Question by  Jennifer46 (29)

What does "Hotel Rwanda" mean from a sociological perspective?


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

"Hotel Rwanda" is proof that a single motivated individual can make a difference; in this movie, a business owner was choosing to risk his life and property to protect strangers.


Answer by  Ashley68 (404)

There's no right answer, but socialogical perspective looks at conflicts from the side of religion and social interaction. Hotel Rwanda shows how negatively religion can be used against a society.

posted by Anonymous
the Hutu's and Tutsi's weren't fighting over religion, they both had christian beliefs and they both spoke the same language. The civil war and genocide was ultimately the result of class warfare. The Tutsi's were considered upper class and the Hutu's had been oppressed for years.  add a comment
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