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  • My Culture Is Not Your Culture Essay

    My Culture Is Not Your Culture What is contemporary culture? Contemporary culture refers to the common themes of art, music, architecture, fashion, and literature that are popular at the present time. Many people do not admit this, but families have a major influence on who we become as individuals. A person’s true identity is built according to their culture, family history, and an environment. In other words, an individual 's family history, culture, and environment will shape their identity…

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  • What Is The Father Of Television Essay

    In the early years of the development of television, TV shows and broadcasts could only show an actors’ hands and face due to the lack of a large screen that could broadcast the show. I have investigated thoroughly and have spent a many days researching in departments regarding television. Many people in their everyday lives interact with the television in some way or another. They may check the news, watch sports games, catch up on their favorite shows, use them for recreational purposes, or…

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  • Violence In Sons Of Anarchy

    has changed your perspective on a a topic? A good show can suck viewers in and exceed expectations by hitting millions in ratings; however, not all popular shows can be good for viewers. Such is the case with Sons of Anarchy. Sons of Anarchy is a television show that was created by Kurt Sutter, premiering in 2008. The show depicts the life of a motorcycle gang, SAMCRO, in a small town called charming. The show focuses on the vice president of the club, Jackson “Jax” Teller, who is the son of…

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  • Gendered Tv Femininity Analysis

    women are not valued, and therefore not discussed, nor encouraged, allowing them to slip through the cracks. Those who do enjoy women-centered art forms are often chastised for enjoying what is considered the lowest art. In his article Gendered Television: Femininity, author John Fiske discusses the viewers of female art forms, in particular daytime dramas, and explains how the viewer is impacted, and in turn, impacts the value of the art. His claims are not wildly agreed upon by all, as some…

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  • Essay On Media Violence

    has been extensive research on the relationship between televised violence and violent behavior among youth over the past 30 years. Television violence and the presence of TV’s in American homes have increased tremendously over the years. In 1950, only 10% of American homes had a television, today that number has skyrocketed to 99%. In fact more families have televisions than telephones. Over half of all children have a TV set in there room. This gives a greater opportunity for children to view…

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  • Modern Music Challenges

    popular, rock, or classical music. However, what many do not realize is that there is a large range of mediums through which one can present music. Some of these methods include writing music to accompany a visual or interactive component such as television or video games. Despite the number of opportunities for original music, the art of writing music to picture is a arduous craft in itself. The challenges can sway composers from entering the field, but the rewards are enough to justify the…

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  • Alfred Hitchcock: The Master Of Suspense

    “There is no terror in the bang, only in the anticipation of it.” Alfred Hitchcock Alfred Hitchcock is known for being the “master of suspense”. Born on Aug. 13, 1899 in Leytonstone, England, Hitchcock was one of three children. It is said that he had a lonely childhood due to obesity, which left him isolate and sheltered away from others. His parents had unusual methods of discipline; and often times sent him to the local jail for the police to lock him up for misbehaving, and afterwards would…

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  • Analysis Of Amusing Ourselves To Death By Neil Postman

    believed modern technology from telegraph to television, makes discourse broken, disconnected, and sensationalized. Neil Postman wrote the book in 1980s, the golden age of television, he didn’t foresee the rising new communication technology—the Internet, will create a whole new discourse. Internet amplifying the weakness…

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  • How Does Media Violence Affect Youth Violence?

    many youths have television in their rooms which could give children a greater opportunity to view programs without parental supervision. Researchers show that young children could copy aggressive and dangerous acts on TV in their play with peers. Before the age of 4, children are unable to know the difference between fact and fantasy and may view violence as normal. Media Violence does affect youth violence; if…

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  • Media Effects On Children

    The major concern among people is how do children respond to watching violence in the media. It has become impossible to escape the violence. By 18 years of age, the average young person will have viewed an estimated 200,000 acts of violence on television alone (VITM). Violence appears in movies, TV show, music, social media and even some kid shows. The new question is, how does this affect the children that are experiencing violence through media? Children who view acts of violence through the…

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