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  • 1. CONFLICTS
    • HUMAN VERSUS HUMAN
    • HUMAN VERSUS THE SELF
    • HUMAN VERSUS NATURE
    • HUMAN VERSUS TECHNOLOGY
    • HUMAN VERSUS SOCIETY
    • (family, religion, the law)
  • 2. HUMAN VERSUS THE SELF
    • This conflict occurs when a character is having
    • difficulties with his or her conscience.
    • For example, sometimes peer pressure might
    • cause a person to feel influenced to try
    • something the person was raised to believe is
    • wrong or inappropriate but the person really
    • wants to try it.
  • 3. HUMAN(S) VERSUS HUMAN(S)
    • This is simply when a person has a conflict with
    • another person.
    • It can, however, also be a conflict between a
    • person and a group or a conflict between 2
    • groups.
  • 4. HUMAN VERSUS NATURE
    • In this conflict, a person is having a conflict with
    • any aspect of nature.
    • Here are some examples:
    • A person caught in any kind of bad weather without proper attire.
    • A person walking in the park confronted by a dangerous animal.
    • A person caught in a natural disaster.
  • 5. HUMAN VERSUS TECHNOLOGY
    • This conflict occurs when a person does not
    • have the proper technology needed for a task,
    • does not know how to use available technology,
    • or encounters others with superior technology.
    • Here are some examples:
    • A student without a pen or pencil at an exam.
    • A grandparent unfamiliar with computers.
    • An army with outdated weapons facing a more
    • modern army.
  • 6. HUMAN VERSUS SOCIETY
    • This conflict reflects the three main components
    • that make up many societies. They are as
    • follows:
    • Human versus family values or traditions,
    • Human versus the law,
    • Human versus religion.
  • 7. HUMAN VERSUS FAMILY
    • In this conflict, a person has a conflict with
    • family values or traditions NOT individual family
    • member or members.
    • Here are some examples:
    • A person wants to stay out past curfew.
    • A person wants to go out with friends instead of
    • attending a traditional family function.
    • A person has different views about things than the rest of the family.
  • 8. HUMAN VERSUS RELIGION
    • This conflict occurs when a person’s beliefs or
    • actions contradict the religion they were taught
    • to follow.
  • 9. HUMAN VERSUS THE LAW
    • This conflict occurs when a person disagrees
    • with a law or sees no harm in breaking a law.
    • The conflict is with the law and not the person
    • who might be present to enforce that law.
    • For example, a student who sees no harm in
    • smoking on school property gets caught by the by
    • laws officer.
    • The student has a conflict with the law
    • not the officer.
  • 10. Fin