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The Breakfast club assignment- Anthro
Transcript of The Breakfast club assignment- Anthro
"they ignore me" - Allison (The breakfast)
This resulted in her not having any friends and having to fall back into herself for a place of comfort. Through the movie you see than there is more to Allison than a quiet person in the back ground and she has a lot to say when people are willing to listen. (Mrs.Kennedy) photo 2 photo 1 photo 3 "You do everything everyone tells you to" -Allison (The Breakfast) "They ignore me"- Allison (The breakfast) Family "You ask me one more question and i'm beating the shit out of you" - Bender (The breakfast) Peers Peers Andrew gave in to his friends telling him to bully someone even though he did not want to. He thought that if it makes him look "cool" to his peers then he should do it. His dad tells him that he has to be the best in sports and has to be the typical jock, because they influence him so much, Andrew strives to live up to that. (Citation for notes??) A quote from the movie that shows this would be when Andrew says, "I tortured this poor kid because I wanted him [his dad] to think I was cool." (The Breakfast) As we learn from the movie, Bender's parents are often putting him down, telling him he is stupid, worthless and no good." (The Breakfast). Bender has been hearing these kinds of things for so long, he feels the need to live up to them. Benders peers at school all have the image that he is a criminal who doesn't care for others. We learn in the movie that Bender really is a caring person, however around his peers he seems to feel the need to live up to the image others have of him by being rude, destroying school property and doing drugs. Allison's family ignores her and makes her feel like she has to do certain things like lie to get noticed. All of Allison's peers see her as weird and quite and do not socialize with her. Allison sees this as more of a reason to be shy and act strange as it is what everyone already assumes she acts. Works Cited
The Breakfast Club. Dir. John Hughes. Universal Studios, 1985. DVD. (The breakfast)
Mrs. Kennedy. “Theories of Personality Development and Socialization.” Resurrection CSS. January 9, 2013. (Mrs)
Pictures Works Cited
Andrew Clark. The Breakfast Club: Acceptance. Web. 1 Jan. <http://moodle.carmelunified.org/mahara/view/view.php?id=178>.
Allison Reynolds. The Breakfast Club: Acceptance. Web. 1 Jan. <http://moodle.carmelunified.org/mahara/view/view.php?id=178>.
John Bender. The Breakfast Club: Acceptance. Web. 1 Jan. <http://moodle.carmelunified.org/mahara/view/view.php?id=178>.
(mrs. Kennedy) (mrs.kennedy) (mrs.kennedy)