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    their own self-perception (Santrock, 2014). Erik Erikson’s theory states that there are eight developmental stages from birth to late adulthood. The fifth stage takes place around 10 years old till 20 years old, and this stage is for identity versus identity confusion. During this stage, adolescents ask questions about answering who, where and what they vision for the future as an individual (Santrock, 2014). Erikson states that during this stage, adolescents go through a ‘psychosocial…

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    Mathison, there are many examples of developmental theories of psychology. Throughout the entire movie, all of the children exhibited examples of varying developmental theories. Elliot went through cognitive childhood development; Michael went through the nurture side of nature vs. nurture and intellectual development; Gertie fit into Piaget 's theory of concrete operational; and lastly all the children came together with their different personalities and stages in development in order to help…

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    development based off Erikson’s stages of development. We met at a local coffee shop in Topeka that both of us were familiar with. I chose to study this particular stage of development because it is the one I am currently preparing the most for. The decisions I make today will prepare for and affect my future. The stage of development I am currently in will lead into a career, self-confidence, and building a family with a husband and children, which are all descriptors of the stage of…

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    know yourself, the more patience you have for what you see in others.” Erik Erikson. Erik Erikson described eight stages of development. Berger (2014) stated that each characterized by a particular challenge, or developmental crisis.” Pg. 41 unlike Sigmund Freud, “Erikson’s stages emphasize family and culture, not sexual urges.” and, “Erikson recognizes adult development, with three stages after adolescence.” Berger (2014).Pg. 41 Erik Erikson’s psychosocial development include Trust vs Mistrust…

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    The Painting on Ivory depicts King Khosrow and Queen Shirin in the Garden Court and was constructed by Persian Rovhani during the 20th century. The lively scene makes its presence known in that it is vivid in its use of color yet uniform all the same, the text is included around the images rather than the other way around, and the individual events are separated into discrete horizontal sections yet are woven together seamlessly into the fabric of the scene. In addition, the narrative of the…

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    of liquor, but not in abundances of scenes of drinking and partying as empty cups and bottle were used. I thought this decision was bothersome and I’m unsure why it was implemented this way. Furthermore, early in the play Sir Toby stumbled onto stage, drunk nonetheless, and burps were played of the speakers. Not only was Melanie Schultz, the actor who played Sir Toby, poor in timing the sounds with her burping “movement,” but it was also the only time the loud speakers were used during the…

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    Experience: When I realized where my seat was I was a little angry. I was sitting in the front row (row A). When Mark Kendall (The Magic Negro first) appeared on stage, he was very warming and welcoming. This made me feel at ease and not so upset about being in the very front. His scenes were very clever. I really enjoyed the Dr. Seuss scene because he made the story into something that related to the topic. In his version of Green, Eggs, & Ham a white person told Sam he does not say the N word…

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    Daniels had the whole stage to himself; so this meant he could manoeuvre around and do as much as he wants without anyone in his way. This created a thought-provoking atmosphere because you didn’t know what was coming next… By looking at a nearly empty stage with so little props was significant because during the war everyone had little of everything and it showed solitude. Many scenes cross cut like; the playground, church, isolated war zone etc... The simplicity of the stage was vital; it…

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    Imagine being at your favorite artist’s concert and singing along to your favorite song with your friends and having a great night. Then, the music stops and you hear ear defining sounds coming from inside the arena. You look around and see blood, bomb fragments, and people running all around you trying to escape the nightmare. This was a reality for thousands of people at Ariana Grande’s concert in Manchester in May. The terrorist attack at Ariana Grande’s concert in Manchester caused an…

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    Introduction I saw Radford University’s production of Junie B. in Jingle bells, Batman smells on Saturday, December 3rd. Junie B. was a popular children’s book by Barbara Parks. Her books have sold over 60 million copies in North America alone and the series was on the New York Times bestseller list for 180 weeks. Parks passed away on Friday, November 15th, 2013. This play was adapted from Park’s 25th book by Allison Gregory and was debuted on November 15th, 2009 and ran until December 27, 2009…

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