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  • Family Guy Sociology

    Family Guy is the show I have picked for my final. This show is an American adult animated sitcom created by Seth Macfarlane and is based off stereotypes and negative depictions of almost every aspect of life. It is centered on the griffin family that consists of the parents, Peter and Lois; their children Meg, Chris, and Stewie; and their talking dog, Brain. The Griffin’s are a model family but each member is complex, different, and yet noticeable individual. The whole show resides in Quahog, Rhode island. Each episode reveals a different concept, throughout the show it talks about various sociological themes such as race, gender, sexuality, and family through the forms of exaggeration. Underneath all the crude humor lies the hidden truths…

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  • Guy Montag Changes

    In a future time in America, instead of fireman stopping fires, they start them and burn books. Guy Montag is one of these fireman’s who burns books on a daily basis without thinking of it. These people in this future world don’t care independently, care about nature, and have useless conversations with each other. Everything changed for Montag when he is encountered by a new neighbor named Clarisse McClellan who is the opposite of everyone in this world. In the next couple of days, his wife…

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  • Stereotypes In Family Guy

    their sex, race, religious views, or other facts. A group of people that is commonly stereotyped in the media today are Jews. When thinking of Jews, an individual may call to mind a few things, such as all Jews are obsessed with money, bad at sports, white, and have big noses. The television show on FOX called Family Guy does not help to contradict the stereotypes towards this religious group. In season eight, episode two, Lois Griffin uncovered that she was Jewish by chance during a visit to…

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  • Family Guy Stereotypes

    Belonging With Groups Being part of a group can be a good or a bad thing. The feeling that you belong in something can be fulfilling. In this assignment we will explore different types of stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination. I have chosen three TV shows: Family Guy, Simpsons, and The Cleveland Show. I have chosen animation TV shows because I have three small children and they love to watch these shows. Family Guy first aired in 2002 it is an adult animated sitcom. Created by Seth…

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  • Situational Comedy: Family Guy

    Family Guy is a situational comedy about a modern day cartoon family. This family is what most would call dysfunctional. Staring a father with a below average IQ and a peanut for a brain, a talking baby who plans on destroying his mother and ruling the world, a talking dog who thinks he is an author, a son who takes after his father with a well below average IQ, a daughter that everyone picks on and acts as if she doesn't exist, and a mother who is trying to keep everyone inline. Peter, the…

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  • Guy Montag Character Analysis

    the girl Clarise, the TV “family,” and the main character’s name Guy Montag to show the importance of socialization and finding meaning in one’s life, proving that being human requires experiencing the highs and lows that come with it and creating an awareness of how meaningless life is without the ability to learn and make decisions. Throughout the book, Bradbury references the important role of the “family” in the characters lives. Not far into the novel, readers learn that the “family” he…

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  • Comparison Of Family Guy And The Simpsons

    Family Guy and The Simpsons are two American classics. The Simpsons first debuted in 1989, and Family Guy aired its first episode a decade later in 1999. Designed for audiences fourteen years old and older, both television series contain some forms of strong language, sexual content, and dialogue that would not be suitable for younger children. Both television series impacted the realm of comedy in a positive way by producing spin-offs of the original shows in years to come. Many people enjoy…

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  • Guy Montag's Farheit 451

    A man who'd always had charcoal fingers seems to have washed his hands. After 20 years of burning books, Guy Montag met a young girl who led his hands to the water. Clarisse McClellan was "seventeen and crazy," and somehow, she entered his mind and showed him that he was unhappy. Earlier in his life, he'd met an old, cowardly philosopher by the name of Fabor. Fabor also helped push through the thick skull that the society had built up over his brain. Why would these people try to convince…

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  • Significance Of Guy Montag In Fahrenheit 451

    Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury, is set in a large nameless city in the U.S in autumn, 2053. It’ s a scary as much as it is upsetting, and exciting novel, that tries to inform the reader not to let technology, and other things in society blind people and let them to lose sight of what's right. By setting in this mood, it makes the readers stop and think before sitting in front of a television for hours. While reading, keep in mind this was written and published in 1953, 100 years before said…

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  • Guy Montag's Transformation In Fahrenheit 451

    Throughout life people go through different transitions and change as a person. New revelations and experiences can cause a person to change their moral views on a situation. Transformations like this one is what Guy Montag, the main character in Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, went through. Guy Montag originally started off as someone who portrayed the image that he believed in society’s morals. Despite his apparent love for his job at the beginning of the novel Guy Montag was able to listen to…

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