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    personal lives including their love lives, finances, etc. One of the most popular shows in today’s society that has successfully exploded across the nation is Grey’s Anatomy. Grey’s Anatomy began early in the 2000s, but has gained most of its’ success past 2010s. The show…

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    but rather from television. Teenagers look up to popular television stars as positive influences, and want to be like them. Dr. Meredith Grey from the television series Grey’s Anatomy is a positive influence on young adults because she is self-reliant, shows what a true friendship consists of, and is honest. The show Grey’s Anatomy follows the lives of medical interns at the Seattle Grace Hospital and how they manage life at home and work. Dr. Meredith Grey teaches viewers to be self-reliant. In…

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    Ethics is the systematical recommendation, we subconsciously make; whether we as college students want to study for an exam or if we would rather re-watch an entire season of Grey’s Anatomy on Netflix. We don’t make these decisions because we have to; we make them because they are needed. Making ethical decisions has turned into contemplating how to make a difficult situation beneficial for the masses to benefit from. From reading this case I have come to the conclusion that the ethical…

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    Ethics is the systematically recommendation we subconsciously make; whether we as college students want to study for an exam or if we would rather re-watch an entire season of Grey’s Anatomy on Netflix. We don’t make these decisions because we have to; we make them because they are either right or wrong. Making ethical decisions has turned into learning how to make a difficult situation something that we can benefit from. From reading this case I have come to the conclusion that the ethical…

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    Roslyn, a research expert, has conducted that there is a possibility that students may perform techniques incorrectly because of what they see through shows like Grey’s Anatomy. Research shows that medical students are critical of these programs, and advise that the judgment, and storylines on these shows are a poor portrayal of ethics (Weaver 1). Many of the things that are taught at Seattle Grace are wrong, and most of them can get you fired, terminated, or arrested. It is crazy what all goes…

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    audience, creating negative notions about people or things. The media has played a massive role in shaping and perpetuating the stigmas of mental illnesses (Klin & Lemish, 2008). Two popular television shows are, ABC’s Pretty Little Liars and Grey’s Anatomy. These two dramas have a substantial amount of turmoil that causes the characters to suffer post-traumatic stress…

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    Grey’s Anatomy is a medical-based drama centered around Meredith Grey, an aspiring surgeon and daughter of one of the best surgeons, Dr. Ellis Grey. Throughout the series, Meredith goes through professional and personal challenges along with other surgeons at Seattle Grace Hospital. For my final i chose the topics race, religion, social interaction and gender. In my first slide I chose race. In this video Maggie and Amelia are talking on the way to their car. Amelia feels that she was…

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    The Anatomist: A True Story of Gray's Anatomy When I started reading “The Anatomist: A True Story of Gray's Anatomy” I didn't find it interesting, I don't know if it was because it was a book about another book or because I thought it was going to be like Gray's Anatomy the show but it wasn't. However, the first thing I noticed about this book was the illustrations, they were magnificent. The bibliography was the other thing I noticed, I always knew that you needed sources to make a good book,…

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    Meredith Grey from Grey’s Anatomy is a lot of people’s favorite character. What some people don’t see if her cry for help. She had a very hard life growing up. Her mother Ellis was a doctor and she always put her job before Meredith. Ellis was an amazing surgeon, but she was a terrible mother. She never told Meredith she loved her and she never protected her. Ellis’s focus was her work and being the best surgeon she could be. Her father was not in her life. This lead to Meredith having a hard…

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    Game of Thrones, Grey’s Anatomy and Pretty Little Liars are only few of the countless hit television shows popularized as a result of their adept ability to play on the emotions of their audience. Amongst this group stands Judd Apatow’s, Freaks and Geeks, as media techniques such as camera shots, conflict and editing are expertly employed in order to evoke emotions in viewers, consequently engaging the audience as they form emotional connections with the characters. Firstly, Apatow skillfully…

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