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    Ghyslain Raza is a teen that went source of public humiliation the bad thing about it is that all the other kids that he knowns didn’t know about his videos that he makes them and the bad thing that happen after they see the videos they posted them online and started making fun of him and talking about him. The sad thing about it is that he wanted to be famous from them videos but it just turned to them making fun of him and talking about him and that can make a person do harm to their self because they getting bullied and picked on. “The crazy thing is that Raza’s case it became humiliation, precisely what all kids fears the most in life is to be made fun if” (Fawcett 579). Also she used her thesis and her main point to help us get her points and how she felt about this topic that “viral videos can humiliate people and can make a person do something that they don’t want to do and can make a person do harm to their self because if the video this is just like bullying. Another story that she talked about in the story was when a girl from South Korean get the name…

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    written up, and nobody ever got expelled. Nothing bad happened to anybody.” Nothing bad happened to anybody besides Jake. In the end, Jake is one of the lucky ones. He experienced hazing and made it out with nothing more than a few scratches. Well, a few scratches and permanent memories that will scar him forever. However, his statement above describes the aspect of hazing that most people don’t acknowledge. The fact that students are being abused, and coaches and other school officials do…

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    It does not actually “...bring people together...” but instead “...only breeds animosity and separates people” (Jacobs). The humiliation is more likely to cause resentment between players that can last for the duration of their time together. The control that the older teammates display over the newcomer can be carried over post-hazing. It puts the newcomer in a position where they may forever feel inferior to their teammates rather than equal. Studies have found that teams who participated in…

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    In a competitive world, success seems to be the only reason to exist. Society pushes people to act and look a particular way and, if not, they are an alien. Success is business suits, briefcases, the American dream. Many People fear failure because they do not want to feel humiliation, they want acceptance, and they want to leave a positive, yet memorable legacy. Sweat, embarrassment, anxiety: Humiliation is the worst feeling anyone will experience. The world is no different from High school, a…

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    Hazing is an act of hostility and aggression without the purpose of harming one, whereas bullying is an act of hostility and aggression with the purpose of harming one. Hazing and bullying are alike in many ways; they both consist of mental and/or physical abuse, public humiliation, and sometimes death. Hazing is inflicting these items on one who wants to join a group. Bullying is inflicting these items on one for the “fun” or “joy” of it, intentionally harming them. In both cases of hazing and…

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    started to fade, he slumped against the protective weight of Booker’s muscular frame. Seconds later, he jerked back to consciousness, but not in time to stem the warm flow of urine that trickled down his thigh, the yellowish liquid staining the front of his boxers. Shock and humiliation widened his eyes and pulling away from Booker’s hold, he stumbled backward. “Fuck!” he cried in distress, his disbelieving gaze focusing on the yellow puddle pooling around his bare feet. “Oh, Jesus!”…

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    one mistake. Tangney says, “Feelings of shame involve a painful focus on the self-the humiliating sense that “I am a bad person,” (577) which is true because it will make them really ashamed of their actions. But because they are ashamed, they can also get irritated with everyone knowing what they done, so they will blame others. In Tangney’s essay, she states that people who receive shame punishment will feel embarrassed and will lash out and blame others. “They may seek to hide or escape the…

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    way of punishment. But, it is also a great way to show an individual a lesson of being embarrassed so much by the public for what the individual has committed or has done as a crime. So, that particular in the hope that shaming the individual so much will convince the person not to do the crime anymore. There are many different ways to punish an individual. But, many individuals may feel that this is the best way to punish and teach the person a lesson. On the other hand, others may not…

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    always got picked last. Additionally, I was always getting yelled at because I was not good enough of an athlete. I wanted to prove my skills. I wanted to show them that I was capable of being a good player. I also wanted them to know that my body image did not reflect the talents I had. I was in a place I did not see myself in, especially at that moment. I never expected it to happen. Although, it made me realize one thing about myself, I learned that you just have to love and be yourself…

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    It is supported by Aristotelian, Kantian, and Bonhoefferian ethics. Utilitarianism provides less support, but it can be argued that the avoidance of the pain of a further incident of abuse outweighs any potential for public humiliation for Beth’s family. Most importantly, this is the most selfless course of action, which supports its alignment with the will of God. It is important to note that Beth’s brother, the aggressor, provides the argument for incest as opposed to abuse. His interests are…

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