The Hunger Games was in stores in 2012 and was designed for a trilogy. Since then, it has become a big reference of entertainment within our families. Presented in a delightful world and it has caught some interest or imagery and helped a huge favorite of the book for other people. In this case, the movie will transform into a story with a changing problem with a lot of survival, some love, tons of combat and much more. Most films will take a closer look, The Hunger Games gives multiple patterns and themes. If one observes with an informed and critical eye, issues that are presented in the film are revealed. From this, one can draw conclusions based on the way in which characters are designed. The setting is presented, and events unfold as the plot thickens.
As I watched this film, I took note of four particular sociological themes that consistently presented themselves throughout some events like race, class inequality, and class structure.
The predictions for some behavior and attitudes that the culture defines reasonable for men and women are in some ways reinforced and in other ways challenged in this film. The first glimpse we get of a gender role being upheld is when Katniss interacts with her younger sister, Primrose. As most women in American society is expected to be, Katniss is nurturing toward Primrose by comforting her on The Reaping Day and giving her a mockingjay pin that represents a promise of protection to her. On the flip side of this, Katniss is also presented as a pillar of strength and courage.
Dystopian has sealed a place in the genre among adult readers. The book is growing in popularity and also diversity. Some of this literature is a big trend that will take the nation. The genre has achieved a very strong background from academics and also authors. Readers after the author has become a big thing for dystopian literature. But, this popularity among people will ask the question.. what exactly makes this genre so appealing to readers? This will affect the problems in the genre and how they reflect the real world. Surveillance, and lack of freedom are all issues of adolescent life that teens deal with everyday.
Some problems that are well known in literature has a big issue of the real world. To fully explain how dystopian shows the real world, one must understand what a dystopia is A imagined universe in which positive control and some illusion of a great society are helped through corporate, technological, moral, or totalitarian control. Despite this kind of literature and making the conditions of the world and mixing them into extremes, this shows and presents in societies are still applicable to real-life society.
What causes a nation to become corrupt and evil. In her novel, Suzanne Collins portrays a country called Panem, through the eyes and voice of 16 year-old Katniss Everdeen. Through the course of this literary work, readers are shown a society that seems to have reached a pinnacle of cruelty and greed. Panem is characterized by a government that does not honor God and His laws. Similar to God’s absence in Panem, the United States as a culture has purposefully and forcefully attempted to remove God from a place of preeminence.
So then the United Nations, nearly a quarter of children under the age of five should be expected to remain underweight in two thousand and fifteen. The World Health Organization has reported big problems of hunger and related malnutrition as the greatest single threat to the world’s public health. Improving nutrition is widely regarded as the most effective form of aid. Nutrition-specific interventions, which address the immediate causes of under nutrition, have been proven to deliver among the best value for money of all development interventions. In Africa, rates have been increasing for malnourished people. For hundreds of millions of people, starvation is a daily threat. In the poor nations of Africa, Asia, Latin America, billions of hungry people face starvation. It begins with an ache in your stomach that eventually weakens your heart and stops beating. Today about five billion of the world’s five point nine billion live in poor nations.
Some books are related to the same trilogy and could have the same genre. While this could become largely to the world cause of elements of the story, success can also be increased from the similarly of themes mentioned in the story. So, The Hunger Games, shows social-class divisions, outstanding beauty standards and ideas of what is considered excellent in the movie. In the book, some districts are split based on the good or bad that they provide for the capitol. The important thing is to show that a good District explains the problems and how far or how close it could be to the Capitol balances the quality of life in that District and the how rich it’s population is. Although the it likes to push that all the places are balanced, the social-class divisions have examples why it is too glaring to gloss over.
The Hunger Games that follows, the term that defines a excellent type of fiction. One main belief that defines Dystopian society is the development into a hierarchical society. A hierarchical society plays a big part in the story that outline the whole plot. For example, Capitol is wealthier than all the districts. Some districts are more privileged than other districts.
The contest within The Hunger Games is rooted deep in the film’s backstory which is the nation of Panem was rocked by a civil war. 12 oppressed Districts rose up against an oppressive Capitol, also the final result of the civil war was a Capitol victory. In response to the rebellion of its outer provinces, the government also had a decreed of the creation of the Hunger Games, in which each District would send one boy and one girl between the ages of 12 and 18 to fight in a battle to the death.
In The Hunger Games, themes such as social class divisions, beauty standards, and ideas of entertainment are all present in today’s society, and this relatability is part of what makes the book series so successful. Perhaps this is where the allure of dystopian literature stems from, people can see reflections of their own lives in stories including the hunger games. The connections that can be drawn from the story to the real world allow people to better understand the world they live in and how to keep it a better place than the broken, dysfunctional world they dove into.