Also, he gets loud in public and argues with people when he feels a certain type of way. The only thing that could have caused this fixation is when he was a baby his mother would always put food in his mouth to stop him from crying because he was always crying and being loud. 2. Would Freudian theory describe Hanks eating and argumentative behaviors as being internally or externally motivated? Explain the motivation.
Answer 2: Hank’s argumentative and eating behaviors are internally motivated. As a child he was exposed to immediate oral gratification by crying loudly. His mother immediately fed him again, even though he had been fed shortly before. Thus, this oral craving/fixation manifested into an obsession with oral stimulation, in adulthood. The nail biting, smoking, constant chewing was all symbolic of oral gratification.
Jules can still be considered a child himself, considering he spends most of his time trying to be the young adult he wished he still were. Baby is depended upon her father whenever one of them had to tackle through almost anything, “…Jules and I had always been best friends. When he was broke, I was broke. When you considered his situation, you also had to consider mine (pg.71)”. As time goes by, Baby runs away due to her own father abusing her when he finds out about all the attention she has been giving to a pimp.
He has carers came into his home three times a day, but his wife cares for him the rest of the time. Over time, his wife has became increasingly aggressive. One night, when he asked her to help him to the toilet, she pushed him and he fell, hitting his head. She then helped him up and slapped him across the face. Sexual abuse: Types: This can be direct or indirect sexual activities where the vulnerable adult cannot or dose not agree to it.
He dislikes Auggie and tries to convince the other students that if they touch him, they will develop "The Plague." He bullied Auggie and told most of the grade to isolate him, and Jack Will for becoming friends with Auggie. At the end of the story, Julian's parents take him out of Beecher, as they say they don't feel Beecher Prep is an "inclusion school" and they think Auggie shouldn't have been admitted. Justin: Via's boyfriend. He is somewhat shocked by Auggie's appearance but is very kind to him.
This approach views personality as being primarily unconscious and as developing in stages. Psychodynamic theorists believe that behavior is merely a surface characteristic and that to truly understand someone’s personality we have to explore the symbolic meanings of behavior and the deep inner workings of the mind. These ideas were presented by the architect of psychoanalytic theory-Sigmund Freud. Most psychodynamic perspectives emphasize that early experiences with parents play an important role in sculpting the individual’s personality. Freud believed the personality had three structures - the id, the ego, and the super-ego.
Then, as time is passed, gradually they can forget the excessively sorrowful memories one by one. By this representation, I wished that whatever pain it was, there could be some ways to escape from the nightmare someday. "Now Halle's face between the butter press and the churn swelled larger and larger, crowding her eyes and making her head hurt." (Beloved, p 101) This quotation represents that Halle, one of the slaves went crazy with sorrow and pain after he saw his wife Sethe was stolen her milk and was bitten to harshly from her owner. He may had extreme remorse and regreat that he could not
He had issues and sadly they were not identified in time to prevent the tragedy that later occurred. Kip Kinkel was troubled in many ways socially, sociologists are trying to pinpoint why he hung out with the “bad crowd” and the influences it had on Kinkel. Kinkel struggled academically and was not social with the students at his school. Even though he had friends, he felt isolated. The Social Learning Theory by Albert Bandura states that because of the crowd he hung out with, he was influenced to be bad.
(78) The poet states, “We romped until the pans slid from the kitchen shelf, my mother’s countenance could not unfrown itself.” (5-8) The word “romped” (5) is cleverly used by Roethke because it gives a clear image of the father carelessly manhandling his son as the house is being wrecked. (78) The helpless mother watches in disapproval but does not retaliate because she is terrified by the father’s behavior. The mother is obviously petrified by the fathers actions because the poet