Idiot Nation In Michael Moore’s writing of “Idiot Nation”, he states that, obviously enough, we live in a nation of idiots. He argues that the education system is failing and the causes as to why he believes that. These including the wrong people being in charge, lack of funding, and also a lack of care for the education system. He supports this by using specific examples, asking questions that need to be asked, and saying things that others are too afraid to say. He also succeeds at appealing to his targeted audience through a loose, but serious, form of humor.
The next reason why juveniles commit delinquent acts is child abuse. If a child is constantly being abused it is highly likely that they will turn violent to protect themselves. Once they turn violent they are most likely to commit delinquent acts. The next reason is drug abuse if they are hooked on drugs they will commit delinquent acts so that they support their habit. Drug use will cause a juvenile to act violent.
Nowadays, horrifying crimes are being committed by criminals and they are being punished for it. It has been believed that behind every crime there is a reason, which usually gets neglected. In the world of justice, reasons doesn’t matter, only thing that matters is whoever did the crime has to be punished and everyone should get justice. From the articles “How people turn monstrous” by Mark Buchanan and “Revisiting the Stanford prison experiment” by Philip G. Zimbardo, which means human behavior is forceful. The good people always get forced inherently into the bad situation.
On any first impression of Moore, one is so taken aback by his relentless pit-bull attack style of character assassination and gratuitous and mean-spirited insults, that it’s not immediately apparent what his cause is. What is the central thesis of Idiot Nation? In Moore’s opening paragraphs the focus of his attacks is not clear. Ultimately, we get to the bottom of it, albeit in a most convoluted presentation of his opinions and analysis of facts, or pseudo facts. Americans are dumb; dumb, as in lacking a good education.
Indifference as Punishment In order to prevent future atrocities Wiesel gets his audience to see indifference not only as a sin but also as a punishment by enabling the audience to recognize indifference and its perils through depression that transforms into guilt and changes into hope. Indifference is what Elie Wiesel states as one of the greatest misfortunes and setbacks of modern society. He illustrates that indifference is dangerous by emphasizing the impact of societal consequence. He conveys this message initially through pathos by forcing the audience into a state of depression. Postulating that indifference is a dangerous road, he wants the reader to understand that indifference can have unintended consequences that will eventually lead to atrocities.
Although some people believed that Ted Bundy was born evil, he became a sociopathic murderer of women due in part to his antisocial personality disorder, his failure to form bonds that would encourage conformity to societal norms and his viewing of violent pornography which stimulated his aggression against women. The clinical definition of a sociopath is a person suffering from antisocial personality disorder. According to the 2007 edition of Merriam-Webster's Medical Dictionary antisocial personality disorder is “characterized by antisocial behaviour (sic) exhibiting pervasive disregard for and violation of the rights, feelings, and safety of others” [ (Merriam-Webster's Medical Dictionary) ]. It is stated in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, DSM-IV, [ (Psychiatric News, 2004) ], that people with antisocial personality disorder have met three or more of the seven criteria listed after they reach the age of 18. Bundy can be diagnosed as having antisocial personality disorder using the following three criteria from the DSM IV-TR (Psychiatric News, 2004).
Peoplelike us give the sociopath little sympathy because they hurt people so badbut their illness is recognized as somewhat of an explanation of why theydo it. The idea of the disorder is no excuse for their behavior that resultsfrom it. The sociopath is very intelligent and knows how to manipulatepeople into thinking they are normal and that is when they work theirmagic. Beneath the mask of sanity a sociopath is full of tension, hostility,irritability, rage, emptiness and sadness at the core of the sociopathicpersonality. When they hurt a person a sociopath might think he had itcoming or I’m watching out for number 1.
Psychological and social problems can make one resolve to bullying. A child being raised by violent parents can end up being a bully. A victim of bullying can also retaliate by bullying other people to get the satisfaction of ‘revenge’. Persons undergoing depression, anxiety
Lets take a look at the "bad boy" type of guys women would like. The bad boy may not necessarily actually be bad, but it all actually just seems to be an illusion. Its not because of the way they talk, the way they think or how stronge and dangerous they are. Its how they set themselves up to fool people making them look more than they are. For example, the 'bad boy" type of guy would for example be in an argument with a girl, thus being the douchebag the guy is, ends up making a girl cry or simply just upsetting her.