However, the relationship is one-sided, because his father expects him to be obedient and not argue with him. This a disappointing relationship because Henry's father tries to force Henry to do something he doesn't want to, also Henry decides not to go and disappoints his father. Another scene that shows the complexity of the relationship between Henry and his father is on page 263. His father is on his deathbed, and he tells Henry “I did it for you”, mentioning the letters that Henry had sent and received. Henrys’ father acted selfishly by stopping the communication between Henry and Keiko.
The traits that would be detrimental to Woodside would be being permissive and lack of guidance. Woodside showed that he is permissive because he was covering the mistakes and even staying late to cover the mistakes of others. He showed lack of guidance because he was unable to help George with his business and personal problems. I think that Woodside showed that he possessed both types of leadership traits. There is no doubt that he is a people-oriented leader by getting along with his colleagues and had developed trust with all of his subordinates.
A gutless fucking wonder!’ When Blacky explains to his father about the storm, Bob insults him rather than swallow his pride and takes his son’s advice on board. The relationship that is shared between Blacky and his father has negatively impacted Blacky’s self-esteem so much that it has led to him not having faith in his own father and to expect no support. During the novel, the desertion that Bob shows toward his son leads Blacky to be more independent, and he learns to expect no support from his father, as he cannot rely on Bob to look after him. The grand final, and Dumby Red’s funeral are examples of when Gary seeks his father’s input,
Crooks isn’t ashamed about his inheritance but has pride and tells Lennie he doesn’t descend from slaves but from landowners. In several points, in the book Steinbeck shows Crooks’s dignity and pride when he ‘draws himself up’ and will not accept charity from anyone. Crooks, jealous of Lennie having a friend to spend his life with, scares him and
I think that this is | | |good characterization, but I don’t think a dad wouldn’t get mad at| | |what he did. I know that my dad would yell at me if I did that to | | |my room, so it left me kind of confused as to why he did that | |“He counted his money…minutes before” (33). |This shows that Alex is a pushover. For some reason, he can’t say | | |no to Morgana. I think it is because he is scared to look like a | | |coward in front of her.
For Adorno, media's influence, its lack of objectivity and monopoly should not be taken lightly. The culture industry gives the illusion of being informed and involved, while in reality the consumer of mass media is being reduced to minding himself with his own petty matters. According to Adorno the public refrains from criticizing the media because they are dependent upon it. They need the culture industry in order to achieve pleasure and satisfaction and cannot imagine their lives without it. The culture industry preserves its power by presenting "the good life" as reality and through false conflicts that trade him for his real ones.
In this case study showed that Woodside starts a project and he not stopping the project until it was completed to his satisfaction. The detrimental traits are Permissive Being too accepting of detrimental behavior. Woodside I so permissive because he was covering the mistakes of others and staying late to do so. Lack of guidance Leading and supporting toward a positive outcome. Woodside showed a lack of guidance because he did not help George with his business and personal problems.
Since he was unhappy with his life, Peter decided to take matters into his own hands. He did this by doing whatever he pleased. Work was the main source of Peter’s unhappiness, so he chose not to go to work. In “Self Reliance,” Emerson explained that “the doctrine of hatred must be preached, as the counteraction of the doctrine of love, when it pulses and whines” (Emerson 1). Peter shows how he hates work, so the key to his happiness is just not going.
Larry does not want his father around and he wants to be his mother’s companion. This theory does not fit into the story because Larry does not want to kill his father, rather he wants his father to move out and leave their household. In the end Larry also feels bad for his father and wants his little brother to go away.
As mentioned above, Willy reflects Biffs’ failure in business as a reflection of his own dreams of succeeding although he only succeeded for a short while in his life. Also, the affair that Willy was in might have affected Biff and made him unable to keep a job. Willy has such insecurities with betrayal and himself that not only does he believe his family betrays him but also people on the outside too. His boss, for example, just because his boss fired him, Willy takes it as a form of betrayal even though he tells him, “there’s no room for betrayal in the business