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    be giving teens the opportunity to speak up and say how they think they’re represented in the media. The media portrays teenagers in many ways which can be shown as realistic or unrealistic representations and can give misleading thoughts about the young adults. The accurate representations of teenagers, ‘Looking for Alibrandi’ by Melina Marchetta, is a novel about a half Australian half Italian teenage girl who is struggling to cope with her teenage existence because of her cultural…

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    A strangled boy, an innocent executed girl, a sick boy, constant fears and several mysterious deaths...It is not a killer, who is guilty of all these terrible and strange events, but a young scientist whose name is Victor Frankenstein. In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein we are told of a man Victor who creates a life. This creation, his creature, is perceived by society because of his physical appearance being so called a “monster” although his creator is in fault of his creatures actions.…

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    In “The Monster of Phineas-n-Ferbenstein,” an episode of Disney Channels television show Phineas and Ferb, in an ode to Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Ferb’s ancestors Dr. Phineastein and Ferbgore create a Frankenstein-like monster so they can enter it into a monster building contest. Although some aspects of the television show are similar to Shelley’s novel, many important themes and plot points are left out because the show is catered to children. The story simply focuses on the creation of the…

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    His knowledge his greatly enhanced as he discovers an abandoned leather satchel with three books named Milton's Paradise Lost, Plutarch's Lives and The Sorrow of Young Werther. He considers these volumes as his treasures as they have an immense importance to him. The creature is enthralled with each of these volumes reading each one “as a true history” (pg 92) and considers Milton's story of the struggle between…

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    short period of incarceration followed by a sentence reduction(Clear, 2006, p.229). Boot camps however, are physically rigorous, disciplined, and demanding regimens emphasizing conditioning, education and job training. This is mostly designed for young offenders. The first boot camp was created in the state of…

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    John Flanagan Analysis

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    then wrote a new series The Brotherband Chronicles while also continuing his Ranger’s Apprentice series. The books were originally written for his teenage son to see heroes that didn’t need a lot of strength and then continued the stories for other young adults to enjoy and find motivation in. As seen by his personal social media, John Flanagan has been much loved by many of his fans when met in person and shares the multitude of fan art that they make for the series. Such examples included…

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    At a party full of under-age teens who were drinking, Brett Finbloom passed out after drinking vodka. Brett’s friends did not call for help right away because they were afraid to get arrested for under aged drinking. Eventually one of them called for help and Brett was rushed to the hospital, which later on diagnosed Finbloom of having alcohol poisoning. Brett died two-and-a-half days later. Maybe if someone would’ve called sooner, he might still be alive today. Unfortunately they were too…

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    Gray Matter In Teens

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    Teens are considered “adults” at the ripe age of eighteen. They are often asked to make life changing decisions at this time in their life, such as moving out or marriage. Researchers often wonder if this age is too young to make reasonable choices. There has been numerous studies on a substance found in adolescents known as gray matter. Gray matter is the cause for this stupidity found in teenagers. According to The Teen Brain Still Under Construction,”...Volume of gray matter was the highest…

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    are parents, adolescents start to believe finishing their education becomes impossible. Without their education, they will financially struggle with their future child desires and needs. Romantic teenage relationships cause negativity towards young couples’ life mentally and physically. Relationships between teens should be well thought and sure that the person is the right one to invest time into. If not, I believe teens should wait to get into…

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    The Creature views her as Frankenstein views Elizabeth; she is holy, perfect, and innocent. When he first sees her, he describes her as “young and of gentle demeanor” and “she looked patient” (Shelly 71). Agatha is the gentle and noble angel, even upon first sight. The Creature then continues to watch Agatha, and he sees “the girl met him [Felix DeLacy] at the door, helped to relieve him…

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