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Movie Application with Interpersonal Communication
Journalism & Communication
Pages 4 (1004 words)
Movie Application with Interpersonal Communication Introduction The movie, which I have selected in order to observe and analyze interpersonal conflicts, is ‘My Cousin Vinny’. The reason behind selection of this movie is the association between its story and some of the common interpersonal conflict concepts.
The story takes a turn when someone shoots the store clerk to death. Police officials come to the store in order to collect evidence. The murderers’ descriptions given by the witnesses accidentally match with the appearance of Bill and Stan. The police officials arrest both friends for the court prosecution. Bill’s mother sends an attorney, Vinny, to handle Bill’s case. Vinny, who has been shown as the cousin of Bill, takes the case and becomes the lawyer of Bill and Stan. “He has no courtroom experience, and indeed no experience at all except with a few personal injury cases” (Ebert, 1992). Vinny tries to deceive the judge by saying that he is a well-experienced lawyer whereas the judge doubts his qualification and experience. With all this drama and confusion, the story continues and ends with the dismissal of all charges against Bill and Stan. Interpersonal Conflicts Concepts Having described the plot of the movie, let us now discuss some interpersonal communication concepts in relationship with some specific behaviors found in the movie. The interpersonal communication concepts, which will be included in discussion, are legitimate power, harmful conflicts, and beneficial conflicts. Legitimate power is a form of power, which a person can exercise where needed. ...
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