Theme Of Dominance In Lord Of The Flies

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Dominance may or may not be intentional, but it emerges as a self-protective measure. In William Golding’s Lord of the Flies, dominance demonstrates among the characters what typically happens when experiencing an absence of social order. Moreover this same dominance can also lead people to do extreme behaviors that they would not do under normal circumstances. Dominance still remains a product of the lack of social order in today’s societies and a primary cause of extreme human behavior.
Dominance will prevail in an absence of social order in order to gain the upperhand. Especially in a society without a “grownup” or social order, like in Lord of The Flies, some people will respond with dominance. In Lord of The Flies as dominance is being
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