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    Bart Simpsons Behavior

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    One day, Bart Simpson pushes Lisa to her limit. Their parents Marge and Homer go away for the weekend to a retreat and leave Bart in charge. Bart continues to torment and bug Lisa to no end. After reading a book at the library, Lisa puts the perfect plan together to train Bart. Their parent will be gone for three days, the weekend went as follows: Social Learning Early Friday morning, Lisa awoke with her plan in her hand. She would officially end Bart's behavior. She started with the concept of Social

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    Zen Buddhism and Bart Simpson?

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    Zen Buddhism and Bart Simpson? Professor’s comment: The following essay is only one of a series of mind-bending ones that Rob wrote for my class, essays that demonstrated not just a quirky sense of humor but also a razor-sharp intellect and distinctive voice. This particular essay was written in response to an assignment asking students to explain a concept. From the first line of this essay, I knew I was on to something special: how many people would choose to explain an element of Zen Buddhism

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    I Was a Tomboy

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    I was a tomboy. Not a tomboy in the sense that most people think of one, but in the way that all adventurous, curious little girls are. I played kick ball at recess. I wore Bart Simpson sweatshirts. I played Indians. I went fishing. Somewhere along the way, I've lost some of that tomboy in me. It's interesting that when changes come in my life, although the change has probably been brewing for some time, there is usually one event that seems to mark that change. So when I look back, I think of the

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    The Metamorphosis of the Schemer Stereotype

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    inServlet/showid-457/Saved_by_the_Bell/> (April 1, 2004). Degrassi Online: The Unofficial Degrassi Website. 2004. (Apr 3, 2004). The Simpsons Archive. 12 March. 2004. (1 Apr. 2004). TheSimpsons.com (2 Apr. 2004). Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc. The Simpsons: The Complete Third Season. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, 2003. DVD. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc. The Simpsons: The Complete Second Season. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, 2002. DVD. Hughes, John. Ferris Bueller’s

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    specific area of the media discuss the ways it may be termed popular culture For this essay I am going to be studying the popular animated TV series ‘The Simpsons’ and saying why I think that it is a classic example of popular culture texts. The programme is twenty-five minute animation about a family at the bottom of the social ladder, the Simpsons. Revolving around the central family the show takes a sideways look at the life of ‘ordinary’ American people. The family has five main members; Homer the

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    American classics, but the dysfunctional trend returned in the late 1980's with the popularity of the raucous "Married With Children." However, no non-traditional American family sitcom has been as well as received and critically acclaimed "The Simpsons", which began in the 1990's. "The ... ... middle of paper ... ... now and will remain an important part of American popular culture, as are the many classic sitcoms that preceded it. Bibliography Http://thesimpsons.com/frameset.html

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    Archetypes In King Lear

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    different styles subdivided into many cultures. The trickster archetype, like all the other archetypes, has been changed back and forth for thousands and thousands of years dating back to the Indians and their tales about the fox to the modern times of Bart Simpson. In order to understand the virtues of tricksters, we have to know what it’s like to be tricked or to have tricked by someone you know. When you have experienced that, it is easy to get the concept.

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    As of 2003, The Simpsons is the longest running prime time animated series with fourteen seasons and counting. Not only does The Simpsons have almost fifteen million fans in America, but the show is watched by almost sixty million people across the globe. The show has created a billion dollar industry through sales of toys, books, clothing, and videos. Nielsen Media Research (NMR) has consistently rated every season of The Simpsons within the top thirty among prime time television programs of

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    The Success of The Simpsons In recent years, a certain animated sitcom has caught the public’s attention, evoking reactions that are both favourable and unfavourable, but hardly ever apathetic. As a brilliant, socially aware satire, Matt Groening’s ‘The Simpson’s’ has effectively stirred different emotions from different factions of the culturally deadened American populace and for this alone, it should be recognised as quality programming. The Simpsons is a brutal satire of our society

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    Does Homer Know Best?

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    Sitcoms like The Simpsons, are used to show that the traditional family is not what it is played out to be on other shows like Father Knows Best, The Jetsons and Leave it to Beaver. The Simpsons challenges and upholds the traditional sitcom while representing the American nuclear family as a unique and lovable family. Like most shows that come out of Hollywood, The Simpsons is pro-Democrat and against Republican views. This show suggests that not following the traditional family roles will you give

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