Personality is not inherited from birth parents says new research on zebra finches.
External factors are likely to play a bigger part in developing the personality of an individual than the genes it inherits from its parents, suggests the study.
Although the actions were crul and grusome, does Death Row fit what they did if their pasts, childhood environments and situation, are bad.
Capote shows the effect of childhood on the killers and if the death penalty is fair.
In spite of his family’s hardship Dick’s childhood is pretty typical, he is popular throughout high school, plays sports, and he dreams of going to college.
Due to his family’s lack of resources, Dick is unable to fulfill his dream of attending college.
Then there are the people who are born into a dysfunctional family or go through a traumatic experience and are simply incapable of adapting to social norms because of what they have experienced.
Despite knowing that a combination of the two shape who one becomes, it is unclear whether one of them has more influence than the other.
In Truman Capote’s famous non-fiction novel, In Cold Blood, there is evidence that supports the injustices of the trial: death penalty.
The final outcome of the trail was never to be any different than death.