Complete an analysis of a documentary film focusing on issues related to developmental psychology. You must choose one of the options below. **NOTE, YOU MAY NEED TO SPEND $5-$10 IN ORDER TO WATCH THE VIDEO TO COMPLETE THIS ASSIGNMENT FILM CHOICES 1: CLOSURE (2013) A trans-racial adoptee finds her birth mother, and meets the rest of a family who did not know she existed, including her birth father. A story about identity, the complexities of trans-racial adoption, and most importantly, closure.(Available Amazon Prime, YouTube rental and iTunes rental) 2: FAME HIGH (2012) Fame High captures the in-class and at-home drama, competition, heartbreak, and triumph during one school year at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (LACHSA), also known as Fame High. (available on amazon prime; it can also be purchased for a small fee at this website: https://watch.famehighmovie.com/ 3: RICH HILL (2014) Rich Hill intimately chronicles the turbulent lives of three boys living in an impoverished Midwestern town and the fragile family bonds that sustain them. (Available on amazon prime, pluto TV) 4: UNDEFEATED (2011) An inspirational profile of an inner-city high school football team’s valiant effort to reach the school’s first ever playoff game. (Available on Netflix, YouTube, Amazon Prime and iTunes rental) Each of these films features real individuals managing the challenges of development. In addition, each film addresses the environments in which the featured individuals are developing. Your task is to identify some of the main challenges and/or triumphs of the individuals in the film you have chosen. Choose one individual from the film and analyze them using (1) at least one concept/theory from physical or cognitive development, (2) at least one concept/theory from psychosocial development. Along the way, consider to what extent the developmental challenges and/or triumphs demonstrated in this film are normal, and which cultural or contextual factors you think have had the strongest influence on the individuals in the film. Dive deep in your analysis: Synthesize information from the film (like the storyline) with details about the course concepts that help us understand what the individuals are going through. You are not expected to describe all of the events depicted in the documentary. The body of your paper (several paragraphs) focuses on the analysis. The conclusion provides a summary and a consideration of the broad implications of the issues raised in the film. Please do not spend too much time reviewing the film. Rather, focus on the character you analyze and the theories you choose to apply Your paper should be about 2-3 double-spaced pages in length. • No outside research is required for this paper. The text contains plenty of information to use in your analysis. However, if you choose to use outside sources, cite them. Wikipedia may not be used as a source. • I am most interested in hearing your own words, so I discourage the use of direct quotes (., the use of someone else’s words verbatim). If you must use quotes, limit yourself to no more than two for the entire paper. • A references or works cited page is not needed unless you use direct quotes and/or outside sources (both of which are discouraged for this assignment).
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