Is it better to conform or rebel against society’s expectations for normalcy?
Does the media have a responsibility to break down and change social norms if it would benefit society?
How can our society resist the drive to categorize people, as normal, abnormal, or otherwise?
What is the influence of disability on the distribution of privilege, status, and power?
What is the dominant conception of normalcy in American society today?
How to our cultural norms impact alterabled Americans?
Who is the normative American citizen and what societal examples demonstrate this unstated ideal of American identity?
What unstated cultural norms dominate American culture?
To what extent does American culture alienate and/or celebrate those who do not conform to norms?
Are norms more helpful or more harmful in building "associative" community for all Americans?
What do Americans’ norms reveal about our values?
What should we do to change our perceptions of normalcy to create a more inclusive and accepting culture?
How are our cultural norms most widely disseminated and/or most powerfully enforced in American society?
How do the currently popular conceptions of beauty and/or fitness norms and/or our cultural preoccupation with body image ideals impact those with physical disabilities?
Does enforcement of the American Disabilities Act adequately enable inclusion in “associative” communities, or just access to “accumulative” communities?
To what extent is the American Disabilities Act a genuinely effective at including people of varying abilities?
How can the ADA (American Disabilities Act) be improved to become more equitable for employees and employers alike?
How does discrimination still impact Americans with disabilities, despite the ADA (American Disabilities Act)?
Does the ADA do enough to compensate businesses for hiring "disabled" employees in order to adequately incentivize equal opportunity for alterabled candidates?
What responsibilities do employers have to their employees with disabilities?
Is current legislation adequate to protect the rights of alterabled Americans?
What else could be done to reduce discrimination/exclusion against those with disabilities in American culture?
How could alterability be normalized in American culture?
Is American culture doing enough to foster equality for alterabled citizens?
Is the definition of disability applied by the ADA fair and/or accurate?
To what extent is labeling someone with a disability helpful and/or harmful?
Will the enforcement of universal design benefit society as a whole?
What more should businesses be required to do to accommodate those with disabilities?
Do fantasy worlds help people with disabilities cope with the real world or do they primarily encourage avoidance and/or separatism?
Does the University of Oregon have adequate accommodations for those with disabilities?
Why do advertisements push for conformity, yet consumers explain to have a desire to be different?
How does the idea of "normalcy" shape American identity and what is the underlying hypocrisy?
How has society portrayed disabled people as against the norm?
How can we resist stereotyping alterabled people as weak or less capable?
How does our entertainment, such as films and literature, shape perceptions of normalcy and disability?
How does having a disability impact one’s masculinity?
How do we see people with disabilities differently?
Is It Better To Conform Or Rebel Against Society’s Expectations For Normalcy
Length: 3 pages (1007 Words)
The society is composed of communities of an extensive network of people living together is an organized institution that dictates how people should and co-exist and treat one another. The people make joint decisions in many aspects and share the responsibilities, which make it necessary for individuals to become part of the decision-making process and contribute to the execution of normalcy. The state of being normal means people act in a way that is sensible according to prevailing rules and regulations and what society expects them to do. This paper discusses the contentious issue on whether people should live according to the society’s expectations or live contrary to it, and if this depends on the personal perception of the world. Moreover, the society's expectations dictate Individual's life decisions and the ways of living, behavior, and association groups. Another discussion is about the reasons for the better conformity to the society’s expectations perceived as normal.
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