1) Please offer some general thoughts and/or personal opinions on the film. Is this something worth viewing and sharing with others? Did Katz miss the mark? If so, how?
2) When Katz refers to root causes, he is talking about the social construction of masculinity. He suggests we that we "make it visible" with social problems related to violence, including rape, murder, bullying, and domestic violence. The "it" is the problem of masculinity and how it goes unexamined when discussing violence in society.
Assuming this is the case, identify 1 social policy or program (e.g., with schools, with media regulation, with prisons or the military,) that might help with the problem. Explain the policy or program in a few sentences. How does your policy or program work to shift our social construction of masculinity and work to reduce violence in society?
*Watch the "Tough Guise 2" film and I don't have the link for that. You have to watch this movie in order to answer this question.
1. Tough Guise 2 stands to endow a new generation of young people to encounter the allegory that being a real man denotes driving a deceitful front and appealing in violent and self-destructive conduct. Katz did not miss the mark because the revolutionary anti-violence educationalist and social philosopher contend that the continuing pandemic of men's violence in the United States is embedded in our incapacity as a community to move beyond obsolete principles of patriarchy.
2. The association between virile culture and violent action. In early infancy, violence and aggressiveness are employed to express feelings and suffering. Over time, violence in men changes to emphasizing control over another, mainly when manhood is susceptible. During the 1960s and 1970s, the body of action men and combatants were much more wilting than now. Even in the pop ethos, men were depicted as optimistic and enlightened. The violence in manhood within all the examples we see in films, video games, and day-to-day life support Katz's position and demonstrates that what he's talking about is sound and practical.