The term \”scapegoat\” refers to a person or group made to bear the blame for others and suffer in their place. \”The Lottery,\” like The Hunger Games trilogy, presents this idea in the form of fictional story-telling.Think of instances of scapegoating in history, myth, literature, and/or modern society. This may require a bit of research on your part. What, if any, purpose does scapegoating serve? What are your thoughts about this term/notion? What, if any, purpose does it serve? What does this concept tell us, if anything, about ourselves? Give examples, if needed!There are no \”correct\” answers to this question. It is a topic which you may will need to use both imagination and logic in your thinking/writing in order to create a thoughtful, meaningful discussion with classmates. Don\’t be cautious regarding presenting your ideas or in regards to questioning/challenging classmates. Also, if you find your views changing, that\’s okay. You may say so with the same degree of conviction with which your present your initial response.