Contact Author The movie Girl, Interrupted is an ardent film that captures the lives of a group of women in a mental institution.
For every film analysis, students answered the following questions: What did you like about the film? What did you dislike about the film? What did you learn from this film? Did this film change your opinion about any of the issues it addressed?
If so, what features of the film did you find most persuasive? If not, what features of the film did you believe were not persuasive and why?
The film uses different methods to convey messages. Give an example of each of the following methods: Why was humor used in the movie? Questions for The Squid and the Whale Discuss the parenting style used by each parent.
Discuss the Identity Development Stage for the older son, Walt. Discuss the boundaries between each parent and each of the children. Discuss the self-differentiation of Walt, his father, and his mother.
Give examples to support your interpretation. What of the 6 elements of friendship were missing, if any, for Hal in his relationships companionship, stimulation, physical support, ego support, social comparison, intimacy and affection?
Give examples of the 6 elements of friendship demonstrated in the movie companionship, stimulation, physical support, ego support, social comparison, intimacy and affection. How were they the same? How were they different? What of the 6 elements of friendship were missing, if any, for Justin in his relationships companionship, stimulation, physical support, ego support, social comparison, intimacy and affection?
How does this relate to self-stereotyping? What do you think really happened? In the original story, there was no baby at the end. Why do you think Kurosawa added that scene? Questions for 12 Angry Men Discuss 3 different levels of moral development exhibited in the movie.
Identify characters who had Private Acceptance and those who had Public Compliance. What parallels are there between this movie and the Asch Experiment judging line length? Questions for Beautiful People Discuss 3 different stereotypes in the movies and how these were contradicted.
Discuss the various ways that prejudice affected decision making in the movie. Questions for Crash Almost all characters were confronted with a moral dilemma.“Social Psychological Principals in Mean Girls” The movie Mean Girls shows examples of many social-psychological principals.
Three of the major social-psychological principals depicted in Mean Girls are prejudice, discrimination, and conformity. Amélie, both the character and French film, is an interesting take on living with social anxiety. Instead of trying to engage directly with people, she (as played by Audrey Tautou) prefers to.
Topic: Stress Disorders, Depression, and Search for Meaning Question for all mood and anxiety disorder movies: Give at least 5 examples of film techniques used . Mean Girls ties into sociology through the areas of socialization, social interaction & social structure and groups. In TSEL the task being sociologically mindful is addressed.
If you analyze Mean Girls with a sociologically mindful point of view it reveals the tendencies of groups and socialization in society. By: Casa Warren Mean Girls Psychological Project Erikson's Theory of Identity Crisis Identity crisis was a time of storm and stress during which and adolescent worries intensely about who they are.
This is the time the adolescents begin to worry about what other people think of them. Precious lives in the New York Ghetto Harlem and they survive on welfare since the mother faces unemployment.
Precious has critical eating disorders and finds comfort in constant eating. The movie is based on the novel Push by Sapphire (Albers, ). Part 1: Section B Mental Status Examination of Precious Claireece Precious Jones is a female who is 16 years old, a black American.
Precious is .