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The Simpsons Family Essay Examples

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What Americans Can Learn From the Television Series "The Simpsons"
The Simpson’s: America’s Household Television shows such as The Simpson’s portray the deterioration of families in our society. From the outside they appear to be the typical nuclear family consisting of a mother, father, and three children that live in Springfield, which is basically Anytown, U.S.A., but as most families...
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An Analysis of The Simpsons, a Television Show
Television has so many varieties of movies and shows. Shows that blend every type of emotion together in a single evening sitcom or one emotion in a Tuesday night movie. Basically I am the type of person that enjoys laughing at a good comedy series, one in particular. My favorite TV show is The Simpsons , one of thee longes...
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The Composition and Rhetoric of the Simpsons Show
Who watches The Simpsons? Composition and Rhetoric For this assignment I watched the show The Simpsons, which comes on the Fox network on Sunday nights at eight. The show is about an animated nuclear family and their everyday lives. The Simpsons targets the middle class families that live in the suburbs of America. The...
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Composition and Rhetoric of The Simpsons
Who watches The Simpsons? Composition and Rhetoric For this assignment I watched the show The Simpsons, which comes on the Fox network on Sunday nights at eight. The show is about an animated nuclear family and their everyday lives. The Simpsons targets the middle class families that live in the suburbs of America. The s...
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An Introduction to the Cartoon the Simpsons
Meet the Simpsons Over time, the definition of what exactly "family" means has changed with time. Usually, what constitutes making up a family is relative to a specific culture, but as always, there are exceptions to the rule. Ever since the golden age of television had sprung upon American culture, telev...
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The Simpsons: Entertaining the Americans Since 1987
Matt Groening changed television forever when, in 1987, he brought the Simpsons to the FOX network. People all across the country enjoyed these hilarious animated series, and, that same year, it was given the Fox's Emmy award. Main characters of the Simpsons reminded American audience of themselves, showed them what they lo...
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An Analysis of the Comedic Techniques in The Simpsons, an American Television Show
The Simpsons How does a television series keep going in this time of ever changing network schedules and shows that grow stale after twelve weeks? The Simpsons have not only lasted, but it has also become a staple of American life. Many tribute this longevity to the witty and hilarious satire that is present in every episo...
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An Analysis of The Simpsons Revolution of Cartoons in the United States
The Simpsons Revolution Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie are some of the world s most favorite cartoon characters, and make up one of television s most famous shows, The Simpsons. These 5 intriguing characters, along with a large array of other characters, come straight from the imagination of writer, creator, and car...
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The Complexity of the Messages Conveyed in the Satirical Sitcom The Simpsons
The Simpsons: Up Close and Personal There is a fine line that exists in TV land that had never been crossed until The Simpsons graced the television sets of over one million Americans. This sitcom has become one of the most popular television programs in America. Is it because The Simpsons is a cartoon? My answer is yes! T...
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A Review of the American Animation "The Simpsons"
The American animation The Simpsons is now in its 10th season as a show in its own right. It was created by Matt Groening as shorts for the Tracy Ullman Show and was bought by the Fox Network, which began screening it as half-hour shows in 1989. Initially its success was restricted to the 9-16 year old age group, and for...
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Is the Simpsons a Bad Influence on Children?
Is The Simpons A Bad Influence On Children? For several years now, I have been watching a great deal of television and seen the affects it has had on people. The Simpsons is a show that I have grown up watching and enjoying. It ranks as the number one television program for viewers under eighteen years of age. However,...
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An Analysis of the TV Series The Simpsons
Critics describe the series as "the most realistically surreal cartoon series ever." Former First Lady Barbara Bush commented in an interview that was published by People magazine (September, 1990) that the show was "the dumbest thing I've ever seen." In 1992, a group of parents in Greenwood, South Caro...
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The Negative Influence of The Simpsons on Kids
How The Simpsons Affects Kids I DIDN'T DO IT How The Simpsons Affects Kids The Simpsons is one of Americas most popular television shows. It ranks as the number one television program for viewers under eighteen years of age. However, the ideals that The Simpsons conveys are not always wholesome, sometimes not even i...
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An Analysis of The Simpsons
This cartoon for grown-ups takes place in a fictional town called
Springfield in the 1990's. The main character in the show is Homer Simpsons, a
father of three and a husband. Homer works at the Springfield nuclear power
plant. He is portrayed as a slacker who is completely unqualified for his job.
He's also shown as a lazy...
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An Analysis of How The Simpsons Affects Kids
How The Simpsons Affects Kids The Simpsons is one of America s most popular television shows. It ranks as the number one television program for viewers under eighteen years of age. However, the ideals that The Simpsons conveys are not always wholesome, sometimes not even in good taste. It is inevitable that The Simps...
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The Cultural Significance and the Messages of The Simpsons
The American animation The Simpsons is now in its 10th season as a show in its own right. It was created by Matt Groening as shorts for the Tracy Ullman Show and was bought by the Fox Network, which began screening it as half-hour shows in 1989. Initially its success was restricted to the 9-16 year old age group, and for an...
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An Introduction to the Affects of the Simpsons on the Children
I Didn't Do It: How The Simpsons Affects Kids The Simpsons is one of Americas most popular television shows. It ranks as the number one television program for viewers under eighteen years of age. However, the ideals that The Simpsons conveys are not always wholesome, sometimes not even in good taste. It is inevitabl...
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An Overview of the General Speech Purpose About the Sitcom The Simpsons
General Speech Purpose: To Inform Specific Speech Purpose: To Inform my audience about the sitcom "The Simpsons" I. They have eight fingers, yellow skin, wacky hairdos, and a severe case of an underbite. A. They are the typical american family, but far from your average "Cleaver household" B...
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Negative Effects of the Simpsons on American Children
The Simpsons is one of Americas most popular television shows. It ranks as the number one television program for viewers under eighteen years of age. However, the ideals that The Simpsons conveys are not always wholesome, sometimes not even in good taste. It is inevitable that The Simpsons is affecting children.Matt Groenin...
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The Influence of the Simpsons on Children
The Simpsons is one of Americas most popular television shows. It ranks as the number one television program for viewers under eighteen years of age. However, the ideals that The Simpsons conveys are not always wholesome, sometimes not even in good taste. It is inevitable that The Simpsons is affecting children. Ma...
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The Improbable Long Term Success of the Simpsons
The Improbable Long-Term Success of The Simpsons When examining the history of modern prime-time television, there is a certain pattern that virtually every successful show inevitably falls into. After a period of initial success, perhaps lasting three or four years, the writing on the show becomes stale by using the same...
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The Psychology of the Simpsons Family
“Family values” have always been a major conversation piece in the United States and it is often a huge key point when comes to decision making by politicians and businesses. The question is: How does a single person perceive family values? The answer to this question is that people often judge family values through two si...
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An Introduction to the Analysis of the Simpsons
The Comparison of the TV family to the everyday real life family can take many avenues to explore, but I'll try to keep it as basic as possible. First I'll break down the animated TV family The Simpsons, and then I'll break down a real life middle class family that I know all to well.
Introduction
I. The Simpsons; Father, M...
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An Analysis of the Animated Show the Simpsons a Story about a Middle Class Family
For this assignment I watched the show The Simpsons, which comes on the Fox network on Sunday nights at eight. The show is about an animated nuclear family and their everyday lives. The Simpsons targets the middle class families that live in the suburbs of America. The show mainly appeals to families that composed of parent...
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An Analysis of The Simpsons as the American Family of the 1990s
The Simpsons as the American Family of the 1990's
Meet the Simpsons     Over time, the definition of what exactly "family" means has changed with time. Usually, what constitutes making up a family is relative to a specific culture, but as always, there are exceptions to the rule. Ever since the golden age of t...
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