Dystopia

Mary Field

Dystopia Definition

A dark and depressing society in which the main power or government controls a perfect illusion of the society.

Characteristics of a Distopian society

Information, independent thought, and freedom are restricted.

The natural world is banished and distrusted.

The society is an illusion of a perfect utopian world.

Types of Dystopian controls

Corporate control: Corporations in which they control the people by advertising special products that shows false results. Example:


Technological control: a society in which technology is used to help people doing everyday activities, for example computers, robots, and or high tech weapons. Example:

Dystopian hero

A Dystopian hero would be Crutis from Snowpiercer. Crutis is a passenger who is living on this train for many many years and decides to lead other passengers to the front of the train to take over it to control how the other passengers are behaving.