Everybody has different values. So with that in mind, conflict will occur when individuals or nations have a lack of acceptance and understanding of these different values. Conflicts with differing interests occur when individuals or nations combat for their personal or nation goals as a whole, often ignoring the organizational goals and well-being, or other nation’s goals and well-being. Scarce resources can cause a lot of conflict. Especially between two countries.
These books established the atmosphere and seductiveness of”utopia" and fear of the consequences of acting in the non-prescribed way through character development. A single character is alienated because of his inability to conform. The characters struggle to hide this fact from the state's relentless supervision. This struggle leads them to eventual conflict with some hand of the state, which serves as the author's voice presenting the reader with the 'absurdity' of the principles on which the society is based. The similar fear of the state's abuse of power and technology at the expense of human individuality present within these novels speaks to the relevance of these novels within their historical context and their usefulness for awakening people to the horrendous consequences of their ignorance.
As Randolph Bourne put it, ‘war is the health of the state’. Emma Goldman saw the state through the symbols of ‘the gun and the handcuff’. The state robs life, liberty and property. Another area of coherence is seen through anti-clericalism. As anarchists see authority as unnecessary and undesirable, religion too (with the exception of some more spiritual beliefs such as millenarianism, Taoism and Buddhism) is opposed to.
Throughout my study of the individual, I have come to realise that the establishment’s desire for control, discourages individuality and has serious consequences for society. This is portrayed in Jonathan Demme’s film ‘Manchurian Candidate’ (2004) and Ken Kesey’s ‘One flew over the cuckoos nest” (1969). Both texts indicate that from any context it is hard to be an individual, because of the power, control and deception of the establishment, and the consequences of personal expression. An individual is anyone who defies against the rules and regulations of the establishment, being the media, governments and organisations. In both Manchurian and Cuckoo’s the individual is immersed in a dominating
This speech is different from the others in that he uses very vivid and disturbing images when he is trying to convince the governor to surrender his city. Although this speech does use Henry’s same rhetoric he isn’t leading anyone in a sense. He actually says that if the city doesn’t surrender he will lose control of his army and they will go off and do whatever they want. Henry says, “ your infants spitted upon pikes”(38) which draws a not so pleasant image. It almost leads us to question Henry’s morals if he is willing to kill infants.
xxx. Generalized anxiety disorder: persistent excessive worry over uncontrollable negative events, like health, finances, work, etc. They have apprehensive expectation and feel the need to control everything. xxxi. Panic disorder: recurrent, unexpected, uncued panic attacks.
Nowadays people don’t hold themselves liable for their anger and blame someone or something for their own behavior. Enraged outbursts are likely to happen anywhere no place is exempt in this mad world. Hales states in her essay, “Three things responsible for this angry world are: time, technology, and tension.” When we’re running low on patience and all tensed up, we don’t recognize how we treat or talk to people. We have lost our tolerance for inconvenience. It’s a feeling of weakness that sparks our raving madness and being furious for a moment won’t do us any good.
Stanley Cohen termed moral panic as a process, pointing to groups of people which are seen as threaten to the society, the version of this view stresses for breakdown of family life, threatening aggression, alcohol and drug abuse, lack of respect for others and so on, also amplified by the media and politicians, leading for stronger laws and radical changes in the contemporary society. All of those situations are pointed by Cohen as irrational as it is out of the real proportion of the actual behaviour, which is reinforced by the way in which those groups are presented by media, this presentation causes fear, labelling people as folk-devil give a sense of distinct evil rather then a normal people which does things to live as everyone does. Also there are other factors that can be considered to explain disorderly behaviour such as low intelligence, some people are inherent violent and anti-social, susceptibility or weakness, inequality. Those natural implications can be a grateful factor for how people