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Film Analysis Assignment
Purpose: To encourage you to become critical observers of interpersonal communication skills, choose a movie to review from the suggested film list. After watching the film write a 4-5 page (minimum of 1000 words) paper using these guidelines. All papers must follow APA or MLA guidelines, use Times New Roman font, be double spaced, 12 point font, and 1 inch margins.
Instructions: This assignment is to be completed in three parts (see below). Choose a film from the list provided below. Watch the film and write an analysis paper based on concepts covered in this interpersonal communication class. You may need to watch the film more than once to complete this assignment.
What does it mean to analyze?
In addition to using theories from the textbook, utilize at least one credible outside source as part of your analysis of a specific concept/theory. Acceptable sources include the following:
Printed or online scholarly journals, reputable newspapers and magazines, and books. Avoid Wikipedia, blogs, or opinion pieces.
Criteria for Success:
Here are some theory and/or concept ideas for analysis but not an exhaustive list:
Communication needs The transactional model of communication
Communication misconceptions Competent communication characteristics
Cognitive complexity Mediated communication
Self-concept Reflected appraisal
Social comparison Self-monitoring
Self-esteem Managing multiple identities (the four facets of self)
Impression management Face needs, face threats
Social penetration theory Influences on perception
Attribution Common tendencies in perception
Perception checking Empathy
Stages of the perception process Stereotyping
Halo effect Influences on emotional expression
Guidelines for expressing emotions Facilitative and debilitative emotions
Emotional fallacies Emotional contagion
Emotional intelligence Emotional reappraisal
The symbolic nature of language The language of responsibility
Naming and identity People-first language
Convergence/divergence Code switching
Powerless speech mannerisms Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis
Culture and language Types of nonverbal communication
Gestures Mediated messages and nonverbal communication
Paralanguage Nonverbal messages and haptics, proxemics, appearance
Social norms and nonverbal cues Listening vs. hearing
Types of ineffective listening Why we don’t listen better
How to listen better Listening responses
Why we form relationships Knapp’s Model
Dialectical tensions Culture and relationships
Relational transgressions Dimensions of intimacy
Family communication patterns Social media and friendship
Love Languages Romantic relationships and self-disclosure
Conflict styles Gottman’s Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Collaborative problem solving
Resources: Here are some film ideas for analysis. If you chose a film that is not listed below, you must gain instructor approval before moving forward with your paper.
10 Things I Hate About You (PG-13) 50 First Dates (PG-13)
A League of their Own (PG) About a Boy (PG-13)
Arrival (PG-13) The Big Sick (R)
Blue Valentine (R) Boyhood (R)
Boys Don’t Cry (R) Boyz in the Hood (R)
The Break-Up (PG-13) Cast Away (PG-13)
Catch Me If You Can (PG-13) Crazy Rich Asians (PG-13)
Dead Man Walking (R) Dead Poet’s Society (PG)
Dear White People (R) The Devil Wears Prada (PG-13)
Edward Scissorhands (PG-13) Get Out (R)
The Help (PG-13) Her (R)
Hitch (PG-13) I, Tanya (R)
The Imitation Game (PG-13) It’s a Wonderful Life (PG-13)
Julie and Julia (PG) The Lake House (PG)
Lars and the Real Girl (PG-13) Leap Year (PG-13)
Little Women (PG) Lost in Translation ((R)
Marriage Story (R) Mean Girls (PG-13)
Million Dollar Baby (PG-13) Murphy’s Romance (PG-13)
Must Love Dogs (PG-13) Nell (PG-13)
The Notebook (PG-13) Notting Hill (PG-13)
Patch Adams (PG-13) The Pursuit of Happyness (PG-13)
Rain Man (R) Roma (R)
Shallow Hal (PG-13) Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (PG)
Sleepless in Seattle (PG-13) Spanglish (PG-13)
The Terminal (PG-13) Transamerica (R)
The Wedding Planner (PG-13) When Harry Met Sally (R)
You’ve Got Mail (PG)
Note: When selecting a movie, consider how it is influenced by interpersonal communication concepts such as mediated communication; identity and self-concept; perception; emotions; language; nonverbal communication; listening; conflict and conflict resolution; and friendships, work relationships; family dynamics, and romantic relationships.
If you want to analyze a movie that is not on this list, just send me an email with an argument as to how it is appropriate for interpersonal communication concepts. I am happy to consider alternatives.
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