When one is misled by others and be harmed, this will make this person angry. His anger could urge him to revenge and hurt who hurts him before (60). Harriet Goldhor-Lerner concludes that in her book: A Dance of Anger when she defined anger as: A signal… . It may be a message that we are being hurt, that our rights are being violated; that our needs or wants are being adequately met or simply that something is not right (1). On the other hand, Leonard Bekowitz claims that anger is that feeling that man faces when his desired goal is blocked.
"44 In the play, downfall is most commonly either suffering or torment. In the case of King Lear, that suffering is caused by the injustices acted out by chat ethers against one another. Lear loses his sanity, Kent is put into the stocks, and Gloucester has his eyes gouged out and attempts suicide. This downfall takes many aspects into consideration. It is at the same time "spiritual and physical," while also affecting social aspects.45 Madness is a third, minor theme hidden in the characters of the play.
Exploring Violence in Tennessee Williams’ plays In the 1930s, when playwrights addressed social and political issues by dramatizing their effect on everyday domestic lives of ordinary people, Williams’ focus was on psychological exploration that had been the concern of the realistic dramatists of the 1920s. (Berkowitz 87) Brutality, violence and cruelty are commonly found in Williams’ plays. Legendary director Elia Kazan once said of Tennessee Williams “Everything in his life is in his plays, and everything in his plays is in his life.” He deals with topics such as violence, sex, alcoholism, homosexuality in his plays which were hush-hush and weren’t spoken about in public. I feel that this stems from his own life. He had a disturbed childhood
looks at how it ultimately affects society and targeted groups. There are a myriad of arguments for and against the allowance of hate speech. Some citing Democracy and the first amendment others stem from the fear of eroded freedoms of expression and have valid points, but ultimately, it corrodes society’s human rights and freedoms. The two fold issue being intolerance of the freedom of self-determination and the fact that some are born a color or culture and have no choice. Therefore, hate speech is anti-social and damaging to society as a whole.
This shows that segregation only cause people to get frustrated which happens in the nature of people handling it, however this will create a lot of conflict for both the oppositions as the people separating are already filled with anger by the stereotypes and the people who are tolerating it are getting more anger which will cause a lot of conflict verbally, physically and mentally between the two opposites. McKay intends to show that segregation can result in uncontrollable decisions and conflicts over
Proponents believe they when these specific races are being discriminated on media they should be more strict and have consequences for their actions but opponents believe when the public is being discriminated on media, it’s to show that these people are not great for the public, they might even include recent facts about how countries are being destroyed and there are killings by these specific race. I argue that racial discrimination on the media should be addressed more than it already is. I think this because hearing horrible news can cause poor mental and physical health. (“Trump is a Textbook Racist” - Jay A. Pearson) Minority races are still shown more negatively in media than white people. (“Disrupting Implicit Racial Bias and Other Forms of Discrimination to Improve Access Achievement, and Wellness for Students of Color” - David J. Johns) Also there are videos on media, about people getting verbally abused especially races that are constantly attacked.
Guilt creates inner conflict as well as conflict within relationships and across generations which is seen as destructive. An example of guilt’s destructive capability is the damage that Michael’s guilt over Hanna inflicts on him. Michael’s resulting decision is to “never to take guilt upon myself or feel guilty, never again to love anyone whom it would hurt to lose” which makes him hard-hearted, sabotaging his relationships with others. Even though guilt can be destructive it also encourages people to take responsibility for their actions, to recognize their mistakes and wrongdoings, and to avoid them in the future. For example, the collective guilt that Michael’s generation inherits from the Holocaust emboldens them to accept their parent generations mistakes, know not to follow in their footsteps and condemn Nazi war
Kim described the angry person as irrational, unstable, and unpredictable. He argued that anger is always has a certain connection to socially and historically background. Anger is also regarded as a reaction that threats one 's life, in some conditions it is like running away from serious and tension situations. Anger is described as a feeling of tension and animosity, usually happened as a reason for worry revolted by a perceived threat oneself, rights, possessions or even values." Anger is a pressure cooker; we can only apply pressure against our anger for a certain amount of time until it explodes" (Kim 6-7).
His definition is more specific and related to how hate speech affected people. While interviewing fellow classmates about what they define as hate speech there were many similar definitions. Many agreed that hate speech is anything that attacks someone based on their religion, race, gender, or sexual orientation. Some said that hate speech makes the world a scary place because people are so harsh. This proved to support Zafar’s notion that hate speech promotes an unsafe place.