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  • Pessimism Vs Optimism Essay

    Optimism versus pessimism is a popular topic that has always been discussed. It is as debateable as the question of which came first: the chicken or the egg? The egg did. The answer, to me, is just as obvious as which is more important: optimism or pessimism? Optimism. An overall optimist view on life would improve the world greatly because of the growth of perseverance and dedication that would be seen in society. During difficult times, like the recent 2016 elections, all there is to do is to…

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  • Stereotypes Of Reality TV

    “Reality” Television Author of Reality TV: Factual Entertainment and Television Audiences, Annette Hill, writes, "In the early stages of the genre, reality TV was associated with on-scene footages of law and order or emergency services; more recently, reality TV is associated with anything and everything, from people to pets, from birth to death" (Hill 41). Hill’s observations showcase how reality television evolved throughout time. Reality TV swept modern American society, especially during…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Reality Tv

    Are the scenarios that we perceive on reality television really a realistic display of most people’s reality? Often time’s people are being fooled into thinking that their lives can form to fit those of the actors seen on television, when in fact those people and their lives are only an act put on display for the enjoyment of others. The minds of many are being overtaken by false views of society due to hours spent in front of a television watching shows that are supposed to represent reality.…

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  • Television And Unrealism

    Most people in the United States have watched TV. The programs that people watch show people doing things that aren’t usually seen in an ordinary day, and because of this Barbara Ehrenreich argues that TV is unrealistic and does not represent real people in the real world. (claim)Ehrenreich is correct in saying that TV is unrealistic, yet while she is trying to show this as a negative quality, this is actually the very purpose of most TV. Most of the best TV shows and movies are very unrealistic…

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  • Value Of Succe Essay

    Have it ever happened to you that you are sitting in your soffa watching a movie, a program or even a soccer match and then you start thinking immediatelly about the main star of the tv show, movie or soccer match you are watching admiring them and intrigatelly trying to understand what did the do to achieve so many succeses?, how did they get so high? And then a voice in your head says "hmmm…. Maybe it was just luck or maybe was destiny". Believe it or not this are the type of thoughts that…

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  • Reality Shows: Keeping Up With The Male Body

    After long hours of working or studying people tend to get to their houses to rest and relax, now a day’s television programs have become a way of escaping from reality and engage in the show. The genre of the shows may vary upon the person and their likes, but to day’s society and younger generation find reality shows to be amusing. An example of a very widely known reality show is “Keeping up with the Kardashians”. People spend most of their time watching shows and thinking of themselves in…

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  • Reality Tv On Our Teenagers What Can Parents Do Analysis

    When girls watch shows such as Keeping Up With The Kardashians and America’s Next Top Model, they see a high-fashioned lifestyle with beauty, designer outfits, and loads of money that they wish they could live. Peek uses The Jersey Shore as an example for excessive partying and mentions that the cast “spends an entire summer binge drinking…

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  • Child Abuse In Tlc's Here Comes Honey Boo

    In the past centuries, reality TV shows has become one of the most common forms of entertainment in the many households. “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” is a popular reality TV show aired by TLC, featuring a “Toddlers and Tiaras” star Alana Thompson, who is well known as the ‘Honey Boo Boo Child’ by many, and her “redneck” family as they screen their daily life in rural Georgian. The show was thought to be one of the most controversial reality TV shows of all time and although the TV show series…

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  • Reality TV: Just Entertainment

    Reality TV: Just Entertainment or is it Causing People to Pursue Conflicts in Their Lives? What began as a new form of entertainment with The Real World in the 1990s, has progressed to become reality TV, a questionable influence to millions throughout the country. The specific sub-genre of documentary-style reality television, such as Jersey Shore and 16 and Pregnant, follows the lives of either regular people or celebrities, showing their everyday activities. These shows contain a lot of…

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  • Stereotypes Of Reality Tv Shows

    As said by Georgia Jagger “Reality tv rots people’s brains.” Reality tv results in children and teens becoming sexists and believing in stereotypes. Reality tv ruins common morals and causes child and teens to act as the actors in the show. Parents should monitor the number of hours their children watch reality tv. Watching reality tv creates the basis of delusions and dangerous stereotypes for the impressionable. When watching reality tv children start to believe what they are seeing on…

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