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  • Frankenstein Nature Vs Nurture Analysis

    Love me Tender, Love me sweet Humans. Are they products of nature or nurture and where do a parents parenting and teachings play into the growth and development of a child 's personality? The world may never know the exact answer to this question and people may never understand the individual thought processes behind people 's aggressive actions. In Mary Shelley 's sci-fi novel, Frankenstein, the creature is a perfect example of being both a product nature and nurture. The creatures self-identity crisis is partially due to growing up without a responsible role model and being different from the humans. However since the creature is derived from human parts, he could be classified as a human, but because he looks strange and different, he is treated as inferior. Thus further lowering his self esteem and causing him to act aggressively. Humans are products of both nature and nurture and the environment in which their parents raised them; These defining factors are what shape an individual 's actions, decisions, and personalities and are often what cause individuals to act aggressively towards others. If a child grows up feeling out of place or different from other children, they will begin to blame themselves. The constant build up of low self esteem will eventually cause all sense of right vs wrong to snap therefore aspiring aggression. Sharon Begley, author of the article, The Anatomy of Violence, writes about the psychology behind gun violence: If “an odd child cannot make…

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