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People are always looking for a good way to escape the pangs of work Since work is so important in society today that it is almost impossible to avoid doing work without having to pay the price in the future The perfect escape would be one that alleviates the strain of work yet does not incur any future expenses Many people have found science fiction novels and movies to be great escape mechanisms Science fiction is such a perfect escape for many people because it allows its audience to vicariously experience the joy of future technology technology that promises less work and much more play at no cost An escape must have three things in order to be considered a true escape First an escape must permanently or at least temporarily eliminate ones responsibilities As long as one has responsibilities looming overhead one cannot really feel free It will also work if the escape produces the illusion that ones responsibilities are gone Secondly an escape must enhance leisure If the escape does not enhance leisure then boredom will most likely be the result Also due to the fact that most escapes are the temporary kind leisure time is generally very precious Therefore it is not enough that an escape simply do away with work and responsibility An escape must also take full advantage of ones leisure time Third an escape must not have any undesirable consequences This is the condition that justifies the escape itself Suppose for example that a person became tired of his or her job and simply stopped working That person would soon be fired and although he did avoid doing work his method of escape cannot be justified because of the undesirable consequences that followed This is the most important condition an escape must satisfy Science fiction literature and films
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