Lecture 10 - Movie Presentations Day 1
Lecture 10 - Movie Presentations Day 1 COMM 1041
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Leslie Ogu COMM 1041 09/29/2016 - Movie Scene Presentations Day 1 For the next 3 classes, we will be presenting on different movie scenes. The notes will be something I took away from the specific presentation. The Devil Wears Prada ➢ The scene she shows exemplifies how people jump to conclusions in conversations, especially on a topic that they feel strongly about The Departed ➢ When a man has his manhood, or overall freedom threatened, it can increase his aggression when communicating with others. This could possibly lead to a violent reaction Mean Girls ➢ Communication is very important in relationships of all kinds, and essentially can make or break it. Bad communication can lead to trouble and a rift in relationship Last Holiday ➢ This scene portrayed how people make assumptions about people based on the impression they have on us. That first interaction dictates how we interact with that person, and our communication Pretty Women ➢ The movie shows how women do not always use female communication styles. Sometimes, they can adopt typical male communication strategies, such as being direct about intentions, and using touch, rather than being reserved A Cinderella Story ➢ Certain details we know about a person will dictate our beliefs about what kind of person they are, their characteristics, potential, etc. This is seen in the halo effect, when we see people in a more positive light because of attributes that make them seem like a better person Pulp Fiction ➢ When we are able to redefine how people look at us, it can make a drastic difference in how well our information is conveyed to them. The other person has to be willing to listen to what you have to say Pride and Prejudice ➢ The setting of communication can play a role in how effectively a message is conveyed. In addition, how we portray ourselves to people will affect how a person receives The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo ➢ Our portrayal of people will affect how we receive their information. In this movie, this is shown in terms of a witness, or defendant, being more likely to be listened to and believed if they are more attractive