Topic: Attitude: content, structure, function
7) One of your friends, who is in his late twenties, is very active in politics. You despise his political ideology but like his rest of the personality. He often tries to elicit opinions from you on burning topics such as cow vigilantism or dalit lynchings. However, you have no interest in either politics or on any important issues. You are very busy with your research project and have no time to think about anything else. One day, your friend accuses you of being anti-national and unpatriotic. He tells you that it is because of silence from youth like you that India is facing several problems. He wants you to talk about important issues not only with him, but also with your colleagues and create awareness. He thinks that youth like you should be actively involved in politics to clean India of its malaises. As his coercion has increased these days, you are worried and decide to avoid him. You are not at all persuaded by his words and you are solely focused on research.
a) What is your opinion on your friend’s attitude? Is his behaviour ethical? Justify. (150 Words)
b) Is it right on your part to avoid your friend? Is it possible to change your friend’s behaviour? If yes, how will you change him? Explain. (150 Words)
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