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    The denotation of the term hatred is intense dislike or ill will (Oxford). Commonly, the word is used to describe a dislike for an object or place. But, often times, it is used as an emotion or feeling. Therefore, it is often misunderstood that individuals simply "do not care for" or "like" whoever is receiving the punishment. On the contrary, when discussing the term as a feeling, hatred is a secondary emotion closely related to love or admiration. While they seem to be opposites, the extreme emotions

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    Hatred seemingly defined in many ways; some use the word hate to explain their distaste for food or something happening in the world while others, merely unable to control their inner emotions act out in heinous fashion. Ultimately arising from fear or misunderstanding hatred left unchecked, unfortunately, becomes a crippling emotion. Often paralyzed by their fear, people find it necessary to rally others to take up their cause of hate. Consequently, our world is laden with discrimination, like a

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    Hatred is an extremely strong idea, it is the basis of all terrorism, war, and abuse. Hatred is obviously harmful in many ways; although, there are a multitude of things that can contradict the ideas and the acts of hatred. These dangerous ideas that are embedded in so many people's minds is why Amber Wielinski now tries to surround herself with love and things that are more powerful than hatred. Her traumatic experience with emotional abuse and depression revealed to her the importance of sharing

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    Samantha Fox English 010 Rhetorical Analysis There comes a time in everyones life when they come to hate or sometimes even learn to hate a particular person or thing. Whether it be that boy or girl in high school that was better in sports, or the boy who started dating the girl you were planning on asking to prom, to the person who got the promotion at work over you. If we all took the time to think back I am sure we can all recall a time where we despised a situation or an individual. Take for

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    Hatred and Wealth Many readers of “The Song of Roland” find that the hatred and belittling of Roland and Ganelon is very evident but is not really explained why they hate each other. It is easily seen they have a relationship as step-father and step-son that can be quite full of altercations in most cases yet, Roland is still not letting friends such as Oliver talk about Ganelon even when they have noticed being set up for death. The scholar T. Atkinson Jenkins has looked into reasons for the hatred

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    of the ways people interact with the tossed salad that is America. Antisemitism in United States is on a decline because other groups are being used as scapegoats instead, Jews are not seen to pose a threat, a strong Holocaust remembrance, and the hatred of African Americans continues to be the predominate form of hate in the American context. The FBI website lays out the numbers. The site has hate crime statistics up to 2014. In 2014 there were 609 anti- Jewish biased hate incidents compared to

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    Rhetorical Analysis: James Baldwin’s Notes of a Native Son In “Notes of a Native Son” by James Baldwin, Baldwin feelings towards his father are unflinchingly honest, therefore conveying the love and hatred he has towards him. His views towards his father are unkind, but demonstrate the extent in which he took to understand him. Once Baldwin begins to understand his father, he begins to develop the bitterness that his father once had. Through this bitterness, Baldwin begins to regret that he hadn't

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    A critical analysis of Why We Hate: Understanding, Curbing, and Eliminating Hate in Ourselves and Our World By: Rush W. Dozier, Jr. In the world today, young teenagers are bringing guns to school, people are flying airplanes into buildings, and riots are erupting in the city streets. Frighteningly enough, these actions find their origins deep within the regions of the human mind, the amygdala (Dozier, 2002, p.5). When this part of the body perceives a particular object as a threat to its survival

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    Since the September 11th, 2001, America, as a whole, has only become more Islamophobic, due to media, politics, and negative stereotypes. This affects not only Muslims but all Americans in a bad way. The hatred leads them to discrimination, harassment, vandalism, arson, and violence. The word Islamophobia means the intense dislike and fear of Islam. It’s a collective social anxiety that resulted in hostility and prejudice towards Islam, Muslims, and people of Arabian descent. This leads to Americans

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    since she basically decided to side with Claudius and Polonius. The way in which Hamlet treats Gertrude and Ophelia doesn’t seem to be a part of the misogyny in the culture. Hamlet does seem to possess a great hatred for women, especially the women in his close circle of peers. The hatred he has for women is strong and visible to readers. The way Hamlet treats Gertrude is completely just. Hamlet feels his mother has betrayed him because she married his father’s murderer shortly after his father

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    Ever hear of the saying opposites attract? Well in the novel 1984 it seems like opposites really do attract. Winston and Julia have almost nothing in common except for their hatred for the Party. There are many differences between Julia and Winston such as their view of the Party, the way they resist and rebel, and their characteristics. The first of many things that Julia and Winston don’t have in common are their characteristics. Both Winston and Julia have a contradicting physical appearance

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    that, I would consider myself lucky. I know better now”’ (Hinton 36). In this novel, The Outsiders, written by S.E Hinton, a rivalry is occurring between two social gangs, the greasers and the socs. Because of this rivalry, each side develops a deep hatred for the other since they don’t understand each other. As humans, we have a tendency to dehumanize people that are different from us, but instead, we should come together and realize we are all more similar that we think. Three characters that exemplify

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    can do that” Martin Luther King Jr. spoke these words and have has had an impact on me for my entire life. How I interpret this quote is when we see hate crimes occur throughout the world we should fight hate with love and not retaliate with more hatred. When a hate crime occurs it not only has an impact on the people involved with the incident but, it effects society. Hate crimes can develop a fear among people and a paranoia towards groups of people. Hate crimes create negative feelings toward

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    and portrayed by these emotions. In Act One Scene One, the strong emotion of hatred emerges. Shakespeare introduces the emotion of hatred before love because it lays a foundation and also established the feud between the two houses, so we can understand how hard Romeo’s love for Juliet is later on in the play.

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    Speech On Power Of Hate

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    faculties, mom, and dad. It’s my honor to stand here and deliver the last speech of this semester. I hate to say this, but to be honest I hate to be forced to stand here on the podium. I hate to be the center of all attention and speak about the topic of hatred. I hate to bring negative emotions to my audiences and ruin their days by delivering my senior speech. I hate to be hateful, but hate attracts me for its tainted beauty and I am so obsessed with it that even if all people around me keep on telling

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    Within the next five years, two cases would gain media attention and spark activist movements across the nation that would lead to expansion of the existing hate crime laws. My recollection of these two cases is pretty vivid, although I was pretty young at the time; I was inquisitive in nature and tended to watch the evening news with my parents: June 7, 1998, 49 year old James Byrd Jr. was murdered in the most notorious and gruesome, stomach turning, hate crimes in recorded history. Late one

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    successfully lead any office. According to Machiavelli’s theory, in order to run a successful company, you must be able to control your people, while still, hopefully, getting them to like you. An important aspect of running a company is to avoid hatred. If you are hated, it is unlikely that you will get the respect that you deserve. Really the best way to go about gaining this respect is by obtaining popular support among your workers. While it is important not to alienate the higher ups, the groups

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    imposing his thoughts and experiences on him. Baldwin's depiction of his relationship with his father while he was alive is full of loathing and detest for him and his ideologies, but as he matures, he discovers his father in himself. His father's hatred in relation to the white American

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    fish and chips ‘Nonna (Katia) and I don't get on very well as you have probably worked out by now’, And in Chapter 3, Josie complains about how she hates going to her grandmothers every afternoon and Nonna complains that she’s untidy which shows the hatred that Josephine has for her grandmother (Nonna) also in Chapter 7, Where Josephine has to stay over at her grandmother’s house because her mother is leaving for the night and she has to sleep in the one bed which once again show that Josephine despises

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    own opinion. The play takes place in Laramie Wyoming, after the “hate crime” that left 21 year old Matthew Shepard fighting for his life that ended soon after all because the fact that he was gay. Hate is a feeling and hate crime is acting on that hatred, but what exactly is a “hate crime”? What makes it so different from any other crime? Isn't all crime hate crime? “People would like to think that what

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