This is odd as the object of her affections is her husband,whom has no feelings towards her. He is undeserving of her love,as Emilia could be offering all this love to one whom actually deserves it. This is a good character trait in Emilia. Due to her not getting the love she wants from husband, she develops the belief that women should be able cheat on there husbands. Subsequently they had a rocky relationship,even though
Discuss the reliability of information gained from interviewing suspects [15 marks] Interviewing suspects can have be reliable and unreliable in terms of the information gained from the interview. One way in which interviewing suspects can gain unreliable information is through false confessions. For example, in using Inbau’s nine steps of interrogation a tense atmosphere is caused e.g direct confrontation and interrupting any attempt of denial from the suspect creates a stressful environment. Therefore this may lead to false confessions from the suspect in order to escape the stress of the interrogation rather than an actual admission of guilt. This is an example of how interviewing suspects can lead to unreliable information because this interview can lead to false or real confessions dependent on the individual.
She desire for love and affection from someone so she can escape from the past she had. In many scenes in the play, Stella gets looked down upon by her husband Stanley. In the play A Street Car Named Desire, loneliness was portrayed in the character Blanche DuBois. Ever since the boy she loved committed suicide, she became very lonely. Her loneliness comes into play when her promiscuous behavior started to occur.
Other women where “cold” and wanted to “snatch from life more than it could give”. The attitudes of these women, justifies their heartache and loss. Gurkov’s relationship with Anna is initiated by him. He recognizes that she is new to Yalta, she is alone and that she is married. For most people this would stop them from considering any improper relationship but something entices Gurhov,
He also admits to being unfaithful to his wife on several occasions. He appears to not like women as he referred to them as the "lower race." This characteristic of his personality leads to the encounter between himself, the unfaithful husband, and the young mysterious Anna, in the gardens. "If she is here alone without a husband or friends, it wouldn’t be amiss to make her acquaintance." He stated of her.
Lying to Police Officers is a misdemeanor in most states. A misdemeanor is a crime that is bad but not life threatening most of the time. People lie daily to make themselves look more “cool” or to sound “badass”, but it doesn’t matter what you lie about because nothing is going to make it okay. Then lying to an Officer of the law might have repercussions that can cause much worse damage and harm than telling the truth to begin with. The ripples of this dishonesty can cause harm to: you, other people, and property that may be involved.
Although there are an endless amount of positives, slowly solving the pieces of a person’s life can be quite terrifying. A person’s flaws and more importantly, their mistakes, rise to the surface. The only blemish within this progression of a relationship is that a partner’s past mistakes often come to the surface after it is too late. Without knowledge of a certain type of mistake, one simple night of pleasure could lead you to a life-changing result. Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD’s) are not always physically obvious on a partner, and they are not always stated blatantly.
However Subcultural theorists developed this idea claiming that people experiencing strain seek different forms of success. As item A explains, subcultural theorists have developed earlier ideas about crime. They see crime and deviance as a group activity. More specifically, Albert Cohen (1955) believed that ‘status frustration’ is the motive behind delinquent acts. This means that those who feel looked down upon and those who feel that they are denied social status commit the delinquent acts.
In “A Woman Killed with Kindness”, a married woman tries to deal with the fact that she has performed a state of infidelity. Even though she has realized what she has done, her outside lover will not accept her choice of continuing to pursue her marriage. Therefore, it is as if she is torn between love and lust. The male character in “Women killed with Kindness” felt like he was in love with the married women. “I am a villain if apprehered to deed” is the male character expressing his passion and love for the married women.
The abusive person may say, “If you love me, I’m all you need- you’re all I need". * May use "playful" force during sex, and/or may want to act out sexual fantasies in which the victim is helpless. * May say things that are intentionally cruel and hurtful in order to degrade, humiliate, or run down the victim’s accomplishments. * Tend to be moody and unpredictable. They may be nice one minute and the next minute explosive.