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    Fear is the unpleasant feeling when a person feel like an impending force of danger is coming. This is a feeling that no one wants to receive from their peers. Despite the fact that this feeling is wanted, there are many people abuse this power. Why? Simply because it is a one of the best source for the bullies used to motivate people to do their bidding. Fear can comes in many shapes. One of the best shown fears are illustrated in the play “Crucible”. This play is about a group of girls who claim that they can see evil spirit haunting them. As the result, they turn their town into a prison filled with witches by accusing people of witchcraft because they send their spirits and haunt them. Throughout the play, the author, Arthur Miller embedded…

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    limited point of view to further illustrate the different fears of the characters, highlighting fears of discovery, violence against race, possible infidelity, and the fear of commitment. Although we as the audience are only privy to Irene’s thoughts and feelings, we can infer from the comments and gestures of other characters how their own fears pervade their lives. However, as the story is through Irene’s point of view, Irene’s thoughts and comments perhaps cloud and disregard the fears of…

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    Fear In Macbeth

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    stuck out to me was the topic of “fear”. In the play of “Macbeth” written by no other than Shakespeare, the fear of getting caught really motivated Macbeth to continue down the wrong path and inevitably led him to his foreseeable death. In the documentary “The Armstrong Lie” Lance was so afraid to lose the Tour De France that he turned to drugs to enhance his performance which eventually ended his career in cycling forever. Lastly, Morrie didn’t necessarily fear death or aging but he talked a…

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    Irrational Fear

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    and hear it at the same time: The front door is suddenly thrown against the door frame.’ ‘Your breathing speeds up. Your heart races. Your muscles tighten.”- (Layton) Fear is a chemical reaction that tells our brain and bodies that something is wrong. It is a survival instinct that that keeps us safe and out of danger. But what chemical reactions happen when you are afraid. To answer that we look to science. When fear senses pick up a fear stimulus, your brain goes through two different paths.…

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    Definition Of Fear

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    People say that fear is bad and that it just holds us back, but I think fear is what keeps us safe. Imagine there was no consequence, you would probably do whatever you want like jumping off cliffs and break the law just to name a few things. Consequence make us afraid which is good. With fear you would not do any of that because you are afraid of consequence. Some people may say fear is an obstacle And I would have to agree fear can sometimes be like a fallen tree in the road Say someone…

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    Understanding Fear

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    What Is Fear? Yusef Griffin Buffalo State College Abstract What Is Fear? Introduction Fear is one of the basic human emotions. Throughout life, every living person and animal has experienced fear. There is no limit to the number of times one may experience fear, but a person’s lifestyle is a major contributor. For example, a Marine Corps infantryman will experience fear more often than an accountant. Fear has powerful effects on a person’s behavior , physiology, and physical…

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    The Evolution Of Fear

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    sends shivers all down your spine. A mind young as yours doesn’t feel the longing fear of your family or your career, but you do have the basic instincts that have lived with human nature for centuries. Feeling threatened, the ancient instincts run through your child self and make you fear for your life. Your “monster under the bed” has sparked these fears for your life, but that basic natural fear evolves over time with maturity and knowledge of the modern world you live in. Soon you are afraid…

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    The Importance Of Fear

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    anxiety? With a strong instinct to run away? Then you have experienced fear. Fear is one of the most important emotions known for triggering a fight or flight response in extreme situations it can define life or death in all species. From fear many other problems can arise, such as phobias, panic, and anxiety disorders. It is a multidimensional concept that cannot be narrowed down because it is different for everyone that experiences it fear is important to continue research in order to…

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    Fear Of Crime

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    discuss how fear of crime is greater than the reality of crime. Use examples in your answer. The fear of a crime can be felt by anyone at any age. However what type of ‘crime’ we fear or what we believe we should be afraid of depends upon a person’s determining contexts. However, the majority of people have minor experiences of serious criminal victimization. Meaning that our fears of crime are higher than the reality of crime; due to misconceptions, manipulated headlines and statistics,…

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    Okonkwo's Fear

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    Is Fear the Cause of His Ultimate Demise? Imagine a life of someone who carries a constant burden on their shoulders. The burden whispers into the person’s ear everyday probably around noon or right before bed. The burden causes a constant fear that sends chills down their spine when the syllables drop from the burden’s lips. It might sound something like, “You aren't good enough” or “It was all your fault”. This fear can consume someone especially when it is driven by self hatred, guilt or the…

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