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Nic Norton 10/31/17 Genie Case Study The story of Genie is a story like no other, and one can tell that from the very beginning. Not even diving into the meat of the story I see an ethical issue with the name of the story, by calling her a “wild child”. None of the issues that are in Genie’s life were her fault, and to call her a wild child is just simply not fair to her and her life. For the rest of her life she will be known as the “wild girl” or the “crazy girl”. Imagine if that was a person you loved, or yourself known as the “Wild child” it could possibly change some people’s minds about the title. But within the story their are tons ethical issues as in her parents tieing her up to a potty chair for 13 years of her life, and her life consisted of a small box in a room. That is a human life being treated as come creature or animal. And for this to go on for 13 years, that is unheard off. Just like Mr. Deitrick saying in class, what if our life’s were started when we were turning 14 and we did not know how the walk properly, or speak our
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