[SOLVED] Interpersonal Movie Paper

INTERPERSONAL MOVIE PAPER DIRECTIONS Communication and Relationships in Film You are to select a film and examine several theories of interpersonal communication discussed in your text to see how they are portrayed in film. The focus will be on how communication is used to initiate, maintain, and terminate relationships. The film will serve as a vehicle for learning about interpersonal communication and relationships. You will analyze what the film has shown about the ways people relate to one another. The paper should be 3-5 pages long, with a bibliography of at least two sources. Your textbook can be one of the sources. DO NOT go under two and a half or over four and a half pages. Your analysis should focus onissuesofcommunication,incorporatingmaterialfromthereadings,youronlineassignments. Youwill need a strong introduction and a conclusion in this paper as well as identify three or four points (concepts) that you found most enlightening, controversial, or even possibly incorrect. You will be expected to discuss what individuals did, what happened, and why. Relevant communication theory and text material should be introduced for each example. You should write this paper as if you were going to demonstrate your expertise and knowledge to an individual that has little or no knowledge of communication theory. That “pretend reader” should learn a lot from reading your paper. The paper should be 3-5 pages, word-processed, double-spaced, 12pt Times New Roman font, with a cover page. You must cite the course textbook using MLA formatting. When saving your document, include your last name and the assignment, and save as either a Microsoft Word file (.doc or .docx) or a Rich Text File (.rtf). Submit this paper in the appropriate assignment drop box in Blackboard by the deadline. Course Objectives: Recognize the components of the communication process and the types of communication in which human beings engage (one-on-one, group and public speaking). Students will recognize and accommodate gender and cultural differences in communication settings and appreciate diverse communication styles. Students will describe the role of free speech in a democratic society and be able to critically evaluate and analyze the message and delivery style of public speakers. Chapter Objectives: By completing this assignment, students will be able to: Define intimacy and describe a range of options for conveying intimate messages. Analyze the themes of a close relationship using both Knapp’s model of relationship development and the dialectical model. Explain the different conflict management styles. Distinguish between constructive styles and methods of dealing with interpersonal conflict. Analyze both Verbal and Nonverbal communication in relationships. Apply the communication process and perception in interpersonal relationships. The great news is that interpersonal communication can be tied into many chapters that we have already discussed in the course this semester.   Some topics you might choose to discuss: ?  Perception in interpersonal relationships. ?  Communication Process ?  Models of Communication ?  Theses of a close relationship using both Knapp’s model of relationship development and the dialectical model. ?  Conflicts in relationships and the methods and styles of dealing with interpersonal conflict. ?  Listening ?  Self-Concept ?  Non-Verbal Communication ?  Verbal Communication Select as many concepts/theories that apply to the film. Do not hesitate to go beyond and think outside of the box. As you watch the film, you may want to take notes and have your textbook handy.

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[SOLVED] Exploring Multicultural Identity and Creativity

For your Final you are to research and investigate an aspect of multicultural creativity. Students are allowed to explore plays and topics from class or outside of class that they are interested in. Be sure to choose a topic that you feel you can really invest in and would enjoy writing or creating a presentation around. You are to choose ONE of these two options. Written Final- Should be 2-3 Pages on a Word Document (.docx, .doc) or 8-12 Paragraphs submitted to Canvas. All written finals should have appropriate citations/footnotes as needed (at least 3). Written finals should include Images, Quotes, Videos or any additional materials you come across in your research that you feel are relevant. Paper should be articulate with correct spelling and grammar. Possible Subjects and Ideas: – Speak/Write about your own cultural identity, traditions, or any multicultural past from your family’s history. Where do these traditions come from? Do you travel back to a village, home, or have any rituals that you are apart of? -Choose to do a set design or costume design for one of the plays from class, describe influences and reasons you’ve made the choices you have. Include images, genres, and concepts in your portfolio. -Poetry reading and biography of writers like Langston Hughes, August Wilson, Amiri Baraka, Gwendolen Brooks or other influential multicultural poet. Look for authors whose work has some kind of performance aspect involved (either plays or musicals, or artists whose work is regularly referenced or adapted in the theater). -Write in-depth about specific movements or cultural shifts that have happened in the United States (Civil Rights movement, Women’s Rights/Suffrage, Gay Rights, LGTBQ Movement or others) , discuss the theater (plays or musicals) that have come out this period or have been inspired by it. -Pitch a theatrical production or any scripted work from a multicultural perspective. You could modernize or adapt a classical piece (Romeo and Juliet in Oakland 2019 for example) or a play from one of the playwrights we discussed in class but did not cover (the canon of August Wilson, Lynn Nottage, Luis Valdez, Eve Ensler, or others). If you choose this topic I will be able to guide you and ask additional questions. This project should be researched, well prepared, and academically sound. Examples I have had in the past: These are introduction paragraphs to previous assignments I have had in the past. These examples are meant to give you some ideas about what your final should be about. “Mexican traditional ArtsEverything You Need to Know About the Danza de los Voladores There’s been dances, music, and a little bit of theater that’s been past down from our history. From the Aztec era to present day times. These teaching have continued to live on through history. We do these traditional during festival or as celebrations. We even do these traditions to show people our history that’s been past down and at a time was lost. Most of it comes from times of war and times of peace. The most popular dance performed today are Danza de los Voladores and the Jarabe Tapatia. Music from Mexico has grown most popular in today society as well. Theater in Mexico has come back from the past, since is was disappeared due to circumstance of the past…” “I was born in California, but that is just a piece of me here.File:Flag of Portugal and Scotland.png – Wikimedia Commons There are parts of me all around the world. You don’t truly realize what your background is and how diverse you are until you write about it and put it on paper. The food we eat, the music we listen to, the traditions your family shares, and the clothes you wear are all things that make you differ from others.Before I mention my background with all the fun traditions that make me who I am let’s begin with what I am made of. My father is Danish and Scottish whom his father came from Denmark and his mother came from Scotland. My mother is Portuguese and Spanish whom her father came from Spain and her mother came from Portugal. My parents were both born in California and there came me. These countries are all different from each other that have brought features to my identity. This is what makes everyone differ from one another because we are all from different places around the world. Peter, A. (2002). Beyond Cultural Identity: Reflections on Multiculturalism, “The multicultural person is intellectually and emotionally committed to the basic unity of all human beings while at the same time recognizing, legitimizing, accepting, and appreciating the differences that exist between people of different cultures,” originally published in Culture Living. Though, these countries that I’m apart of differ in their own ways, my family is well connected. We share a piece of these countries at different times of the year, but we are a whole. “Who Built the Fence?Little Rock Nine – Definition, Names & Facts – HISTORY In America, we have experienced multiple movements and social changes from women’s rights, civil rights, and technology taking over. Although this is the era of technology and slow acceptance to one another, the Civil Rights Movement was the start to this all. The Civil Rights Movement was the start of a new America where people can at least go to the same Starbucks and order a caramel frappuccino at the same time. This is the movement that allowed artists such as August Wilson, Langston Hughes, and Lynn Nottage to create award winning productions that challenged society in an impactful and log lasting way. Although this fight is considered history, this is still a current battle, but in a different way and is less about race and more about the working class, social inequality, and politics. So, lets discuss the Civil Rights Movement. The movement began in the late 1940s and ended in the late 1960s and was an organized effort to gain equality under the law as well as rid of discrimination… https://photos.app.goo.gl/581fvkttosDYoEiu9 “I decided to make my video presentation about my cultural identity, and my experiences with these cultures in my life. My personal cultural identity is a mix of both Persian and American culture, as my parents were the first generation to leave Iran and begin a life in the United States. There are a lot of aspects of Persian culture that I identify with, while I do recognize that my experiences are somewhat Americanized. In this video, I go into Persian and American cultural aspects that I identify with, and also discuss the differences I’ve noticed between these two different cultures. Growing up with such differing cultures, has most definitely allowed my cultural identity, to become unique and has broadened my experiences in life.” Once you have an idea (or ideas) of what you would like to present and work on for your final please respond/submit to this assignment and I will give you guidance and give you specifics or additional questions I would like you to address for this final. This is an opportunity for the person who is grading your final to give you advice on how to get the most out of your chosen project (I would take full advantage!) Don’t wait till the last minute without contacting me and submit something rushed, I’ll know…

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[SOLVED] Discussion Board Response

This is a Discussion Board Response Please read the questions below and post a reflective, thoughtful, and well-organized response to each of the three questions below, (one for each play). Once you have posted your own response to each question, please respond to another classmate’s post. Remember, your comments are to be more than “agreements.” Rather, think critically about the assertions that your classmate is making and then determine how you might question his or her views, citing specifics from the play, and asking for clarification about what it is that your classmate is claiming, etc. Also, if a classmate asks a question, please reply—after all, it’s only polite, right? 🙂 Questions: (create three separate responses, one response per question) 1. In Trifles, by Susan Glaspell a woman, Mrs. Wright (Minnie) is under investigation for the murder of her husband, Mr. Wright. The sheriff, Mr. Peters and the County Attorney, Mr. Henderson come to the house to investigate the crime followed by two women, Mrs. Peters (the sheriff’s wife) and Mrs. Hale, (a neighbor of Mrs. Wright’s). Although it is the “job” of the men to investigate the crime, the women too are “investigators” — they notice things, as well. Why do the men and women find, regard, and disregard pieces of evidence differently? Illustrate your answers with evidence from the text of the play. Finally, what interpretation of the word “justice” does the play endorse? Is justice universal or relative? 2. Almost everyone knows that Shakespeare’s play, Othello is about jealousy and its often painful consequences. However, could an argument be made that it is also about “pride” and “arrogance”? Is it Othello’s pride that is injured when he believes his beloved Desdemona has given herself to another? Is it his arrogance that will not listen to her entreaties to wait or to ask Cassio to confirm Iago’s heinous claims? Thus, is Othello really just a stupid man? He says at the end of the play: “Remember me as a man who loved not wisely, but too well.” Did he love well? 3. Sophocles’ masterpiece, “Antigone,” like “Trifles,” is also concerned with the notion of justice–doing what’s right. However, in this play, Antigone chooses to knowingly break the law and do what King Creon has expressly forbidden! Why? To whom is Antigone loyal and why? Cite aspects from the play in your answer. In addition, how may Antigone be a “model for human behavior”? What characteristics and qualities does she embody that humankind has celebrated for thousands of years?

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[SOLVED] Classification and Division Essay

A Classification and Division Essay done on any topic really Drama is just a suggestion.

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[SOLVED] TV Experience

In a 1-page written response, respond to one or more of the following questions in reference to the readings, viewings,  from this week.(please including more experience) important:  refer more to your own thoughts and TV experience ,    Reading is only a reference, more needs  your own thoughts and personal experience   What does the history of where TV has been tell you about where you think TV is going?  Do you, personally, see holdovers in TV style that reflect the history of TV as an industry? What’s something new you’ve learned about TV content controls this week that has changed the way you think about TV as an industry?  How has it changed your viewpoint, and why? Looking ahead to next week: How do you think the structure of the TV industry writ large (as we’ve been looking at it here) is expressed in the individuals and companies that produce, write, star in, and distribute television series? Can you point to a specific example?

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[SOLVED] Movie Critical Review On the Titanic

The instructions are pretty clear. The paper does not need to answer all the questions but rather choose one  and focus on that throughout the entire paper. I was thinking question 10 can be one to focus on if not I’d just prefer you answer any of the questions you can to the best of your ability.

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[SOLVED] The Lasting Impression

For this first discussion board, think about a poem, song, film, play, or work of fiction that has made a lasting impression on you.Then in 200 words (give or take a few), discuss the work and why it has left that impression. Some ideas to consider:Was it especially emotionally powerful, funny, scary, suspenseful, or thrilling?Was it beautiful in a unique or awe-inspiring way? Was it a work that you could relate to because it spoke to your own life experiences, beliefs, or values?Was it a work that elicited some powerful memories?Was it a work that hit you just at the right time? Was there the surprise of “serendipity” to it? 

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[SOLUTION] The Lasting Impression

For this first discussion board, think about a poem, song, film, play, or work of fiction that has made a lasting impression on you.Then in 200 words (give or take a few), discuss the work and why it has left that impression. Some ideas to consider:Was it especially emotionally powerful, funny, scary, suspenseful, or thrilling?Was it beautiful in a unique or awe-inspiring way? Was it a work that you could relate to because it spoke to your own life experiences, beliefs, or values?Was it a work that elicited some powerful memories?Was it a work that hit you just at the right time? Was there the surprise of “serendipity” to it? 

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[ORDER SOLUTION] End-of-Course Essay

Please write accroding to the grading rubric and pick at lease one artist from these two readings.

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[ORDER SOLUTION] Critical Thinking Essay

– the only source required is the play A Doll’s House, by Henrik Ibsen – this is a critical thinking essay and an thesis is required Conduct research into the history of the play, the playwright, and the world around it. Write a two to three page comprehensive essay on the play. The following questions are intended to guide you towards creating your essay. Read the play. Think about the questions. Do some research. Choose a strong thesis, and provide evidence to support your statements. Do not just write a “play by play” synopsis of the story, and don’t just answer the questions below. I am not interested in that. I am interested in your critical thinking abilities. I am interested in what you think, what you feel, and what you’ve learned from reading the play and researching the world around it. Questions to think about: (You don’t have to answer every question, these are meant to make you think.) What is the plot structure of the play? What style of drama is it? What are the themes, metaphors, and symbols found in the play? Who is the playwright? What is his story? What influenced him to write this play? Is this play based a true story? What made this play controversial when it was first published? What makes this play relevant today? Is this a feminist play? (If you don’t know exactly what feminism is, I encourage you to look it up.) Why is the ending referred to as “the door slam heard around the world”? How does this play reflect on society? What kind of society surrounds this story? What role does love play into this story? What kind of relationship do the characters have with each other? What kind of language does the playwright use to illustrate relationship? What is the difference between what is right, and what is duty? What sort of emotion does this play bring up for you? Which character do you relate to the most? What aspect of society do the characters represent? How does this fit into the world of realism? What sort of acting challenges does this play present? What makes this play different than the type of plays of past centuries? Anything else you want to think/write about?

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