Lorelai Gilmore

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    the feeling of nostalgia of late nights watching the show, “Gilmore Girls.” Anyone who watches it develops a bond with the main characters, Lorelai and Rory Gilmore. They begin to love the quirky humor and snide comments common in each episode. Fans become a part of the show and can recite almost every famous quote. All of this is caused by the complementing duo, Lorelai and Rory. Lorelai, Rory’s mother, raises Rory in the unconventional, small town of Stars Hollow. They experience life’s ups and downs with each others help and wisdom. Lorelai and Rory both have qualities that reflect and enhance the others. Their similar characteristics strengthen their bond and helps create the tone while the differences add more depth and conflict to the show.…

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    Lorelai Gilmore is a thirty-two-year-old White American, single mother who lives with her sixteen-year-old daughter Rory in Star Hollow- Connecticut. She got pregnant to Rory at the age of sixteen and did not get married to Rory’s father. Lorelai comes from a very wealthy, educated and high-demanding family, but her early pregnancy deeply impaired their relationship. Therefore, she tries to stand on her own legs and works as a manager in a Hotel. Her daughter Rory is above average intelligent…

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    presenting problem in the case of Lorelai Gilmore, Lorelai struggles to be a healthy romantic committed relationship. When she feels herself becoming too attached to her partner she finds any reason to leave, no matter how good her partner is. Looking at Lorelai’s past and present shows an insecure attachment to her parents, which has effected different areas of her life, most promote is her romantic life. Some precipitating factors are Lorelai’s relationship with her parents are very insecure.…

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    Lorelai, a single mother, raises Rory, her daughter as both a friend and a parent; however, some may argue Lorelai is the child in the duo. When sixteen years old, Lorelai found out she was pregnant with her high school boyfriend, Christopher. Lorelai fled her wealthy family to go live on her own and work as a maid at the local Independence Inn; here she lived in a shed behind the inn with infant Rory. From the day Lorelai moved out, she progressed in the hospitality industry becoming the…

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    Gilmore Girls: A Fan Culture Fan cultures offer more engagement and interaction with a particular narrative. People within the fan cultures of television shows often participate in gatherings such as “watch party” rituals as well as acts of ostension that allow them to interact more deeply with the narrative. Fan culture members often have collections of memorabilia, participate in fan conventions, participate in discussions about their feelings involving the particular thing they are a fan of,…

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    will never be forgiven but will continue to weigh down her family, tearing them farther away from any hope of the possibility to be a happy family once again. The television series Gilmore Girls displays a family from popular culture in desperate need of aid from a Marriage and Family Therapist. Gilmore Girls tells the story of the Gilmore family consisting of Richard and Emily Gilmore, their daughter Lorelai, and her 16-year-old daughter Rory. The Gilmore family lives a life of luxury and…

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    Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life is almost here and many have high expectations for it. Long time viewers of the show back in its prime time are looking forward to the fast talking characters. But are they going to live up to the expectations? Lorelai Gilmore and Rory Gilmore make up the Gilmore Girls. The two characters come from Amy Sherman-Palladino’s comedy drama and soon the world is going to see a revival. With Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life going to premiere on Netflix, many…

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    The interpersonal dynamics between Emily –Lorelai were addressed in the fist step, because this relationship pattern laid the foundation of the relationship between Lorelai and Rory in some way. At this point, the multigenerational transmission process of Gilmores should be assessed. Fundamentally, this concept refers significant dynamics and emotional response patterns transferred from generation to generation. Hence, while taking into account of these attitudes, beliefs and behavioral…

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    My favorite TV show is Gilmore Girls, it has a unique style with its fast-paced dialogue and well known references. Producers filmed shots long and uninterrupted so they could film it in a single shot. The characters have very complex yet interesting lives especially the main two; Lorelai and Rory Gilmore. Lorelai is the mother and best friend to Rory. She has multiple relationships throughout the show yet through it all Rory is always her main focus in life. She basically spits witty comments…

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    Gilmore Girls: Gender stereotypes Gilmore girls is an American TV show built on the basis of teen pregnancy with Lorelai and Emily assuming centre stage. Of significance in the show are the themes of feminism and role of women in the family. In this light Lorelai and Emily, her mother, are complete contrasts with each taking an opposite stand in the subject. Emily takes on the role of conservatist while Lorelai is a radical in the sense that she is not only initiative and a free thinker but also…

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