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    As many people know the 1970’s and 1980’s were similar but also very different in several ways. From television, families, music, fashion, jobs and society, these two decades of the twentieth century have many resemblances and variances. The 1970’s were a time for peace, and hippies while the 1980’s were focused on rock and dance music and funny movies in the media. Clothing, fashion and appearance is something that had its similarities and differences from the difference of the two time periods

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    and catching up on my favorite television shows, until the day I wondered to myself, does watching too much television have a negative effect on people? After finding many excellent sources I have learned that watching excess amounts of television has a number of negative effects that I will discuss. Television has been proven to have negative effects on people’s physical health, intelligence and physiologic health. I will also discuss the repercussions of television in productivity and in modern

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    their kids, for fear of scaring them, but unknowingly reinforcing the assumption that death is not something to be taken seriously. Death can be described as follows: "It (death) sells newspapers and insurance policies, invigorates the plots of our television programs, and - judging from our dependency on fossil fuels (84.5% of all U.S. energy consumption in 1995) - - even pow... ... middle of paper ... ...so complex, so contradictory that it is virtually impossible to rule out all other variables

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    Television shows can be a great form of entertainment, but sometimes these shows that are meant to entertain can be inappropriate for younger viewers. In the media today, there are many shows that portray drinking, drug-use and premarital sex as something acceptable in American culture. While some networks are more lenient on how they censor their shows, others follow strict guidelines on what they allow to be seen by the public. Young people that watch shows with explicit content may believe that

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    Racial Stereotypes in Television

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    current generation to embrace the views before them. For countless years, various religious and ethnic groups have been portrayed on television based on the popular and, many times, erroneous stereotypes. Past generations have grown up with their religion or ethnic group exposed in a light that may be very negative and insulting to their culture. Television over the years has molded the minds of its viewers – young and molding the minds of young viewers and showing them that the way a certain

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    question: Reality television often bears little resemblance to real life and encourages superficial views on people and relationships. Given the genre’s popularity, is it fair to say that this type of programing is unethical and corrupting to society? Introduction/thesis statement: Many people claim they do not watch or watch very little reality television (TV), are you watching too much reality television and is it too late. This essay sets out to explore the genera of reality television and the effects

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    In recent years there has been a surge in the popularity of reality television. Shows such as Teen Mom, The Jersey Shore, The Bachelor and Real World have dominated the broadcast airwaves. As these shows become increasingly popular; we must question their influence on the minds of our youth. The strong fascination that the young American culture has with reality television can negatively affect their lives by glorifying immoral behavior. In this research, I will use the combination method of qualitative

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    The Media and It's influence on Culture today Media Violence is an extremely controversial topic that reoccurs in the everyday life of the modern human. In our modern world, everyone is affected by media violence. The media has the ability to change your opinion on something by it's persuasive and corrupted ways to present information. People of all ages can be affected in this due to the many ways to receive modern day media. We can see it in major news programs, TV shows, movies, video games,

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    Should sex and violence in television and movies be restricted? On December 14th 2012 Adam Lanza killed 20 children and 6 staff members of Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown Connecticut. He also killed his mother before the shooting rampage, and ended the day by killing himself. James Holmes, a Ph.D. candidate in neuroscience, entered a movie theater in Aurora Colorado and killed 12 people and injured 58 others on July 20th 2012. On November 5th 2009 Army psychiatrist Nidal Malik Hasan murdered

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    Apollo 11

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    past the hour. Liftoff on Apollo 11!" (Apollo 1) It all began with the emotions that the new television brought to the average family. The television was not popular until the 1950s (before). The tv was not so popular because of the price this tehnology had in the 1950s. As time passed on it began to get cheaper and cheaper, obviously this made it more affordable for family to obtain. Before the television there was also many things going on and other things that were used as communication and entertainment

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