The Bluest Eye outline copy

The Bluest Eye outline copy - Thesis: The absence of love,...

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Thesis: The absence of love, acceptance, and a clear sense of identity stems to a large extent from cruelty and indifference, and often leads the recipients of the treatment to resentment, and psychological dysfunction. Claudia differs from Pecola in that her social construct, of a strong, loving, and accepting family, spared her from having to build an artificial construct of blue eyes, or physical beauty leading to love and acceptance. Intro – When society fails to control its fear, and its members’ proclivities for rejecting anyone not like themselves, individuals suffer, and more often than not, society suffers. Outline: Intro 1. Using Children a. Adults have their own standards b. Children and more reflective of reality c. More direct and honest feedback of what they see 2. How love, identity, and beauty connect a. Sides of a triangle of harmony b. Social interaction c. Psychological functioning 3. Difficulty faced by African Americans a. View of Other b. indifference c. White supremacy 4. Family structure a. Social construct b. Safety and source of comfort c. Maslow and others 5. Societal Views
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