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The Use of Television Ads during the Presidential Election
Television Campaign Ads Politics have always been around since the very beginning. Even a minor argument that caused two different sides to separate and form opposite opinions could have been considered somewhat political. The first presidential election was held in 1789, when there was no such thing as social media to hel...
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The Influence of Media on the Instances of Rape in Society
Mixed Signals Would you want your daughter to grow up in a world where sexual assault is acceptable? Although by law sexual assault and harassment cannot be tolerated, in today’s media there are subliminal messages that are pro-rape everywhere. Rape culture is the general attitude that rape is acceptable; this is portrayed...
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The Importance and Purpose of the Newspaper Before the Influence of the Internet
The way people receive news now and how people received news in the past is very different and still evolving because of the influence of the Internet. Before there was internet and television, the primary source of local, national, and international news was the newspaper. The newspaper’s purpose is to inform the audien...
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The Significance of Social Media in the Success of Dance Marathon
Many people from my generation and beyond have turned to social media in order to accomplish many positive things. Social media has the ability of reaching people across the nation in order to collaborate when it comes to things such as philanthropic events. Throughout this essay I will describe the power of social media by...
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The Negative Impact of Media in Society
Media Manipulation Children spend 55 hours, or more, per week in screen time, including TV, Internet, Facebook, video games, Twitter, Instagram, etc. Average Americans watch 250 billion hours a year watching television. Fifty percent of kids from 8-18 report the TV is on in their home all day, every day (The Representatio...
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The One-Episode Method of Dealing with Eating Disorders in Modern Television Shows
A health issue we see repeatedly brought up in entertainment
television shows is the issue of eating disorders. Anorexia, bulimia, and
other eating disorders are commonly incorporated into television shows;
interestingly, all of my examples that portrayed these disorders - for the
purpose of this essay - are females, typica...
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The Impact of Disney Movies on the Development of Children's Identities
Abstract In this argumentative paper, six scholarly articles and five Disney Princess movies are used to support the argument that Walt Disney Studios influences the developing identity of children through their movies. Through the analyzed literature and films, I’ve concluded that Walt Disney Studios influences children’s...
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An Evaluation of Why Traditional News is Better for a Democracy Than Satirical News
As everyone knows Donald Trump is going famous and winning therace of election in majority of the states. But, surprisingly, it was the first time in America that his rally got cancelled in Chicago, where I live. The main factor that the rally got cancelled was that there were more protestors as compared to the supporters....
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The Advantage of Using Traditional Ways of Delivering News
As you all know on news there is only one thing and everyone is talking about it that is Black Lives Matter. I was watching in the news and they were telling how people are protesting against police. Because unfortunately police is killing unarmed African-Americans across the country. People are saying that you cannot shoot...
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An Analysis of the Demeaning Comments on the Facebook Page of Ellie Roger
Back in May 2014 a 22-year old virgin went on a killing spree. He shot six women would refuse to have sex with him. Shortly after the mass murder-suicide comments went up on Rogers Facebook depicting that the issue was the women's issue and not a man's issue. How was this okay? It's not! In a hegemonic masculine society the...
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