Character Evaluation - Character Evaluation The Titanic...

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The Titanic Rose DeWitt aka Rose Dawson Theories of Personality GAIL Jones Instructor: Amanda Martin Extraversion Rose DeWitt was a little of both an extrovert and introvert. When she was around her fiancé and mother she was very quiet and defined. Rose DeWitt appeared to be concerned with her social environment when she was around her fiancé and others. When she was around Jack Dawson and others who held a third class ticket on the titanic Rose Dewitt was more outgoing the life of the party and did not care about her social class. Neuroticism Rose DeWitt was suffering from depression and anxiety because of the pressure from her mother to marry Cal so that the DeWitt financial issues would be resolved. With the pressure of being the perfect fiancé and soon to be wife of a millionaire tycoon son Rose Dewitt tried to committee suicide by jumping from the stern of the boat. Rose Dewitt was a very vulnerable young girl and allowed her fiancé to dominate her. Openness to Experience
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