Analysis of Forrest Gump Using Risk and Resilience Ecological Theory

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Analysis of Forrest Gump Using Risk and Resilience Ecological Theory
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The protagonist of the film Forrest Gump, the
character Forrest Gump, is the focus of this paper. The film follows his age from childhood until his mid- to late-30s. Forrest was a European American male. His sexual orientation was definitively heterosexual, although his only interest was his beloved, Jenny Curran. Forrest was not the most academically inclined individual in a classical sense; however he was a college graduate. In fact, he had a lot of trouble in school as a child. However, he was by no means unintelligent. Artiles, Kozleski, Trent, Osher, and Ortiz...
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