For the Hunger Games, the start of violence is when two people, a boy and a girl, gets selected, from each of the 12 districts, out of a box at the reaping to see who would join the Hunger Games that year. The Hunger Games is when 12 girls and 12 boys from all of the districts go into an arena to fight to their death. The two contestants train and try to gain sponsors. After training, they are sent into the Hunger Games to fight the battle between life and death. In this society, we never would have actual reality show where people would really die, but its basically what’s going on, people are acting as if it‘s a game.
They do this by forcing each district to send a tribute; one boy and one girl from every district into the annual Hunger Game, in which they will fight until there is only a single winner left standing and it is all televised on live TV. In the Hunger Games, the psychological punishment in the dystopian society allows you as the reader to understand that contemporary issues like poverty, mistrust of one another, hunger, dehumanization, all being used by the government as weapons. The physical punishment is fear, as well as corporal punishment. Psychological Punishment: The first psychological punishment is poverty, in the Seam, Katniss is left to be the provider when her father is killed in the coal mines. She needs to keep her family alive; so she begins to hunt in the woods nearby.
Competitors are forced to kill each other in order to survive and there may only be one winner. Katniss Everdeen is the tribute competing from District 12 after stepping in for her younger sister who was chosen to compete. She is then forced into the arena and forced to fight for her survival while everyone at home watches on their televisions. My favorite character is Haymitch , Haymitch is Katniss and Peeta's trainer. He competed in The Hunger Games before and barely won.
“Child Abduction” Joseph Kony is an inspiration for the abolishment of child abduction across the world. He is one of the most wanted men of the world’s criminal court. Kony is facing charges of crimes against humanity such as making innocent children in to soldiers, abduction, murder and torturing. Joseph Kony attempted for twenty six years to overthrow the government of Uganda by exercising extreme brutality and terror. If not for Kony, people would not have known so much about the situation in Uganda, and Africa, and the senseless abduction of children to be used for child soldiers.
Zar Mohammad has earned a considerable sum of money and embarks on trading but he is ripped out of his money by the governor. Bitterly despaired by the delay or absence of justice, he takes a gun and kills his enemies one by one. After the killing of the frauds, he is dubbed Shir Mohammad (lion-hearted Mohammad) by the villagers. The theme of justice and revenge fills the entire ambience of the novel. Once the law is too slow to mete out justice to the ones who deserve it, anarchy will prevail with the consequence that people will decide their own fate and exercise justice in the light of their own definition of the concept.
Perhaps someone does not agree with the policies the company is putting in place. Maybe they see a mistake with following that procedure. Will they speak up? More than likely not if they are afraid to challenge someone who perhaps is threatening them that if they don't agree or comply, then they can kiss their job good-bye. Sechser says, "strong powers would make more potent threats since they can threaten especially severe punishment for non-compliance" (p. 627, para 1).
How much would he find his imaginary republic short of his perfection? The main reason why people think of cannibals as barbarous and savages is because of the way they fight. They go to war naked with bows and wooden swords and their fists, they also bring home the head of an enemy which they killed, and then they eat them. They eat their enemies and prisoners not
Dystopia; an imaginary state or place in which the condition of life is extremely bad, as from deprivation, oppression, or terror. In the movie the hunger games, the setting is in a dystopic land where through a game, twelve districts fight to bring food and honor back to their land. Districts are ranked from one to twelve based on the predicted outcome of the battle. One of those districts is notorious for its fierce competitors while the other twelve are expected to die off early in the games. District twelve is looked down upon by the media, their officials, including the president and people in the capital because of where they come from.
Hitler’s power to mobilize the masses and kill innocent people is another example of the power of agency to influence people to commit horrendous acts. We see how racism provided the excuse and rationalization of the genocide. In the movie “The Wave” we observe how students were eager to give up their freedom of will and individual right to feed their thirst for power and strength all this by the suggestion of their teacher. In the end the conflict is resolved when the students realize how they have been brainwashed and that their actions as a result, were determined by a false consciousness which blinded them to the reality of the situation. As Lemert explains people overcome false consciousness by “opening their hearts and eyes to the realities before them” (Lemert,
Dogs will be forced to take euthanasia if they were not adopted for a period of time. Approximately, there are 33000 dogs killed every year, this figure shows how severe the problem is. Identifying abandoned dogs’ owners is not a fully-fledged solution. Those iron-hearted owners will then be brought to justice and banned for life from owning a pet but without showing any repentance. However, it is an undeniable fact that they did escape from their responsibility.