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  • Shark Week Research Paper

    “No! No! No!Nooooooooooo!!!!” Splash!Gurgerlerg!! That was the heroic sound I made while conquering my fear. Laying on the worn down leather couch, I wrapped myself up in blankets. It was around 7:30 p.m. and I was ready to have FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT. It was my Dad’s turn to choose the movie. “We’re going to watch JAWS after we watch an episode of Shark Week” My dad said in his Dad way. Being 8 at the time I had no idea what JAWS was, but I knew it was an old movie since my Dad got to see it as a kid. My Mom grabbed the black remote and turned on the tv. We watched as the tv went from a dreary-black to a bloody toothed, opened mouth, flesh hanging from its jaw, Great White Shark jumping out of the water. I screamed since the shark looked like it was…

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  • The Negative Impact Of Shark Diving

    both in the news and in the movies. For example, the 1975 summer blockbuster movie "Jaws" directed by Steven Spielberg, portrayed great white sharks as ferocious man eating monsters, that actively hunts humans. In addition, the Discovery Channel is guilty of doing this in their Shark Week television program. The program over exaggerates the behaviors of sharks as being very dangerous when that is not the case. . Sharks are indeed powerful and dangerous animals, but not in the way that people…

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  • Jaws Sound Analysis

    Jaws has been memorable since its release in 1975, but most of its success is due to the magic of editing, which helped hide mechanical defects of production while heightening suspense, and its iconic music, both of which cemented Jaws’ position as a blockbuster. Though the concept of the titular creature becomes obvious shortly after the film beings, the crazily large man eating shark remains mostly unseen throughout the film. Unfortunately, the technology was not available to construct a large…

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  • Analysis Of Glen Hodges's Article 'Swimming With Tigers'

    Most people wouldn't dare to get into shark infested water, let alone cageless, in open water known as “Tiger(shark) Beach” and certainly not without prior shark dive experience...but Glen Hodges defied the majority by doing exactly so. Tiger sharks, “the species responsible for more recorded attacks on humans than any shark except the great white” (88) fill the open water of Tiger Beach and Hodges planned to get up close and personal with them during his dives to see in fact how dangerous this…

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  • Fear In The Film Jaws

    Horror films have multiple ways of invoking fear in the viewer with the different movie tactics used to present fear. In the film Jaws the way the director present fear towards the viewer is by the way the movie was filmed, having just a camera as the shark builds upon suspense of the shark looking for victims, it shows how we are more scared of the things we cannot see like the shark instead of things we can see, in the beginning of the movie we didn't see a shark but halfway through we see the…

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  • Informative Essay On Office Shark

    Sharks… They’re ferocious, aggressive, scary and interesting. Recently, few of today’s news tackle on shark attacks, discovery of shark species, or articles about Katy Perry’s shark back up dancers. Maybe, the sharks felt that we celebrated Shark Week, so they should be doing something to call our attention. Or maybe they’re just playing us? Hmm.. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/im-proud-my-backup-aaron-harris?trk=mp-reader-card Sharks are usually found in the depths of the ocean and seas.…

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  • Narrative In Wildlife Program: The Crocodile Hunter

    Narrative in wildlife program - The Crocodile Hunter “I reckon that’s a big one.” I whispered with glee while skipping on a treacherous trail I created with sofa pillows, staring intently at an imaginary crocodile. “Crikey!” I shouted as the imaginary crocodile leapt at me with wide-open jaws. Without any hesitation, I jumped on it and wrestled it as though my life depended on it. After minutes of wild trashing, I emerged victorious, subduing the ferocious crocodile with my bare hands. “That…

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  • Shark Tank Swot Analysis

    The Bottoms up dual-purpose vest is like a regular life vest, but it could do so much more. It could be used as a regular life vest, a floating seat, and a seat cushion. They were seeking a $120,000 investment in exchange for a 15% stake in their company. Their chair cushions are listed for $65 and their vests are listed for $90, each of them being “the world’s first Coast Guard-approved, multifunctional personal flotation device.” Most of the sharks were skeptical about investing in their…

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  • Beyond Reasonable Doubt: A Thematic Analysis

    I picked the July 2016 edition of National Geographic because the front cover caught my immediate attention. It has a picture of a fingerprint and it references the CSI. I love anything related to the CSI and FBI so I thought this issue will be a great choice for me. The first article I read was titled “Beyond Reasonable Doubt.” It started off with a cold case in Louisiana about a young woman who was brutally murdered. They were able to gather a DNA sample but found no killer. Years later, they…

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  • Mise-En-Scene Analysis Essay On Jaws

    Noe Molina Analysis Essay #2 JAWS Prompt B JAWS is a 1975 mystery/drama that will leave you guessing on what is going to happen next. Set near a tourist town in New England, police chief Martin Brody struggles to decide whether to close a beach because of a recent shark attack or not. The movie continues as mayor Larry Vaughn wants to leave the beach open because of the amount of revenue that could be lost. Both go back and forth on the decision, until ship captain Quint and Matt offer Brody a…

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