Freud’s Theories of the Id, Ego, and Superego , writing homework help

1. Topic 5: (If your last name begins with the letters S through Z, here is your assignment)

Freud’s Theories of the Id, Ego, and Superego

  • What can you learn about Freud’s theories of what causes people to become who they are?
  • What can you learn about the influence of these ideas on people in the Victorian Era?

2.

In Lesson 24, you were assigned to research one of the topics below. In your own words, tell us two of the most important or interesting things you learned about your topic from your research. See Course Calendar for due dates. AND, please ask a question of or comment to two other learners regarding their responses (and please respond to those questions asked of you as you would do in a face-to-face classroom discussion)

  • What did you learn about the lives and working conditions of 19th Century industrial workers? What types of work did they do?
  • What did you learn about child labor in the 19th Century? How “abusive” were the conditions in which they worked?
  • What did you learn about the roles of men and women in the Victorian Era? What were some of the prevalent or commonly held attitudes during the Victorian Era regarding the differences between the sexes?
  • What did you learn about Darwin’s ideas about what causes people to become who they are? What did you learn about the influence of these ideas on people in the Victorian Era?
  • What did you learn about Freud’s theories of what causes people to become who they are? What did you learn about the influence of these ideas on people in the Victorian Era?

3.Topic 5: (If your last name begins with the letters S through Z, here is your assignment)

What can you learn about Ibsen’s fascination with suicide?

http://www.med.uio.no/klinmed/english/research/centres/nssf/articles/culture/Ystad.pdf

4. Please respond to both . See Course Calendar for due dates. AND — please ask a question of or comment to two other learners regarding their responses (and please respond to those questions asked of you as you would do in a face-to-face classroom discussion).

  • 1) The changes in staging that accompanied realistic theater placed new — or at least different — demands on theater audiences. The viewing experience (and what is asked of the modern audience — beginning in the late nineteenth century) has changed from the past. How do you think these changes in staging impacted the audience and their experience of viewing a play?
  • 2) Would someone like to do a little Internet search for us and flash forward to the most recent technological innovations in staging — virtual scenery. What is virtual scenery?

1 paragraph small each

each answer upload in different document

called it 1,2,3,4