It would suggest that the reason they are dropping out is because they are not aware of the norms of society. They don’t know that it is frowned upon to drop out and the consequences of doing so or they may just disagree with them. If the problem is that they are not aware of the norms, then the solution to this would be to educate them on the norms. If they disagree with the norms, then convincing them that abiding by the norms is important would work. If you have tried these two things and it still hasn’t worked then they would suggest using Social Pathology
Huck decides to exist for himself, he does not like the idea of being control, but society is compelling him otherwise. Society sets our standards because people are so tied into this “occupies must be perfect, occupies must be this and that”. People end up losing the sense of what really matters and that is that
People should be held accountable for their own actions, but when someone influences a person into doing something it is different. When being pressured into doing things people shouldn’t listen because it usually leads into something worse which you can’t
It all comes down to just one particular fear which is not fitting in. This is called conformity; it is going along with a group and modeling your response to theirs on the way. People are afraid to state their own opinions and speak their minds which only results on them following someone else’s ideas even if they do not agree with it.
Both characters are unable to truly become part of their desired social group and are eventually forced out by explicit conflict. Alienation prevents people from having clear views of others’ thoughts and personalities, therefore causing them to become misguided and illusioned. Without caution, one’s illusioned viewpoint can lead into further alienation and spiral further and further. Only by creating a physical change in location or circumstance can one break the cycle, instead of hoping the abstraction of alienation can change on its
The reader comes to develop new insights into the world around us, portraying a theme “ that things are not always as they seem.” The reader realises that beliefs and values may change when we are exposed to insightful and challenging material, both in life and in reading Hamlet. The deterioration in Hamlet's character and good spirit shows us that while acts such as revenge may entail negativity and danger, there may be benefits to individual people that we do not see. The importance of trust in the phenomenon of love is made clear to the reader, and we realise that trust is required in any sort of stable relationship. The reader is also informed about loyalty and we realise that loyalty can be a bad thing if shown in an excessive or inappropriate way. The reader completes their examination of the Hamlet tragedy, and we agree that Hamlet is a significant text, as it encourages us to think again about our values and
Events in people’s lives can have a myriad of effects on them. A person can become lost, transform into a better person, or ignore the events altogether. The choice of how to react often matters more than the event itself. The occurrence can also change the people’s views on life and cause them to have a different destiny. If the traumatizing event is never acknowledged however, the value and growth of the experience will be lost.
People abandoning their objectives believe that they will not attain success even if they have paid much effort. However, they will draw a lesson about why they fail and when they set another goal, they can know how to handle problems or difficulties and this time they will have high possibility of fulfilling your goal. In order to
Human beings are unique Nobody looks exactly the same This uniqueness is what distinguishes one person from the other .This is what makes them worthy . Problem statement : Many People think they are not unique but flawed Reason :lack of believe in themselves and influence of the society They think they are not good compared to other individuals Such individuals lose interest in their lives and find ways to abandon themselves from the world and people. Proposed solution : An ideology to be proposed by which people recognize that they are not flawed but unique .Way by which they start taking their flaws positively . People should think : THEY ARE FLAWSOME . A theory that would probably change the way people think about themselves and a way through
When people are facing adversity they don’t want to accept what is happening they want to fight back. The actions everyone makes to fight back are influenced by what will help them get away from their problems. Junior’s conflicts heavily encouraged him to take risky actions that could’ve led to a positive or negative outcome.
When working with a team I tend to be so focused on achievement that it comes at the expense of including everyone. I need to stop being so competitive as this behavior creates a self-centered approach and can lead to unethical actions. In order to achieve my goal I need to keep being willing to call out those individuals that are not adhering to the rules, while at the same time rewarding those for their appropriate behavior. As I mentioned earlier, a potential barrier to me achieving my goal of ethical leadership is my internal desire to compete. In order to overcome this potential barrier, I will use feedback from those around me on ways that I can improve.
Prejudices damage not only those they are inflicted on but those who hold them. When humans enable their prejudices to dictate their actions they are often left having lost the chance at knowing some extraordinary people. Clinging to prejudices is very tempting, because being wrong about them would mean it was necessary to change, and change is a scary thing. Despite this, a necessary lesson to learn is that seeing the truth and being proved wrong are all necessary to cause change, and change is necessary to become a better