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Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Applied to Night

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Precious Perkins

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Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
(Applied to
Precious Perkins
Mr. Nichols
English II Pre-AP
Maslow's Hierarchy
It was created to see what motivated people.
The original hierarchy consisted of:

1.Self-Actualization (Self-Awareness)
3.Social Needs (Love and Belongingness)
4.Safety & Security Needs
5.Biological (Physiological) Needs
Self-Actualization is when a person realizes what they can do and set and reach their personal goals


Elie, from
, wanted to learn the Klabbabah. (He was seeking personal growth.)

Elie feels a lack of fulfillment when he couldn't find any sympathy for his father.
"Just like Rabbi Eliahu's son, I had not passed the test."(

Esteem includes self-esteem, reaching goals, independence, respect and being able to take responsibility.

Elie father was seen as an esteemed person because the Jews of Sighet asked for his opinions.

Social Needs
Social needs are the relationships a person has with other people.

Elie's relationship with his family and the few friends he makes.
Safety Needs
Safety needs include stability and protection.

The Jews were not safe in Europe.
They had their homes taken from them and were killed by the Nazis.
Biological Needs
Biological needs include food, water, oxygen, heat, a place to live and sleep.
The Jews were given places to sleep but, sometimes didn't have blankets.
While in the concentration camps, Jews weren't given enough food and water.
When the Jews were on train cars, they were packed together and didn't have enough air for all the people in the train.
Works Cited
McLeod, Saul."Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs."
.2007.Web.Dec.6,2013. http://www.simplypsychology.org/maslow.html

Wiesel, Elie.
.France:,Hill & Wang, 1960. Print.
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