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I‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍ have copied and pasted the instructions on the syllabus for this assignment below. There can be not plagiarism, so please check for that. Read the instructions below carefully. This is the article you will be using for this paper, I have attached the link here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ana.24117 Movie Analysis Project: Some controversy exists concerning how concepts in psychology are portrayed in the popular media, including film. You will choose a movie to analyze. Each film fits with particular modules in the textbook. Your assignment is to view a film and to identity and read a scientific, empirical ‘companion’ article from the psychological literature that explores the film’s theme empirically. The point of this paper is for you to think about how accurately psychological concepts are portrayed in the media. Step 1: Select a movie. See the movie list under Files in Canvas. If you want to analyze a movie that is not on this list, you must have it approved by me. Step 2: Read the module. Read the corresponding module prior to watching the movie -this will help you know what concepts you’re looking for in the movie. Movie and Module due to me by Oct. 7. Step 3: Watch the movie. Take the notes you’ve made from the module and sit down to watch the movie. You’ll probably need to take notes while you’re watching because you should provide specific examples from the movie in your write-up. Be as detailed as possible in your notes so that you don’t have to watch the movie a second time. Step 4: Find an arti‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍cle. Find a peer-reviewed academic journal article that addresses one of the concepts from the movie. For example, if you’re watching Mean Girls, you could look up a study on the differences in adolescents regarding popularity. You must have your empirical article approved by Nov. 18. Step 5: Write the paper. Start with a summary of the movie, identifying the main themes. Describe the article you chose: why you chose it, details of the study they did, main findings. Tie the movie in with the article: did the movie portray your concept accurately? Your paper should focus on the aspects of the movie that are directly related to the module. Summarize the movie overall, but be sure to include specific examples with details from the movie. Final paper is due during finals week. (Date and time TBA) · You may use quotations from the movie, but no quotations from the article. This should be your interpretation of the article and how it fits with the movie. · There is no minimum or maximum word/page requirement, but you should sufficiently describe the movie so that I can understand what you’ve pulled from it without having seen the movie recently. · No personal stories or anecdotes. This is about how the media portrays these concepts, not how you’ve experienced them. · Submit your paper on Canvas. I will be checking for plagiarism, so don’t just copy your summary of the movie from IMDB or Wikipedia. It is your responsibility to be sure to have your paper in on time. Submit via Canvas. Late papers will be penalized by half a le‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍tter grade for each day late.


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