Based on your readings for this Week, access the Personality Theory Matrix and complete the requested information in Column D section for Neo-Psychoanalytic theory and Column E for Behavioral theory. You can use this information to support your Discussion post and response this week.
• Review the Learning Resources, focusing on theorists, cultural considerations, assessments/interventions, limitations, and unique aspects of both neo-psychoanalytic theory and behavioral theory.
Post one key idea from the neo-psychoanalytic theoretical orientation and one from behavioral theory. What is a main difference between these theoretical orientations? What is similar between these theories? Which one do you more closely align with?
continue addressing the exploration of social boundaries through Shakespeare’s use of doubles, Maria and Sir Toby Belch successfully challenge both gender roles and social roles. This is primarily through their status. Maria is Olivia’s maid, whereas Sir Toby is related to, or “consanguineous” to Olivia, immediately heightening his social status. Even Sir Toby’s vocative ‘sir’ reiterates this difference in social hierarchy. However by the end of the play, within the subplot, Sir Toby and Maria marry. This could suggest that Maria had aspirations to rise in status through marriage (something the Malvolio fails to do through Olivia) perhaps because Maria is more anarchic and therefore has no fear of breaking the rules of social expectation – to marry someone of your own status if you were from the working class. Another way Shakespeare uses Maria and Toby to challenge social and gender roles through their pairing is their use of sexual verbal sparring in Act I Scene III which includes many sexual innuendoes such as “now I let go your hand I am barren”. Here Maria is making an insinuation of sexual impotence” and therefore directly challenging Toby’s masculinity through jest. Toby however often refers to her as “wench” or “little villain”. This could be his own way of distancing himself from his emotions as social codes require him to seek a rich and worthy wife however Maria causes him to think otherwise “I could marry this wench”. As Toby follows through with this he successfully breaks the societal codes of the Elizabethan era. The conclusion of the text appears to be a series of declarations and revelations between both true and false pairings. It is possible to suggest that Olivia is punished for not confining to the normal social codes of society for example defying Orsino’s love due to the love she spends on her dead brother rather than an a>GET ANSWER