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CIA Paper #2: Analyzing Leadership for Relational and Conflict Management
1. Read
this entire information sheet first. 2. View
the movie/film you selected for CIA Paper #2. You must use that movie selection
for this assignment. Do not use outside resources to glean analysis or research
about the film. Use the materials provided for this course and your own
insights and observations (see note below about “plagiarism†and “originality.â€
3. Read,
view, and contemplate all readings in Module 5.
4. Review
the “Terms for Application and Analysis” list below. These terms are
drawn from all of the readings and viewings across Module 5. Select a total of
15 of the terms listed below, FIVE TERMS
FROM EACH COLUMN in that list that you can feasibly use to analyze and
explain the leadership style(s), group dynamics, and/or problem-solving
challenges presented in the film.
So far so good? You are reading about
leadership and small group communication processes, watching the movie you
chose to see which of the concepts from our reading apply therein, and then
using both to understand and illuminate various types of leadership styles,
group dynamics, and/or problem-solving challenges as they exist in your film. 5. Using
the movie and the chapter concepts listed below (five from each column), design
your paper as outlined in the “Essay Instructions and Requirements”
below. Use MLA or APA format for heading, header, title, spacing, font styles.
Turn your CIA Paper in on the due date TO THE DROPBOX, and remember, too, that
this dropbox is set to “plagiarism prevention†coordination with TURNITIN.COM;
be sure your work is your own – 95-100% of the words, phrases, etc. must be
original to YOU and this paper alone or you do not earn a grade for the paper
but earn a “0 instead!)
ESSAY
INSTRUCTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
A. Put the following
information in the top left corner: Name
Name
of the assignment
Name
of movie chosen and approved
Word
Count
B.
Write an 800-1000 word essay (WITH A TYPED IN WORD COUNT) organized around
three SPECIFIC communication that appear in the
film. Put the actual word count in the heading for your paper (see above
heading example).
C. Include an
introduction, three body paragraphs (one for each conflict you choose to
analyze), and a conclusion paragraph. 1.
The introduction must include: attention-getting device,
orientation/link material to drive toward preview statement, and a soundly
crafted, three-pronged preview statement clearly and distinctly referencing
your purpose and the three main ideas you will use to drive your main argument
(Very “speech-like,” right? That’s one of our major goals!)
Relational
development almost always involves strategic negotiation of power, gender
roles, and conflicting ideals held by each partner in that relationship.
2.
The body paragraphs must each begin with a different topic sentence
about a different conflict in your movie. · Each
topic sentence must introduce one of the three
main conflicts you plan to analyze/examine from the movie. · As
you write your essay, you MUST USE,
UNDERLINE, and CITE a TOTAL OF 15 DIFFERENT, RELEVANT CONCEPTS FROM the list of
“Terms for Application and Analysis, five from each of the columns in the
terms list as noted. You must pick five from column A, five from column
B, and five from column C. Name the 15 concepts as you apply them, underlining
and numbering each as you use it. If you
don’t underline it, you don’t get credit for using it (even if it’s
there). Break up the use of the terms
to be approximately equal across the body paragraphs. What does that mean?
It means there should be about 5 used in each body paragraph (not 12 in body
paragraph 1, then 3 in body paragraph 2, and none in body paragraph 3; show
your public speaking prowess by demonstrating in your written communication
what we now know to be true for public communication: balance of content and
support is better!
· So,
the body of this essay will essentially illuminate the causes, effects, and
outcomes involved in the three character conflicts you pick. An on-target topic
sentence for one body paragraph might look like this: “The
first conflict occurs between Charlie and Rose, as the two professional battle
for status and leadership authority in their new roles as managers.â€
3.
The conclusion paragraph must: reinforce the thesis of the paper, draw
AT LEAST TWO vivid, meaningful conclusions about conflict cause and resolution,
and then extend the conclusions out to make them valid and important for our
class audience.
D. Do NOT summarize the
plot of the movie. That will get you a
“D†or possibly even an “F,†(since I already saw the movies, a summary helps
no one; more importantly, summarizing the events does not at all fulfill the
“analysis” or “application” part of this assignment, which
is its whole goal, make sense?). E. Use transitional
devices strategically throughout your paper to move readers through your
message.
This assignment helps us fulfill our “Gordon Rule” writing
requirement for all speech courses here at SPC (3000 words closely viewed and
evaluated by your instructor). Any essay worth the time it takes a thoughtful
writer to compose includes internal
transitions and signposts to help guide readers through its maze of ideas.
This is true of public speaking presentations as well: In any truly effective
speech, transitional devices are vital for listeners to follow and grasp your
message. Use them in your paper, please.
F. Submit the paper on
time to the grading dropbox; papers will NOT be accepted late. *LIST OF
MOVIES FROM WHICH TO CHOOSE (*YOU
MUST USE ONE FROM THIS LIST OR GET WRITTEN/EMAIL PERMISSION FROM INSTRUCTOR TO
REQUEST AND SECURE APPROVAL FOR ANY OTHER MOVIE NOT LISTED BELOW)
NOTE: Some of these movies
are available to be checked out for FREE from SPC’s library system or from the
Pinellas County Library Cooperative which includes the Clearwater
libraries. Some may be available through
a classmate’s personal collection or cable/satellite service. Almost all of them are available through
NetFlix, can be purchased quite cheaply at Amazon.com or Ebay.com, or can be
downloaded on your computer or phone for less than $5.00.
The
King’s Speech (2010); Tom Hooper
Mona
Lisa Smile (2003); Mike Newell
Easy
“A” (2010); Will Gluck
The
Social Network (2010); David Fincher
The
Pursuit of Happyness (2006); Gabrielle Muccino
Juno
(2007); Jason Reitman
Powder
(1995); Victor Salva
Dead
Poet’s Society (1989); Peter Weir
Like
Water for Chocolate (1992); Alfsonso Alau
TERMS FOR
APPLICATION AND ANALYSIS (PICK 5 from each column!)
COLUMN A
COLUMN B
COLUMN C
Leadership v. leader
Expeditor
Problem components – undesirable v desired situation and
obstacles between them
Designated v. emergent leader
Gate Keeper
Task difficulty
Situational context
Harmonizer
Number of possible solutions
Highly structured (or highly unstructured) context
Interpreter
Group member interest in problem
Relational oriented style
Expert Power
Group familiarity with problem
Task-oriented style
Referent Power
Need for solution acceptance
Leader elimination
Information Power
Problem statement
Leader candidate
Reward and Coercive Power
Problem question
Leader emergence
Stage-hog
Brainstorming session
Providing, seeking, evaluating information
Monopolizer
Clarify, organize, evaluate ideas
soliciting evaluative information
Egghead
Nominal group technique
Goal setting
Agenda making
Clarifying
Summarizing
Self-Confessor
Consensus Rule
Legitimate power
Joker
Minority rule by authority
Productive conflict
Blocker
Social decision maker
Autocratic
Withdrawer
Religious decision maker
Democratic
Aggressor
Six hats method
Laissez Faire
Doormat
Theoretical decision maker
Direct leadership
Maintenance group roles
Aesthetic decision maker
Participative leadership
Task group roles
Economic decision maker
Achievement-Oriented leadership
Negative group roles
Political decision maker