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Media and War Failure is a hard word, and no matter how you analyze the Vietnam War, that is exactly what it was. The War was a personal failure on a national scale. From its covert beginnings, through the bloodiest, darkest days and finally to the bitter end, this ten-year period of American history is a national disgrace.
Some may believe that the only lesson that will ever be learned is a personal one. Do you know someone that died in a muddy jungle there? Did you have a friend or classmate or a member of your family caught up in this nightmare? Even if you were not affected on that level, what a waste of time, taxes, resources and the precious lives of young Americans.
Fifty-eight thousand were killed, two thousand captured, and three hundred fifty thousand; maimed and wounded, almost everyone in this country still feels the effects of this conflict. Today, the young people of this country cringe in response to the senselessness and waste of this struggle.
A new generation of college students, workers and young parents bring a unique perspective to the analysis of the consequences of this particular war.
These are the sons and daughters of the men that fought to their death in the jungles of South East Asia. This research paper will deal with some of the more interesting aspects and effects of this war. Since the Vietnam conflict made absolutely no sense politically, militarily or economically, the value of analysis must come on the individual level.
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The individual soldiers that survived this war are now laced throughout society on every level. They are waiting and have been patiently biding their time.
Not waiting to protest or draw attention but waiting for the questions they know will come. Not from a busy country or politicians or the government but from their own children. They've had nearly 30 years to think about it and decide what really happened.
They've also had that time to raise those children, and now we want to know. The Vietnam War will be analyzed in this paper through three different sources of information. The first will be research involving psychological studies and cases.
The second will be through the media, most specifically through films. The third is a one-on-one interview with a Vietnam veteran. The tying factors throughout each of these sections will be the seven separate topics on which we focus this research, including: This paper will thoroughly discuss the psychological effects of the Vietnam War using the three different areas of research stated above.
Each area has been researched individually with the intentions of learning how the information will compare across the lines. Among those still suffering are several veterans who have felt forgotten, unappreciated, and even discriminated against.
For some of them ' the trauma of their battle experiences or their physical disabilities have shattered their lives. For even more, adjustment to civilian life has not been easy.
During the war, you were exposed to a lot of stress, confusion, anxiety, pain, and hatred. Then you were sent back home with no readjustment to the lifestyle in the states, no deprogramming of what you learned from the military, and no "welcome home" parades.
You are portrayed to the public as a crazed psychopathic killer with no morals or control over your aggression. You find that there's nobody you can talk to or who can understand what you've been through, not even your family. As you re-emerge into civilization, you struggle to establish a personal identity or a place in society because you lack the proper education and job skills.
In addition, there are no supportive groups to help you find your way, which makes you feel even more isolated, unappreciated, and exploited for serving your country. War has always had a profound effect on those who engage in combat. The Vietnam War, however, was different in many ways.
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