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Interpersonal Conflict in Film
Journalism & Communication
Pages 3 (753 words)
Interpersonal Conflict in Film Deborah Clasky has the character of being too imposing that John, her husband, Bernice, her daughter, Evelyn, her mother, and Flor their house helper could hardly resist. At some point in the movie film, somewhere almost at the last part of it, there is a depiction of interpersonal conflict between Deborah and John (Brooks, 2004).
The movie film ended without showing how such conflict is handled, and in fact, there is no proof of it at all. The work at hand tries to discuss why the conflict was not handled effectively and what could have been done differently. Interpersonal conflict happens when individuals fail to agree or share on the same views, which is an upshot of having varied interests or goals (Rahim, 2011). This is exactly what happened to Deborah and John. At some point, these two characters have varying point of views in life, even wants, desires and goals, that each of them failed to manage to understand. The movie film shows a little portion for effective communication between Deborah and John especially during the confrontation. Deborah talks so much of words that her husband, John, could hardly catch up. There was a depiction of poor communication process in this case, making the entire conversation between Deborah and John so monotonous that the latter failed to emphasize his points to allow the former to know his stand. In other words, one clear reason why the depicted interpersonal conflict was not handled effectively is due to the lack of focus to emphasize a good point of view for better communication, which has to be a two-way process between the receiver and the speaker. ...
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