Communications Decency Act

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  • Ethical Analysis Of The Communications Decency Act Of 1996

    The Communications Decency Act was written in 1995 and was Title V of the Telecommunications Act of 1996. It was led by Senator James Exon who was the primary proponent of the Act. He felt that the Internet was a danger to minors and that it should be censored; this was with specific importance on content that fell into the pornographic category. He is quoted as saying this, “Barbarian pornographers are at the gate and they are using the Internet to gain access to the youth of America.” (Cannon, 1996). So in his quest to protect America’s youth he proposed the Communications Decency Act of 1996 (CDA). Within this Act, there existed two provisions - the anti-indecency provision and the anti-obscenity provision. The provisions stated that it…

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  • Pursuing Higher Education Analysis

    readers have gathered, many single mothers were able to transition out of poverty and have a realistic future for them and their families. Education allowed them to have opportunities they wouldn’t be able to have without it; mothers are able to demolish the stereotypes that they are unable to achieve success without a husband. Education makes such a huge impact in everyone’s life, and people are able to achieve so much with it. Another point Adair makes concerns the negative impact of the…

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  • Truth In Joseph Conrad's Heart Of Darkness

    When Jim speaks of the “real, real” truth, this suggests the acknowledgement of his prior inability to face the moral conscious effects of the Patna affair, while the “real” truth suggests his seemingly moral redemption in Patusan. Prior to his time on the Patna, Jim was aboard a training ship fantasizing about saving passengers from sinking ships and other heroic feats, when a group of fellow seamen notified him of a nearby conflict. Jim stood to see the seamen rushing up ladders to the deck,…

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  • Characteristics Of Oedipus As A Tragic Hero

    To be Mad or Not to be Mad? That is the Question. Have you ever thought of yourself as a tragic hero? A tragic hero a great character in a dramatic tragedy who is destined for defeat. “ According to the critic, a tragic hero has three prominent characteristics: (1) a will-power that surpasses that of average people, (2) an exceptionally intense power of feel- ing, and (3) and unusually high level of intelli- gence.”(George Detmold 219) With being a tragic hero, come a tragic flaw. A tragic flaw…

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  • Counselor Reflective Essay

    Counselor educators and supervisors wear multiple hats while conducting services as a supervisor. As a supervisor, it is vital to understand the qualities that each role presents. Within this assignment, I will discuss the three roles I believe to be important within the supervisor role. I will also discuss the challenges that could potentially present themselves while acting as a teacher. Finally, I will discuss the importance of each role and what the literature review reference for future…

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  • Communication Act Of 1934 Essay

    The Communication Act of 1934: A Critical Critique The author holds the assumption that the majority of Americans would not believe it to be true that the laws which govern access to the Internet were enacted prior to the start of World War 2. However, this is most certainly the case. The Communications Act of 1934 was signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on June 19, 1934 (cited). 5 years, 2 months, and 13 days prior to Germany’s invasion of Poland. 2016 marks 82 years since…

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  • Are Humans Selfish Essay

    Charles Montgomery elaborates in his article “Why We’re Sometimes Kind Without Reason” how people act when they first meet. To us, the first impression is everything and we will be anything just to impress others. Why is it that other people’s opinions always matter the most to us? We let what other humans think of us consume us and all we think and act on is that instinct to make each individual like us. Can you even call yourself an individual if all you do is adjust yourself to other eyes?…

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  • The Importance Of Trigger Warnings

    Critics that claim that these warnings act as shields from the inevitability of reality fail to recognize that more often than not these trigger warnings are for those who have already experienced a reality that they would rather not relive. That reason alone should be enough to negate any critics ' argument completely. But what of the students that would simply experience discomfort in the event that being exposed to merely sensitive and uncomfortable topics are approached? It all depends…

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  • Standardized Testing In Schools Pros And Cons

    parts of the United State. It stands for American College Test. It’s the ACT. Now originally, the ACT was used in the early 1900’s to help students from lower income families be recognized by ivy league schools. In modern time, the ACT is used as a required test throughout the United States; and often used in college applications. However the ACT has been a disputed subject as of late. Many wonder if the ACT is bias towards certain groups or communities of students. Others argue that the test…

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  • What´s Standardized Testing Effective?

    Standardized testing such as the SAT and the ACT is a type of test that is meant to determine how well you understand several academic subjects in order to be admitted into college. These types of test include questions in a form of an essay, short answers, multiple choices, or a combination of these together. This practice has been used for so long that it has become a part of the American culture. Every year, high school juniors and seniors take the SAT or the ACT in the hope that they score…

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