Here's the second article! After a request of AudreyFreak (who's the one who gave me the idea), I decided to do Jane. I just want to say that she was very difficult and I might have been completely wrong about her, so I'd like you to tell me what you think about the results.
Jane is ESTP
: Almost everyone types her as introverted, but I'm not really sure about that. To begin with, she is definitely open to the outside world of people and things. She succeeded in communicating with a wild stranger, while he couldn't even speak. She was also very friendly towards all the animals (well, besides that monkey that stole her drawing). I could say more, but we don't see her interacting with many humans, so I think the way she and Tarzan immediately became friends is the only proof we need.
: She is practical and realist. She doesn't stays in England dreaming about how gorillas are, she GOES in the jungle to study them and verify her theories. I'm not very sure about Jane being sensing, but my best argument is that she doesn't wait for something to happen on its own, like I said before, she is something like a scientist and scientists aren't daydreamers. Also, when she came back to her camp, she was able to remember exactly what Tarzan did, said and how he looked like. Having memory rich in details of facts and past events is defenitely a characteristic of sensing people.
: Jane is very logical and doesn't usually make decisions based on emotions, I know that in the end, she did, but Disney's lesson is follow your heart, so it was unavoidable. She didn't want to stay with Tarzan in the jungle till the very ending. She likes organisation and she approaches things with objectivity. She also used logic to save herself from the monkeys (the umbrella if you remember).
: Jane can easiliy adapt to situations, she's casual, flexible and she is able to spend her whole life in a jungle. She also likes to multitask and have variety in her work. When Tarzan was in the camp with her, she didn't spend all her time working and making research, she had fun and explored the jungle with him, she mixed work and play.
Here's the general description according to the site above about ESTPs:
Flexible and tolerant, they take a pragmatic approach focused on immediate results. Theories and conceptual explanations bore them – they want to act energetically to solve the problem. Focus on the here-and-now, spontaneous, enjoy each moment that they can be active with others. Enjoy material comforts and style. Learn best through doing.
The site: link
I'm not at all sure about Jane and she is very hard to type, so if you disagree with something, don't bother to leave a comment explaining why.