The goal of the fictional character analysis is to assess your ability to apply

The goal of the fictional character analysis is to assess your ability to apply a theory to an individual (in this case, fictional), to assess the theory’s strengths and weaknesses. These papers should be up to 2.5 pages double spaced, using 12-point Times New Roman font. Please see the rubric below for information about how to earn points. Note that your score will be multiplied by 2. — I added the rubric to the uploaded files. Please use it.—
Choose a fictional character and a theory we learned about in Wave C (Carl Rogers, Maslow, Psych of Women, Social Learning Theory, Biological Perspectives). In your analysis, please answer the following questions:
How would the theory you chose explain what happens to your character? Make sure to list at least 3 examples. (1 page)
Using the explanatory power of the theory to describe your fictional character and materials from class, what are 2 strengths and 2 weaknesses of the theory you chose? (1 page)
To what extent does the theory take into account important aspects of your character’s culture and identity? What did it do well (strength) and what could it have done better (weakness)? (.5 page)
Below is a list of fictional characters from books, movies, and TV shows to help you get thinking.
Batman
Black Panther
Cady Heron (Mean Girls)
Darth Vader (Star Wars)
Daenerys Targaryen (Game of Thrones)
Edward Scissorhands
Jon Snow (Game of Thrones)
Harry Potter
Regina George (Mean Girls)
Shrek
Spiderman