Remember the Titans
June 28, 2010
University of Phoenix
Remember the Titans
Movies show the different behaviors in life, show social psychology. In movies, whether they are depicting racism, social behavior, or aggression, it always shows an essential theme or life lesson to be learned. The movie Remember the Titans, deals with racism, and illustrates how one can overcome prejudice by uniting for a common cause or goal. During the course of this film, many social behaviors were dealt with such as racism and discrimination, and as a football team tries to deal with all the socially achievements. Diversity in the film
The file is about a predominantly white high school in Virginia the 1970’s. Student at the school had to deal with Black students allowed into the school. The assistant football coach was white and was supposed to be head coach instead the district hired a black head coach. Coach Boone was not intimidated by being the only black coach at this school it was his goal to make the football team be the best it could. When the football players were preparing to go to camp some of the parents were very upset that the students would be sharing buses. Some of the White students did not want to share a bus with Blacks, and some Blacks did not want to share a bus with Whites. Many of the students really have not been around the different race so they knew nothing about each other. Getting to know each team member is something that the coaches wanted. Going through the different types drills and team building drills helped each young man learn that each person is really not as bad as they were perceived. Not being able to go through the front door of a nice restaurant and sit down to a nice dinner with your teammate is upsetting and cause’s some of the guys to play the race card even though the younger men over came the racial issues, still some of the people in the town still would...