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Political Cartoon: Obamacare or Republicare - Have you ever gotten sick or know of anyone who has but cannot afford the medicine. If so then you must ask yourself, “how am I going to get your hands on the medicine that I need?” With the Affordable Care Act (aka ObamaCare), you would not have to worry about that. ObamaCare is an affordable health care plan to which all American citizens can get medically taken care of without spending a fortune, regardless of what is wrong with them. Obama-care is necessary to the American public. Reasons being for ObamaCare being necessary are that middle and lower class citizens cannot afford health insurance, certain plans do not offer certain medical procedures, and it ensures citizens to have no med...   [tags: Affordable Care Act, Advantage]
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The Gary Valvers Cartoon - The press are saying, "Nuclear energy," "Libya," Japan," Iran," Energy policy," "gas price," " budget cuts," and then on the right has the president with a big smiles, his caption stating, "Here's what you've all been waiting for...My NCAA picks." The Indianapolis cartoonist, Gary Varvel is the man behind the cartoon. He is known for many publications, and awards, most recent was the 2010 Grambs Aronson Award for cartooning with a conscience according to an interview by Alan Gardener (1). According to groupcartoonist.com (2), Varvel was born and raised in Indianapolis in 1957, and quickly started his comic drawing lifestyle....   [tags: America, Obama]
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Cartoon Violence - Cartoons on a television are glue to children. Children will spend hours a day watching their favorite cartoons, such as “SpongeBob SquarePants” or “Adventure Time.” Unfortunately, the content on these shows, and several others, can harm children. Directly, cartoons can affect how children think and act; additionally, this leads to the indirect effect of children physically hurting one another. Children daily see hundreds of violent acts on television. Most parents notice the obvious acts of gore and try to avoid those types of shows; however, what parents do not realize is that cartoons contain just as much, if not more, violence per episode....   [tags: children, television, aggression, behavior]
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Economic Cartoon Analysis - In today’s grim economic climate, cartoonists across the country have taken pen to paper to satirize and make light of the gloomy situation the United States is currently in. This particular cartoon deals with several major economic principles, such as the idea that people face tradeoffs (Raj). To illustrate, in society, there is a tradeoff between efficiency and equity. Efficiency means society is getting the most it can from its resources, whereas equity is distributing economic prosperity fairly among the members of society....   [tags: Economics]
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Cartoon The Simpsons - Cartoon The Simpsons The Simpsons first came to life in the waiting room out side James L Brook's office the executive producer of the Tracy Ullman show where Matt Groeing was sitting there sketching away. He created all the characters inside 15 minutes and named them all after his own family. They were first shown as 30-second bumpers in the Tracy Ullman show. Bumpers are shown before the adverts to make them more interesting. In the bumpers the Simpsons characters looked very different to what they are now, Lisa was often called a female version of Bart....   [tags: Papers] 1139 words
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The Cartoon Version of Animal Farm - How successful as an adaptation of the novel is the cartoon version of Animal Farm "A film for all the family. It educates and entertains with a story that is forever timeless." This was how the animated version of 'Animal Farm' was described. The eighty-seven page novel written by George Orwell aimed at teenagers and adults has recently been converted into an hour and ten minute long film which is suitable and supposedly appealing to young children. This meant having to cut down and altar some of the storylines and characters within the novel to suit this age range but at the same time, trying not to lose the basic structure of the novel and the messages given out by George Orwell through...   [tags: Animal Farm Essays] 1392 words
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Message from Satirical Cartoon, in the Cold Again - ... The title of the cartoon is an allusion. The title “In the cold again”, alludes to the point of information where a historical event occurred between both of the parties, The Cold War. Cold War was a war between the United States and the Soviet Union. The hammer and sickle embedded in Vladimir’s body eludes to the information that it a sign of communism. However, this may also allude to the Soviet Union due to the representation of the hammer and sickle in the Soviet flag. Through the clever use of public information, the prime minister of Russia, Vladimir is portrayed by the cartoonist as a shirtless and a muscular person....   [tags: allusion, irony, personification] 753 words
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The Case of Swedish Cartoon Artist Lars Vilks - ... This option does appease Islamic groups and hopefully resolve the crisis. However, it could also raise public suspicion of Swedish Press Council’s commitment to Freedom of Expression/ Press. The authoritativeness of Swedish Press Council in media and Swedish society could be undermined. Without authoritativeness in journalism, Swedish Press Council’s operation and financing will face great challenges in the future. Second, the Swedish Press Council supports that publishing cartoon was a practice of Freedom of Expression/ Press....   [tags: Nerikes Allehanda, draft review] 917 words
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Cartoon Review: The Arthur books by Marc Brown - As a child, I always looked forward to Saturday morning cartoons. My family had the most basic cable package, which consisted of fewer than twenty channels. These did not include popular kid’s channels such as Nickelodeon or Disney Channel. One morning per week cartoons appeared on my TV screen, and I would wake up early, excited and engrossed in the plotlines. As times have changed and more research has been conducted, opinions on the effects of have cartoons changed. Several medical organizations came together in 2000 to submit a joint statement to Congress expressing “viewing entertainment violence can lead to increases in aggressive attitudes, values, and behavior, particularly in childr...   [tags: Nickelodeon or Disney Channel, Pokémon]
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Islam And Cartoon Controversy - A discussion of religion can branch into any number of topics, over any number of denominations and sects, about its effects on law and politics, and its role within society. However, mention religion today, and one subject arises universally: Danish cartoons. Out of context, this sounds ridiculous, but within a sound framework, the subject broaches religion at every possible entry. Perhaps no event in recent history, excluding 9/11, has provoked such a universal and rapid backlash. Retaliation against the publication of these comics stunned and shocked the world and led to the mass proposition of one question: Why....   [tags: Religion Muslim Islam] 1902 words
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cartoon violence - Animation Violence Children from the ages 6-11 spend more time watching television than they do in the classroom. The “renaissance of TV animation” has undoubtedly led to more violent cartoons then ever before. But to talk about cartoon violence, it must first be defined. Webster’s Dictionary defines violence “as the act (or threat) of injuring or killing someone.” (Webster) And although the violence is not real, a child does not know the difference. Throughout the essay an understanding that the new wave of television animation is becoming more violent, and is effecting children in more ways then one....   [tags: essays research papers] 794 words
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My Favorite Cartoon - My Favorite Cartoon ¡V The Simpsons Watching a hilarious cartoon on television may seem like the most relaxed thing in the world. However, ¡§The Simpsons¡¨ is not only a stupid funny cartoon to keep us laughing for joy but also a clever TV program mixed up with irreverence and slightly twisted morality. I¡¦m not saying that how much influence this show can bring to our reality. But I think it¡¥s very well written. Also it constantly reflects and spoofs our society. The whole story takes place in a mythical town of Springfield in America....   [tags: essays research papers] 504 words
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Carbon Footprint, by Jeff Parker - A carbon footprint is a measure greenhouse gases produced through our daily activities. The average individual's carbon footprint is around three and a half. This means that humanity is using three and a half earths. This political cartoon by Jeff Parker addresses this popular issue. I will analyze this political cartoon according specific criteria, such as its design and visual elements, the genre, and type and spacial elements of the argument to provide a rhetorical analysis that considers the purpose, audience, and argument....   [tags: Cartoon Analysis]
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Media Violence - Cartoon Violence and Violent Children - Cartoon Violence and Violent Children With the recent increase in violent crimes committed by children, adults have been looking for answers to what causes children to commit these acts. Researchers have performed formal studies, and other approaches have been taken to answer the question. Their ideas and perceptions have strayed far and wide, looking for a suitable answer; one such answer of the many they have uncovered is television, but especially television geared towards children: cartoons and animation....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics] 2830 words
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Cartoon Violence, Has it gone too Far - Cartoon Violence, Has it gone too Far Aggression. Killing. Revenge. Sound like the latest Scream movie or Keanu Reeves thriller. You may be surprised to hear that this describes the average Saturday morning cartoon. One of the most surprising facts is that the level of violence during Saturday morning cartoons is higher than the level of violence during prime time. There are 3 to 5 violent acts per hour in prime time, versus 20 to 25 acts per hour on Saturday morning (Gerbner,1). Violence on television in general is damaging to society....   [tags: essays papers]
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McCarthyism aka “The Red Scare in Herblock's The Crucible - ... In “The Crucible” Miller writes about a young girl named Abigail Williams. She dances in the woods and gets caught by her uncle and her niece falls into a stupor. Eventually witchcraft is mentioned and people are accused by the niece and Abigail. The people who are accused are taken to court. Judge Danforth is the one who evidentially in the end send people to their death but really Abigail accuses them and acts like their spirits are being sent out onto her. In the end she has the overall power because without her acting and continually accusing people Judge Danforth really would not have any people to execute....   [tags: communism, cartoon, symbolism]
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Going Down With the Ship: Affordable Care Act - Glenn McCoy’s political cartoon, on the website Townhall.com, is a parody of President Obama’s Affordable Care Act and the 1921 tragedy of the Titanic voyage. It is very well known that the Titanic was thought to be unsinkable and because of that misconceived notion there were far more people than life boats. While on its first voyage the Titanic struck an ice burg and sank to the bottom of the ocean killing the majority of its passengers and crew. The captain of the Titanic was said to have made the decision to sink with his ship instead of taking a much needed spot on the lifeboats....   [tags: Political Cartoon, Security Protocol]
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Techniques the Charity Adverts Cartoon and Cribs Use to Get Their Audience's Attention - Techniques the Charity Adverts Cartoon and Cribs Use to Get Their Audience's Attention Introduction, In the advert “Cartoon” a “Cartoon” boy is seen to be thrown around by his father who is very violent. The father has just walked in from work and the “Cartoon” is happily watching T.V, when suddenly the father gets angry and starts to hit the “Cartoon”, at the end the child is running when the father pushes the “Cartoon” down the stairs and we discover that the “Cartoon” is actually a real boy lying dead on the floor....   [tags: Papers] 941 words
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The Pride of Baghdad, The Lady and The Tramp, and The Persepolis - I am writing the analysis of three comics, which are, The Pride of Baghdad, The Lady and The Tramp, and The Persepolis. When I read The Pride of Baghdad and The Persepolis, I think that it is very fasctinating story. In my opinion, when I read The Pride of Bagdad, it reminds about the Iraq War. In addition, it also tells me on how terrible the war can be. Why comic becomes famous. Comic is sequential art or text. According to the Wikipedia, The Pride of Bahgdad is the graphic novel written by Brian Vaughan....   [tags: Comic and Cartoon Analysis]
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A country built on immigrants - In 1776, America gained their independence from England and built a system based on democracy. A system which states that, the government shall respect a country built for the people and by the people. English has been spoken in this country for centuries, but the United States is a place of freedom, liberty, and opportunity for change. Many people come here to achieve the American dream. Majority of the people living in the U.S speak English as well as other languages. English is necessary in order to thrive in this country, but it should not be forced upon people to learn to speak it....   [tags: democracy, cagle cartoon, government]
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Cuban Missile Crisis Image - The Fifth image is a cartoon drawn by Victor Weisz, for The Evening Standard published 16 July 1963, the cartoon depicts Khrushchev negotiating with Kennedy and MacMillan over the Berlin wall and the image also shows Khrushchev acting aggressive behind the Chinese wall with Mao on the other side. This cartoon represents the two important problems that Khrushchev had between the before and the Cuban Missile Crisis. The first being the Berlin Crisis, which started with Khrushchev trying to force the west out of Berlin and then the construction of the Berlin wall, which turned into the 16 hour tank standoff at checkpoint Charlie....   [tags: Khrushchev, kennedy, cartoon]
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Political Cartoon - America has gone through different economical phases, especially when one of the big issues is the working class and the conditions that the working class faced. The most rigorous and grueling conditions were brought about in the era of 1870-1920. At this time the make up to the working class shifted drastically, the work expectation was not possible, and the working conditions were horrendous. The world of the ‘working class’ thus changed drastically. In the 1870’s, there was a flood of immigrants coming into the country....   [tags: American History, Working Class] 1885 words
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Transformers (2007) Directed and Produced by Michael Bay - As a young child, my cousins and I were very intrigued of cartoons. One that caught my eye was a cartoon called Transformers. We would constantly fight over the auto bots or decepticon action figures. It was one action packed filled cartoon with automobiles that transformed in to robots to save the world. It definitely brings back many childhood memories and brings the kid within me out. What average child would not want to watch that. Transformers (2007), directed and produced by Michael Bay, filled animation film of a classic cartoon....   [tags: technology, Michael Bay, classic cartoon]
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Stereotype of Women with Rape - ... But the pre-requisite courses are ‘How To Dress’, ‘How To Behave’, and ‘How To Please Everyone, I can notice that you are making an emphasis on how women’s image is highly influenced by people’s prejudice about rape, and you are exemplifying gender conflicts with some common stereotypes people have towards women - women should be responsible for the way they behave and dress. Furthermore, your quote implies to the audience that people have a preconceived notion that women provoke rape because of the way they dress and behave to others....   [tags: gender, issues, opinion, cartoon, public] 696 words
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Comparsion of TV Shows Family Guy and South Park - "It seems today, that all we see is violence in movies, and sex on TV. But where are those good old fashion values, on which we use to rely?" The lyrics to the opening of Family Guy gives an overview of the popular shows and movies that are seen today and how they no longer have stories or morals. The creators of Family Guy and South Park have created shows that have morals and stories that come in humorous and creative ways. By doing this both shows have found a way to be somewhat educational and impactful in society by using specific character development, episode structure and critics/ controversies to their advantage....   [tags: morals, education, society, humor, cartoon] 2522 words
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Senator Joseph McCarthy and The Committee of Unamerican Activities (HUAC) - The political cartoon “It’s Okay--Were  Hunting Communists”manages to sum up the events and political chaos of "The Red Scare"(751, Government and Law). Specifically, the artist is able to mock President Harry Truman, Senator Joseph McCarthy, and The Committee of Unamerican Activities(HUAC). The artist use of facial expression and symbolism paints a picture for the audience, and their feelings towards these issues. The use of this political cartoon also take historical events, and helps to illustrate the meaning and consequences of these events....   [tags: political cartoon, Harry Truman, Red Scare]
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Asian Stereotypes in the Media - “Family Guy” and its Asian Stereotypes “Family Guy” is well known to be a cartoon of disgrace and ill-mannered portrayals of real life events. Asian Stereotype was no exception portrayals in “Family Guy”. In many of the Asian stereotypical scenes in “Family Guy”, one of the episodes shows a scene about an Asian woman driver causing wreckage on the freeway as she exits out of the freeway itself. The following is a dialogue of the scene: ASIAN FEMALE DRIVER. How much signals do I need to cut across a lane....   [tags: Family Guy, Television, Cartoon, Pop Culture]
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American Film was Born from White Depictions of Blacks - History “American film was born from white depictions of blacks” Rogin (1996) Rogin (1996) argues that American films became popular from popular images at the time of caucasian people painting an image of African Americans using the well known "Blackface". "Maafa 21" is a film Directed by Mark Crutcher released in 2009; this film looks into how African Americans history shortly after slavery and how they struggled with labels and categorised with different types of insulting names. This documentary is a study about how allegedly the higher achy was trying their best to eliminate the race, by dehumanising the afro Americans thus making the “average white folk” believe that they are a burden...   [tags: blackface, cartoon, african americans] 1545 words
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The Art of Animation - Cartoons, feature-length films, cel work, stop-motion, all vastly different ways animation can be created, produced, and presented, yet an astounding amount of people are still under the belief that it is strictly for younger audiences. Animation, in essence, is drawing movement (Taylor 7). This can be achieved using methods such as individual drawn frames, computer-generated images, cut-out animation, and many more. Although the process is meticulous and tiring, the end result is usually gratifying and worth the hard work....   [tags: cartoon, puppets, stop-motion]
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Physics Behind Basic Animation - Animation Animation is a series of images that are places one after another to produce the illusion of movement. Just like most art forms it takes practice to become really good at animating. Computers have helped to make animation a quicker and simpler process then it once was. Now computers have been used in almost every animated film that has come out in the last ten years. Because of this animation quality has improve dramatically to the point that animated characters are serving as major characters in many of the top movies today....   [tags: physics animation animate cartoon] 2790 words
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Psychological Approach in Analyzing the Implication of Violent Cartoons - In the past 80 years, children were usually entertained by animated films and television shows. Started in early 1920, Felix the Cat was the first cartoon icon. Followed by the characters of Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Pluto that were introduced by the Disney Brother's Cartoon Studios in the late 1930's (Hassen and Daniyal,2013). In line with this, it has been proven that cartoon shows have been part of the lives of almost every children. On the other hand, many theories have been noted about the history of the most watched cartoon shows by children....   [tags: tv shows, cartoons, children behavior]
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Gender and Stereotypes in Disney's Animated Movies - It is not a secret that for quite some time now Disney’s animated films have influenced particularly children’s mental identities regarding how they will view to society as well as the status quo. Disney film makers are not the creators of the gender and racial prejudices that are ever present in media, however, they certainly encourage the image of a woman being submissive and almost always white. As it relates to women of color specifically, Disney animated films have been exclusive and biased in terms of representation....   [tags: princesses in cartoon films]
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Summary of Disney´s The Little Mermaid - “Part of Her World” Walt Disney’s The Little Mermaid, written and directed by John Musker and Ron Clements, is an animated fantasy and romance film. Based on Hans Christian Andersen’s tale, it tells a story about a mermaid who falls in love with the prince who lives on the human surface. The film teaches the young audiences life lessons. The animated film makes the story feel realistic to young adults because it’s about struggles of a teenager becoming an adult. It helps teenagers to identify real life situations....   [tags: Cartoon, Illustration, Movie] 1654 words
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Saturday Morning Cartoons - Saturday Morning Cartoons Saturday morning cartoons are on the verge of becoming extinct on the major networks. Year after year there are continually less and worse cartoons on Saturday mornings. It was painful and sad but I thought that they had hit rock bottom and they will only get better from here. However, it now seems that cartoons may very well slide out of existence. How did this happen. Where have all the cartoons gone. Is there any hope in the future or will we all lead a cold, miserable existence (ok it might not be that bad)....   [tags: Television TV Cartoons Essays] 1197 words
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Evaluation of the Cartoony Website - Evaluation To evaluate the overall Website, I’d say that I made it consistently by keeping a recognisable colour scheme, keeping the elements in one style (Cartoony) and by keeping the background and button locations in the same place. I’d also say that I may have made the website for the wrong target audience; I did not notice this until after I had created the website. While the idea of “Dinosaurs and Robots” may, on paper, be for little kids I would think it wouldn’t keep any older children away....   [tags: overly simplistic design with a strange theme] 1462 words
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Violent Cartoons: Are They Actually Violent? - In today’s society, 54 percent of kids have a television in their own room (“Facts and TV” 1). To add to that, about 109.6 million televisions are in homes throughout the country (“Facts and TV” 1). Is what the children are watching safe. Whose responsibility is it to make sure they are watching something suitable for their age. In the article, “What’s Up Doc. A Bloody Outrage, That’s What,” by Katherine Ellison, she focuses on a specific cartoon that she can recall specifics from when she encountered her young son watching it....   [tags: Media]
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Teddy Roosevelt and Political Cartoons - ... One of the depictions from 1900 shows Roosevelt on a horse with the caption “Vice-Presidential Possibilities: The Rough Rider.” Roosevelt is dressed in his military uniform, but is sitting next to a typewriter and a telephone (with wires in the background). Although the aim here is to remind the public of his heroic past, the office-like elements make Roosevelt look more official and a little more fit for office. In 1902, his military career is still the focus in some of the cartoons. Specifically, one depicts the battle of San Juan Hill, the one for which Roosevelt is most famous....   [tags: commentary on current events] 847 words
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Cartoons: A Double-Edged Sword? - Our children live in a world based on fantasy in a medium that most people have access to. This medium does not require complex skills to get information, which is why cartoons have become a double-edged sword. We know that cartoons are directed to children and therefore should have a positive influence on them, but this varies according to the programming and control of parents over their children. Most kids are pulled into the world of television long before they even enter school. In 2009, in an article written by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), reported that every kid in America under the age of 6 watches an average of about 2 hours of screen media a day, primarily TV (1495-1...   [tags: Television]
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Influence of Cartoons on Kindergarteners - ... [1]The influence of cartoons can be commonly viewed in kindergarteners and their actions . Positive and negative impacts Positive impacts Negative impacts Helps in kindergarteners education: Kindergarteners relate to cartoon Characters well and retain educational lessons taught by cartoons [2] Encourages violence: Kindergarteners may grow up aggressive and engage in violence ,unaware of the consequences Encourages good moral behavior; Cartoons have role models teaching values such as honesty [3] Health problems; kindergarteners spend too much time watching cartoons -> overweight or have eyesight problems Kindergarteners feel more confident; They talk and behave in the same manner a...   [tags: impact, encourage, morals]
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Influence of Cartoons on Children - There’s an ancient chinese proverb that states “A child’s life is like a piece of paper on which everyone who passes by leaves an impression” (Great-Quotes.com.) People blindly believe that children are easily influenced by violent cartoons on television. From generation to generation parents are always warned not to allow their kids to watch too much violent cartoons. What kids watch- and not just how much- matters when it comes to television viewing (Rochman.) But just how true is that. Research on the negative influences of cartoons on children is inconclusive and complex....   [tags: television, violence, behavior, media, parenting]
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Popular People and Cartoons - ... She is a cat lover she owned a cat names Luna who died in 2006. She’s also catholic and is a vegetarian. She speaks English, Gaelic and French. Chloe Bridges: Camp Rock2 Mitchel Musso: Hannah Montana His nickname is Mitch. He was born in Rockwall Texas. He started acting at age 8. He always wears a bandana somewhere on his body. His favorite movie is Matrix. Tony Oller: The Purge Has been acting since age 9. Began his career in Houston Texas. He has double dimples on his left cheek. He has a beauty mark on his upper right forehead....   [tags: summary and outline] 886 words
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Analysis of Cartoons Illustrating the Eqyptian Unemployment Problem - ... The two cartoons show us the message clearly of how the problem of unemployment is hard and threatening, but cartoon “B” is better because it has stronger techniques like symbolism, exaggeration, labeling and irony. Symbolism is found in both cartoons. Symbolism is the use of simple objects to stand for larger concepts or ideas. In cartoon “A” the door that the graduates enter is representing Unemployment. And it seems that there is nothing outside this door which means that they will become jobless after graduating....   [tags: graduates, irony, jobs] 841 words
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Violence in Cartoons - Violence in Cartoons In my opinion, there is an extreme amount of violence portrayed in cartoons. As a result, cartoons have been transformed into a fast expanding epidemic that is damaging to the audience of cartoon viewers throughout the country, and possibly around the world. Not only are cartoons physically violent, they are emotionally, mentally, socially, legally, and culturally attacking at human society of the past, present and future. During my extensive research, things that were observed were almost all types of cartoons I have ever come across, as well as expert’s ideas, parents intuition and how children react....   [tags: Papers] 720 words
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Keith Haring: Communicating Through Cartoons - As children we find entertainment in cartoons. Such simple shapes and figures provide hours of amusement watching them do trivial tasks like drive cars and go to work. What if they represented more than just a Sunday morning or brief entertainment. What was Disney really trying to say. For artists like Keith Haring, cartoons become his way of communicating with people about what he thought was important and needed to be heard. Haring used cartoon figures in a powerful way within his work. Keith Haring was born May 4, 1958 in Reading Pennsylvania.1 He grew up in the small town of Kutztown, Pennsylvania with his mother, father and three younger sisters....   [tags: Biography ]
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The Bill of Rights (a story drawn in strips): Political Cartoons - ... THE THIRD AMENDMENT In this comic (made by me) I drew a scene showing a cop staying in a couples home as a steak out for a criminal but it is clear that the cop has just been mooching off of the couple and doesn’t plan on leaving soon. I created this cartoon to display a sort of scenerio where the third amendment doesn’t exist and soldiers and law enforcement are free to stay where they please. This comic shows the importance of our third amendment and the complications of a life without it....   [tags: Awareness, Controversial] 1339 words
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Physics in Cartoons - Physics in Cartoons The cartoon that was analyzed by our group was the Disney movie The Emperor's New Groove. This movie is very entertaining and comical, however when a closer look is taken at the use (or lack thereof) of Physics Laws, many errors can be found. The following are four examples of situations in The Emperors New Groove where the laws of physics were over looked and ignored in the creation of the scene. #1 (19:05-19:48) After Emperor Kusko is turned into a lama, he is put into a cloth bag and thrown into a stream....   [tags: Papers] 541 words
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Political Cartoons' Dynamic progress of Women's Rights in Canada - ... In the upper left-hand corner there is a man saying, “Well I’ll be damned,” while leaning on a balcony beside a snail, which symbolizes the rate of progress that parliament would assume if women were allowed to participate. This is a demonstration of the importance of the male dominance in government, and an argument against the suffragette movement. The final pre-War cartoon is another anti-suffragette opinion in response to the 1912 arrests of protesting women. It is titled “My Wifey Is In Jail” and depicts the husband of an incarcerated suffragette attempting to take over the traditional role of his wife in the kitchen....   [tags: evolution, pariament, suffragette] 1784 words
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The Effects of Violence in Children Cartoons - Television is everywhere these days, not just in our living rooms but in bathrooms, kitchens, doctor's offices, grocery stores, airplanes, and classrooms. We have access to TV virtually anywhere and as American's we are taking advantaged of it. Adults aren't the only ones watching TV; children today are watching more TV than ever before. TV has even become known as "America's baby-sitter." (Krieg). Meaning that parents are now using the television as a way of entertaining their children while they attempt to accomplish other things such as cooking and cleaning....   [tags: Psychology] 2392 words
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Impact of Cartoons on Children's Behavior - Impact of Cartoons on Children's Behavior       Television programs that are targeted towards children, such as cartoons, can affect children in both positive and negative ways. I examined a variety of cartoons on both commercial and public television to observe the content of children's programming and determine the effects, both positive and negative, that programs have on children. The cartoons contain a wide variety of subject matters that can influence children in many different ways. I found that the majority of cartoons choose to use violence and inappropriate subject matter to entertain children....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics Media Violence]
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Gender Issues in Cartoons - Gender Issues in Cartoons Gendered roles are evident in all forms of the media. For my research, I decided to view the gender construction in cartoons. After viewing the Cartoon Network for a day, I decided that Dexter’s Laboratory would be the best show to document the gender roles and common ideologies of men and women in society. Dexter’s Laboratory is based on the tale of a child genius. A small, red-headed boy genius, Dexter lives in a quiet suburban neighborhood with his mother, father, and older sister Dee Dee....   [tags: Sociology Female Compare Contrast Essays] 648 words
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Effects of Cartoons on Children - Effects of Cartoons on Children Introduction: Effects of Cartoons on Children Children have become much more interested in cartoons over many years and it has become a primary action to some lives. Typically, children begin watching cartoons on television at an early age of six months, and by the age two or three children become enthusiastic viewers. This has become a problem because too many children are watching too much television and the shows that they are watching (even if they are cartoons) have become violent and addictive....   [tags: Television Entertainment Papers]
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Political Cartoons and Republicans - Introduction The Republican Party was founded by a coalition in 1854 and was comprised of former members of the Whig, Free-Soil, and Know-Nothing parties. The slavery issue shattered America’s established political landscape and catapulted the Republicans from what seemed like nowhere straight into the White House in 1860. After Fremont’s attempt at winning the presidency in 1856, Lincoln won the election four years later, cementing the Republican Party’s desire for executive power. In the aftermath of the Civil War, the United States found itself politically gridlocked....   [tags: essays research papers fc] 2695 words
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Catoon Violence - Cartoon Violence In the cartoon, All Dogs Go to Heaven, the main character, a dog, dies. When he arrives in heaven, he receives a watch that allows him to return to earth. After viewing this scene, Matthew, a five-year old boy, asked his mother when his dog would get her watch. Matthew's dog passed away over a year ago, but because Matthew, as well as other children, is unable to separate real life from fiction; he believed that his dog would receive a watch and return to him. Many types of violence are viewed in cartoons and because they are centered on the interest of children, children are at great risk of mimicking the actions and attitudes the characters portray....   [tags: essays research papers] 1057 words
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The Danger of Overpopulation - ... And one of the smartest ways to discuss the problem and aware people of it, is to present it to the audiences in an ironic way as cartoons. Take for an example, these two cartoons. The first cartoon shows the earth as a human being and it is beaten up which show us how the earth is suffering from overpopulation. The second cartoon shows the earth as a human being also but this time he (the earth man) is being showered by a lady, which show us the amount of pollution caused by this problem. Although both cartoons address the Overpopulation and its effects on earth using some persuasive techniques, yet the cartoon of the earth man and that lady is much stronger and more persuasive, because...   [tags: waste, cartoons, techniques] 675 words
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The History of Islamophobia - ... Irony is one of the most important persuasive techniques that could ever be used to deliver the cartoonist's message. It is the difference between the way things are and the way things should be or the way things are expected to be. In The dog cartoon irony is represented in the speech of the man saying "Don't be afraid I call it freedom of speech." His words contradict with what is happening in real life. The Europeans have their own religion and beliefs but actually they are not convinced with Islam and they still think that Muslims are terrorists....   [tags: terrorism, muslim, cartoons] 811 words
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The American Animation Industry and Walt Disney - ... It eventually went from the permission to use Mickey Mouse on some pencil tablets, to manufacturing Mickey Mouse dolls, dishes, toothbrushes, radios, figurines etc. Merchandise helped the company be able to start producing longer, high quality animated, sound produced feature films. Walt Disneys success would keep growing when he told his animators that they would be producing a feature film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The feature film would turn out to be a big hit and Disney's “highest grossing film of all time”....   [tags: diversity of cartoons, WWI, films] 2283 words
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The Impact of the Flinestones and the Simpsons - ... The Flintstones family was made up with Fred, Wilma, Pebbles, Dino, and Baby Puss. Fred was a loving husband and dad that worked at a rock and gravel company for his boss Mr. Slate. He was easy to get angry. He would spend his time bowling with his neighbor friend Barney. Wilma is his wife that loves to spend money. Their daughters name is Pebbles and she has two pets, a dinosaur and a saber toothed cat. The Simpson on the other has been a show that came out in the nineties and is known as the greatest cartoon of all time....   [tags: cartoons, family, humor] 607 words
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Animation: How It Has Evolved in the Past One Hundred Plus Years - ... When the galloping horse passed through the system and triggered the tripwires the camera would take a picture. This resulted in the 12 frames that proved the "unsupported transit" theory and ultimately gave birth to animation. After the success of the horse gallop, Muybridge continued to film animals and humans with the same tripwire method and much of his work is still used by animators today. He also invented the Zoopraxiscope which aloud audiences to see the sequences in motion through a projection onto a screen....   [tags: history of moving cartoons]
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Biography of Walt Elias Disney - Walt Disney once said, “the age we’re living in is the most extraordinary the world has ever seen. There are new concepts of things, and we now have the tools to change those concepts into realities. We are moving forward”. Disney was a great thinker, inventor, and innovator. His greatest belief that he lived throughout his life was that we need to follow our dreams, make them come true, and do what makes us happy, not rich. Walter Elias Disney, better known as Walt Disney, was born in Chicago, Illinois on December 5, 1901....   [tags: Film Maker, Cartoons]
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The Fight for Women's equality in Canada - One of the best ways to judge the different political arguments in Canada from the early 20th century, is by reviewing the different political cartoons that were released. These were an effective way of educating the masses because it did not require an advanced education or vocabulary to understand where each side was debating. One of the more popular conflicts that were ongoing in the first years of the 1900’s was the fight for women’s equality. This included the right to vote and the right to participate in government....   [tags: political cartoons, canadian parliament, equality]
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American Propaganda During World War II - ... Seuss’s cartoons. Besides the cartoons that portrayed Germany, Japan, and Italy as sub-human savages, animations were used to depict the enemy in the same way. The American government and army turned to Walt Disney for his animation propaganda. In “Der Fuhrer’s Face,” Walt Disney mocks Nazy Germany and Japan through satirizing the language, body stance, and culture of Adolf Hitler and his followers and allies. Disney satirizes Hitler by overly emphasizing the Hitler salute to come across as irritating and brainwashing....   [tags: allies, media, cartoons, axis powers] 1996 words
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Japanese Cartoons as a Cultural Product - The cultural product that I will be focusing on is Japanese cartoons. A more colloquial term “Manga” is used when referring to such comic books. I hereby focus on Manga because of its popularity and ubiquitous nature in Japan. About 35 per cent (Allen & Sakamoto, 2006) of all publications are in serial and paperback formats and they are read by people of all age groups and class (Craig. J, 2000). The prevalence and popularity of such manga suggest that it may be an accurate indicator of social norms and values in the Japanese society....   [tags: Marketing Business]
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Wile E Coyote: Modern Day Trickster - What is a trickster. A trickster typically breaks the creeds of the divine or nature, most of the time this is doomed maliciously, but sometimes with positive results. More frequently than not, the rule-breaking will capture the pattern of tricks, or thievery. Tricksters are generally cunning, foolish, or perhaps both. They are usually very funny even when they are scared. In diverse cultures the trickster and humanizing hero are often merged in one. Tricksters are particular to their own cultures....   [tags: television, cartoons, media] 910 words
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The Effects of Television on Young Children Ages 2-6 - Flashback to 15 years ago I often think about how I would wake up at 7 am on a saturday morning to get my cartoon fix. Back then TV was fun, but it wasn’t always frequent, it was more of a weekend morning thing while you had breakfast and then eventually made your way outside to play with your friends. I myself am always babysitting some child here or there whether it be my niece, or a family friends’ grandchild. I had often noticed the differences between the children and their television habits, for some would watch a little and then want to run freely, whereas others would rather be sat in front of the television and not budge until a commercial....   [tags: Cartoons, Aggressive Behavior]
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Imaginations and Creations of Dan Povenmire and Jeff Marsh - ... In contrast, imagination is defined as, also based in Oxford dictionary, “the action of forming new ideas, or images or concepts of external objects not present to the senses.”Therefore, I believe that imagination is a way to innovation and creativity. Despite this, some can argue that without knowledge, human had never taken any step in any single revolution, lighting without fire, healing smallpox, etc. Also believing in the indispensability of knowledge, I want to emphasize that knowledge, though is just a stepping stone of imagination; without an insane thought about a lamp lighted without fire for his mother’s surgery, Edition would never step in science and using his knowledge to c...   [tags: nickolodeon, disney, cartoons]
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Why Youngsters Love Video Games - ... It’s exactly why this sport is generally popular amongst both women and children. This philosophy is easy. You layout a quilt and build your tea-party. The teapot is really a spinner and each participant has a convert. The choices the arrow may land on are teacup, plate, tools, meal, fruit, treat, and milk. The primary person to accomplish their environment benefits. The only strategy is you can not claim the food until you’ve compiled a dish. There’s also a drop a convert selection to the spinner to keep consitently the game fascinating....   [tags: cartoons, controller, utube] 538 words
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Anime: Animation from Japan - The word anime is an abbreviation of the word animation. In Japan, the word's used to refer to all animation. Outside of Japan, it's become the term for animation from Japan. Otaku, people who have obsessive interest in anime, also refer it as Japanimation (Japanese animation). Anime in Japan are for people of all ages, anyone can watch anime. However most anime and movies are produced for children, adolescents, and young adults, but there are also anime that are made for the older generation of people....   [tags: japanimation, unlike American cartoons]
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The Creator of Walt Disney - Someone who is not only known for his movies, but for his amusement parks is Walt Disney. Walt Disney had a rough start to his creative career, but he still managed to become one of the best creators of all time. As one of the most well-known creative minds of his time, Walt Disney is famous for both animation and family fun. To begin Walt Disney started out by making cartoons for his high school newspaper, and at night he took courses at the Chicago Art Institute. He soon moved to Kansas City and got a job at the Pesmen-Rubin art studio, and he met a cartoonist named Ubbe Iwerks....   [tags: cartoons, animated films, amusement parks]
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Anime or Animation in Japan - The word anime is an abbreviation of the word animation. In Japan, the word's used to refer to all animation. Outside of Japan, it's become the term for animation from Japan. Otaku, people who have obsessive interest in anime, also refer it as Japanimation (Japanese animation). Anime in Japan are for people of all ages, anyone can watch anime. However most anime and movies are produced for children, adolescents, and young adults, but there are also anime that are made for the older generation of people....   [tags: otaku people, cartoons, character development]
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The Effect of Learning Integers Using Cartoons - Describe the design of your study, stating clearly which variables in the study are (i) dependent or criterion variables (ii) independent or predictor variables. The study by Sare and Mehtap was about the change in attitude to mathematics of 7th grade students when cartoons were used in teaching integer. The experiment were conducted on 61 7th grade students from two different departments of a primary school. The students were separated into the experimental group and the control group with 30 and 31 students respectively....   [tags: 7th Grade Students, Attitude to Mathematics]
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Perceptive Vision - ... While there is no former study specifically reciting it, multiple studies over the years have charted the impact of television on the minds and eyes of developing children (Paraphrase, BGSU.com). Depending on what program and topic, since most children are habitual television watchers, the child can either take it with a grain of salt or directly mimic it. “Typically, children begin watching cartoons on television at an early age of six months, and by the age of two or three become enthusiastic watchers” (Hossler & BGSU, 2004)....   [tags: Effects of Cartoons, Children, Television]
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Psychoanalysis of Sydney Carton - The mind of the human being is a complex, unique, and unpredictable system. While unveiling the mysteries of the human mind is not an easy task, psychoanalysts attempt to peel back the layers of the human psyche to better understand the human race. Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung are two such psychoanalysts who analyzed human behavior in connection to the mind and also scrutinized the connection between the subconscious and conscious mind. The transformations and complications of the human mind are often displayed in literary characters such as Sydney Carton from Charles’ Dickens A Tale of Two Cities....   [tags: Psychology]
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The Metamorphosis of Sydney Carton - Sydney Carton, “one of Dickens’s most loved and best-remembered characters” (Stout 29), is not just another two-dimensional character; he seems to fly off the pages and into real life throughout all the trials and tribulations he experiences. He touches many hearts, and he even saves the life of Charles Darnay, a man who looks surprisingly similar to him. In Dickens’s A Tale of Two Cities, Sydney Carton is a selfish man of habit, a cynic, a self-loathing drunk, and an incorrigible barrister until he meets Lucie Manette; throughout the novel Sydney is overcome by his noble love for Lucie and transforms from a cynic to a hero as he accomplishes one of the most selfless acts a man can carry out...   [tags: Dickens, literary characters]
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The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian: Junior’s World in Cartoons - ... It conveys to readers how Junior feels optimistic about changing the world around him with his drawings. In addition, Junior also says, “I draw because I feel like it might be my only chance at leaving the reservation,” (pg 5). Junior feels that drawing is his only chance to leave the bad things behind and to look forward to better, greater experiences. He uses his cartoons as a way to express his need to be free from the reservation. An example of that is when Junior draws a picture of himself in tears inside a ring of people around him, (pg 160)....   [tags: identity, crisis, life, thoughts, feelings] 555 words
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Sydney Carton in Charles Dickens’ "A Tale of Two Cities" - Sydney Carton is the most memorable character in Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities, a story of redemption, resurrection, self-sacrifice change and love, all of these words have to do with the extreme transformation of. Sydney Carton had such great love for Lucie Mannette that evolves from a depressed loaner that can only attempt to substitute happiness with alcoholic indulgence to a loyal caring friend who makes the ultimate sacrifice for the ones he loves. In the beginning, Sydney Carton’s the character that everyone looks down upon....   [tags: Charles Dickens, Tale of Two Cities, ]
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The Scarlet Letter and the Egg-carton - The Scarlet Letter and the Egg-carton An analogy between two subjects can often lead to a better understanding of one or more of the topics. This point can be displayed by a comparison between the classic novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter, and a normal egg-carton. An analogy can be made between the concealment of secrets in the novel and the concealment of the eggs by a closed egg-container. Also, a correlation can be made between the revealing of secrets by the characters in The Scarlet Letter and the revealing of the many eggs by an open egg-carton....   [tags: Scarlet Letter essays] 984 words
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Sydney Carton in Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens - ... Because he feels so strongly that there’s no point in trying to amount to anything, his jealousy lies beneath him along with all of his other emotions. “You were always somewhere, and I was always- nowhere.” (95) Sydney is speaking to Stryver about Stryver’s achievements in life and how Sydney had never lived up to his standards. Because Sydney feels no need to stop being such a bitter man, society has done well to affect his view on life. Not only did society have an effect, but the Revolution played a major role as well....   [tags: society, revolution] 770 words
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THE EFFECT OF PEN HOLDING CONDITIONS ON THE HUMOUR RATING OF FUNNY CARTOONS - THE EFFECT OF PEN HOLDING CONDITIONS ON THE HUMOUR RATING OF FUNNY CARTOONS ABSTRACT Previous research concerning the facial feedback hypothesis contends that manipulation of facial expression induces emotional arousal. The aim of the experiment was to determine whether holding a pen in the mouth in way that resembles certain facial expression effect humour rating of cartoons rated by participants under one of three conditions. A sample of 60 naïve second year students from Monash University was divided into the three treatment conditions to test the hypothesis....   [tags: essays research papers] 2520 words
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