USA discarded neutrality in 1941. His compassion for the allies is evident in many events, such as when he refused to authorize a Deutsche Bank worker from gaining entry into his Casino back rooms but his links with the allies become more obvious as the movie progresses.
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest: Restricted But Not Forgotten Throughout One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, the mental hospital is rocked mercilessly by the arrival of Randle McMurphy and his rather inappropriate manner. Literature and classic novels such as One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest contain issues heavily criticized by concerned parents and children. Whether the issue contains profanity, violence, or content too mature for young readers, concerned parents and students continue to threaten to ban and forget award-winning books’ existences. Unfortunately for Ken Kesey’s classic, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, restricting the novel is potentially the only course of action. While the book displays violence unsuitable for high school curriculums, libraries must continue to include Ken Kesey’s classic novel.
O.Henry in his short story “The Cop and the Anthem” has conveyed a harsh living condition of a man named Soapy in a very light- hearted manner. The concept of freedom as we perceive is totally different from what the protagonist thinks freedom is. The author has sketched the character in a comical way, which encourages the reader to relax through Soapy’s adventures. In the story, Soapy wants to get into jail for shelter during the cold winter. His adventures to get into jail has been portrayed in a very light manner but in reality it is a very pathetic situation.
He told Lamborghini that go repair your tractors, you cannot fix my cars or you even can ride them properly. Lamborghini after facing so much insult want straight to the home without saying anything. In home while sitting on dining with his son and wife. He said that I bought two cars of Ferrari and this is how he paid me back. He decided to take revenge.
Tolstoy writes, “The French army had borne within itself, as it was, the chemical conditions of its decomposition” Napoleon and his generals seem to have good intentions they order their men not to loot and treat the Russians they meet respectfully. However, the privation and lack of discipline in the French army means that the foot soldiers eagerly and violently loot Moscow at their first opportunity. Throughout his war chapters, Tolstoy implicates fear and deprivation as sources of human cruelty. The French soldiers are at their most heartless when they are marching the prisoners out of Moscow. This behavior is easily explained by the fact that the soldiers have been living in increasingly miserable conditions and now must retreat as fast as they can or be killed.
He mentions numerous times in his diary about killing Jews so often, and it often does not spark a reaction within him. Landau even mentions the discriminatory actions committed by other officers, as stated “Someone had let the Jews go. They were just being hit out of rage and hatred. Nothing against that – only that they should not let the Jews walk about in such a state” . Landau here shows little concern in regards to the physical abuse of the Jews, except that they were walking in that condition.
.When the Magistrate takes the Colonel to the visit the captive barbarian son and father, he is the only individual talking between the parties. Ultimately, the silence of the Colonel bothers him and he claims that “ I try to subdue my irritation at his cryptic silences, at the paltry theatrical mystery of dark shields hiding healthy eyes”(). In having dark shades, the Colonel eyes can not be seen and so his motives are not known. Also, at that visit the Magistrate notices the son was beaten up and asks him what happened. The son does not respond to him, but stares at the Colonel even though he can not see his eyes.
It is only through accepting mediocrity throughout his life that Ed becomes too afraid of doing anything out the ordinary, leading to an uneventful lifestyle. Unlike I Am the Messenger, Okonkwo’s fear in Things Fall Apart is pinpointed to the disappointing actions of his father. Okonkwo’s upbringing by Unoka, an embarrassment who “was lazy and improvident...quite incapable of thinking about tomorrow.” (3), created a fear of becoming his father. Both stories show that when present, fear plays a key role in determining one’s reactions. Although fear drives the actions of both protagonists, a distinction in both how they present this fear to the reader and how they look at the fear explains the contrasting results.
The Vicario brothers could smell him in the jail cell where the mayor had locked them up until he could think of something to do with them. "No matter how much I scrubbed with soap and rags, I couldn't get rid of the smell," Pedro Vicario told me. They'd gone three nights without sleep, but they couldn't rest because as soon as they began to fall asleep they would commit the crime all over again.” (Pg.46) Everyone was feeling guilty because the people had a chance to do something but instead chose not to act. This tends to happen tremendously in today’s society; most people think being quiet is the solution but voices are meant to be heard. “FOR YEARS WE COULDN'T TALK ABOUT anything else.