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Princess Diana Concept Map

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A concept map project on Princess Diana and what it means to be a Princess.

A concept map project on Princess Diana and what it means to be a Princess.

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  • 1. Media  Interest   &  Percep:on   Royal   Awareness,  Isola<on,  Vulnerability,  Ashamed,   Duty  to  Serve   Self-­‐disclosure,  Accessibility,  Popularity,   Unrestricted,  Publicity,   Self-­‐efficacy,  Unworthiness,  Coping,   Marriage,  Wealth,  Fairy  Tale.  Stereotype,   Reliability,  Anxiety,  Secrecy,  Labels,  Pa<ence,   Segrega<on,  Withdrawal,  Civility,     Lineage,  Respect,  Responsibility,  Adap<on,  Perseverance,  Compelled  to  Perform,  Pressure,   Support,  Sustain,  Contribute,  Sa<sfy,   Helping,  Chivalry,  Jealous.  Demanding,  Share,     Young  &  Youthful,  Knowledgeable,  Health,    Love,  High  Expecta<ons   Overwhelming,  Intense,  Involvement  with   Wellness,  Challenging,  Composure,   society,  Lifelong  commitment,  Pressure,   Disappointment,  Consciousness,   Aggrava<ng,  Advantage   Misunderstood.     Princess   Family   Privacy   Feminine  Role   Young,  Marriage,  Knowledge,   Despera<on,  Pressure,  ASen<on,   Unprepared,  Unstable,  Untruthful,   Compassion,  Confusion,  Vulnerability,  Loneliness,   Public  Life  vs.  Private  Life,  Self-­‐ Concealment,  Silence,  Secre<ve,   Misunderstood,  Self-­‐esteem,  Self-­‐Inflic<on,   Disclosure,  Secrecy,    Composure,   Confinement,  Unsa<sfied,  Persistent   Helplessness,  Seclusion,  Alone,  Suppressed,   Self-­‐Sacrifice,  Depressing,  Isola<on   Solitude,  Ignorance,  Compromise,  Self-­‐Authorship,   Confusion,  Honesty,  Strong  willed,  Iden<ty  Crisis,   Difficul<es,  Challenging   By:  Joanne  Darrigo  &  Max  Quinn