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    The Media Should Respect Privacy of Public Figures How much privacy of the individual is protected under the United States Constitution? Every one is entitled to the right of privacy, but to what extent is that privacy granted? Public figures are constantly being harassed and photographed by the media. Some photographers and reporters will go to any means, even illegal actions, to get a picture or story. However, public figures are human beings like everyone else, and the media should give them

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    Media has become a powerful source of knowledge, and a great breakthrough in human history. Who can regret that media is a daily need in our lives. Media has the ability and control to adjust to all levels of knowledge in people. Media helps us to escape from our daily lives and our problems in times of stress. Thou Media as proved to be beneficial by educating, entertaining and informing us, it has also have its downfall, to cause many bad influences to the younger audience. Media has influenced

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    Consequences of Photoshop in the Media Why are people so worried about the way they look? Why do people sometimes hate their looks? The answer to these questions is photoshop. Photoshop should be illegal in magazines and social media, because it is destroying people by making them feel insecure and self conscious about their appearance. There are women out there who have depression, eating disorders, and are linked to the way women are displayed in the media. We don't need to chop off half of a

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    Humor Should Replace Sex in Advertising In today's society, we as consumers are exposed to media on a daily basis. Beginning the day with a glance at the daily newspaper and finishing the evening with a television program, the average person cannot escape the clutches of the media in its seemingly endless forms. Along with presenting objective information that includes local news, weather, and sports, a main function of modern media is advertising. Two effective methods of catching the

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    define ourselves? Everyday we turn on the television; we are subjected to advertisements about what we are supposed to be, what we are supposed to wear, and even what we are supposed to drive. Ultimately we choose the vehicles we drive, but the media has a huge influence on us. Three television advertisements reveal the vehicles women and men are believed to drive. The Honda Odyssey is shown in advertisements with a woman driving around kids to their daily functions. The Ford F150 and the Chevy

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    today’s society mass media creates unrealistic body images of women not ever being thin or flawless enough. Advertisements of this “ideal” body image affects how many women view themselves and how they think they should look. Advertising companies overly edit and photoshop images of women to create the so-called perfection that is the norm for the advertising world. These images of the “perfect” body send negative messages and create insecurities amongst many women. As the mass media uses unrealistic

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    perfectly placed. The media is overloaded with things that not only display unrealistic beauty ideals (most of which are digitally altered), but promote them with tasteless meals and “miraculous” workouts. Because of this, eating disorders are more common and romanticized, the number of deaths caused by these eating disorders has gone up, and the age that girls and boys begin to develop low self-esteem has gone below twelve years old. These are the reasons why media should not be allowed to continue

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    Sex Education Messages In The Media The media should not be blamed for the sexuality of american youth. First concern in sexual activity is too much media. Television is something that kids watch all the time. Television shows that show sexual activity and children pick up on those events quickly. Teenagers dream about marrying someone who is good looking and has money and then starting a family with them. A lot of teens watch soap operas and romantic shows. Teens see kids, their age, having

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    right? The answer to that is surprisingly no! Today it seems that the media pokes fun of this wonderful occasion in the ever so popular reality T.V. show weddings. They are everywhere today. Many of these marriages don’t last much longer than the show was aired anyway. The contestant chooses a lifetime partner from a group of twenty or so other “contestants” to miraculously fall in love with. But can this be true love? Marriage should not be rushed in this way, because it usually comes along in a normal

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    Separating Science from Sensationalism in the Media Today there are many different theories concerning cancer and the causes of it. There are constantly new experiments being done on animals for the testing of different products to see if they may possibly cause cancer. These experiments often use rats and a very high dosage of a substance. Many of these results do not really apply to humans because of all the differences in the circumstances. When the media gets a hold of the results of these experiments

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