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Rolling Stone Magazine Britney Spears
1,249 wordsWithin our generation music has become an essential part of our daily lives. Established favorites ranging from 2 PAC to Pearl Jam have touched the lives of many. But today we walk through the record stores seeing more and more new faces among the top ten artists. A wave of boy bands and blondes with beautiful faces are rising out of the woodwork and selling more albums than many established artists of the past. Their faces and voices flood our minds through the television and the radio as many ...
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Britney Spears A Woman I Admire
528 wordsThere are many women that have an impact on my life; however, the question is how many of them do I look up to? Of course the most obvious person is my very own mother, but that made me think who else deserves to join this circle of reverence. Some names entered my mind, but do I really admire them? It is clear that women that enter my daily life like Oprah Winfrey have an impression on me, but impact and admiration do not always go hand in hand. Then I realized who I really admire: Britney Spea...
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Britney Spears Women Dont
1,664 wordsWhen it comes to the news, television, fame, advertising, the whole lot, I like to give credit where credit is due. I think that the primal coverage of the events that took place on September 11, 2001 was done well. Peter Jennings was amazing, giving the American people the perfect mixture of professional and human reaction. I love watching basketball games and the sportscasters always know exactly what is going on, no doubt. I am thrilled that Matchbox Twenty (the band) is finally getting the r...
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Solve This Problem Live In A Society
1,460 wordsIn nearly every science-fiction film ever produced, the pinnacle of excitement is always when a captain demands that the ship be shifted into warp drive. While the concept of warp drive may still not be developed in respect to todays vehicles, the concept is now applicable to the current worlds lightening swift advances in technology, communications and globalization as a whole. This is the pillar upon which Thomas L Friedman bases The World is Flat, in which Friedman explains his contention of ...
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Reinventing Britney Spears In The Pepsi Ad Campaign
1,470 wordsHistorian Stuart Ewen proposes his idea that history of style in his essay, The Marriage between Art and Commerce, is the crucial turning point of what shapes our culture and every day life. Ewen's concept of style in the 19 th - 20 th century is a combination of modern art and a business device. He describes the uses of symbolic forms of art, as to mainly sustain and promote consumption in the interests of the corporations when he states, styling and style obsolescence come to the forefront as ...
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Britney Spears Visual Effects
1,681 wordsThrough out the history of the world, the societies have constantly tried to influence the people through any means. In our current America, there is no exception. I have taken several advertisements from a few of our nations magazines, to analyze. Written in this paper are my results. The first: CLAIROL Herbal Essence ad featuring Britney Spears This ad was featured in the August 2000 edition of Teen People. In it, there is a widely known tactic used to get the readers attention: Visual effects...
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Racial Profiling African Americans
1,174 wordsIn western society, stereotype is commonly placed onto what Anglo-Saxons believe that they are not normal to their culture. Fundamentally, the media also play a part in how people "think" and generalise a group of individuals, based on the other's gender, race, religion, hair colour and so forth. This essay will discuss the stereotype that is reinforced in specific print and broadcast media representations, concentrating on three examples of gender-roles, blondes, and African-Americans, and what...
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Effects Of Television Violence On Part 1
1,898 wordsEFFECTS OF TELEVISION VIOLENCE ON CHILDREN Television is at the heart of American culture: its power and influence are unparalleled. Approximately two-thirds of Americans report that they get most of their information about the world from TV. (Section I: Watching, Reading and Listening to the News). Though influential, this phenomenon is relatively new. In 1956, only 4. 6 million homes in the United States had television sets and no programming was available during many hours every day. (Surdam,...
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Military Industrial Complex Trials And Tribulations
1,787 wordsEssay # 2 Nowadays, more and more people grow increasingly incapable of understanding a simple fact that the notions of objectiveness and badness do not necessarily contradict each other, which in its turn; can be explained by existential specifics of post-industrial reality. Ever since the promoters of neo-Liberal agenda had managed to instil citizens with the idea that the expression of ones political opinions in clear and coherent manner represents an offence against the spirit of political c...
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Tao Te Ching Four Noble Truths
9,080 wordsInBuddism I AM AWAKE In a world filled with technology and industry, it can become increasingly difficult to take a step back and view the world in its natural state. In essence, we are humans trying to figure out how we fit into a world seemingly contradictory to the path of humanity. We look to nature for answers. We look to each other, as well as to one another's accomplishments for these same answers. In the end, our entire species comes to the same conclusion. In order to fully understand o...
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Shawn Fanning Marshall Mathers
646 wordsThere is a kind of music, which is commonly referred to as? Pop? music. It attracts a variety of Americans of very different geographical, racial, and economical backgrounds. Some of the most popular artists these days that are considered? Pop? are N? Sync, Britney Spears (who, having recently turned eighteen, doesn? t seem to mind letting the guys know that she? s legal now), Cristina Aguilera, Eminem, Limp Bizkit, and Tupac Shakur. It would take a thousand pages to describe the entire commerci...
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2 Live Crew Freedom Of Speech
2,248 wordsDisputing Affairs In The Public Eye An entertainer is one who is out to present themselves in order to be known and to fulfill their intended purpose. The life chosen consists of endless surroundings of viewers and the constant admiration's received by fans. All entertainers set out the goal of attracting particular age groups and mainly accomplishing the glorious life, presented as the rich and famous; as well as achieving the goal of reaching the top seller lists. The career chosen is not easy...
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Members Of Society Point Of View
4,449 wordsThey are everywhere we turn these days; images of scantily clad women selling you a product, an image, a sound, and even sometimes an attitude. If an alien was to come down from his planet and judge this planet from the images that dominate our society, besides assuming that everyone is drop dead gorgeous according to our planetary standards, he would also come to the conclusion that everything on earth revolves around women and that therefore they must dominate our planet. From a human point of...
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