The movie Fifty Shades has drawn much interest, concern, and criticism from different people around the world. People have shown different and conflicting attitudes toward the film with some commending the film and some bashing the film extensively. The film, based on the book written by British author E.L. James, was about the love story between a literature major Anastacia Steele and the young and wealthy entrepreneur, Christian Grey.
The Capitol is putting pressure and exploiting other people for their benefit. Different districts responsible for particular produce and supplies. See any similarities in our society? (Image from mockingjay.net)
While the movie offers a philosophical hint that human beings are inherently evil, it actually tackles two interesting issues for sociological inquiry: social control and class conflict. In a highly speculative scenario in which the citizenry regulates itself without the consequences of punishment, we ask: How does society rely on unconventional forms of social control?
While everybody is engrossed with recent movies such as Man of Steel, Despicable Me 2, Pacific Rim, and The Wolverine, the Twilight Saga remains a favorite subject of sociological interest because it deals with issues of deviance, social integration, stratification.