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    Paparazzi Stereotypes

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    In the last couple years, it seems that there is always a news headline about a celebrity getting into an argument with the paparazzi, and there is always that one person that feels the need to say, “They signed up for it,” but that’s not true. These celebrities signed up to do what they love; they signed up to do a job just like any other person. What they didn’t do is sign up to have drones fly over their homes, be followed and yelled at as the walk down the street, or be photographed as they are eating dinner with their family and friends. The definitely did not sign up to have their privacy stripped from them. The word “paparazzi” dates all the way back to the 1960’s. Federico Fellini named one of his characters Paparazzo, who was a celebrity…

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    However, that does not always happen. “It's not really a surprise when celebrities lash out and take their aggression out on a seemingly defenseless member of the camera carting crew.” (Zimbio) From smashed cameras to punches thrown, Zimbio lists the Top 10 attacks on paparazzi from celebrities, which included; “Kanye West attempted to board a plane from LAX…One photographer in particular suffered … West rushed towards the photographer, stole his camera, then smashed it to the ground.” Also…

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    List all the crimes the paparazzi report. The paparazzi generally report small misdemeanors. Such misdemeanors include catching people smoking in non smoking areas, illegally dumping trash, selling expired food, and public intoxication. They aren’t targeting celebrities or politicians, but instead, regular, unsuspecting citizens. Which, if any, do you consider it ethical to report? I think it is ethical to report people who are committing misdemeanors that could harm other citizens. People who…

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    Privacy In Paparazzi

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    Regulations Will Prevent Journalists from Obstructing Justice Magazines, newspapers, and several online sources help the average U.S. citizen stay current with what is happening in the world. Journalists (which includes paparazzi and reporters) will go out of their way to get America the information they need, all while being protected by the First Amendment. Americans can hear about government scandals, celebrity trends, and global issues from articles these journalists produce. But the…

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    Privacy In The Paparazzi

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    Moreover, media attention according to celebrities has evolved within an entire loss concerning privacy in regard to each private or public trouble for many celebrities. Also, it loss is incompletely owed after the status concerning celebrities as like public figures, which subjects their day-to-day lives according to extra wide inspection than the average resident. Additionally, the masses encourages this imputation into the lives on celebrities by their mania including each and every bit about…

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    Paparazzi Popular Culture

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    As mentioned above, the constant clashes between paparazzi and public figures are a never-ending, insoluble matter, which even results in fierce lawsuits and deaths. The death of Princess Dian of Wales in 1997 is one of the most shocking and tragic curses of paparazzi. This dreadful example clearly demonstrates the seriousness of paparazzi and arouses criticisms in the public (Dakss, 2005). In fact, in Hollywood, it is so natural and common to see paparazzi chasing after celebrities, and they…

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    Celebrities vs Flashes Paparazzis get paid to follow and take pictures of celebrities, but some celebrities don’t like that and can’t do anything about that. The government should prohibit paparazzis from taking pictures of celebrities who don’t want to be photographed because paparazzis just do the job to get paid and don’t care the celebrities or their children’s protection and what they think of them because paparazzis have the right to take pictures of them even if they dislike that, and…

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    move worth being famous? From flying paparazzi drones to harassment the life of a celebrity seems to be portrayed as glamour. As the brilliant Anthony Liccione said “ Gain fame, and the paparazzi or media waits and watches for them to slip, just to shame their name.” Paparazzi are blood thirsty animals ready to snap a photo of a celebrity in the wrong place at the wrong time just to ruin their life. Although some say that once a celebrity become famous they’re giving away their private…

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    figures often followed by paparazzi, who want to secretly dig some news for broadcasting. Ironically, those who don’t want to be photographed all the time are quite enjoying watching these types of news. In…

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    Princess Diana's Eulogy

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    Princess Diana was loved by millions around the world and those millions were devastated by her untimely death in 1997. Charles Spencer's eulogy is efficiently constructed through embellished diction, meticulously implemented tone shifts, and abundant anecdotes which help Spencer accuse the paparazzi of Princess Diana’s death and also to explain all the positive attributes that she had on the people around her. In this eulogy, Earl Spencer expresses his sorrow for his sister's death, but…

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