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Stop and frisk counterclaim or opposite view point?

Stop and frisk counterclaim or opposite view point? Topic: A dangerous situation essay help
July 17, 2019 / By Claramay
Question: I need help writing a paragraph about stop and frisk counterclaim or opposite view point @charlie its an essay and last papargraph and i would have if i know what to do (which i dont)
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Basemath Basemath | 8 days ago
I would start by reading these: http://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/... (the most important word be unreasonable) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reasonable_... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terry_v._Oh... ... "Police argue that they require a certain flexibility in dealing with quickly evolving and potentially dangerous situations that arise during routine patrol of the streets"....
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Basemath Originally Answered: How does Point of view shape the readers view towards various themes in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird?
It is interisting that you ask this... I'm doing an essay on this very topic. So, when reading to kill a mocking bird, (I'm not going to give specific names because I don't want you to be FULLY cheating:) the point of veiw is very important because of the level of knowlege the narratior has towards the racism issue that was so utterly present back them. If you were to read the book in the point of veiw of someone who was racist, all you would get of the story is, "those boys desevered everything they got!!! Those nasty blacks!!!". Whereas if you were reading it from the point of veiw of a black child, they might say, "those racist men are liars!!". Which is not entirly a lie. The south didn't want to see the truth and that is why those kids were so torminted and made fun of. Their father was supporting a case for black men, and even though they were innocent, he and his family was still made fun of because of it. I hope I helped!!
Basemath Originally Answered: How does Point of view shape the readers view towards various themes in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird?
I think it was made very obvious with Boo coming to the girl's rescue, as well as the outcome of the court case. The main theme seems to be, don't be too quick to judge other people. Oh, and also in the girl finding out that Atticus was the best shot around. Don't remember the girl's name, it's been about 30 years since I read the book. So I think I am doing darned well, thank you. But these are just my opinions, your actual mileage may vary. Also, if you liked that book you must read Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry. I really liked Mockingbird but Roll of Thunder is ten times better, in my opinion.
Basemath Originally Answered: How does Point of view shape the readers view towards various themes in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird?
For the most part, Scout recounts the events from her childhood perspective, as she understood them at the time, rather than imposing an adult commentary. This makes the narrative perspective a naïve one: often we get descriptions of events just as she experiences them, without commentary on what they mean, or a commentary that is humorously innocent. From Shmoop

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Well Henry how about you spend 5 minutes actually writing SOMETHING and then we can help you finish it. I mean it is YOUR homewwork right?
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Adelia Originally Answered: First and third point of view?
1st person point of view is purposely telling people how the character is perceiving everything around him. Although it "tells", the audience/readers will be able to internalize the character - a.k.a. stepping into their shoes. 3rd person point of view generally needs to show because you can't tell - unless there is an in-book narrator. You show because you want to create the feeling of distance between the character and your reader.
Adelia Originally Answered: First and third point of view?
It depends on who the author is. If he's good, then no matter what POV he writes in, he'll be able to show. I don't think it matter with POV. I mean, first person can sound childish if it's a child or young person narrating. Again, it's the author's abilities that dictates whether or not the actual book will be good. Suggested category: Maybe it's because the first thing Y!A noticed was "first" and "third" and you didn't put "person". Y!A suggestions are always stupid, though.

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