great Analysis:social contract in fiction

(MY  tv movie is the Wizard of Oz)

the concept of the social contract (the agreement between a given group of people about how they will function in relation to one another). Although most works of fiction don’t explicitly mention a social contract, most of them do include some form of one. Think about the social contract as it’s expressed in the world of the TV show Friends: A bunch of self-interested people find happiness through working as a team. Or the social contract as it’s expressed in the more recent Breaking Bad: A lone wolf preys on a society that has failed him morally and financially. Each of these works of fiction expresses a world view in terms of how people are (or are not) responsible for one another.

the concept of the social contract (the agreement between a given group of people about how they will function in relation to one another). Although most works of fiction don’t explicitly mention a social contract, most of them do include some form of one. Think about the social contract as it’s expressed in the world of the TV show Friends: A bunch of self-interested people find happiness through working as a team. Or the social contract as it’s expressed in the more recent Breaking Bad: A lone wolf preys on a society that has failed him morally and financially. Each of these works of fiction expresses a world view in terms of how people are (or are not) responsible for one another.

should have an introduction with a clear thesis that leaves no mystery about what you will put forth; body paragraphs that are ordered and connected to support the thesis; and a conclusion which reflects on your findings. You should assume that your reader has a passing knowledge of your favorite piece of fiction, but you should briefly explain things like character (who’s important and why), setting (time and place), and conflict (the reason people are interacting as they are) so that there are no unsupported leaps in logic. You should use examples as you need them to illuminate your assertions. You can find these examples in the fiction itself, for example, paraphrasing the climax of a novel or quoting important dialogue from a movie.

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