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Foreclosure by Andrew Clark in "The Breakfast Club"

Summary: The character of Andrew Clark in the film "The Breakfast Club" displays a psychological case of foreclosure, which means he accepts other values as his own because he knows nothing else.
Foreclosure: "And the bizarre thing is, is that I did it for my old man"

Andrew Clark is in James Marcia's state of foreclosure. This is exemplified by the fact that he is seen by his father, coach, and friends as a person that he does not want to be. But they all see him as such, therefore he tries to please them by acting as the person who they think he is. He accepts their values because they are all he has ever known. Also, he is committed to this image because if he were to change then he would be disappointing his father and letting down his coach and his friends. Andrew's state of foreclosure is illustrated by three factors; his commitments to the wrestling team are based on the expectations of others--namely his father, the reason for his presence in detention was encouraged by others...

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