Legally Blonde Essays
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Movies are one of the many forms of popular culture. Even though popular culture comes with various definitions, it is a culture that is favored by the mass media. Moreover, psychology can be a component of popular culture. A psychological concept that can be in movies is intrinsic and extrinsic motivations. The textbook, Human Development for Nursing, by Reilly (2020), defined intrinsic and extrinsic motivations as follows: “Intrinsic motivation is based on internal factors such as organismic needs (competence, relatedness,...
This paper aims to investigate and explain the movement of what feminism is in the context of popular culture, specifically in the area of film, and how this area of pop culture has influenced film. What Is Popular Culture? There are many views and definitions to what popular culture is, but intrinsically, popular culture is the traditions, beliefs, perspectives, ideas and aspects of material culture that are most dominant by the majority of the population or is widely favored by...
‘Legally Blonde’ is a 2001 American movie directed by Robert Luketic and starring such amazing actors as Reese Witherspoon, Luke Wilson, Selma Blair, Mathew Davis, and Victor Garber. This film is inspired by the book of Amanda Brown. It wasn’t only a narrative about how a stereotypical girl was able to live and transcend her labels, it was also a story of friendship, happiness, and the goal of learning and better understanding oneself. This story starts with Elle Woods, a...
When it comes to the muted group theory, the concept is fairly simple. It states that those who hold the power in a room tend to have their ideas communicated better and those who do not have such strong language hold less power. When the more powerful groups are conversing, the other groups must find themselves changing their communication style in order to adapt to those of power. In regards to the movie ‘Legally Blonde’, the entire plot of the...