The Lord Of The Flies

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Lord of the Flies
In a life or death situation, desperate people resort to drastic measures. Some people were taught how to survive in brutal situations while others were never taught how to hunt if they were lost in the forest. In this life it’s either we know how to survive in a life or death situation or we learn as we go and do everything possible to stay alive. It is normal for people to experience immoral behavior due to the environment they are in and there is not much that can be done. I believe the cause of the boys’ immoral behavior came from the environment they were in, but I also believe that it could’ve been caused by emotional development. I will argue that one is more important than the other. The environment that the boys are in is life threatening and they realize that their lives are endangered so they go mad and do everything possible to survive. I will argue that the boys’ immoral behavior had little to do with brain development as well.
There are two ways in raising a child, either the parents teach them how to be responsible for themselves or they spoil them until they become independent young adults. Children are like sponges; they absorb every bit of information that is either shown to them on TV or if it is information that is said in front of them. Children are like tape recorders as well, they repeat everything they hear or see. If children are born into an environment where they learn to be clean up after themselves and learn to be responsible,…

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