You never dob. Not on anyone. Not about anything, unless you want to get the crap kicked out of you.” (page 1), we can also see that this injustice not only occurs because of the seniors but even some of the teachers, we can see an example of this in the quote on page 3 “Those who understood the unwritten code learnt easily, other had learn the hard way. Brutality was never random. It was a coordinated exercise that brought everyone into line.
The research has been done on zero tolerance in the home but not extensively in the school. Based on the results of the research finding on zero tolerance in the home in regards to parenting the approach conflicts with the developmental needs of adolescences. This approached mirrored what was taking place in the Breakfast Club. The group leader/principal had no desire to truly hear what the teen had to say in response to his assignment. He only wanted them do as he said without feedback.
School uniforms are to be used to limit skin exposure and anything gang related to prevent anything that might harm students or symbolize anything unsafe. In some cases, students rebel and try to make the uniform look according to the way they want to be portrayed as but the reality in that is that the policy isn’t going to let them do this. Students need to oblige to the uniforms given to them and not complain because it can get much worse than just putting on a simple shirt that you have to wear every day. Take for instance IDEA School; their uniform policy is VERY strict and they only allow you to wear what they want you to wear not what you think belongs to the uniform. In this school, the students are only allowed to wear the school t-shirt, cakey pants, closed toed shoes, and a belt that won’t let your pants sag down to your knees or farther.
As the experiment progressed Ben Ross subconsciously became their leader and the students listened to every ‘command’ he gave. The students thought the wave was good because they thought that it was making everyone equal so people like Robert Billings, the class loner, wouldn’t be excluded but the students and Mr. Ross were drawn into the wave to much to realize that it was making no one be able to be an individual anymore, instead everyone was acting the same and overall practically be the same person, all following one leader, Ben Ross. Nearly all of the school had been manipulated into believing in the wave except for a few students. One of these students was Laurie. Laurie had started off questioning the wave and what it meant and she soon sees what it’s doing to the school and her friends.
The second is coercion, this involves the use of threats sanctions and force. For example, the state threatens us with fines, prison or worse if we do not obey their laws. You can see then that you have power is easy, if you are feared or have something desirable to others such as money then you will have power over people. Authority is more than just power. People obey you because you have money or because they are scared of you but because they believe you are normative authority.
Orders are called orders because that is exactly what they are, not suggestions. In the heat of battle, following orders saves lives. There is no time to think it through or suggest other options. Your sergeant gives an order and he expects it to be followed as well as when you might give an order to your subordinates. That is one reason why basic/boot seems so scary to some people because they know they will have a power struggle with the drill sergeants.
Ethical Treatment of Prisoners Vaniesea Forbes SOC 120 Introduction to Ethics & Social Responsibility Instructor: Amber Anderson Espana April 24, 2013 For hundreds of years prisoners had no rights, wardens ran their facilities as they deemed necessary and furthermore, they were not held accountable for the conditions which existed in their facilities. Over time however, changes were incorporated to accommodate inmates and preserve their basic human rights. We all have feelings of what is right and what is wrong, It is those same feelings, which help to guide us towards doing what we believe to be ethically and morally correct. The ethical treatment of these prisoners has been an ongoing concern and debate for years. With the prison population on the rise this task has become harder than ever.
Maintain a good appearance is essential for all members of the armed forces, especially for the U.S. NAVY. It looks simple, and we should always be able to carry out this mission, no matter what. Not having just a simple thing like a belt makes us look uneven. By the simple fact of having forgotten belt, we could also forget send a message instead, and for not sending a message we could end up losing the lives of our shipmates, or even worse, lose the war. Having a uniform ready at all times will teach us discipline.
People being labelled (negatively) will always be affected according to their label, and society plays an important role in the labelling process. In the next few paragraphs the contribution of Becker as an exponent of the labelling perspective will be discussed along with the process of labelling and the typology of deviants. Labelling as a cause of crime According to the Study Guide (The explanation of crime), Becker shortly discussed the way different sets of rules affect the theory of labelling as a cause of crime while developing his theory. This labelling theory, also known as the societal reaction theory does not only define deviants, it can also make them. When someone is labelled an offender they are forced by society to live according to this label which could minimise their chances of being law abiding citizens and limit their chances of finding decent jobs.
However, I believe this misconception distorts the truth because an introverted personality actually qualifies for leadership in our current society. From this reason, I think introverted people are good enough to become a good leader. First of all, what is introverted personality and why introverted people are blamed by other people? As we know introverted person is more consideration for other party than extroverted. But it is not a problem who wants to become a leader.