Psychoanalytic Theories On Narcissism And Narcissistic Personality

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i have a project due on Friday. it is a proposal project for 700 words minimum. i will provide a plan to follow and the requirements for it.

i think you need to read the myth of Narcissus to have an idea about it..

it is about a myth called Narcissus.

* I will attatch the Narcissus's myth

* i will attatch the outline that you need to follow

* i will attatch the requirments for thr project

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Research Agenda ● What have you chosen as your primary text(s) and why? Narcissus ● What is interesting/noteworthy/confusing about this primary text(s)? What makes it worthy of further study? To show how people being obsessed with beauty and it is a warning against vanity. ● What do you hope to learn? How to avoid vanity nowadays Summary of Primary Text ● As with all of the summaries of literary texts we have written about this semester, you'll need to cover the basic plot point, characters, setting, and conflict/resolution of the story. Characters: Echo, Narcissus Setting: The lake Conflict/resolution of the story: the illusion of Narcissu who is obsessed and in love with himself .A warning against vanity. Contextual Considerations ● This is where you will discuss the kinds of secondary research you have done/will do. Beauty industry nowadays show how it makes people desire vanity as Nascissus do. The abuse of selfcare. ● What arguments have other literary scholars made about this primary text, about this author, or about similar primary texts? Narcissistic personality disorder - Neel Burton M.D. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/hide-and-seek/201203/thinkingabout-love-the-myth-narcissus ● How does or how might biographical research about the author, historical research about the setting or time of publication, and/or other contextual research contribute to a deeper understanding of the primary text? Augustan was a poet in Roman Empire, Much of his work was criticized social and political attitudes promulgated by the regime. Period of Latin literature (before gold age). Could be a criticize of luxury? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Augustan_literature_(ancient_Rome) Research Question/Working Thesis ● What angle do you plan to take? What is/are your research question(s)? Why people are driven by vanity? ● Do you have a current hypothesis or working thesis about the power, meaning, and/or structure of the text? ● How does your developing argument contribute to the broader conversations you’ve been researching? Warning people about being slave of the beauty. Plans ● One of the most important parts of writing a successful research-based paper is management of time and tasks. In this section, therefore, plan out your strategy for the rest of the semester. Look at the due dates on Canvas, reflect on your experience with previous assignments, consider your other deadlines in other courses, and develop a specific strategy for successfully completing this one. Include a timeline with clearly delineated tasks. The Research Project gives you an opportunity to use all of your developing skills in summary, analysis and synthesis to develop and pursue your own line of inquiry. You will embark on an extended investigation into a literary text. Your analysis of a primary text will be informed and complicated by the work of other experts in the field. The end product will be a thoughtful, critical, and persuasive thesis-driven article about the meaning, power, and/or structure of a literary text supported through literary analysis as well as secondary sources. The first step of this research project is a formal Research Project Proposal, in which you present your plans for the project. Your Research Project Proposal will need to cover each of the basic elements described below. Craft a good paragraph for each section; feel free to use the same headings. Research Agenda ● What have you chosen as your primary text(s) and why? ● What is interesting/noteworthy/confusing about this primary text(s)? What makes it worthy of further study? ● What do you hope to learn? Summary of Primary Text ● As with all of the summaries of literary texts we have written about this semester, you'll need to cover the basic plot point, characters, setting, and conflict/resolution of the story. ● Imagine that your audience has either not read this text or has not read it in many years. Your goal is to give them enough information to understand your analysis. Contextual Considerations ● This is where you will discuss the kinds of secondary research you have done/will do. ● What arguments have other literary scholars made about this primary text, about this author, or about similar primary texts? ● How does or how might biographical research about the author, historical research about the setting or time of publication, and/or other contextual research contribute to a deeper understanding of the primary text? Research Question/Working Thesis ● What angle do you plan to take? What is/are your research question(s)? ● Do you have a current hypothesis or working thesis about the power, meaning, and/or structure of the text? ● How does your developing argument contribute to the broader conversations you’ve been researching? ...
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Myth of Narcissus – Research Proposal
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March 22nd, 2019

Research Agenda
The primary text that I have chosen is the Myth of Narcissus. It is one of the most famous
Greek myths. Narcissus was the son of Cephisus the River God and Lyriope the nymph.
Narcissus was known for his beauty and his extraordinary body form made God Apollo love him
so much (Tomkins, 2011). What is noteworthy about this primary text is the lesson that is to be
learned from Narcissus. The text warns people against vanity and it also shows them how being
obsessed with beauty is a dangerous since it is a temporary feature. It teaches people how to
avoid vanity by having the desirable human virtues. It is a lesson that even if someone has some
extraordinary features on them; they are not to be used to disrespect other people and make them
feel useless.
Summary of Primary Texts
The characters of the Narcissus myth are Narcissus and Echo who is described as a
mountain nymph. The setting was in the woods and by a pool. The basic plot point of the
Narcissus ...

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