Bowling for Columbine Essay | Essay

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Bowling for Columbine: Deviance and Norms in American Culture

Summary: Examines the Michael Moore documentary "Bowling for Columbine." Examines how Moore addresses the issues of gun control and deviance and social conformity.
Bowling for Columbine is a movie by Michael Moore that really addresses the issue of guns and gun control. It includes interviews and montages from both sides of the gun control issue. Through out the movie a bias begins to appear on the side for stricter gun control, but it seems like that was really the whole point of the movie. What this movie shows relating to sociology is the study of conformity, deviance and crime. And in the end you begin to come aware that almost everyone has a different view of values and norms. Also the movie talks about how the shooting at Columbine effected the perception of the media. Blame was put on bands with a subculture following, like Marilyn Manson, when blame should have been put on many other things like the government and family values. The last thing the movie addresses is the...

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