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    friends have gotten from playing this music has inspired me to want to compose music. This experience highlights that composing music brings many people joy, helps, and inspires them. As a music composer, one could compose for animation, video games, or movies, to have fun composing while affecting humanity. One profession that involves composing music is an animation score writer. All types of music has its style and rules, and animation scores are no different. Musical scores for animation are often more energetic than other forms of media. (Fernandez) Music for animation changes styles, tone, and mood more often than other…

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    look and act. Music videos expose women as sexual objects and inferior to men. Video games are a form in which media promotes and spreads the misogynistic ideal. Television shows exploit women as sexual objects. Music videos, video games, and television shows symbolize women as sexual objects causing no inspiration to stop violence against women and the spread of anti-awareness toward women’s rights. Many people believe that the media helps develop awareness and inspiration toward women’s…

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    Values Across Pop Culture Have you ever watched a movie or an episode of TV? Have you seen how society values other people and their objects? It is just straight up trash how we treat people nowadays. What about music? Have you actually listened to what the singer is saying? It is all putting negative images in the listeners head. Possibly one of the most negative affects of social networking or media is that it causes the users to get addicted. A value is a general idea that certain types of…

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    Video Games: Who is The Real Killer? On April 20 1999, a terrible event took place. Two young men, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, went into their high school with deadly weapons, and killed 15 people including themselves. Both of the killers had something in common: they enjoyed playing the video game Doom (Vail). Was it video games that turned them into killers, or was there another underlying problem? Is society too quick to blame violent video games for this attack and many others like it?…

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    the dark ages. Now, I’m nowhere near that level of hermit. I have my vices; particularly with my smart phone. My iPhone lives in my front left pocket and I do have a propensity towards its use. I have a girlfriend with a schedule busier than my own so non-face to face communication between us has become key. It also holds my music. Visiting the gym daily, at least two hours of my day is spent streaming music with my iPhone. As far as social media is concerned I am at the level of hermit. My last…

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    Anime and video games are two subjects that play an important role in both eastern and western popular culture. The ascension of both anime and video games into popular culture originated first in Japan, and eventually their influence spread across the globe. I’ve been engrossed in both subjects since I was young, and I believe my appreciation for both was no coincidence. Anime and video games, after all, have always felt similar to me, but why is that? To answer that question, I will consider…

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    on the video game controversy by major news media outlets had helped promote certain views of video games; to a degree, set a moral panic of perceived violent and sexist video games. While the narrative that certain videogames have an influence on gamers is presented by the mass media, there is still another side of the story. The gaming community is considered to be very welcoming, diverse, and inclusive, having people of different backgrounds enjoying the medium. While…

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    Pros Of Distracted Driving

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    motor vehicle crashes involving distracted drivers (“Distracted”). It should be a wake up call to every American that over 3,000 people died in 2014 because of distracted driving. These numbers are predicted to decrease because texting and driving is illegal in all 50 States. We need to realize that texting can wait because no message is worth a human life. It is not uncommon to see people using cellphones while exercising, or in the grocery line, or even during a red light on the…

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    Aphorism On Chopsticks

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    I’m glad some of you learned how to use chopsticks. Our Jing Si Aphorism says “Do everything with a willing heart and accept the results readily. The more effort you put in, the more skills you will gain.” Just like learning how to use the chopsticks, to learn a new skill, you need to put in hard work. Now I’m going to show a video of someone who believes that even with talent, we still need to work hard. John Legend Watch the video clip, Grit 3-2 John Legend Music Video.…

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    Media Violence Essay

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    Media whether it 's television or music kids are constantly exposed to violence. People nowadays argue that it 's not the media 's fault it 's the parents fault for letting them see it, but what would happen to tv if the show if no one watched? Things such as video games, movies, and television, are not the only primary causes for a violence acts committed by kids surprisingly enough. They are only singled out due to the violent images which leads parents to believe that since children view…

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