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    culling sharks to ensure greater public safety, has caused nationwide debate, which is reflected in media texts through different views on the controversial measure. Dr Euan Ritchie, in his opinion piece, “predators such as sharks essential for world’s health” (Herald Sun 28/1/14), points out to his Victorian readers who may not be informed on the issue or support the cull that the killing of sharks is a dangerous and irrational practice that should be abandoned. Likewise, Horacek’s cartoon which may be aimed at those sympathetic for sharks, illustrates a similar view point to Ritchie, in that the cull is unjustified and politically motivated. On the contrary, the editorial (Australian 29/1/14) in addressing the issue to readers or activists opposed to the cull, argues in support of the government’s actions. Ritchie begins his opinion piece by expressing concern over cull, highlighting the negative impacts it has on the ecosystem and the ocean’s food chain. Ritchie claims that sharks like many other predators, are “critical…

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    Shark Tank Swot Analysis

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    In season 9, episode 5 of Shark Tank, the sharks (investors) are faced with many important decisions that can make or break the businesses for these four companies whose businesses range anywhere from clothing to home improvement. The first entrepreneurs that came on the show was Eric Huang and Steven Mazur with the company “Ash & Anvil” out of Detroit, Michigan. Their clothing line is a brand made especially for “short” men. While making their pitch to the sharks, Steven said “one in three…

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    Cops don’t experience shoot outs every day, half their day or sometimes more is spent on doing paperwork, doctors don’t receive mesmerizing cases everyday nor do they save every patient they encounter. Many aspects that TV presents about career life and choices isn’t accurate and yet these shows remain and act as socializing factors for young adults, teenagers, and even real adults who have yet to choose their career path. For exercise one: Working Conditions and TV jobs, I decided to analyze…

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    Tv Music History

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    The term television music is a term of all music that is broadcast on television. It has functioned in several different ways, reflecting the array of genres and modes of broadcasting. It has also been called as “production music,” to emphasize dramatic programs, enhance mood and narrative structure and meaning, which is similar to music’s function in films, and as a way to mark transitions within a television program and between programs. Scholarships have claimed that the function of music on…

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    web series such as the camera falling over, but doesn’t break; and they include a mixture of fake footage, performed by actors, with actual footage from their fans on the show. After explaining how iCarly represented each of these techniques the older television series used, LaTouche explained the benefits of these techniques and how it engages the fans of the series and psychologically convinces the audience that the characters of the show are real people. Throughout the rest of the journal…

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    Sherlock Holmes Effect

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    character fall to his death in order to save the lives of those close to him, then die in the arms of his best friend John Watson, and finally cut to a scene of Watson visiting Sherlock’s grave …only then to have Sherlock reappear out of sight from the other characters, alive and well, watching the aftermath that his death has caused (www.pbs.org). This particular plot device follows Mittell’s guidelines for operational aesthetics in that it leaves the audience not asking “What happened?” but…

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    Therefore, there are people that argues than watching TV is actually good because it allows their brain to function in a different way. Steven Johnson, the author of “Watching TV Makes You Smarter” himself states, “You have to focus to follow the plot, and focusing you’re exercising the parts of your brain the map social networks, that fill in missing information, that connect multiple narrative threads” (Johnson 292). It exists many TV shows that makes people follow the plot from the beginning…

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    Court Observation Report

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    You can see many elements that are common to a courtroom such as, tables and benches made out of wood and are evenly situated among the room. The audience members are more than welcome to sit in the benches in the back facing the judge. There are also two tables and seating for both the defendant and the plaintiff which happens to be angled towards the focus of the judge’s bench. Another comparison that the series showed was the conducting of cross-examination. The judges ask questions to one…

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    Teen Wolf Research Paper

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    They have a character for every attitude and all different people, you can always relate to at least someone in the show. But if you plan to start watching, you have to start from the first season and the first episode. But you have to do that with any good show. The characters in this show are so likeable and relatable, it’s crazy. There’s the main character Scott McCall, he’s a star lacrosse player and an animal lover, who works in a vet office when he’s not at practice. The person he works…

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    Television shows provide viewers with entertainment, information but most importantly relaxation. There are a vast amount of genres of television shows from reality, drama; informational programs like the news and comedies. Amongst the many shows my favorite one is the comedy The Golden Girls. The Golden Girls is about the comedic escapades of four mature women living as housemates in Miami, Florida. Dorothy is the headstrong woman of the house, Sophia her mother is the sassy and sarcastic…

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