Britney Spears Essays

  • Britney Spears

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    Proposal: Britney Spears In this essay I plan to describe a very talented and successful singer named Britney Spears. Britney is from McComb, Mississippi. I will be discussing certain aspects of Britney’s life and some of her many accomplishments. Britney Spears “More than any other single artist, Britney Spears was the driving force behind the return of teen pop in the late '90s… Spears didn't just become a star --she was a bona fide pop phenomenon” (Huey 16). This is usually what critics say

  • Britney Spears

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    will never be the same. Britney Spears was just another victim of the society that brings into their prison. Britney Spears was born on December 2, 1981. She lived in Kentwood, Louisiana and was constantly performing in front of people and always wanted to be on 'Star Search'. Britney tried out for the New Mickey Mouse Club at age 8 and then again at 11 and made it. Then she went solo because her talent was evident and she wanted more (A & E Television Networks, 2011). Britney was very successful from

  • Britney Jean Spears Accomplishments

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    Britney Jean Spears is a well-known pop singer throughout the world. The 34-year-old pop artist was born on December 2, 1981 in Mc.Comb, Mississippi. Britney was raised by both of her parents Jamie Spears and Lynne Spears in a small rural town of Louisiana. At a young age Britney liked to dance and do gymnastics, taking classes and winning several competitions. Although she is shy, Britney had high hopes and dreams to be like her idols Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, so she took vocal lessons in

  • Analysis Of Toxic By Britney Spears

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    video by the female singer and cultural icon, Britney Spears, I aim to analyse the real intentions of the music, and the images that support it, using the themes of sex, gender, and the postmodern movement. I will then contrast it with music and videos of popular female musicians from earlier decades. There will be many factors to consider throughout this exploration, including the social factors that surrounded the era of the video, Toxic by Britney Spears, and how they may have influenced its creation

  • Transforming and Beyond: Katy Perry and Britney Spears

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    triumphs through the context of there music. I will describe how these artist were able to create pieces of music that took over a particular emotion and were able to get it’s point across to the listener. These artists will be Katy Perry, and Britney Spears. Lets take a look at what music with emotional context is first, before I go on about these artists. When you think of music you also think of emotion but what is that really? What is an emotion? What causes an emotion? Why do we feel an emotion

  • Britney Spears - A Woman I Admire

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    impression on me, but impact and admiration do not always go hand in hand. Then I realized who I really admire: Britney Spears. The teen pop idol singer Britney Spears is a woman that I look up to for many reasons. She has tantalized the entire world's youth with her incredible voice. By doing so, she serves as a role model for many of the young people growing up in today's society. Although Britney is only 19, she al...

  • Britney Spears: An Inappropriate Role Model

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    Britney Spears: An Inappropriate Role Model One of the most popular teenage entertainers ever is warping the minds of our youth. Appearing on television commercials, MTV videos, many magazine covers, and the radio, Britney Spears is taking control of raising today’s children. Her perfect looks and sexual appeal have mesmerized young viewers. Children and teens strive to be just like her. Although some people allow their children to idolize Britney Spears, I now see that she is an inappropriate

  • Britney Spears as Role Model for All Women

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    Britney Spears' prevalence as a pre-teen pop culture icon cannot be denied or ignored.  Spears, along with her colleagues Christina Aguilera, Jessica Simpson, Mandy Moore and many others, are ever present on the "Top 40," make frequent appearances on MTV, and can often be found on magazine covers and in photo spreads.  Spears is especially popular among pre-teen girls, who buy her records, singing and dancing along to the lyrics.  These lyrics often deal with love, lust, and sex-topics some consider

  • Britney Spears’ Promotes Potentially Abusive Relationships in Her Song, Baby, One More Time

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    Britney Spears’ Promotes Potentially Abusive Relationships in Her Song, Baby, One More Time In her Top 10 hit ". . . Baby, One More Time," Britney Spears posits the song’s persona as a passive naïf. Continual references to blindness and hitting metamorphose the song from a teen-targeted summer pop tune into ideology enslaving young women into dangerous, constrictive views of relationships--and themselves. Using feminist and Lacanian theory allows us to see the speaker’s entrance into the Symbolic

  • The Life of Britney Spears

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    I have selected Britney Spears as my subject for the reason that I realize that she has been through so much in her life and has a tendency to convey her emotions radically and live life on the edge most of the times. Moreover, I find it simply fascinating to scrutinize Britney Spears’ personality by means of the Psychoanalysis so as to offer deeper comprehension in investigating her personality. Even though this process of personality analysis is hardly ever employed today due to a deficiency of

  • Britney Spears Research Paper

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    shown to have redeeming qualities. To begin, Britney Spears can be compared to a Shakespearean tragic hero because she achieved high status in the eyes of American society. The literary model of a tragic hero can also be applied to real-life people such as Britney Spears. Spears worked her way up to elevated status as a singer. Britney Spears was born to Lynne and Jamie Spears on December 2, 1981 in Kentwood, Louisiana (Mississippi 1). Britney Spears was a musical genius and remains one of

  • The Hero Of Britney Spears As A Tragic Hero

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    centers, Britney Spears was a 90’s icon who had many ups and downs in her life. She faced obstacles and challenges, but still found time to produce No. 1 singles and albums. Britney Spears is an example of a tragic hero because she was a sensational singer of her time who was brought down by the many struggles in her life. From a young age, Spears was a natural performer. As a child, she participated in a vocal entertainment competition called Star Search in 1992 (“Britney Spears”). She was

  • Pop Culture Icons

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    displaying pop figures who are popular and controversial. These companies look to get any celebrity that is popular and notorious for controversy into their advertisements just so that young people will recognize it. An ad for Tommy Jeans, with Britney Spears in it, is made solely for young people to be enticed by the popular musician, not the jeans themselves. Similar to a Candies Fragrances ad that has Dennis Rodman and Carmen Electra posing together. These ads are using popular icons and the celebrity's

  • Representation of Women

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    ethnicity and issues. Representation is a complex concept in which we try to understand how the media constructs its messages and how audiences respond to that message. For this essay I will be looking at the way in which women are represented in the Britney Spears' Fantasy perfume advertisement, and the 2011 Coco Mademoiselle advertisement featuring Keira Knightly. Feminism has been a social philosophy for quite a long time and over the last four decades the role of women and their rights has changed dramatically

  • ‘90s and 2000’s: Musical Encompassment

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    on-going West Coast vs. East Coast conflict. In addition to these emerging genres, young children of the nineties (like me) were greatly introduced to dance-pop and boy bands. I vividly remember owning albums by the Spice Girls, Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears, and N’Sync. Like musical artists before them, all of these new artists mainly sang about real-life situations that people go through or that they went through. Either way, children of the nineties and 2000’s were able to relate to the music because

  • The Media Presents Negative Role Models

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    positively. So when children as young as 6 are being influenced by celebrities such as Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, and Britney Spears; we as a society have lost site in what it is to be a positive influence. Kathleen Deveny and Raina Kelly raised awareness in their article “Girls Gone Bad?” which depicts the bad behavior and influences set by celebrities such as Hilton, Lohan, and Spears have any long term affects on young women. Are young women so riveted to the highlights of these celebrities and the

  • Pop Princesses of Perversion

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    scantily-clad form. The girl's name is Britney Spears. She has just recorded her first hit single, named "Hit Me Baby One More Time". As Britney's veneer of a bubblegum pop princess fades, she has resorted to shedding more and more layers of clothing in order to attract a new breed of audience. Singing songs entitled "Oops I Did It Again" and "I'm a Slave for You", her raunchy music videos are now being mimicked by thirteen year old girls across the world. Britney Spears and her disreputable counterparts

  • How Are Most Celebrities Inappropriate Role Models for the Youth?

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    People look up to celebrities as role models, the youth especially. The youth believes that if they imitate these cynosures they will become affluent and legendary. Famous people imply that if the youth act insubordinately they will be successful in life. Celebrities of today are not appropriate role models for this generation. Everywhere a person looks, sex is exalted by celebrities. Commercials and advertisements now use risqué celebrities who are half naked to endorse their products. A 'Got Milk

  • Pepsi's Marketing Strategies and Why They Work

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    drank at any age. The commercial should be shown in the cinemas because it will make people become thirsty and they would want to go and buy pepsi. The music used called ‘We will rock you’ by the artist Queen, is performed Beyonce Knowles, Britney Spears and Pink showing as much skin as possible set in Roman times during a gladiator fight. The caption is ‘Dare for more’. In the song, the chorus says ‘ We will rock you’ which complements with the visual images because it shows the female

  • The Use of Pathos, Ethos and Logos in Advertising

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    Nowadays, commercial is becoming a major part of mass media. It does not only try to inform people about the availability and attractiveness of industrial good productions but also contribute to build an awareness of resources and alternatives for customer in daily life. There are thousands of commercials, so to attract customer, advertisers use various kinds on their commercial to make people aware of the firm's products, services or brands. Though they use various kinds on the commercial, the main