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    Although, I do not recall if I truly hated the show or if I only hated it because I rejected everything that was popular (I was an underdog, and I fought for the underdogs). One day, he called me that name over and over again until I had had enough. I was going to teach him a lesson. I raced home on my bike, complete with ribbons and training wheels, and sat down at my desk to write Chancellor an angry complaint. I wrote that I did not in fact like to be called “Hannah Montana” and he should cease this funny business before I did something really crazy (These were far from the truthful words, but they symbolize the spirit in which I wrote the note). I sped back to his house as fast as my chubby legs could pedal. While he was still standing outside, still dazed from me leaving, most likely, I shoved the letter into his mailbox and turned around to go back home. He watched me the whole time. Jaden, Yogi, and a girl flaunting black, skin tight sweatpants, with the word “PHAT” bedazzled on the side came with their frosties and fries to my backyard. We sat on my family’s fold-out, metal picnic bench, and I watched my friends down their Wendy’s. Mom came outside to call Sarah and me in for dinner, and we sauntered…

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    Disney Channel aired the first episode of Hannah Montana on March in 2006. The show featured a girl named Miley Stewart living a double life as a normal teen by day and a pop superstar, Hannah Montana, by night. It became an instant hit and only grew more popular throughout the four seasons, which ended in 2011. Since television is the most powerful factor influencing our generation today, Disney knew Hannah Montana would be the perfect role model for tweens. She solves everyday teen problems,…

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    Miley Cyrus’ Vanity Fair Scandal Miley Cyrus, the renowned daughter of country star Billy Ray Cyrus acquired a passion for acting and singing at a young age. In 2004, Cyrus landed the role of Hannah Montana in a Disney series targeted to young teens. The series depicted Cyrus as a young pop star who reserved her celebrity identity in order to be a normal teenager. Cyrus gained record setting success from the wide reception of the Disney series coupled with her music. However, in 2008 Miley…

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    “Life’s a climb, but the view is great”, (Hannah Montana: The Movie). This is line was spoken after the song “The Climb” was sung in “Hannah Montana: The Movie”. This quote is so simple but yet has so much meaning behind it. This one line is filled with strength and emotion, just like Miley Cyrus's song. This song sat on Billboard's number 4 song for 28 weeks straight in 2009. This shows us that the audience is anybody, but mostly younger kids. The audience is younger kids ,as with myself,…

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    negativity through peer sites, social media, tabloids and TV, then maybe they would spend more time being children then trying to grow up so fast. The girl from the story was able to take time for herself to become a woman, whereas, adolescent girls want to speed up the process and become women now instead of growing along with their brain. I think that most of the reason that young girls start dating, changing who they are, trying to conform to who society says they should be and engage in…

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    2. The Climb (2009) In 2009, Miley appeared with her performance in Hannah Montana: The Movie. The movie which reached its popularity by scoring $79 Million revenues tells about the daily life of Hannah Montana who had a double life as both superstar and ordinary girl. Through the movie, Miley appeared as a girl who was known as cheerful, funny, sweet and perfectly clean. Besides, Miley also appeared in more maturing image in this year. She was facing controversy when performing her single that…

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    Stars involved his followers in a charity project he was doing called the ‘Thirst Project.’ On his fan site he posted a link to where you can donate money to earn prizes from Ansel, one being a lunch date if you donate $10,000, for people who aren’t able to pay as much there were $25 and $50 donations in which you could get cards and shirts. This type of charity gets teens involved in a positive way helping people around the world. Although there is some positive celebrities, the amount of ones…

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    Miley Cyrus College Essay

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    How do you think you would react if you had to be someone else for the majority of your life? Early in her life starring as Hannah Montana, Miley Cyrus was always under someone else’s pressure. From performing and always having to be someone she isn’t, Miley Cyrus has finally set herself free after her breakup with former costar Liam Hemsworth. The on and off again couple has been together since 2012, but when the couple finally said their goodbyes, Miley had a different outlook on the whole…

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    she promotes nudity and sex in her music and everyday life. Miley Cyrus is a former actor and now a pop singer. In her acting career, she is most famous for Disney Channel’s “Hannah Montana”. Her father, Billy Ray Cyrus also contributed to her fame because he was also a very popular sing in his own day. After the fourth season of “Hannah Montana” had ended, she really focused on her singer career. Unfortunately, from there she made some poor choices to gain more attention and that’s when it…

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    audience but consumers in public. In so doing, this chapter demonstrates how the cultural and industrial logic of branding and franchising has led to Disney Channel re-imagining creativity as an opportunity for exchange among both its personnel and young consumers/audiences. Specific techniques that target girls as consumers include cross-promotion, branding, construction of the celebrity, and commercial enculturation. Despite the commodification of works, Disney perceives girls as commodities;…

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