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Man vs. Society

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Leah Ford

on 13 February 2013

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Transcript of Man vs. Society

Kaylie, Leah, Alex Man Vs. Society What is Conflict? Conflict in a story is the struggle between opposing forces. An example of conflict would be man vs. man, man vs. nature, man vs. society, man vs. technology, man vs. fate/destiny, man vs. self. Two Types Of Conflict Conflict can either be internal of external.

External; Conflict that takes place outside of the body.

Internal; Conflict that takes place outside of the body. Man vs. Society Man vs. Society is when the protagonist battles against elements of government or culture. This is a type of external conflict. Examples of Man vs. Society Example of a movie: The Lion King.
We chose this movie because there is a part of the movie where Simba is sent into exile for "killing" his father. In this case Scar represents the government and Simba is the protagonist.

Example of a book: The Hunger Games,
This is an example of man vs. society because the districts are trying to work against the government to gain their freedom.
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