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  • Pros And Cons Of Reality Tv Programs

    Reality TV Programs The mass media by shaping viewer’s behaviors, believes and values has undeniably a great influence on today’s society. For many, television is a prime source of information and entertainment. Since late 90’s reality TV programs became one of the most popular genres of television programming. RTV creators gave an average person plenty to choose, from teenage moms struggles, people searching for a “true” love to those with serious issues like mental diseases and addictions.…

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  • 1984 By George Orwell: Literary Analysis

    rules and regulations placed by Big Brother, the dictator of Oceania. Big Brother plays a major role in the novel, although he is never seen; he uses fear and technology to be able control society and maintain in power. The novel was written not too long after Hitler came into power which left people wondering if what happened during World War II and Hitler was used as inspiration for the novel. Hitler was a German dictator who initiated World War II and Big Brother has been connected to him in…

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  • The Power Of Language In 1984 By George Orwell

    ignorance plays out in Oceania is the Proles, who live a simple life, happy with their government and ignorant of the terrible state of their society. Winston, at first, thinks that the Proles could be the secret to overthrowing to overthrowing Big Brother, as they constitute 85% of the population. However, over time, he…

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  • Reality Television Definition

    are more than just one category of reality TV, with some testing the abilities of the human body through shows like American Ninja Warrior as well as reality shows that enforce people to live together and cause drama on camera, an example being Big Brother. Reality television is a huge genre that contains hundreds of different ideas and focuses that cannot really be described by a definition. These categories of reality all have different premises yet essentially scrutinize participants as they…

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  • Role Of Totalitarian Government In 1984 By George Orwell

    In Orwell’s novel, 1984 he shows us a world in which mind control, manipulation, and how the power of the government can lead to controlling the lives of citizens by spying and using fear to diminish their freedom. In many ways, our world is already like the fictitious one Orwell wrote almost 70 years ago. A totalitarian government is a modern autocratic government in which the state involves itself in all facets of society, including the daily life of its citizens. One person or an elite few…

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  • Comparing George Orwell´s 1984 And Rachel Carson's Silent Spring

    governing unit entitled the Party, and the Party is able to keep its reign over this society through the use of the Thought Police, which are essentially the law enforcers of Oceania. Over top of this authority, however, is the tyrant known as Big Brother who is known to watch over all of Oceania through the use of telescreens that are placed within all public and private locations. Through the use of constant government surveillance, the government in Orwell’s novel help dictate and shape the…

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  • Daleks Exterminate Imperialism

    “Exterminate”: Imperialism and Racial Purity in Doctor Who Remembrance of the Daleks, a four-episode serial in the twenty-fifth season of the classic science fiction show Doctor Who, pits the Doctor against one of his deadliest foes: the Daleks. For the purposes of this response, I will focus on the fourth and final episode, which depicts this alien race, despite having the somewhat comical appearance of oversized pepper shakers, as a hyperbolic analogy for the ideologies of imperialism and…

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  • Similarities Between 1984 And V For Vendetta

    In a dystopian society under complete government control, most people blindly follow the crowd, but a few individuals realise the corruption for themselves and make a stand against their governments. Both the movie V For Vendetta based of the graphic novel by Alan Moore and 1984 a novel written by George Orwell take place in these types of dystopian societies, and feature protagonists who retaliate against their governments. The characters Wilson from 1984 and and Eve from V For Vendetta are…

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  • Winston Smith: A Tragic Hero

    George Orwell’s protagonist in 1984, Winston Smith, is just one of many in an era of modern antiheroes. He represents all that is undeniably average in a world wrecked with an oppressive government and a constant state of war. However, this plays to his advantage by making connecting and empathizing with him easier. His rebellious nature ensures an ability to be endowed with the bravery to defy and push the limits of the Party’s authority. Typically, heroes are meant to possess powerful or…

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  • Winston And Julia In George Orwell's 1984

    In a totalitarian society where love, compassion, and intimacy are not permitted- two people manage to find each other. In George Orwell’s novel 1984, Winston and Julia are an unlikely match who would likely be incompatible in a normal, “free”society. While they are united in their passionate hatred for their society’s government (known as “the party”), they are complete opposites in their vision to overthrow or rebellion of it. Winston has a different view on the party than other people, he…

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