Psychological Influence of Dysfunctional Parents on Adult Children, Sibling Groups, and Romantic Partners in Three Woody Allen Films: Interiors, Hannah and Her Sisters, and Alice
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The purpose of the research of this thesis was to determine how and toward what goals Woody Allen shows the influence of dysfunctional parents and families on their adult children, sibling groups of those children, and those children's romantic choices in Interiors, Hannah and Her Sisters, and Alice. Methodology includes the ideas of noted psychological pioneers as well as the results of current scientific studies. Relationships in these films mirror findings which reveal that dysfunctional parents produce both well-adjusted and troubled children and that offspring are more likely than parents to overcome emotional challenges. It is useful to realize that sibling groups are often the strongest family relationships, in part, because they are typically the ones that last the longest.
Dorn, Rita F., "Psychological Influence of Dysfunctional Parents on Adult Children, Sibling Groups, and Romantic Partners in Three Woody Allen Films: Interiors, Hannah and Her Sisters, and Alice" (2009). FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 666.
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