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Discussion Paper Daniel ushers in the first discussion through his expression that the core challenge in assessment of the social class among the witches was the reason for accusation and furthermore, the core fact that led to certain weird behavior among the witches. Essentially, different authors have diverse ways and approach towards the challenges. For instance, Levack expresses his concern over the lack of clear information over the witch, the duration that the witchcraft issue was rampant, existence of other factors such as religious, socioeconomic, legal and intellectual and the changing economic systems.
Daniel explains further that during that moment, witch-hunts were stereotyped to be related to men as opposed to women, a point that Robin objects. Daniel puts it that there was a relationship between witchcraft and gender, age, social status, marital status and geographical location. Robin dismisses the point. He notes that there were little demographics presented to the convicted people. He further notes that the trial documents did show all genders, social classes and ages as being victims of the trials.
Utilization of diverse methods such as recitation of the Lord’s Prayer, inability to cry, and naming of the witches under intense torture was a method used brings to prosecution the witch-hunt suspects in England.The second discussion expounds and generates a thoughtful discussion with reference to the witches in German and French territories. Kelly is at the verge of analyzing the past trials of the Witch suspects. She notes that all documents she does analyses support Levack presentation of a witch-hunt: the witch-hunts stereotyping as old, poor and females as incorrect.
From the documents, Kelly does express that both men and women were in equal measure victims of witch-hunts. She further does expound the common method used in bringing the victims to ultimate confession: torture. Additionally, just as Levach readings exposed, most trial victims were burnt or put to death. My tutor, Madam Tracy, is keen to note that the witch-hunting history is varied. hence, one cannot come up with a fixed chronological causes or outburst pertaining witch-hunts history. Nicole sums it all.
She notes that the documents read presented both men and women of diverse social status and educational backgrounds, even the professors. Primarily, it is worth noting that even as we present the historical evidence of witchcraft in Europe, on factor remains constant: the witches’ specifications and details remain so variable that there is no one certain methodology that explains the traits and classification of witch-hunts.