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  • Lara Bingle Quality Television

    This essay will explore the term quality television by analyzing two popular Australian television programs. Quality television is a term used to describe a program in relation to subject matter, style, or content. The current affairs program 60 minutes is of a higher quality than the reality program Being Lara Bingle. The concept of quality television is argued in relation to these two Australian series. Elements including representations, audiences and institutions will be examined to…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Day At Columbine High School

    On a beautiful Sunday afternoon in Westminster, Colorado, my parents Craig and Michelle Habben sat in Westminster Lutheran Church. Lyndsay, who was my cousin, was getting confirmed; my parents, along with the rest of my dad’s side of the family, sat and supported her. My mom Michelle had been experiencing some pain and discomfort all day, therefore, she didn’t get any sleep the night before. Once my mom noticed that she was having contractions five minutes apart, she knew for sure she was in…

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  • Neo Marxism In The Cosby Show

    2014, P. 1). Also according to the website, IMDb, The Cosby Show first debuted September 20, 1984 and lasted for 8 seasons the show ended April 30, 1992 (P. 1, 2016). While The Cosby Show was on the air, there were a few awards the show had won. For instance, 3 Golden Globe awards, won a Primetime…

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  • The Walking Dead Anthropology

    Imagine living in a post-apocalyptic world where living in constant fear of zombies has become a new normal. Every little move that is made or every noise that is made can depend on life or death. Everything someone worked hard for would be destroyed and there would be no where to go for help. Would this push someone over the edge or would this push them to keep trying to survive? This is what The Walking Dead is all about. The Walking Dead is an American horror drama television series created…

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  • Bill Cosby Abuse Of Power Essay

    Abuse of power dates back a long time. Think about it, if you were to look back through history, you would see tons of leaders who abused their power. What these leaders did not only affect them, but the people around them. You can still see abuse of power today in the U.S. You might see politicians, or athletes, but what about Bill Cosby. To clearly understand what does it mean to abuse power, Cosby is an excellent example. You see, Cosby used his power of popularity to manipulate young and…

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  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of High By Dave Saldana

    It is often believed that flying to a destination is more dangerous than driving. Similarly, it is often believed that murder is more common than suicide. And while these are held as apparent truths for much of the population, these are actually false assumptions. In actuality, there are multiple fatal car crashes every week and there are twice as many suicide deaths per year than there are murders. (Curtis) These are known to psychologists as availability heuristics or our mental shortcuts to…

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  • Kleptomania Research Paper

    Is Kleptomania an addiction, a disorder or both? Some of us know or has heard of someone suffering from this disorder. today, we are going to provide some information and important details pertaining to kleptomania. Many with this disorder believe that they don't have a problem, and think this is a simple case of shoplifting. According to the Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental health disorders. Kleptomania is listed, as an IMPULSE-CONTROL DISORDER. Code 312.32, Failure to resist impulses…

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  • Edward Harrison Norton Character Analysis

    Alison Macor wrote on Edward’s acting role and the nicely arranged tension emerging before the release of the film. Despite the multiple reassessments, Edward was awarded the Golden Globe Award and was also selected for an Academy Award for being the Best Supporting Actor. In the same year of receiving those awards, Edwards acted the character of Alan Isaacman, an attorney in The People versus Larry Flynt. In the year 1998, Edward acted the character of Derek Vinyard, a renewed neo – Nazi,…

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  • Oprah Winfrey: The Epitome Of Success

    Just about every human being on this earth has heard of Oprah Winfrey. Winfrey is the epitome of success. She is beautiful, happy, and a whole person. She is know for being the most successful talk show host, the first African American woman to own her on production company, and she now has her own television network called OWN. Even though she is the most successful woman on earth, she has gone through many tribulations to get to where she is now. Oprah Gail Winfrey was born on January…

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  • Oprah Winfrey Research Paper

    Oprah Gail Winfrey was born on January 29, 1954 in Kosciusko, Mississippi to Vernita Lee, a former maid, and Vernon Winfrey, a barber, coal mineworker, and city councilman; who broke up soon after conception. Oprah spent her early years on her grandmother, Hatti Mae’s farm while her mother searched for work in the North. Although Oprah Winfrey has been known as the richest African American and woman of the twentieth century she does not come from a rich or even middle class family. While Winfrey…

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