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Vinson Cashout Volley V

on 27 February 2014

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Using support from your research materials, identify and explain any political, social, economic, or cultural issues that may shape the story.
Imagine what it would be like to live in this situation. Using supporting details from your research, discuss the greatest challenges people might face under these circumstances.
Based on your research, describe how these circumstances would affect a person’s identity development (crisis, commitment, diffusion, foreclosure, moratorium, achievement).
I think the jews were most likely to reach identity foreclosure.Because they really didnt have a choice to explore them selves.They been beating downn so much all they know is that they are jewish.And they have not made it to moratorium because being jewish was not allowed in Germany.And they couldnt make it to achievement because they were to scared to walk around and stand up for what they believe in.because they know what the consequence was most likely going to be.http://psychology.about.com/od/psychosocialtheories/a/psychosocial.htm
Name:Vinson VOLLEY
Book Selection:The boy with the striped pajamas
The two things that shaped the story was cultural issues and social.The cultural issue was that allot of the Germans killed jews because they were the total opposite of them.They had different beliefs and looked different from them.And the social issue in the story was,Some people did not want to associate with other people who did not look like them.The people who did not have blonde hair and blue eyes were outsiders to them.
The greatest challenge i think would be discrimination.The nazis did not see the jews as a religious group.They seen them as a poisonous group of race that lived off of other races and weakened them.They didnt even claim the jews as a part of the nation.But i know my life would be miserable living as a jew in Germany.Having to wake up everyday knowing your not wanted somewhere by a great amount of people is crazy to me.I dont think i could hadle waking up and somebody wanting to kill me because im jewish.Thats just insane.
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