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Film/Viewer Interaction in Apocalypse Now - “The horror... the horror...”- Colonel Kurtz are the last lines of Apocalypse Now, the Francis Ford Coppola directed war-film masterpiece, which truly explores horror. Typical war films, like Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket or Boulle’s The Bridge on the River Kwai, follow the camaraderie of a protagonist and his unit and their struggles that build up to a violent and climactic confrontation where both sides sustain losses to illustrate the tragedy of war. Apocalypse Now is different; there are only two moments of brief violence that the main character participates in and he rarely talks with anyone else....   [tags: Film Critique] 1530 words
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Sci Fi (Science Fiction) and Fantasy - ... Many ancient beliefs from different cultures featured fantastic creatures and places and people with incredible magical powers. Gulliver’s Travels, written in 1726 by Jonathan Swift is considered one of the first true Science Fantasy novels. It is a tale about a man encountering all sorts of strange and seemingly otherworldly things during his trips. In the early nineteenth century Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein was published, a book featuring a ‘mad scientist’ and his experiment gone wrong. This would later become a classic plot line used in many science fiction films....   [tags: creative, future, reader, viewer] 860 words
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Making Advertisements Memorable to the Viewer - ... This background appeals that Kia Optima has no problem with driving on the bumpy or dusty road. The Kia Optima is pictured with perfect lighting upgraded wheel rims and tinted windows. This visual effect shows beauty of the car and raise purchasing desire. The target customer for this commercial is young middle class people and newly married couple. So this ad more focuses on curiosity and mystique by those settings that I mentioned earlier. In this advertisement, I also could find elements of masculinity that come from Tannen’s book You Just Don’t Understand....   [tags: customer, commercial, targeting] 1193 words
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How Peter Medak Gains the Viewer's Sympathy for Derek Bentley - How Peter Medak Gains the Viewer's Sympathy for Derek Bentley Peter Medak made this film to show what he thinks happened in the case. He also made this film to show what happens from Derek Bentley’s point of view. The film that Medak made is biased in favour of Derek Bentley. Medak made the film in such a way that the viewer feels sympathy for Bentley. The film is about Derek Bentley who is mentally challenged. He meets a gangster called Chris Craig. They both try to break into the warehouse, but they are caught by the police....   [tags: Papers] 1194 words
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Analysis of an Advertisement on Tsunamis and 9/11 - ... Finally, through the comparison between 9/11 and tsunamis, and the controversial message is sends to viewers. An advertisement that contains a very well developed visual perspective for the viewers, is able to draw the attention to them, and send the message across in an effective manner. The advertisement by World Wildlife Fund, is insinuated to represent what nature is becoming through the actions of individuals careless activities within the planet, and overall how it effects the planet and each individual that lives within it....   [tags: earth, individuals, tragedy, message, viewer] 808 words
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Kiyoshi Kurosawa´s Tokyo Sonata: Family Values in an Increasingly Modern Japan - ... As a former director in a large company, Ryuhei expects more meaningful employment, yet struggles with accepting his fate as a simple mall janitor. All of these obstacles take their toll on the character as observed in his attitude towards the family, whether it is with his wife, or with his sons. A horrible consequence of Ryuhei’s rage presents itself when the family receives a letter from their younger son’s (Kenji) teacher asking for them to allow him to attend music school. Kenji ultimately ends up in the hospital due to his father’s overwhelming rage....   [tags: event, secrets, values, obstacles, viewer] 636 words
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Positioning the Viewer in Frontline to Receive a Particular Version of Telling the Truth - Positioning the Viewer in Frontline to Receive a Particular Version of Telling the Truth All composers of texts position the responder of that text to view their version of the truth in different ways. In the case of Frontline, Rob Stitch and his team position the viewers using a satirical documentary style approach to mock low brow journalism and indeed real life current affairs programs. The easily accessible medium of television encourages the responder to interrogate the events as reality and suggest they are a dramatic reconstruction of events....   [tags: Papers] 845 words
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Bias in Balanced Media - Bias in Balanced Media In traditional American media, we as viewers have given mass media expectations to meet in order to meet our demands. Specifically when it comes to tv news, newspapers or any other journalistic product, we want certain ideals to be expressed in their works. One of these ideals is the balance of these newsgroups. We expect them to be nonpartisan and neutral, providing equal coverage of either side without having any form of bias towards one end. The other ideal is leading the people towards the path of "enlightenment" ....   [tags: leading the viewer to 'enlightment'] 1723 words
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Peter Medak's Gain of the Viewer's Sympathy for Derek Bentley in the Film Let Him Have It - Peter Medak's Gain of the Viewer's Sympathy for Derek Bentley in the Film Let Him Have It The film 'Let Him Have it' is a powerful social drama based on a true story. The film's Director, Peter Medak, made this film in 1991 because he thought the judicial hanging of Derek Bentley in 1953 was a grave miscarriage of justice. Peter Medak, like many film directors, used his bias to show his sympathy to the viewers, probably in the hope that the he could pass his sympathy on to many people in order to influence their view....   [tags: Papers] 1468 words
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Exploring How Peter Medak Gains the Viewer’s Sympathy for Derek Bentley in the Film Let Him Have It! - Exploring How Peter Medak Gains the Viewer’s Sympathy for Derek Bentley in the Film Let Him Have It. Peter Medak (Medak) chose to make this film because it had an interesting story line. Medak might have wanted to prove that the justice system makes mistake and sometimes those mistakes cannot be fixed, like the mistake or the Derek Bentley (Bentley) and Christopher Craig (Craig) case, where someone was hanged for a miss interpretation of evidence. Film directors like Medak use bias as their strong point; it keeps the viewers attention on the movie and begins to get the viewers to imagine what they would do in the situation....   [tags: Papers] 962 words
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How Peter Medak Gains the Viewer's Sympathy for Derek Bentley in the Film Let Him Have It - How Peter Medak Gains the Viewer's Sympathy for Derek Bentley in the Film Let Him Have It The film 'Let Him Have It', tells the real-life story of Derek Bentley. Derek is a nineteen year old epileptic who is caught breaking into a shed in his early youth. He is sent to approved school but is released early due to his epilepsy and his low IQ. It is later on discovered that Derek has the mental age of eleven, this plays a great part in the injustice later on. After his release he ends up being involved with a local youth, Christopher Craig, an American style gangster with a dangerous hobby....   [tags: Papers] 2753 words
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Viewer Response - The Graduate - In The Graduate, the director, Mike Nichols’, emphasizes the mysterious tone of the film with his overuse of lighting, camera angles, and shadows. The uncertainty Benjamin Braddock feels can be seen right from the start as he stands on the moving sidewalk at the airport. He is positioned at the right hand side of the screen moving forward. You can see a large area to the left where the credits appear. I think the director chose this technique for the opening credits to symbolize how this graduate is arriving at a new destination & has much uncertainty in front of him....   [tags: essays research papers] 488 words
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Not Everything Can Be Viewed As Black and White - Modern television has surpassed many former boundaries held by our society standards of fifty years ago. New inventive shows are created almost every month with a plethora of different characters, surprising twists and intertwining plots. This allows producers to capture the attention of viewers from week to week and allows the television industry to prosper. But does television have any intellectual benefits or is it all just garbage. The answer can be found at a happy medium. Dana Steven’s, the author of the article “Thinking Outside the Idiot Box”, is correct in her idea that the multi-threading and complicated plotlines of television shows in modern-day have no real intellectual benefit...   [tags: Television]
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Viewers Perceptions of On-Air Cursing - This study used a 2 x 2 x 2 design to examine the effects of warning labels, bleeping, and gender on viewers' perceptions and enjoyment of a docu-drama. We also examined the individual difference variable of verbal aggressiveness to test for possible interactions. Overall, the warning labels increased enjoyment of the program containing profanity among college students. Bleeping had no effect on either program liking or perceptions of realism; however, bleeping decreased perceptions of the program's offensiveness, and increased viewers' perceptions of profanity frequently estimates....   [tags: essays research papers] 6173 words
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Television’s Impact on its Viewers - Television’s Impact on its Viewers          Problems arise abundantly in almost every situation, and solutions are even more scarce. To find one great solution to a pressing problem of contemporary society is difficult, yet not impossible. Americans are plagued by the influences of television day in and day out. It is one of the main constants in many individuals lives, while grabbing the attention of families in ninety-eight percent of America’s homes and is kept on for an average of six and a half hours every day (Cheney 2)....   [tags: Television Media TV Essays]
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Understanding Multi Camera Techniques, Location and Viewers with TV Sitcom and Other Examples - Assignment, Understanding Multi Camera Techniques Coverage of action Coverage of action means the use of multiple cameras in a television production to cover all of the action that is in the scene. THE I.T CROWD: SITCOM An example of this I have used is in the TV sitcom: ‘The I.T Crowd Season 1Episode 2 Calamity Jen (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8Y1q9RqBfc) - this scene shows two characters discussing what one of them has eaten and a stress machine the other character has built and another character soon enters in later doing funny movements trying to show off the shoes....   [tags: Shot, Spacial Relationship, Audience] 3113 words
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Accessing the Inuit: Challenges Faced by Atanarjuat’s English-Canadian Viewers - As a film made by Inuit people and for the Inuit community, Atanarjuat provides the audience with a privileged look into the Northern society. Throughout the film, many viewers are exposed to elements of Inuit culture which are unfamiliar. The film’s director, Zacharias Kunuk, faces a paradox because he wants viewers to feel like insiders of Inuit culture, yet the viewers cannot truly understand the cultural traditions that are represented in the film. The majority of the viewers have never lived in an Inuit community and have very little sense of the ideologies that persist in Inuit society....   [tags: Film Review]
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The Importance of Color in Web Design - Color is very important in web design. This is because when you invite someone over to your house you want them to not only see but to feel the vibe of the room or house itself. If the house is very appealing then you would want to visit it again, but if it wasn’t then you wouldn’t want to visit the house again. This goes along with websites perfectly. If a website is poorly designed or poorly colored then why would you want to come back. Another example going with the house idea is about the content that must match with the colors....   [tags: message, style, viewers] 516 words
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Film Analysis: Citizen Kane - The most important is a film that is consistent , that is like a spiral that lead the viewer to the unique and specific center that is related. Citizen Kane is one of the best films achieved in the history of cinema. But not only that characterizes this masterpiece, as it is also the riskiest film is conceived within a film , the film that broke with the classical language and inaugurated modernity in film communication. Today you can see still shots that mimic those made by the great Filmmaker Orson Welles and even do it as a tribute , but as something that comes from deep within the story itself that account since Citizen Kane is a classic film modern cinema....   [tags: history of cinema, viewers] 525 words
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How 1940’s America Viewed World War II - ... All one has to do is look it at the Manifest Destiny theory so many Americans believed in the 1800’s to prove that. So when it comes to World War 2 it’s easy to understand why the citizens of the United States were easily persuaded into believing they were fighting on the side of good, and why they believed they, and their government were justified in using any means necessary. With that in mind, the process of analyzing these posters can begin and the first poster is one that encourages U.S citizens to buy war bonds....   [tags: good vs evil, japanese, pearl harbor] 1759 words
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What Is News? - One of main Ides in this chapter "What is News" its people study, how they characterize the news for them. For some people news means "important and interesting things that happened during the day", but without a doubt not all of them have the same view as other people believe, for some news it is a way to take their minds off their own trouble. While the journalist of this book believes that news is history in its first and best form, the expressions of the passions of the public, or the prejudices of journalist....   [tags: journalism, viewers, reporting ] 525 words
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Viewers' Sympathy for Derek Bently in the Film Let Him Have It - Viewers' Sympathy for Derek Bently in the Film Let Him Have It Peter Medak gains sympathy for the character Derek Bently by showing his misfortune throughout the film. Derek Bently was wrongly executed. The film shows the mistakes of the decision and the dangers of capital punishment. Derek has epilepsy and isn't very intelligent. These factors are used to create sympathy for Derek and create a feeling that he isn't fully in control of himself. Because of his low intelligence, Derek gets into trouble....   [tags: Papers] 1247 words
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Film Techniques Used in Shrek to Ensure the Broadest Possible Appeal To Viewers - Film Techniques Used in Shrek to Ensure the Broadest Possible Appeal To Viewers The animators of 'Shrek' use many film techniques to make certain of the broadest possible appeal to viewers. For example, its constant references to popular culture, its new style of animation, its wide range of characters and most of all its humour. 'Shrek' was an award winning film in 2000, receiving an Oscar for 'Best Animated Film'. The popularity, both on the big screen and DVD/VHS, is due to its wide audience appeal and the use of the latest ground-breaking animation techniques....   [tags: Papers] 3777 words
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How the Trailer for The World Is Not Enough Makes Viewers Want to Watch the Film - How the Trailer for The World Is Not Enough Makes Viewers Want to Watch the Film James Bond films have always been popular, but producers still need to draw in new viewers. They do this in a variety of ways but the trailers are always the most important. In this essay I will be analysing the key points that make a successful trailer. In this Bond film, James must battle against Renerd, a man who feel physical pain due to a bullet in his head, when he decides to sabotage the construction of the new King pipeline, an oil line that can give oil to the world for the future....   [tags: Papers] 579 words
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Television's Affect on the Viewers - “I find myself sympathizing with him: when he is depressed, I pity him; when he is wronged, I feel anger toward those who have betrayed him; and when he is successful, I share in his happiness”(Harold, 296). Tony Soprano is a bad man. He kills people, orders others to kill people, and threatens people on a daily basis; yet somehow we still like him and feel like we can relate to him. While watching a show like The Sopranos, sometimes we question ourselves, is there anything morally wrong with caring about Tony Soprano when we know he is a bad person....   [tags: the sopranos, sympathy, revenge] 622 words
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Reality TV - Purpose of the present paper When first faced with the presence of others, we commonly seek information about them or aspire to bring into play information already possessed. We establish interest in such things as their socioeconomic status, their conceptions of self and their attitudes towards us. Once informed, we are able to produce desired responses based on our actions. If unacquainted with other individuals, it is not uncommon that we study their demeanour, conduct or clothing in order to provide basis for untested stereotypical perceptions (Goffman 1959)....   [tags: Dramaturgical Perspective, Viewers] 2128 words
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How Ehrhart Was Viewed as a Student - ... No one was ever rude to him and students seemed interested in Ehrhart’s story. Ehrhart just wanted the students to understand his hardship and the struggle that went along with being in the Marines for three years, which played a major role in his life because Ehrhart truly wanted to serve for his country. As time progressed, however, Ehrhart realized that a “pattern to the process began to emerge” (Ehrhart 9). Ehrhart began to have doubts about celebrity status. During this brief time of celebrity status, Ehrhart was experiencing internal conflict with himself because he only wanted to live a normal life and forget about the war....   [tags: celebrity, veternan, normal, college] 815 words
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Capitalism and How it is Viewed - Capitalism and How it is Viewed Capitalism, by definition is known as “a way of organizing an economy so hat the things that are used to make and transport products are owned by individual people and companies rather than by the government”(Marxism). To some, this is the correct way of handling the economic situation in one’s country. But to others, such as Karl Marx and Adam Smith, there are other systems that would be more adequate. Is capitalism really the best way to go. What are the other options that could be better than capitalism....   [tags: Industrial Revolution, Proletariats, Bourgeoisie]
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Manipulating and Deceiving Viewers with Sound Bites and Images - Manipulating and Deceiving Viewers with Sound Bites and Images In Duguid and Brown’s article ‘The Social Life of Documents’, the authors make mention of how documents usually tend to raise more debate than suppress it. This is true, as there can be an innumerable amount of possible interpretations for one document alone. However, while there is no ‘right’ interpretation of a document, there has to be a set of standards to abide by to judge all of these competing ideologies. This is where the use of sound bites and images used in news media tend to be a source of debate....   [tags: Journalism ]
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The Media's Role in How Women are Viewed - Media within our society constantly degrades women and sends negative messages about the ways in which women should be treated; women are becoming objectified in the sense they are viewed as objects with little value. The media, which seems to endlessly show women as sexual objects, has the capability of limiting a woman’s potential and damaging their self worth. More often than not the media depicts the way people go about their daily life. People look at the media to determine how they should dress, act and in some cases even how they should perform sexually....   [tags: Media's Portrayal Of Women] 987 words
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Demonstrative Communication: What Is Observed and Viewed - Demonstrative Communication is the communication that cannot be heard or read, but more important observed and viewed. Body language, the tone of the voice and even the gestures you make with your hands are all known as demonstrative communication. These simple things could improve your message you are trying to send or they could have a negative effect to the receiver. There is a time when using these demonstrative communications would be helpful to your communication. Such as showing someone how excited you are about the topic by just using simple hand gestures could show your enthusiasm for that conversation....   [tags: body, language, tone, gestures]
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How Food is Viewed in the American Culture - Most people wouldn’t deny that food is vital to everyday life, but perhaps it has more importance than just simply nourishing our bodies. According to Carole M. Counihan, a doctor of anthropology, food is so important that society has constructed rules regarding its consumption. Counihan emphasizes in her 1992 Anthropology Quarterly article, “Food Rules in the United States: Individualism, Control and Hierarchy,” that these rules serve as the “means through which human beings construct reality” (Counihan, 1992, p....   [tags: nutrition, eating disorders]
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How Disabilities are Viewed in the United Kingdom - Disabilities affect people globally. Depending on which country you are from, how you are treated and taken care of can change drastically. Those living in more advanced countries are more likely to have better care. For the purpose of this paper, I will be researching and comparing how people with disabilities are viewed and assisted between the United States and the United Kingdom. Interest in Topic For this “Adaptive Technology” class I had the option to choose one out of the eleven countries featured at Epcot of Disney World....   [tags: autism]
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TV Ratings Benefit Viewers - What we and our children are watching on TV has become a concern to many. Some feel like there should be something to help decide what they think is appropriate and what is not. So in today's world TV ratings are a must. TV ratings might just be one of the best ways to control what is coming into our homes. With TV ratings we won't have to research every show that our children want to see. We only have to look in the corner of the TV to see what the program might contain, and then if we don't approve we can tell that child that he or she must change the channel....   [tags: Media Argumentative Persuasive Argument]
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Growth of Television Viewers in the 1950's - Growth of Television Viewers in the 1950's During the nineteen twenties and thirties, depended on each other for entertainment. The wealthier people would go to the opera to see other people perform or to a play. One source tells us of other activities that people used to do to amuse themselves before television became popular: 'I can recall great big picnic parties. We used to go off on our bikes. About seven or eight families would get together and ride off to the North Downs for a picnic and rounders and cricket'....   [tags: Papers] 677 words
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Alcohol Television Commercials are Misleading Viewers - Alcohol Television Commercials are Misleading Viewers At any given time a person can turn on their television and find a commercial of some sort. Their main purpose is for them to throw information about their product to anyone who will listen. It is also common for this form of advertisement to be promoting an alcoholic beverage. Whether it’s a catchy song with the chorus chanting “This Bud’s for you!” or three frogs belching “Bud-Wei-Ser!”, viewers learn the slogans and use them in their own lives....   [tags: Media] 692 words
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Alcoholism Should Not Be Viewed As A Disease - Most people have a confused idea of alcoholism as a disease that invades or attacks your good health. Use of such a strong word such as "disease" shapes the values and attitudes of society towards alcoholics. A major implication of the disease concept is that what is labeled a "disease" is held to be justifiable because it is involuntary. This is not so. Problem drinking is a habit in which the so-called "alcoholic" simply has decided that the benefits of drinking outweigh the liabilities; it is all a matter of personal choice....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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The Impact of Viewed Violence - Violence is a major problem that most television programs have today as watching it on TV leads to violence in the society. Violence on TV can lead to thoughts of committing violence in real life. As it becomes popular amongst the "cool characters" on TV, one might mimic their actions in order to feel cool or popular amongst their friends in reality. Television violence is mostly used to solve problems and is considered the ?easy way out.. Watching something on TV makes some people think that it is okay and perfectly fine to do it in real life....   [tags: essays research papers] 379 words
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Homelessness in Canada Viewed Through a Sociological and Economic Lens - Introduction Researchers from the Parliament of Canada have proven that there are “as many as 300,000 homeless in Canada” . Homelessness is a major social issue which is present in society throughout most of the world; when it comes to Canada it is no exception. The homeless are known as people who do not have a home or a stable place of residence, they are seen as individuals who sleep in “shelters, public places, vehicles, abandoned building or someone else’s home” . In the past few years homelessness in Canada has become a growing social issue....   [tags: Social Issues]
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A History of How Societies have Viewed Bodily Functions - Introduction Ancient societies viewed bodily functions differently from the way we do today. Many cultures also had different views of what was considered pure and impure. However, almost certainly no group seemed as meticulous as the Essenes. Widely known for their rules concerning ritual purity, several known historical authors mentioned them in their writings, including Josephus and Pliny the Elder. Moreover, although the identity of the community occupying the settlement at Qumran has been the object of much debate, many scholars believe that they were most likely members of this Jewish sect....   [tags: ritual purifications, Qumran]
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How Social Capital is Viewed by Different Communities - Introduction The purpose of this essay is to compare and contrast two different papers that highlight how social capital is viewed by different communities in any given society. The first article titled “Social Capital and Civil Society” was published in October 1999 by Francis Fukuyama from the institute of Public Policy, George Mason University. Fukuyama (1999) explores to examine in a wider context what social capital is. It’s key function in the free market, how social capital is measured and finally makes suggestions on how social capital can be cultivated for the good in any given society....   [tags: Social Capital and Public Policy]
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Professional Wrestling Should Not Be Viewed by Children - Professional Wrestling Should Not Be Viewed by Children For years and years professional wrestling has been loved and watched by children everywhere. They idolize their favorite superstars and despise their most hated. They stay up late on each and every Monday night to watch the muscular grapplers. Although it sounds like everything is all well and good, there is a problem. In the past 24 months professional wrestling has become too raunchy for young children. The fact of the matter is this, wrestling in the late nineties is not for kids....   [tags: Papers] 701 words
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Polygamy: Viewed as a Threat to Traditional Marriage - Polygamy: Viewed By Americans as a Threat to Traditional Marriage (Same Threat as Same-Sex Marriage) In 2008, officials raided the “Yearning for Zion Ranch, seizing more than 400 children” (Farah) on the grounds of suspected sexual and physical abuse (Associated)....   [tags: Threat to Family Values 2014]
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Pornography Viewed by The Four Ethical Standards - The word Pornography is defined as "writings, photographs, movies, etc., intended to arouse sexual excitement". With each year that passes pornography has been more and more accepted, it can be seen in books, magazines, cable television and most of all through the internet. Many religions go against it, but at the same time people know that there is a reason why people go into the business and accepted it an other people just like it. In this paper I will talk about pornography and how it is viewed by the four ethical standards (Utilitarian, Kant, Human Rights and Justice is Fairness)....   [tags: Ethics of Pornography] 490 words
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Understanding the Concept involved in Media Communication - ... I studied Media at both GCSE and BTEC Level 3. Whilst on these courses I produced a variety of media projects including creating material for a local community radio station (KCFM), produced and starred in various short films (such as The Tale of Misty & Joel) and advertisement production. Whilst at Hull College I have worked on publicity shots for a variety of projects for national and local media related businesses (GAME, Platform). I am also one of the student "reps" for the college, a title of which I am very proud....   [tags: production, viewers, camera] 554 words
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YouTube: More than Entertainment - More than 1 billion people visit YouTube on a monthly basis (Reuters). To put that in perspective, The United States only a population of 317.6 million, while the highest, China, has a population of 1.355 billion (""). Youtube has become so renowned, it has gone from a noun to a verb. Want to watch someone getting trying to do stunts but failing. YouTube it. Want to see a monkey fling it's poo at someone. Well maybe not, but yes it's probably on YouTube. Or want to learn how to do a useful task, say like how to fix a car's radiator or learn a new language....   [tags: Youtube, Videos, Viewers, Online]
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Human Nature as Viewed by Thomas Hobbes and David Hume - Human Nature as Viewed by Thomas Hobbes and David Hume Thomas Hobbes in Chapter 13 of Leviathan, and David Hume in Section 3 of An Enquiry Concerning the Princples of Morals, give views of human nature. Hobbes’ view captures survivalism as significant in our nature but cannot account for altruism. We cover Hobbes’ theory with a theory of Varied Levels of Survivalism, explaining a larger body of behavior with the foundation Hobbes gives. Hume gives a scenario which does not directly prove fruitful, but he does capture selfless behavior....   [tags: Philosophy Essays]
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Alcohol Viewed Through the Eyes of Raymond Carver - Alcohol Viewed Through the Eyes of Raymond Carver      Some people feel that alcohol is a substance that can be used to escape reality and live in a world where there are no dilemmas or problems that must be solved. Whether the alcohol is abused or just used in moderation, many people are drawn to the several aspects it has to offer. One example of someone who follows these characteristics is the very famous and talented writer, Raymond Carver. Raymond’s use of alcohol is clearly displayed not only through his writings, but in his daily lifestyle....   [tags: Drinking Alcohol Alcoholism Carver Author essays] 744 words
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The Effectiveness of Goldeneye's Pre-credit Sequence at Gaining the Viewers Attention - The Effectiveness of Goldeneye's Pre-credit Sequence at Gaining the Viewers Attention The film Golden Eye (1995) is a well known film. Martin Campbell, the director uses many techniques such as death defying stunts, villains, attractive Bond girls, exotic locations, and sarcastic humour to create an exciting action film. Even though the audience all know that MI6’s finest agent James Bond will escape near death, save the day and bed the girl, we all return to watch the next mission....   [tags: Papers] 899 words
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Factors that Determine Whether the Athens Olympics are Viewed as a Success or Failure - Factors that Determine Whether the Athens Olympics are Viewed as a Success or Failure Athens 2004 will be judged on a strict criteria by it's billions of viewers worldwide, the criteria they apply determine whether they believe Athens 2004 was a success or a failure. I will now proceed to discuss the factors that will feature in the criteria. The many factors include the events security, the events organisation, how memorable the games were, the game's attendance, how dominant the drug doping stories were and (to many the most important) how well their nation did, and this is the factor I will first discuss....   [tags: Papers] 912 words
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