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1Identify the thesis and then write it in your own words The thesis of the essay is that television is a media that forms peoples view and opinion The essay makes parallel and comparison between the Canadian and the US television The message is that US television doesnt provide the nation with the reality Instead it keeps people away from the facts by giving the audience shows that dont talk about the current and important issues related to the country 2To whose unreality television does Dwyer refer Dwyer refers to the US television which is unreal The TV shows like Bachelorette Survivor Sex and the city Friends and others dont comment on issues connected with the world problems and dont ask for an opinion CSI is also unreal as long as the police department doesnt have money for such technology and equipment which put NASA to shame 3What do you think Dwyer means by the most enormous and enormously contentious issues facing America today para 3 Dwyer refers to The Super Bowl By the most enormous and enormously contentious issues facing America today he means that the television makes a big issues out of nothing It shifts the focus of attention from the important issues to the least concerning matters The contentious issue facing America is Janet Jacksons bare breast instead of the fact that the States are in a war situation 4What does he mean by 3 of the following terms Do they add or do they take away meaning in the essay in each case acognitive dissonance para 8 By cognitive dissonance Dwyer explains that the Americans made the movie series 24 where they show how a black person takes the presidents place However in reality it wont happen even though its not impossible This statement adds to the meaning of the essay by showing how the US want to appear more democratic than they really are
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