What social issue/message is being addressed in The Hunger Games?

I'm working on an assignment for class and I need to address a social issue that author Collins is addressing about the present that presents itself in The Hunger Games. Thanks!

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  • 9 years ago
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    Though its greatly exaggerated in Collin's series, Separation Of Social Classes. Like how Katniss points out being fat in the districts is considered an symbol of status, meaning you can afford food.. but in the capital its viewed as ugly...

    Same with age.. being old in 12 is a good thing..capital pays to look youthful..

    We also separate our rich from our poor.

    Poor people live in Ghetto's or trailer parks or hoods.. and the rich live in fancy up class neighborhoods.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Dude it's your homework do it yourself

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