Part 1: Introduction: Introduce the topic and goals of the paper. Part 2: The Ch

Part 1: Introduction: Introduce the topic and goals of the paper.
Part 2: The Character
Describe the character you’ve selected.
Age, gender identity, job/role, etc.
Describe the context.
What is the time setting?
What environment is this person in?
What is the challenge?
What experiences or people have influenced the character?
You may also include geographical area, neighborhood, privilege, traumatic experiences, values, abilities, etc.
How do the character’s family, peers, and/or community impact the character’s experience or development?
What role does college play in the life of the character?
Part 3: The Student Development Theory (should be in-depth: about 1/4 of the paper)
Identify the theory.
Whose theory is it? When and how did it come to be? Include any information about the initial study and any follow-up studies.
Describe the theory. Include all steps/stages/vectors/positions, etc..
Review of the Literature
What have others said about this? Reinforced studies? Criticism? Divergent theories?
Use books and peer-reviewed articles only.
Part 4: The Case Study: Character & Theory Analysis (should be in-depth: about 1/4 of the paper)
Identify clear examples of the character’s actions, behaviors, or expressions that demonstrate his or her place within the theory that you have chosen.
List ONE component of a theory at a time; then list one or more examples that demonstrate that component.
Continue listing one theory component, then discussing the behaviors (words, feelings, etc.) that demonstrate your argument.
Describe these situations and theories for an audience that has not seen the film and is not acquainted with the theory.
Part 5: Summary/Conclusion: reinforce the main points. What main ideas did you demonstrate through the paper? What do you most want the reader to know or understand?

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