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    Religion and the Media

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    Religion and Media There are four types of Religious programs: · Documentary Programmes Ø This type of programmes usually deal with one topic based on fact EXAMPLE: "The long search" · Worship Programmes Ø In this type of programmes people take part in a religious ceremony. EXAMPLE: " Songs of praise" · Magazine Programmes Ø This type of programmes deal with the lots of various sections. EXAMPLE: "Heaven and earth" Generally the audience of the religious program are

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    This morning you woke up and looked out the window the start of a new day. Normally we don’t focus on the fact that we are alive and healthy. We probably take our life for granted. But there will be one day where it will be our last day. Many would like this day to peaceful and without suffering. Now is it possible to control this? Many physicians have been debating about legalizing a drug that is used in ending the suffering of a patient. This drug is called euthanasia and its function is to give

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    In 2078, air pollution becomes really bad in the world that people start builds a giant tall building to where they can live. Inside the giant-tall building, the world called the Titamentum (Tutamentum inspiration). The world is divided into 3 parts. Green, yellow and red districts. Green district is the part that human civilization can still live in and still surrounded by natural plant and animal life. The rich live here at the. The yellow district being the parts of nature still fighting against

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    Analysis of The Terry and Gaby Show Chris Evans launched “The Terry and Gaby Show” on Five in 2003, in an attempt to compete with ITV’s “This Morning”. In less than a year it had been axed. Looking in detail at an episode from each show, identify the codes and conventions of the daytime TV genre, and suggest why “The Terry and Gaby Show” failed to dent the popularity of “This Morning”. After looking at each of the episodes I found that the presenters in each one were quite the same. In

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    An Immigration Journey

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    My life in early 19th century was very dreadful and scary. I was from a poor family where father goes to work in factories for 12-18 hours a day. I was from Germany. Jews was the most segregated religion in Germany. We did not have full right to do a certain things such as go to certain college to get education, shoe our religion freely to other and enjoy our festival. My father used to get a low wages in work and we have to live with the things we have we have no right to argue back for wages or

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    Our Parents Generation Live VS Our Generation In the Globalization Era Nowadays, we lived in the globalization era where technologies are really essential. Foremost, the wide spreading of globalization influences the human life rapidly. In addition, there are not immortal things in this world, where everything will change. Even though we cannot see the development of the life but we can feel it. It also occurs in the groove of the people live from one generation to the other generations. Each

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    Living in Utopia

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    Living in Utopia Private property is abolished in Utopia, and society is communally organized in such a way that there is no shortage and that everyone has work, food, a home and opportunities for cultural expression. Sounds great, eh? Would you like to live there, and if not, why? Your answer should take account of More's context (why he wrote Utopia?) and should be supported by reference to the text. In Thomas More's Utopia life is very structured there is no crime or prejudices. The

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    Life Is Short

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    When we are having fun, time passes swiftly away. In contrast, when we have nothing to do, time hardly passes by. A second seems longer than a minute, a minute longer than an hour. However, 10 hours seem just 10 minutes when its fun, when we are engaged in something we enjoy doing. When we talk with a broader point of view, we say life is t short to live to the full if we are enjoying our life and still have millions of things we want to do but know we can’t because life’s just too short. But for

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    "A Dollar a Day" is a documentary that shows and discusses what it means to live in poverty . The theme or the main idea of "A dollar a day" is how people who do live in poverty get jobs and meet their basic needs, and how the people in this documentary show that even though they are poor, lack education ,healthcare and can’t make ends meet still strive to aquire thier basic needs with perseverance and alot of effort. Many people live in poverty and "A dollar a day" shows how some people who are

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    I am standing in line for unemployment benefits. There must be between four hundred to six hundred others here with me. Everyone here is a locked out Steelworkers from the Kaiser Mead plant. I see many faces I know in the crowd. We are all here because the Washington State Unemployment office downtown cannot handle such a crowd. All the members were told by the Union that this was the day that we had to signup for a new benefit year. Everyone was told to meet at the Carpenter's hall just

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