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"A Class Divided" and "Quiet Rage"
A discussion of the documentaries "A Class Divided" and "Quiet Rage".
# 138800 | 750 words | 0 sources | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Film (Documentary) , Psychology (General)

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These papers discuss two documentaries, "A Class Divided" and "Quiet Rage," and apply psychological concepts and key theories to the respective films. Each paper is a brief summary and elaborates on a concept discussed in the writer's class.

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"This film, a record of a 1970 experiment done by an Iowa Schoolteacher named Jane Elliot, gives third graders a firsthand account of the psychological, social and specific academic ramifications of discrimination. In the forty-five minute documentary, the teacher takes her class and divides them into a blue-eyed group and a brown-eyed group. The blue eyed group, on the first day, gets special privileges that the brown eyes don't get, and reinforces the notion that the blue eyes are better through praise. The brown-eyed group wears special collars to further differentiate the two groups. On the second day, however, the..."

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