PCN-107 Topic 2 Media Analysis Worksheet Assignment

For this assignment, you will be required to watch a film or television show with an identified main character, and complete the attached worksheet.

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Topic 2: Media Analysis Worksheet


Watch a film or television show, listen to a radio program, or read a short story with an identified main character. Answer the following questions with a minimum of 250 words each.

  1. What is the name of the show/movie/story and who was the main character examined?
  2. Briefly describe the conflict the main character experienced, what drove the story?
  3. Using Freud’s theory, what psychodynamic structures (id, ego, and superego) were in conflict, what were the desires of each structure? e.g., A boy’s Id may want the boy to ask a girl out but his Ego might resist the urge because he could get turned down and feel hurt.
  4. Review psychoanalytic defense mechanisms, identify and describe three defenses used by any of the characters in the show.
  5. Using Adler’s Individual psychotherapy, briefly describe how feelings of inferiority may contribute to the conflict in the media observed.

Course: PCN-107: Introduction to Counseling Theories
School: Grand Canyon University

  • 26/07/2020
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