consequences."1 His social learning theory concentrates on the power of example. THE SPREAD OF TV VIOLENCE THROUGH MODELING Bandura's major premise is that we can learn by observing others. He considers vicarious experience to be the typical way that human beings change. He uses the term modeling to describe Campbell's two midrange processes of response acquisition (observation of another's response and modeling), and he claims that modeling can have as much impact as direct experience. Social learning theory
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Colbert), a widow barely supporting herself and her three year old daughter, Jessie, by running her late husband’s maple syrup business. On a very busy morning, Delilah Johnson (Louise Beavers) and her four year old daughter, Peola (Sebie Hendricks), show up at Bea’s door answering an ad for a live in maid. The physical differences between Beavers’ Delilah and Colbert’s Bea are visually striking. In Toms, Coons, Mulattoes, Mammies, and Bucks: An Interpretive History of Blacks in American Films, Donald Bogle
the French soldiers. As the lead wagon rolls over a muddy puddle, straddling it, a MUD-COVERED FIGURE, reaches up, grabs the wagon's undercarriage, pulls itself up and clings, unseen to the underside of the wagon. The figure, obscured by the mud, barely looks human. As the other wagons roll over other muddy depressions in the road, three more mud-covered figures reach up, grab and cling to the underside of other wagons. FORT CHARLES The gates are opened. The relieved French soldiers
she felt the tears stream down her face. She let him pull her against his strong chest and cried. Holding him close, she sobbed as the thoughts of losing him overwhelmed her. His scent surrounded her, making her miss him and it already. He scooped her up and before she realized what was going on, he set her down on the floor of the sitting room. He made quick work of pulling the blankets out of the window box and spreading them on the floor before turning to her and pulling her shirt over her head.