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The Lord of the Flies- Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Transcript of The Lord of the Flies- Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Self-Actualized people are happy, independent, are rational/realistic and problem solvers.
"Simon found for them the fruit they could not reach, pulled off the choicest from up in the foliage, passed them back down to the endless, outstretched hands." (Golding 57)
"He looked over his shoulder as Jack had done at the close ways behind him and glanced swiftly round to conﬁrm that he was utterly alone" (Golding 58)
"Holding his breath he cocked a critical ear at the sounds of the island. Evening was advancing toward the island; the sounds of the bright fantastic birds"( Golding 58)
The Hierarchy of Needs
Maslow believed that people are motivated to achieve certain needs. He made a pyramid that says that the most basic needs start from the bottom and after one need is finished, the person will move up to the next need on the pyramid.
These needs are the most basic human needs.
"There's food;and bathing water in that little stream along there-and everything". (Golding 33)
"We chose those rocks right along beyond the bathing pool as a lavatory". (Golding 85)
"You mostly need shelters" (Golding 85)
Needs such as having shelter, or any laws or limits that may be needed.
Health and well-being
“We need shelters". (Golding 52)
Esteem needs is the need and want of feeling appreciated and respected by others.
"Listen all of you. Me and my hunters, we're living along the beach by a flat rock. We hunt and feast and have fun. If you want to join my tribe come and see us. Perhaps I'll let you join. Perhaps not".(Golding 154)
"Going to be a storm, said Ralph, and you'll have rain like when we dropped here. Who's clever now? Where are your shelters? What are you going to do about that?"(Golding 167).
The Lord of the Flies: Maslow's Hierarchy of needs
Five people are needed for this activity, who are not familiar with Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
Social needs are important because humans need moral support from each other.
"They breathed together, they grinned together, and they were chunky and vital". (Golding 15)