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HOLY SPIRIT ACADEMY OF IROSIN
Irosin, Sorsogon
SY 2010-2011

A Term Paper

(Justice: An Elusive Dream Underprivileged)

Ailyn C. Miranda
Grade 10- St. Arnold Janssen
S.Y.2010-2011
San Julian, Irosin, Sorsogon

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The researcher would like to extend her gratitude to the following persons who is behind the completion of this study.

To Ms Mariza Ariate, our subject teacher for teaching us how to make this research paper and who taught us how to use a correct usage of grammar in sentences;

To my friends for giving me a moral support and inspiring me to make this research paper a better one;

To my classmates for being always in my side and for giving me pieces of advice on how to make this project a better one and on how to answer the questions behind this study;

To my parents for supporting me financially in making this study and also for permitting me to use our computer after class hours for my study to be done;

Other people who is pushing me to continue doing this study and for helping me find resources that I will be needing in making this research paper;

And to the Almighty God, for his great help, without his help and guidance I can’t finished this study and I want to thank him for giving me a knowledge and wisdom in making this research paper. God thank you very much.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Acknowledgement---------------------------------------------------------------- i Introduction-------------------------------------------------------------------------- ii Statement of the Problem-------------------------------------------------------- iii Objectives---------------------------------------------------------------------------- iv Scope and Limitations------------------------------------------------------------ v Definition of Terms----------------------------------------------------------------- vi Discussion of the Problem-------------------------------------------------------- vii

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INTRODUCTION

The word “justice,” is a difficult word to define. Looking thru a number of definitions one can find the word “just” included to explain the word justice. Just means to be fair and ultimately we can say that justice has the characteristic to be fair or right.

STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

OBJECTIVES
* TO BE ABLE TO GIVE INFORMATION TO THOSE WHO NEEDS JUSTICE IN THEIR LIVES. * TO BE ABLE TO HELP THE PEOPLE TO BE FREE FROM SUCH INJUSTICES IN THE WORLD THAT PREVENTS US TO HAVE PEACE IN OUR COMMUNITY.. * TO BE ABLE TO DEFINE WHAT IS THE MEANING OF THE WORD JUSTICE.. * ON WHAT HINDERS JUSTICE TO BE SOLVED

* TO MAKE THEM REALIZE THAT DOING EVIL IS NOT A GOOD THING TO DO AND A PROBLEM CAN’T BE SOLVED BY ANOTHER PROBLEM BUT RATHER A PROBLEM CAN BE SOLVED BY A SOLUTION.

SCOPE AND LIMITATION

DEFINITION OF TERMS
Keeping this definition in mind while reading Agamemnon and The Libation Bearers one can see that the characters within both plays took justice into their own hands and believed that they were doing the “right” thing. Based on the ancient law of the Furies, they state that blood should be compensated for with blood and an unending cycle of calamity. Both plays depression carries a sense of looming doom and makes it clear that each character has a different view on the word, “justice.”  Agamemnon’s family is fueled by betrayal and revenge. The need for personal revenge seems silly in this community that continually kills one another for the sake of revenge, disguised as justice. One cannot build a community when the people of that community are taking matters into their own hands.

DISCUSSION

FINDINGS…LEARNINGS..DISCOVERIES

CONCLUSION

RECOMMENDATION

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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