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  • How 1960s TV Affected America

    appears on the screen, living life in the town of Bedrock. On comes an ad about toothbrushes, then another about saving the local park. Then you see Walter Cronkite reporting his nightly news, and Andy Griffith playing his part on The Andy Griffith Show This is what 1960s TV was all about. Without the era of sitcoms, cartoons, debates, and advertisements, what you see on TV today would be much, much different. The 1960s was a blossom that created a bed for the development of today’s television. In the 1960s, about 90% of households in America consisted of a TV (McLaughlin). Almost every American had seen the Kennedy-Nixon debate, and hundreds of thousands of children had watched a Cartoon, like the Flintstones, or a children’s TV show, such as Sesame Street. When something happened on TV, almost everybody would see it, which made everything that much more important. 1960s television was a decade of sitcoms, cartoons, advertisements, and debates that changed modern TV in America not only by broadcasting the very first presidential debate, but by using personally moving actors and reporters that have advanced advertising and entertainment forever. How 1960s TV Affected America and Its Entertainment Today In the year 1960, television was something that everyone knew of, and those three channels that were available certainly changed America with its debates and acts of non-racism. The first first televised presidential debate was the Nixon-Kennedy debate, and right then and…

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  • The Life And Life Of Linda Bove And The Voice

    series, Bove joined a CBS soap opera called, Search for Tomorrow. She then went on to make more appearances on prime time television, even starring in a Christmas special that was first broadcast in 1973 and went on to be repeated throughout the years. Then in 1976, Linda joined the Sesame Street program as a regular as “Linda the Librarian.” Because of Linda’s background and degree in Library Sciences, this role seemed to come naturally to her. In 1979, she went back to NTD to play a major role…

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  • Essay On Big Bird Going To China

    Imagine being 4 years old, watching your favorite character perform on your favorite show. Confident that you were knowledgeable of everything he was going to do next. Then you get a surprise, Big Bird is going to China. Your level of excitement is uncontainable. You have only seen him on Sesame Street, with Oscar the Grouch, Grover, Burt and Ernie. He was leaving his nest; he was not just traveling to another place, but to an entirely different country. I had to question, “How was he going to…

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  • Sesame Street Theme Songs

    “Sunny day, sweepin’ the clouds away, on my way to where the air is sweet, can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street?” These catchy lyrics can only be identified as the iconic children's show, “Sesame Street”’s theme song. Over the years, the program has come a long way from its creation, first episodes, and cast and special guests. Despite these changes, Sesame Street remains a household favorite and will continue to be for years to come. As the eventful decade of the 1960’s…

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  • Teddy Bear Research Paper

    Human Sized Teddy Bear: Ultimate Guide to Picking the Right Size Show your girlfriend or boyfriend you care with an awesome gift. Sure, you might be holding each other, but we also need something big and furry to hug every once in a while. What better gift could you get than a giant teddy bear? Your loved one will beam with joy and rush to embrace their new teddy bear - just don’t feel bad when they love that bear more than you. We have an adorable collection of unique, customizable teddy…

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  • Kenzie's Intellectual Disability Report

    labels them; she is also taught skill acquisition in the vocational and social development and to expand all the individuals who work at Enterprise personal capabilities. Spending the day with Kenzie will forever impact me as I continue my career in social work. It has opened my eyes to helping clients right to self-determination and doing what is best for them. Kenzie has the right to work; she enjoys it and it is important to keep in mind when working with individuals who are diagnosed with a…

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  • The Influence Of Creative Writing And Creative Writing

    writinguniversity.org mentioned "…80 Years"-- that’s eight decades-- the city has been teaching writing skills. "The Iowa Writers ' Workshop at the University of Iowa pioneered the teaching of creative writing at the university level." It was unheard of back then for a university to grant graduate degrees for creative writings. What the University of Iowa did is set a precedent. They were the inception of these programs. A University of Iowa News release points out: As the home of the highly…

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  • Themes Of Motherhood In Sylvia Plath's Morning Song

    Sylvia Plath’s “Morning Song” explores a mother’s complex emotions towards her newborn child after giving birth for the first time. Although motherhood is often regarded as a joyous event that gives a woman’s life purpose and meaning, “Morning Song” instead depicts motherhood as a complicated event fraught with uncertainty and fear, but also with love and affection. Rather than expressing overwhelming love and happiness, the mother in the poem feels distant from her child and gradually learns to…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Definition Of Medicine

    I remember one time when I was younger; I would get sick and need to take my dose of medicine, literally. Medicine time to me was something that made me cry from the thought of it, even till this. Like when I four years old and sick with a horrible fever. I would hide underneath my blankets (I know that’s a good idea and nobody would find me). While I was hiding, I was suddenly hit with the cold air and a surge of light beamed against me, before I knew it my mom dragged me out of my warm,…

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  • Symbolism In Interpreter Of Maladies By Jhumpa Lahiri

    In the short story, interpreter of Maladies, Jhumpa Lahiri incorporates symbols to help the reader better understand the relationships that are shown. The symbols vary from objects to actions. Often times these symbols can be overlooked and rendered meaningless, but with intent examination they can help us better understand the story and the relationships that are portrayed. Interpreter of Maladies is a story centered around a family and their tour guide. This family includes a Mrs. Das, Mr.…

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