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    consequences of these materials. It order to discuss the extent to which pornography is harmful, it must first be defined what pornography is. From this point and thereafter the term pornography will be assumed to be “sexually explicit material (verbal or pictorial) that is primarily designed to produce sexual arousal in viewers” (Stanford) . This is the definition provided by Williams and is widely used in discussion of pornography due to its ability to distinguish between merely sexually explicit pictures (such as genitalia in a high school biology book) and sexual explicit material, which would generally be considered porn. This essay will specifically focus on the degree of harm resulting from mainstream, heterosexual inegalitarian pornographic films. By mainstream I mean this will not include fetish genres. This essay will also primarily focus on the post-production harms of consuming porn and not the harms to any of those actually involved in the process of creating the content. Having both provided an acceptable definition for the term pornography and addressing any assumptions, I will now critique Cooke’s argument on pornography. The two main points I will be critiquing are that pornography is fiction and that false beliefs obtained from pornography about the real world are not harmful. Through critiquing the argument, any weaknesses or flaws of the argument will be determined. As a result, this will provide justification that pornography is not simply fiction, and…

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    addition to this, celebrities also have easier access to the Hollywood scene, considering that they 're part of it. They can help influence how adult magazines are distributed and used. These magazines play a big role in the human trafficking business as well. A public hearing of Los Angeles, in 1986, said that “photographers tortured women and girls accordingly, and then sold the photographs to the publisher. The photographs were included in magazines [and] sold nationally in pornographic…

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    about sex had altered their lives. First, the most interesting and eye-opening person that spoke was Shelley Lubben. Her downfall started at an early age when she was disregarded by her parents and sexually molested at the age of 9. This then caused her to look for love in all the wrong places. After being kicked out of her parent’s house, she was approached by a man in whom another man wanted to make love with her with the offer of 35 dollars, in which she accepted based on the circumstances.…

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    There are always second chances even for a porn star or at least that 's what they tell us about the documentary After Porn Ends. As is the case with sports stars, Singer or another celebrity; the professional life of an actor or actress erotic is limited, but thanks to the mature subgenres as has public for any life situation. The director and screenwriter Bryce Wagoner made the documentary After Porn Ends, which was recorded in 2012 and is based on the lives of several famous actors and…

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    I find easiest to apply to real life was The Actor as Object of Desire, by Don Shewey. In passage one, the author details meeting their idol and getting the opportunity to become more connected or intimate with them, but turn the opportunity down instead because “intimacy pulls the plug” on the idealization of another human being. This is a very true statement in my mind. Actors, whether on stage or in film, are as human as they come, despite the masses’ attempts to put them on a pedestal.…

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    light, sound, and more. And it is like showing someone how you feel about something the way someone else sees it. Filipinos are generally inclined into this type of mass media representation for it provides their amusement and diversion to the reality of life. Having the heart for patronizing locally produced films is a social phenomenon to the Filipinos. It also serves them a unique emotional pleasure and satisfaction every time they watch movies. In films, there are different kinds of…

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    The idea of breaking the fourth wall is not exactly a new concept in modern times. However, in the Elizabethan era, the concept of meta-theatre was one of the first iterations of this. In a nutshell, meta-theatre describes the blurred line between the world and the stage, audience and actor, reality and illusion, seeming and being; much like the breaking of the fourth wall does today in digital media. In Hamlet, this concept of meta-theatre is depicted through Hamlet’s viewing of himself being…

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    Many of the singing and dancing scenes were shot seamlessly using a single take. I assume that the camera is on a track similar to a train during the “Good Morning” song because the actors move from room to room but the camera shot remains the same and follows them throughout the set. Close-up shots were used almost exclusively for kissing and other intimate scenes which I felt helped the viewer understand the emotions that the characters were feeling. I think the cinematography used in this…

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    The Actors Society is constituted by human beings. Although sociologists seldom endow agency to individuals, they still describes some of the actions of the actors in their works. The two theorists here are French theorists, who have tendency toward bestowing less agency to the actors as most French theorists do. However, their discussion cannot lose the part of actors if they want a whole picture instead of a partial one. In my view, albeit Durkheim and Foucault are similar at putting less…

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    “Animated characters have interacted with live actors before...but, even in “Mary Poppins,” animation was used as a gimmick. No one ever risked creating a movie which is breathtakingly complicated technically but can succeed artistically only if an animated drawing and a live man form a human bond.” Previous hybrid films had worked for the cartoons, the accommodated for them, letting the camera remain in place and having the living actors fit into a cartoon like lighting . Their interactions…

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