Conflict is the true test of an individual’s internal strength and understanding, encountering conflict can evoke an individual to reassess their values, morals and beliefs’, staying true is the best way to deal with the animosity. It is through this that social order can deteriorate into conflict and anarchy with disturbing ease; it is a fear of difference and is not always easy to distinguish the innocent from the guilty in contesting situations.
Conflict can be the struggle between the protagonists or antagonists against nature, contradictory emotions or opposing forces, manipulating an individual to fulfill the desire of one’s unmeasured flame. Applying a prevailing and emphatic depth into the concept of internal and external conflict, the texts Othello composed by Shakespeare and 1984 devised by George Orwell, attracts the audience to see, feel and experience the compelling turmoil’s that erupt.
The consequences of racial discrimination, the contrasting of a democracy and a totalitarian society, reality and derealisation, along with the animosity and momentum to seek revenge and justice, to enhance the audiences understanding and interpretation of these conflicts. Jealously is the obsession and anxiety, the arena possed into a phantasm of internal conflicts, a web of a world dictated by negative emotions, insecurities and fears, infecting an epidemic upon a victim’s identity and true morals to deal with a repugnant conflict.
Shakespeare evokes the delusion of jealously through the luminary Othello, over the anticipated phantasm of Desdemona’s and Cassio’s infidelity. The shrewd Iago develops an art work of conflict to erupt, this is highlighted within, “O, beware, my lord, of jealousy! It is the green-eyed monster, which doth mock the meat it feeds on. ” The prime instigator of conflict is internal insecurity and fear, the obsession of jealously corrupts Othello’s psychological sanity.
The symbolism represents Othello’s dismal interior emotions, a spector lurking within his mind and soul, manipulating this victim’s true values and morals. Iago’s speech is deeply ironic, highlighting Othello’s aberrations, the root to this tragedy, to further mislead this luminary. The responder identifies that Othello is eminently insecure about his personal qualities and marriage, the ambiguity becomes delirium as the psychological dismay consumes within this victim, prompting an epileptic fit to materialize. The jealously appears to be a tiger that tears not only its prey but also its own raging heart.
The capacity to formulate judgements is elusive, which provoked the death of Iago, Emilia, Desdemona and Othello, it is not love that is blind, but jealously, it is the internal conflict that engulfs and tears away Othello’s human sole. The conflict strikes the audiences sense of the human condition. The corruptive nature of jealously exposes Othello’s true internal weakness to deal with conflict, this is embroiled among Winston Smith as he struggles with the internal battle to differentiate between reality and derealisation in the perception of the totalitarian society which consumes this victim.
The tragedy can be interpreted as the viewer being forced to confront its own human frailty in witnessing the event of the play. The internal conflict of jealously is irrational and requires non substantial evidence to trigger it, but is an aspect of being human, conveying that the greater the love the greater the potential for jealously to erupt, evoking a manipulation upon ones values, morals and beliefs. Often the most arduous, tantalizing and engaging cases concerning what we are conscious of and the nature of the conscious subject are those connected to the sense of memory and reality.
George Orwell immerses and identifies the mutability of the reality, derealisation and the existence of fact through memory to communicate the interior psychological conflict; an individual is confronted with when this fundamental human possession is manipulated to formulate a phantasm and distorted truth. “We shall squeeze you empty and then fill you with ourselves” “It is impossible to see reality except by looking through the eyes of the Party” There are no rules or regulations for who will survive conflict and who will be destroyed from its force.
The sensory details of touch and sight enhances the emotion that Big Brothers controlling government manipulates all internal aspects of an individual. The present reality will be conformed through the party’s laws, traditions and ideology’s, distorting the truth and all the authenticity divulged within life. The audience conveys that as derealisation enhances the alteration in the perception or experience of the external world appears to be eccentric and unreal; the environment resembles an absence of spontaneity, emotional colouring and depth, contrasting to the authenticity of reality.
The psychological connections between Winston Smith and Othello are formulated through the internal battle to stay true to core values, morals and beliefs when dealing with the animosity. The conflict of the party being enabled to control and manipulate the encounters of the past, formulating an altered present truth while subduing the minds of innocent humans erupts. The internal strength and understanding of Winston Smith becomes embroiled and absorbed through the power and manipulating force of the party’s propaganda.
Racial superiority is mere pigments of the imagination that infiltrates individuals by devaluing their identity and secluding there embodiment from society. Within the play Othello an eminence is conveyed that the concept of nationality is acquired to segregate and promote conflict in relation to the context, among the individual by evoking attention to insignificant differences of skin tone. Even now, now, very now, an old black ram is tupping your white ewe” “Moor” The racial conflict and connotations associates Othello with a Barbary hose through animal imagery, degrading this victim to the level of a repulsive, squalid animal, demoting the status, dignity, value and rank of this individual. The racist’s remarks and attitudes induces Othello to be deceived of Iago’s poignant intentions. The symbolism exposes society’s perspective of a black man, signifying the term “moor” repeatedly to express the racist attitudes of the Elizabethan era.
The responder interprets that although a powerful man in the political context, race compels this victim to be perceived as inferior in a white man’s society. Iago is able to trick and manipulate Othello at a consistent basis due to the environment that he is exposed amongst. It can be perceived within Othello and 1984, social order can deteriorate into anarchy with disturbing ease, when an individual is unable to differentiate between the innocent from the guilty in situations of conflict.
The internal insecurities and vulnerabilities seduced this dictator, engulfed by an inner weakness; the audience is enabled to associate the conflict of racism within society along with the psychosocial damage it can generate. Racial conflict, however subtle, is never harmless, it can and does have tragic consequences. George Orwell exposes the dominant expression that a totalitarian society controlled by a political agenda forces a conflict and manipulation upon the past, present and the future, forcing the social order of the totalitarian agenda to deteriorate with disturbing ease. Big brother is watching you”“Who controls the past controls the future, who controls the present controls the past” This formulates a menacing feeling of an evil or repulsive environment through the sensory detail. This is repeated, reinforced and identified among the character Winston Smith, concurring his psychological battle to deal with the continuous strains and ambition to freedom, independence and democracy, along the manipulation upon the past, present and future that erupts within the contesting society.
The responder identifies the potent conflict within the context as the dominate authority masks the truth that the historical records and print media, is being endlessly fabricated and tailored to conform to the government’s current position, further enhancing the Party’s power over the people. The abolition of interpersonal relationships, the destruction and subverting of families, and the removal of all endearing emotions, feelings of dissent and dissatisfaction creates widespread insecurity and vacillation, which the Party exploits to nurture a mutual emotional attachment to Big Brother.
As a consequence the social order becomes distorted into a phantasm of a manipulated authenticity. Represented through the conflict within the context, the dictating Big Brother within nineteen eighty four, along with racial discrimination in Othello withholds congruent similarities, while the individuals Othello and Winston Smith concord the inner emotion to challenge the superior, fighting the right for freedom and salvation, in order to prevent the social order from deteriorating.
George Orwell demonstrates and indicates the different ways in which the party obtains and maintains power in Oceania to create corruptive conflicts and consequences within society. Manipulating individuals to perceive the perspective that the party is innocent when masked behind a guilty soul, to immerse individuals such as Winston Smith into a world of oppression, injustice and persecution. Life is rarely without conflict, it is an unavoidable part of being human, there are no rules for who will survive and who will be destroyed by its force, however staying true to core values is the best way to deal with its corruptive nature.
Through the texts Othello and 1984, conflict is exercised amongst an individual’s internal strength and understanding and as a consequence of the animosity, the social order can deteriorate with disturbing ease, as for it is not always easy to distinguish the innocent from the guilty in situations of conflict. These composers have illustrated and reinforced the resonate component of conflict, to enhance the audiences perception and contemplate what it is to be human and experience this vehement emotion. By Emma Brookes
Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words each:
1.How do you determine if the technology implemented was a success? Provide examples and reference.
2.How about customer surveys? As a primary stakeholder, even external stakeholders, can provide valuable system assessments. Have you provided any survey results grading an application or website flow?Thoughts?
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As a health care manager there are multiple ways to determine if the technology you have implemented was a success. I personally think that measurable success is the best way to determine if something has worked or benefitted the clinic. In my clinic we updated our version of EPIC we use to include the ability to event track patients. This improvement was made to help reduce “wasted time” trying to find patients between their different appointments. An example of this is a patient being tracked to Ultrasound then tracked to the waiting room when they’re done thus signaling us that the patient is now ready for their OB appointment as well as where we can find them. We were able to measure the success of this by measuring the amount of time patients spent in clinic and comparing it to their scheduled appointment times. After implementing event tracking, we were able to reduce cycle time of patient appointments by 26%. This implementation also helped to shine light on other issues like certain appointment types routinely running longer than allotted thus steering us to adjust provider templates and appointment lengths for that visit type. An example of this is changing consult visits from 20 minutes to 40 minutes. This helped providers to run on time which improved our patient satisfaction scores.