24When Aaron is told to go to the projection room above the auditorium, in order for him to catch Regina and Shane, Regina runs away at the last second and Shane is caught in his underwear. What was Regina wearing?
Regina is the head Plastic at North Shore High School. Whatever she says goes. Once, in an attempt to embarass her, Janice cuts two holes into Regina's tank top and Regina is wearing a purple bra underneath. After seeing that, every girl cuts two holes in her shirt to immitate Regina. Her mom is very lax with her rules, in fact, there are no rules. She has the master bedroom in her house; she convinced her parents to trade her rooms. Her sister imitates everything she sees on tv, be it a "Milkshake" video, or a Girls Gone Wild advertisement. Her dad seems to be the only one with a bit of sense, in the one shot that we see of him when Regina is getting her picture taken on Halloween, wearing a very 'slutty' bunny costume and he obviously disapproves.
Mean Girls Sociology Essay
1281 WordsMay 8th, 20136 Pages
Movies And Their Messages In the movie Mean Girls, released in April of 2004, you see the traditional story about the new girl in school and the stereotypes that engulf the adolescent environment. Cady Heron, played by Lindsay Lohan, shows us what life at a corrupted school could be like for teens that are not so familiar with the American ways of socialization and "surviving" the potentially threatening lifestyle it could lead on. Sadly, children succumb to it as a result of a dire need to fit in. In the film, we're first introduced with the impression that high schoolers and the staff are super strict and have no sympathy for the new students. As it subtly resembles almost a…show more content…
but it's happening. This film highly impacts the vulnerability and unsure senses that these teens have. As the teachers could care less about what's going on in their kids love lives, the kids mostly think of it as the center of their life at the time. A level of maturity and irresponsibility come in with these thoughts and priorities. Cady also finds herself making small references back to her original home, Africa. She sees the other students as simple jungle animals in the wild, survival of the fittest at its best. That's probably the best metaphor someone could compare high school to, a jungle. An incontrollable area where children have to grow up and find out who they are and where they fit in and what they should do. When peers such as your friends or classmates influence your life without you realizing it, it is determined it's peer pressure. Almost every child is victim to this idea of peer pressure at some age or the other. It's an identity crisis, while also a constant comparison by parents and teachers, that makes children "follow the leader" in terms of the social scale. Kids, being in the process of forming an identity, needs the support and direction by those around them. The only way possible of making your child strong enough to beat peer pressure is to help him build confidence and to treat your growing child with respect and as an important individual that will make mistakes. " The main consequence of saying no to negative