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The movie mean girls viewed from a psychological perspective

Tiffany is the newest creative producer at Studio 4. She started out as a loner, taking her lunch break by herself and focusing only on her work. Eventually she is noticed by a veteran employee who is quite popular among members in the company. The super calculated but self-conscious Sara, and the leader of the pack, the one who first noticed Tiffany, the gorgeous and beloved Zoe.

  1. The super calculated but self-conscious Sara, and the leader of the pack, the one who first noticed Tiffany, the gorgeous and beloved Zoe.
  2. They get to release their inner teenage girl angst to each other and it feels good.
  3. In it, teenager Cady Heron goes from being home-school in Africa to thrown into the jungle called a public high school in suburbia.

What bonds this group of people is that none of them have any problem vocalizing how they really feel about any and everything to each other, from their bosses demanding nature to the lack of style by a fellow co-worker. But wait, did I forget to mention that this vocalization takes place only among them.

The snickers, the laughs, the side eyes and crude faces. Yes, it only happens in their safe place. The people who see them as amazing have no idea who they truly are and what they are capable of.

The movie mean girls viewed from a psychological perspective

They get to release their inner teenage girl angst to each other and it feels good. Almost as good as watching Lindsey Lohan gets the guy at the end of an American teen comedy written by Tina Fey. Sounds like a familiar group of characters right?

Some of you may be a little confused, so let me rewind and give you some background. In it, teenager Cady Heron goes from being home-school in Africa to thrown into the jungle called a public high school in suburbia. How exactly are these two related in what exactly is this theory?

  • Mean Girls examines the sociology of social groups;
  • The people who see them as amazing have no idea who they truly are and what they are capable of;
  • One day while observing a group of my coworkers I realized how similar they were to the movies characters;
  • How was this theory collected?

Mean Girls examines the sociology of social groups. No matter the setting, personal, professional, or educational; people have the tendency to group and in those groups the individuals reveal a difference side of themselves. Think of this side as a trait you kept stored away in a big filing cabinet. Your mind organizes your traits into files.

I personally have a student schema, a daughter schema, a friend schema, a girlfriend schema, employee schema and many more.

  1. The super calculated but self-conscious Sara, and the leader of the pack, the one who first noticed Tiffany, the gorgeous and beloved Zoe.
  2. She started out as a loner, taking her lunch break by herself and focusing only on her work. Sounds like a familiar group of characters right?
  3. View all mean girls news critic reviews for mean girls all critics the best of the recent clutch of teen movies, mean girls also represents a return to form for the filmmaking wing of from an outside perspective, while other school movies like clueless or easy a seemed closer to.

The most important factor of this schema is that it comes out when and only when that person is amongst their group. Thus, insert my theory. The Mean Girl Theory is that individual has a mean girl trait, rather own up to it or not, that when put in the right group is showcased more than ever expected. How was this theory collected? One day while observing a group of my coworkers I realized how similar they were to the movies characters.

The movie mean girls viewed from a psychological perspective

Now, think about your classmates, or coworkers. Think about the cliques or people who group together. Now think about which character description they would identify with.