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  • The Role Of Sexuality In The Media

    sex has been a heavily debated topic, both on and off the screen. In the early 1970s, a kiss on screen or the mention of a sexual activity would be enough to convince parents to keep their children away. Not half a decade later, though, sexual acts were being displayed on camera for all to see, demonstrating a rapid progression in the acceptance of sexual acts over time in the film industry. Over time, a change has occurred in the regulation of content of American movies, signaling the collapse of governmental censorship. In the span of only five years, the government’s morality policy shifted so dramatically so as to allow even more mature content, having a powerful influence on the public (Brisbin, 16). Kirby Dick’s “This Film Not Yet Rated” highlights the unfair hierarchical value system of the American film censorship system, which reinforces traditional societal attitudes towards sexuality, and goes through unnamed sources to remove parental control over a child’s media consumption. In considering the progression of societal attitudes surrounding sexuality, the media continues to portray sexuality in a light far behind its times.…

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  • Airport Screener Could See X-Rated Xrays Analysis

    In the article “Airport Screener Could See X-rated X-rays” the problem is the government making airport security change to full body scan imaging on monitors. The body scanners are a very controversial topic,l because it takes the privacy away from people by their bodies being exploited by security. For many people the new monitors are unjustifiable, but people have to choose whether they want safety or privacy. The main points of this “Airport Screener Could See X-rated X-rays” article is…

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  • A Homemade Education By Malcolm X Analysis

    The article "A Homemade Education" by Malcolm X was about how he taught himself how to read and write while being incarcerated. While he was in prison, he would write letter to Mr. Elijah Muhammad, the founder of the Muslim sect Nation of Islam. While writing those letters to Mr. Elijah Muhammad Malcolm realized how bad his knowledge was. Being at the Charlestown Prison led him to meeting Bimbi. When Malcolm met Bimbi he was jealous of him, the jealousy towards Bimbi came from the knowledge he…

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  • Malcolm X Villain

    Malcolm X 's actions as a leader are both opposed and celebrated, due to his villainous portrayal as a drug-dealing criminal versus a courageous and principled freedom fighter. Malcolm X was an African American civil rights activist and prominent figure in the Nation of Islam. A hero of the civil rights movement of the late 1950s and 1960s, he was known over the course of his life as Detroit Red, Malcolm X most famously, and finally as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz. Assessing the legacy of his…

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  • Martin Luther King And Malcolm X Essay

    Martin Luther King and Malcolm X During the Civil Rights Movement there were many different kinds of leaders trying to unite the black race and gain equality. Among those leaders, the most prominent and glorified was Martin Luther King. King was a minister from Atlanta, became the spokesman for the fight for equality. King stuck out more than others because of his non violent tactics, which involved peaceful protests, sit-ins and boycotts. Also, during this time there was another leader with…

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  • Character Traits Of Malcolm X

    determination. Such great determination began to show when Malcolm was just a little kid. While his other siblings could never convince their mother to give them what they wanted, Malcolm always knew the way to go: noise. He claimed that so early in his life, he had learned, “If you want something, you had better make some noise.” (P. 8)This shows that Malcolm was determined to be heard, even as a young boy, and willing to do whatever it took to get his way. The determination he showed as a…

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  • Antwone Research Paper

    Antwone’s greatest obstacle was realizing he needed to find his birth parents. Antwone was born in a prison in Ohio and was not later claimed by his mother when she was released (Black, Washington, 2002). Antwone’s father was murdered by one of his girlfriends when Antwone was an infant (Black, Washington, 2002). Antwone was placed into the foster system and adopted, along with 2 other boys, by Ms. Tate (Black, Washington, 2002). Ms. Tate was verbally abusive and physically abuse to all 3 boys,…

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  • Essay On Elastography

    Elastography is a medical imaging modality that maps the elastic properties of soft tissue. The focus is whether the tissue is hard or soft and will give diagnostic information about the presence or status of a disease. It is concerned with providing images that are related to the stiffness of the tissue. This paper will discuss about elastography and the different types as well as, the principles and components involved with elastography. Peter R. Hoskins a Caucasian, male from United Kingdom…

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  • Compare And Contrast Martin Luther King Jr Vs Malcolm X

    Martin Luther King Jr versus Malcolm X Martin Luther King Jr was a son of a baptist minister. As a child he was a passionate person about what he believed in. Martin Luther King Jr was a young gentlemen he was sought out to be a strong leader and motivated speaker and he was put in charge to be a protest speaker. Martin Luther King Jr theology was disobedience and resistance. Martin Luther King Jr wanted equality more than anything. Martin Luther King Jr tactics were in nonviolence acts were…

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  • The Negro Artist And The Racial Mountains By Langston Hughes Analysis

    All throughout Langston Hughes writing he works to make the statement that no matter what, he will never conform to white ideals. In “The Negro Artists and the Racial Mountains” he writes,” I am a Negro – and beautiful!” He even often calls out black writers for trying to conform and blend in with white culture, and he deliberately does not write in “proper” English like white people do because he wants to express his culture and where he comes from. Langston writes,” It is the duty of the…

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