Honey Daniels, The Main Character Of The Homonym 2003 Movie

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I chose to analyze Honey Daniels, the main character of the Homonym 2003 movie. Honey Daniels is a 22-year old Afro-Latina hip-hop dancer, who lives in New York, in the poor and though neighborhood of East Harlem. She threw her entire life into trying to achieve her dream of becoming a music video choreographer. To make a living, she works as a bartender at night and teaches hip-hop dancing during the day. In an environment where people face social problems such as poverty, domestic violence, and drug trade, she strongly encourages kids to attend hip-hop lessons at the youth center to keep them off the streets and out of trouble. When Honey meets a famous music video director named Michael, she finally gets the chance to make a transition from a simple dancer to a choreographer and pursue her dream. However, Honey’s success comes with a price when she denies Michael’s sexual advances, who will suddenly try to sabotage her career by blackballing her out of the business. Honey will then be able to thrive and run out of her own struggles by organizing a fundraise hip-hop concert for the youth center. The concert emphasizes kids’ dancing abilities and willingness to find a new path outside of drug dealing and make a difference in Harlem’s neighborhood. Honey adopts a democratic communication style. Lewin, Lippitt and White were the first scholars who undertook one of the earliest investigations concerning this communicational approach. Democratic leaders engage in supportive

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