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What are the factors that influence attitudes towards developmental changes?
Changes of behavior
Changes of behavior
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they weren't goona let them come into the region because they were slaves
people started to figure out slavery was not right
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.
Scout used to think that Aunt Alexandra was a snob who only cared about the family name, but as the story continues, Scout grows to appreciate Aunt Alexandra. After, hearing h…ow much Aunt Alexandra actually loves and cares fro Atticus, and how she was actually defending him, Scout begins to think that Aunty may not be as bad as she though!
After Bilbo drives away the giant spiders and saves the dwarves from being eaten, they view him with new found respect. He suddenly seems much more capable than they had imagi…ned - a view which he continues to nurture in their adventures ahead.
The Roman Empire could easily accomodate the then Christian God (Son of God) because it could directly be compared to one of their own gods. Christianity grew stronger and soo…n it became clear that there wasn't room for other inferior gods. The other Roman gods received less and less attention when people realised that they only needed one. The Roman attitude towards Christianity drastically changed when a Roman Empiror converted to Christianity.
AppearanceChanges of behaviorCultural StereotypesCultural ValuesRole ChangesPersonal Experiences
Juliet no longer trusts her after she turns against Romeo. She completely removes the nurse from anything that was happening between her and Romeo.
age,gender.physical condition. environment variables, pre-juidice,discrimination
Peeta is acting to nice and is acting suspicious.
They wanted it abolished.
LOL do you have Mr. Gund? -wow is that seriously the best answer you have? I assume you do have Mr. Gund (as do I haha) ANSWER: when the narrator becomes more and more angry e…motionally he also becomes more angry with the raven.
Factors that influence attitude towards sexes
At first, Katniss hates having to verse Peeta in the Hunger Games, because she can "never stop owing him". When she was starving a long time ago, he threw her bread meant for …the pigs. When this happened, his furious mother beat him. She sees him as the "boy with the bread", the dandelion, the symbol of hope and rebirth instead of destruction. Throughout the whole series, her attitude changes. When Peeta announces his love for her publicly at the interview, Katniss has no choice but to play "star-crossed lovers" in the arena to win over the audience. They kiss many times, but there was one time when Katniss feels something stir in her, possibly love. She feels that love again for Peeta in the second and third books, and eventually it develops into a relationship. At the end of the series, she realizes that it is not Gale she needs, powered by fiery rage, but the hope, the boy with the bread, Peeta. They get married and have two children.
why has the world changed its attitude toward china....
In The Odyssey
because he is cursed by the gods
Like his father Jem is compassionate and an advocate for the underdog. He does not see Boo as a maniac but rather a kind person who has been shunned by society from vicious go…ssip. He begins to see Boo differently with the objects left in the tree, the mending of his ripped pants, and the blanket secretly placed around Scout's shoulders.