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Dystopia

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David Pau

on 19 April 2014

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Transcript of Dystopia

How to make a Dystopian Society Desirable
What is a Dystopian Society?
~ an undesirable society because;
- totalitarian government
- dehumanization
- fear
- poverty
~ can't make it desirable
Real Life
How is a Dystopian society created?
~ a society that is frightening or undesirable
Dystopian Societies
Independence
~ build morals, ethics and re-socialize people
- hold festivals and rituals
- thou shall not kill (chrysalids, hunger games etc)
~ Remove fear
- unknown
- government
~ rebel against the government
- inside man - fight in mass
- have a face - shown in many books


How to dissolve a Dystopian Society
~ dehumanization, natural disaster, totalitarian governments and a decline in society
Individualism
Freedom of Speech
First
large event occurs that could be a
And Finally
a large gap between the high class and low class.
discrimination,
prenatally change kids lives
augmentation of the world,
Next
large event causes the uprising of a
dictatorship, bureaucratic or totalitarian government.
some time
religions,
companies
and technology
take over
Utopia
Dystopia
Power and Influence
What are S me Present-Day r Hist rical Examples f Dystopia
Fictional Literature
Politicians
Governments
Companies
Technology
Religion
Present-Day Real Life Examples
Sochi 2014 Olympics
Zimbabwe/ Somalia

Dystopia in the Future?
Growing power of corporations
Influence of pop culture
Prevalence of Terrorism
Developed nations interfering with other nation's internal affairs
Historical Real Life Examples of Dystopia
Soviet Russia
Nazi Germany
natural disaster
war, critical overpopulation
uprising
revolution.
Fictional Examples
Hunger Games
Divergent
Fahrenheit 451
Nineteen Eighty Four (1984)
V for Vendetta
Brave New World
By: David, Karan, Mathuran, Simon
What Do They All Have
In Common?
Corrupt
Lead By One Party
Delusional Vision
Oppressive Government
Lack of Freedom
Poor Economy
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