Violence is a major issue in this movie as this is evident when the movie starts with a man being strangled by an agent of SPECRE. As the movie advances there are numerous episodes violence like explosions, shout outs and fist fights. Differential association is the type of violence that is portrayed in this movie.
The Differential Association theory asserts that criminal acts are learned behaviors. The SPECTRE is a criminal organization that plans to steal a Russian decoding device. This organization has trained assassins like Grant who is sent to kill James Bond as he is the one with this decoding device. This theory also asserts that criminal behavior is leaned through a process of communication. Member of this organization are well coordinated as they can carry out numerous tasks concurrently. This type of violence is evident in the film as the core part of learning of the criminal acts occurs within intimate person groups. The SPECTRE groups worked discretely. Differential Association theory stipulates that a person becomes delinquent due to different exposures of violence. This is evident in the movie when the agents in this organization mess up in the duties assigned to them and are eventually killed to prove to the other agents that this is serious matter.
The film, First blood is a movie acted by Sylvester Stallone in the year 1982. This movie is a Post Vietnam war thriller that shows the challenges that the Americans faced while attempting to reintegrate into the society. The protagonist portrays psychological difficulties after the Vietnam War. This is evident with his short fused temper that makes him get arrested. The Violent nature of Sylvester Stallone grows gradually as the movie progresses as a result of psychological torment that he experienced during the Vietnam War. Psychologically induced violence is evident in the movie First Blood.
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