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Changes of behavior
Changes of behavior
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The attitudes of war changed because news of the failures and horrors spread to Britain. People then started hearing about all the deaths and horrors and were shocked. Despite… this people still wrote patriotic poems and songs and still thought that you should go to war and die for your country. Peoples attitudes mainly changed because of war poems which told of the horrors and destruction. Many of the people that died were then none as the lost generation because they were mostly young men. (Conor Ross's group)
Attitudes towards Prohibition did change at the start of the period of Prohibition many people were positive towards the idea of Prohibition with them believing that it would …lead to a "Purer" American society however by the end of the Prohibition era most people wanted the law to be abolished with most believing that it had been a failure which had encouraged ordinary American citizens to become criminals So overall attitudes towards the idea of probhition did change from the period of 1915-33
Initially Ralph viewed Piggy as an uninvited and unwanted intrusion on his pleasure at finding himself on a tropical island. Ralph walked off when Piggy was forced to asnwer a… call of nature, he didn't wait for the fat boy. Ralph didn't ask Piggy what his name was, probably because he wasn't in the slightest bit interested. Ralph probably felt that he had nothing in common with a fat asthmatic boy who wore a greasy wind-breaker, dropped letters from his words and who didn't know how to swim. Gradually however Ralph's attitude to Piggy began to change. When Ralph found the conch in the lagoon it was Piggy who identified it and told him that it could be blown. Piggy also suggested calling the rest of the boys on the island. Over the course of the book Piggy was constantly on hand to remind Ralph, when he lost track of what he was saying probably due to Petit Mal epilsepsy. Piggy was the voice of reason who suggested lighting a signal fire on the beach when it seemed that the beast was preventing the boys from relighting the fire on the mountain. Slowly Ralph's attitude changed from indifference, through a period where he simply made use of Piggy's abilities, to companionship and finally to the realisation that Piggy had been his friend.
China's attitude toward entrepreneurship is now much more positive than it was in the past.
Whaling is not a sport and should not be taken as one. It is very cruel and inhumane.
Time heals all wounds
I think Americans are open to change and are very much receptive to it. They adopt with the change very well, the reason why they are now holds the position of supreme power a…mong the nations of the world.
they weren't goona let them come into the region because they were slaves
AppearanceChanges of behaviorCultural StereotypesCultural ValuesRole ChangesPersonal Experiences
attitudes have changed towards relationships because people have gone from sad and lonely to happy and not lonely
Factors that influence attitude towards sexes
Really need more information to supply a specific answer. How has her attitude changed ~~ for the good? or bad? I'll assume it's bad simply because you asked the question. Som…e of the biggest reasons would be: she's found someone more interesting; your attitude towards her and/or ur relationship has eroded to the point she's negatively affected. If You care about this relationship U need to sit down an have a face to face ASAP
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It most likely changed because of many past actors getting their hopes and dreams up, basically engraving them, into their career. Some of them probably did because they moved… up from small, extra parts in infomercials, to slightly bigger parts, like supporting roles in unpopular movies. The attitude towards them most likely changed also because many of them do REALLY stupid stuff(if you look up Richard Pryor, and cocaine, you'll know what I'm talking about).