A Convention Of Society

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These conventions are general agreements on social behaviour; they have a strong force within society. This is stated by Frye in his speech "The educated imagination" he expresses that, "There's clearly a strong force making toward conformity in society, so strong that it seems to have something to do with the stability of society itself...
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However if people don't conform to the "norm" they are often cast out of it, unless they conform to different socially acceptable conventions, such as becoming a nun. Make-up is one of the strongest conventions of this society. The western world view, as a whole society has the convention that beauty is young looking, "enhanced" features on a person, therefore without it you must try to achieve it, this is done mostly by wearing make-up...
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