Book the outsiders.
The Greasers are emotionally sensitive, while the Socs are not.
The Outsiders, S. E. Hinton's novel, tells a story about the two groups of friends - the group of rich kids known as the Socs, and their poor rivals, the Greasers.
Cherry is a girl that belongs to the Socs group, and she describes the different values of the two groups. The Greasers, according to her, are emotionally sensitive, which is not the case for the Socs. The Socs don't "feel", while the Greasers act on everything they feel.
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Cherry expresses that the greasers have a different set of values. She believes that the greasers are far more emotionally sensitive. ... She says that socs are void of emotion, while the greasers often feel too violently.
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