The human commination between 1984 and modern dayReading 211 final paper The human commination between 1984 and modern day
(1)The book 1984 by George Orwell, described that many people in 1984 lived without privacy in Oceania, such as the protagonist, Winston who was constantly watched by telescreen in his apartment. In the same way, people nowadays are also watched by surveillance cameras. In many cities, security measures, such as the use of video cameras in public places, are being increased in order to reduce crime, but some people believe that these measures limit their communication. I think surveillance cameras can make the city safer and we should have surveillance cameras in the public. (Theme) The reason surveillance cameras control some person in public because Chicago city wants to reduce the crime. For example, technology cameras help police the ability to scan the city and take proactive measure in real time. A criminal cannot do whatever they want in the street because their action is recorded in surveillance cameras. The surveillance cameras set up in street, train station (Smith, 148). On the other hand, Orwell talked about the telescreen was based on control people’s in side of the house. Each of party members party member has one in every room. (Orwell, 33) Syntheses: (Effect fact and good)
(3)Although, Surveillance cameras make people not feel well that being watched constantly is like in a jail. Surveillance cameras have several benefits. Most benefit is that the police can catch criminals earlier. City could reduce crime. This will make the streets safer for most people. Surveillance cameras in public places to search Surveillance cameras in public places can be used either to review footage and find information to help make an arrest or to detect and respond to crimes as they are occurring.
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