Part1DaveFletcher excels in his job. However, he wants more for himself andhis family and feels education can help him move forward in hiscareer. Having made the decision to finish his education, he hasenrolled at Ashford University. As he comes to the end of his firstyear in college, Dave is a 4.0 student, but his performance at workis suffering. Dave has been informed that if his performance does notimprove, his job is in danger. He wants to keep his job and at thesame time continue to do well in school. Over the next six monthsDave is once again excelling in his job and continuing to do well inschool.Addresseach of the following criteria as you respond:Identifya theory of motivation from this week’s reading that you feel besthelps us to understand the change in Dave’s behavior.Brieflydescribe this theory of motivation and discuss how you think it canhelp us understand Dave’s change in behavior.Inwhat ways was emotion tied to Dave’s change in behavior?Howmight this same theory of motivation help you to understand your ownschool and work related behavior?Willyou change anything in your own life as a result of what you havestudied in this scenario?Yourinitial post must be a minimum of 200 words and utilize at least onescholarly source (e.g., the course textbook, a peer reviewed articlefrom the Ashford University Library, or a professional web source),cited according to APA format as outlined in the Ashford WritingCenter.Part 2Selectone character, past or present, from a television show, movie, book,comic, game, etc.Brieflydescribe this character, including:Whatmedium (television, movie, book, etc.) is he or she from?Whydid you select him or her?Whatis his or her personality as depicted? Identifyone approach (e.g., common-sense, psychodynamic, humanistic, etc.)that you feel is most accurate and useful in understanding thischaracter’s personality. Discussthis selected theory. Why did you select it? How mightthis theory help us understand your character’s personality? Yourinitial post must be a minimum of 200 words and utilize at least onescholarly source (e.g., the course textbook, a peer-reviewed articlefrom the Ashford University Library, or a professional web source),cited according to APA format as outlined in the Ashford WritingCenter.
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