Intoduction ​to Analyzing “The Good Doctor”

Do you ever watch a tv show or movie more than once and then see things that you didn’t before?

Well maybe this is because you didn’t pay as much attention as you should have, or maybe it is because you were not really analyzing the show like you thought you were. When choosing just one show to analyze and talk about it was hard, because I didn’t want to just pick a show because I liked to watch it, I wanted to pick a show that I would be able to pick apart, and look at from many different points of view. With choosing “The Good Doctor” many people have already voiced their opinions on it, and that will be great for me so that I have some different points of view to look at.

I am a junior studying at Plymouth State University, my blog will be about analyzing the television show “The Good Doctor”, I am 21 years old and I am majoring in Professional Communication and minoring in Marketing, so I aim to use this to improve my knowledge about analyzing media, and to better my communication skills with blogging because I am new to this as well.

This show is about a doctor with autism, it starts off showing his struggle with becoming a doctor, because when people hear that they are being treated by someone with autism they instantly judge him and feel that he will not be able to help them, as well as some people think that he will kill them accidentally. But his struggles do not stop there, most hospitals won’t hire him because they feel he will be a “liability”, he finally finds a hospital that will give him a chance, but he is always being held to a higher standard because of his condition.

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Carrie Daniels

I work at Bluegreen Vacations as an in-house marketing associate. I set a personal goal to make it into the top regional producer's list; this goal was achieved in my third week when I was named the 3rd top producer! After a month of being with Bluegreen, I am now looked at as a leader as I was recently promoted to Marketing Supervisor. I am responsible for my marketing team, as well as making at least 50-60 cold calls a day, and marketing face to face with around 30 clients a day.

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