CheckPoint Deviant Behavior In Japan it is considered rude and disrespectful to look someone in the

CheckPoint Deviant Behavior In Japan it is considered rude and disrespectful to look someone in the

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In Japan it is considered rude and disrespectful to look someone in the eye when talking to their elders, the Japanese take that as a challenge or disrespectful. In other societies it is considered polite or normal to look someone in the eye young or old when talking. A woman showing any skin other than her forehead, eyes, or hands is considered deviant In Saudi Arabia. To them it show disrespect towards men and considers woman that don’t abide by this as impure and easy for sexual encounters. Women are treated like slaves and treated worse than animals. If a man with higher power or any man at all is found to be guilty of rape, the man is rarely punished. The women are always punished for every little thing like showing too much skin to wanting a divorce. It is handed down by some form of torture, usually by stoning her to death. A capitalist oriented system is directed towards the powerfully wealthy and is against the weak and poor. The lower class have less opportunities and are set up to fail based on the to growth of the powerful
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Unformatted text preview: and laws are in place to protect the interests of the privileged against the interests of those who are poor. The system is set up to help the wealthy from hiring the best lawyers to having the pleasure of posting bail that might be an un Godley amount. In our society today it seems like rights and privileges exist only for the benefits of the powerful and rich. Sometimes though life can be just to all regardless of their status because no man is above the law sooner or later your going to have to pay for your actions. However, the deviant behaviors of the powerful is generally considered to be their prerogative and would normally be ignored by society, their transgressions are passed off as if they were untouchable because they make the laws. Well, here in America, the rich/famous/powerful all can afford to get out of any trouble. Money seems to get people out of most any situation that can come up in any persons life....
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2011 for the course HUM/111 111 taught by Professor Marilyntrollope during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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