Rusty James’s goal is he wants everyone to respect him and he does not want to be alone. To reach those goal he has to fight everyone who do not like him and hang out with his best friends and his brother. He made a mistake when he cheated on his girlfriend that makes her leave
The coaches and teammates had to yell at each other so they could hear what plays to run over all the noise in the stadium. Psychological noise was also present at the beginning of the movie in the way the team’s feelings towards one another affected their
As the boy grows older with this point of view, he comes to know the world as predominantly evil. The isolation of the father and son from the rest of the world because of their being ‘good guys’ and the overt maliciousness of everyone else they come into contact with enforces this view point. The father’s alienation is different. He becomes consumed with the boy’s survival and well-being, not his own. This causes him to make decisions that the boy views as wrong in order to survive.
Annan in his essay also admired the transparency in football because he believes that it is missing in the UN. When he writes "This is an event in which everybody knows where their team stands, and what it did to get there." It shows that "he wishes they had more of that sort of competition in the family of nations". He mentioned to the accountability in football and he says "governments being held accountable" to show that it is one of his wishes in the UN. In Annan's opinion, If we are not as united as we should be, that is because it is a reflection of the world we live in and that's why it was so exciting to be in somewhere during the World Cup.
They typically emphasize that men are supposed to be unemotional, powerful and successful beings. Furthermore, these codes, or more accurately, “set of rules” allow other males to constantly scrutinize their peers, determining if they measure up to what is expected of them. This never ending judgment of actions and behaviors causes severe issues in various aspects of a male’s life, for example, risk-taking, anger management, depression, health risks, and drug abuse to name a few. Evident in the style the article is written in, the audience this piece is aimed toward is men. Moreover, the article is directed to those men that follow the “guy code” since they are the one who relate the most to the situations described.
Psychological theories explain why an individual behaves and is motivated to do things. Theories uncover other aspects of a person’s life and bring understanding as to why they did things and how their life turned out. Through using these theories, I can conclude that Pete was motivated and possibly driven very hard by his father. Being the oldest and his father being a semi-pro football player, he was constantly prodded to be a successful athlete. Once conquering the amateur level and attaining the major league level, his environment affected his other behaviors.
Coach Knight used discipline to reinforce his motivational tools by being fair to all and never playing favorites. He disciplined players for performing poorly by threatening to take away scholarships, benching starters or throwing players out of practice if the behavior persisted. He reinforced his leadership
The teammates all know who did this to Thad; it was Alex, but they weren’t about to tattle tail. Thad has some suspicion that it is Alex, because he is always giving Alex a hard time, so he thinks “he has a chip on his shoulder for me, so it has to be him”. Alex also feels that Thad may know so he “Self Monitories”
According to the Motivational Theory, Brett Favre was put on this earth to play football; he lives for football. The forces within Favre drove him to keep playing football. The level of conflict Favre has going inside is insanely high. As a superstar football player made a big decision to come back and play more football, there were many people he feels he must please to keep his fame. The anxiety level that comes along with these conflicts has to be tremendous on oneself.
In the film "Remember the Titians" directed by Boaz Yakin an important relationship is formed between American football players Gerry Betrier, white captain and Julius Campbell, black defender. Visual and oral techniques used in this film to help convey these ideas are the use of music, costume and close up camera shot. This relationship between Gerry and Julius helps convey the ideas of brotherhood, equality and not to judge people. At the start of the film Gerry and Julius were quick to judge each other by their skin color, they were like enemies and treated each other with hatred. During training camp and being forced to dorm with each other they soon learn to put aside their differences and accept each other.