Movie review- Pursuit of Hapiness

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1 GED 109 Accent and Identity in Films Final Paper – 40% Date: 21 December 2017 Guidelines: Choose a film in our courses except those you presented or discussed in in-class film analysis. Analyze the film in relation to accents and stereotypes with the evidence from books and/or journal articles. You are required to submit both the hard and soft copies of the paper. You have to submit the paper in person for checking. Any improper citation or plagiarized sentences have to be corrected immediately with mark deduction or zero marks will be given. Choose ONE for analysis: Mulan Pocahontas My Fair Lady The King’s Speech English Vinglish Hidden Figures Bride and Prejudice Rendition The Kingdom The Devil Wears Prada Hotel Transylvania The Pursuit of Happyness Structure (1000-1200 words): • Introduce your paper with a purpose, significance, and the definition of stereotypes (100 words) • Present the synopsis and introduce the main characters in the film (200 words) • Demonstrate the features of certain accents and relate the accent to the identities of characters. Discuss two types of stereotypes (e.g. gender and social class; ethnic and gender) depending on the plot of the film and/or the accents that the characters speak (450-600 words) • - Analyze two types of stereotypes in depth in the film - Provide examples/scenes in the film - Support your analysis with books or journal articles Show the effects of stereotypes on audience (e.g. children/teenagers/adults/general public etc.) (200 words) • Summarize your discussion (100 words) • Attach the references at the end (excluded in the word limit) 2 Online submission: Moodle (by 21 Dec @ 3a.m.) File Name: Final Paper_17XXXX (student no.) * You can submit ONCE only! Hard-copy submission in person: (21 Dec @ 2-4pm at LG555) • Required information at the top left-hand corner (see the sample) • Title: centered and bold • Fonts: Times New Roman with size 12 • Margins (all edges): 1 inch/ 2.5cm • Page number on each page (insert the header) • Paragraphing: Double-lined spacing • Word Count: xxx words (at the end of the essay) (Word limit: 1000-1200 words) • Format, In-text citation, and References (on a separate page) with the APA Style (heavy mark penalty or failing grade for missing/improper citation and references; any plagiarized sentences will lead to zero mark) • Print double-sided * 2 marks will be deducted for each missing item Order of submission (staple/clip all together): 1. Final Paper 2. Signed Declaration Form * Please submit the essay by the deadline or it will be considered as LATE SUBMISSION * 5-mark deduction of each-day-late submission Name, student #, course code, submission date May Wong (170123) 3 GED 109 X December 2017 centered and bold  XXX Stereotypes in Film Name Introduction (Provide headings) Indention in new paragraph Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. Introduction. 2.5cm/1 inch Introduction. Introduction. margin All Summary margins ! Summary and introduction of main character. Summary and introduction of main character. Summary and introduction of main character. Summary and introduction of main character. Summary and introduction of main character. Summary and introduction of main character. Summary and introduction of main character. Summary and introduction of main character. Summary and introduction of main character. Relationship between the accents and stereotypes of the characters Relationship between the accents and identities of the characters. Relationship between the accents and identities of the characters. Relationship between the accents and identities of the characters. Relationship between the accents and identities of the characters. Relationship between the accents and identities of the characters. Relationship between the accents and identities of the characters. Relationship between the accents and identities of the characters. Relationship between the accents and identities of the characters. Double -lined spacing 4 Effects of stereotypes on audience Effects of stereotypes on audience. Effects of stereotypes on audience. Effects of stereotypes on audience. Effects of stereotypes on audience. Effects of stereotypes on audience. Effects of stereotypes on audience. Effects of stereotypes on audience. Effects of stereotypes on audience. Effects of stereotypes on audience. Effects of stereotypes on audience. Effects of stereotypes on audience. Effects of stereotypes on audience. Conclusion Conclusion. Conclusion. Conclusion. Conclusion. Conclusion. Conclusion. Conclusion. Conclusion. Conclusion. Conclusion. Conclusion. Conclusion. Conclusion. Conclusion. (1100 words)  word count at the end 5 References (in alphabetical order) Hanging Bird, S. E. (1996). Not my fantasy: The persistence of Indian imagery in Dr. Quinn, Medicine Indent Woman. In S. E. Bird (Ed.), Dressing in feathers: The construction of the Indian in American Set in Format 1” popular culture (pp. 245–261). Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Bird, S. E. (2003). The audience in everyday life: Living in a media world. New York: Routledge. Bobo, J. (1989). Sifting through the controversy: Reading The Color Purple. Callaloo, 39, 332–342. Bobo, J. (1995). Black women as cultural readers. New York: Columbia University Press. Bogle, D. (2001). Toms, coons, mulattoes, mammies, and bucks: An interpretive history of blacks in American films. New York: Continuum. Bowes, M. (1990). Only when I laugh. In A. Goodwin & G. Whannel (Eds.), Understanding television (pp. 128–140). London: Routledge. Bowman, J., Lawrence, M., Milmore, J., Carew, T., & Williams, S.-A. (Executive producers). (1992–1997). Martin [Television series]. Los Angeles, CA: Fox. Box Office Prophets. (n.d.). Rush hour 2. Retrieved March 3, 2005, from http:// www.boxofficeprophets.com/tickermaster/listing.cfm?TMID=169 Casey, B., Casey, N., Calvert, B., French, L., & Lewis, J. (2002). Television studies: The key concepts. London: Routledge. Condit, C. M. (1989). The rhetorical limit of polysemy. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 6, 103–122. Denzin, N. K. (2002). Reading race: Hollywood and the cinema of racial violence. London: Sage.

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Running Head: 'THE PURSUIT OF HAPPYNESS'

'The Pursuit Of Happyness'
NAME OF STUDENT
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'THE PURSUIT OF HAPPYNESS'

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GED 109 Accents and Identity In Films-The Film Is "The Pursuit Of Happyness"
Introduction
This paper discusses the life lessons, relationships, struggles, and overcoming difficult
times, which is essential for in life. The major purpose of this paper is to show "The Pursuit of
Happyness” is attainable for everyone regardless of one’s race. It is commonly known that being
the minority in any situation makes things harder in comparison to others, just like being black in
a white society lowers your chances of achieving the things you want. The paper talks about
stereotyping and how one can work against it to make it in life. The definition of stereotype: is
an idea or thought among a large group of people towards certain individuals or certain
behaviors of those people which are intended to generalize those people (Arendt and Paul, 2007).
That idea might not be accurate and may bring about prejudice, mockery, and discrimination of
target group of people. Stereotype might be targeted to the certain ethnic group, social class,
religion or gender. The American dream is pot rayed as a stereotype where the certain group of
people, the white people is assumed to be the one who should live a decent life, drive good cars,
educate their children in good schools while the black people are perceived to be poor and not
supposed to life American dream.
Synopsis of The Film
The Pursuit of Happyness is a blockbuster movie directed by Gabriele Muccino and
written by Steve Conrad (Movieman Trailers, 2013). The movie is based on a true story that
demonstrat...

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