• Children's Beauty Pageants
    The Darker Side of Children's Beauty Pageants It's 7:OO A.M. on a Saturday, kids everywhere are just waking up ready to watch their favorite line up of Saturday morning cartoons. Marie, a four year old child, is preparing for her long weekend of make-up, hairspray, and gowns. Marie is one of ma
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  • Dark Side of Beauty Pageants
    The Dark Side of Beauty Pageants With their glamour, expensive dresses, jewels and, big fake smiles, beauty pageant contestants are just hiding their true personalities under materialistic things. People may say that beauty pageants aren’t always about looks. The contestants are scored on
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  • Child Beauty Pageants
    A child's world is fresh and new and beautiful, full of wonder and excitement. It is our misfortune that for most of us that clear-eyed vision, that true instinct for what is beautiful and awe-inspiring, is dimmed and even lost before we reach adulthood. ~ Rachel Carson The year was 1920. The F
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  • Do Beauty Pageants Serve a Purpose in Today's Sociey?
    Do Beauty Pageants Serve a Purpose in Today’s Sociey? Saundra Dugger Com 220 Mr. Atkins May 22,2010 Do beauty contests really serve a purpose in today’s society? There are many different kinds of beauty contests these days. They are for both men and women and range from infants to adu
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  • Beauty Pageants
    Reflection: Beauty Pageant This movie made me very upset. I found myself, while watching it, lashing back at the screen with comments of disgust. The whole beauty pageant thing is something that I do not understand that much about. To me it seems ridiculous; placing girls in a competition over
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  • Child Beauty Pageants
    Children's beauty pageants have been around for a long time. I admit that as someone raised in the North and on the West Coast, I never really encountered this phenomenon in my daily life. Recently, two different reality shows have popped up on TLC that exposes the viewer to the works of pageants. T
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  • Child Beauty Pageants
    One would believe that a life of glamorous hair and make-up, beautiful gowns, and sparkling tiaras would be every young girls dream, unfortunately, for many, this dream often turns into a nightmare. For nearly fifty  years children have been subjected to the world of beauty pageants where they h
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  • Beauty Pageants
    Beauty pageants became part of the American society in the 1920's. Child beauty pageants began in the 1960's. Child beauty pageants consist of modeling sportswear, evening attire, dance and talent. The children are judged based on individuality in looks, capability, poise, perfection and confidence.
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  • Controversial Topics- Beauty Pageants
    Beauty Pageants: From Prim to Poisoned Her eyes glimmer with the latest layer of eyeliner. Her cheeks, a wind-bitten pink, ache from constant smiles. She combs her hair, unaware of the damage she is inflicting on herself. She looks around. Some wear false hair, others false teeth. Every participan
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  • Do Beauty Pageants Serve a Purpose in Socity?
    Do beauty pageants serve a purpose in society? Does anyone really care who the prettiest person is in America or State? Beauty pageants don’t help anyone, the only people that benefit from them are the people running in them. Pageants are for those who think that they can make a difference in the
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  • Beauty Pageants
    Make-up, hair extensions, teased hairstyles, clouds of hairspray, sophisticated costumes, tiaras, trophies, money, and more. Is this the type of environment or lifestyle you would want your child to be raised in? Unfortunately for some children this is a reality. For almost fifty years now children
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  • Beauty Pageants
    Do beauty pageants serve purpose in society? It’s a young girl’s dream of being crowned Mrs. World or Mrs. Universe. Many people participate in beauty pageants to become who they have dreamed to be. But they have different reasons why they want to be a winner of a pageant. One coul
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  • Beauty Pageants
    Pageants can help prepare young girls for real life, they can give them skills that are being forgotten and may never be taught to them otherwise. These girls learn manners, etiquette and grace during the pageant. Poise and grace are things that were important to young women a hundred years ago, but
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  • Child Beauty Pageants
    Cover Letter I was very worried at first about writing this paper because I could not decide on a specific topic and I wasn’t sure if I would be able to write 3 to 4 pages on it. After writing the paper I probably would not include as much background information on the child beauty pageants so t
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  • Beauty Pageants
    Finding the right pair of ear rings to match the prettiest dress and the right talent may not sound like a sport to some people but to these groups of people say that’s it is the hardest sport of all. Beauty pageants is the 2nd biggest “sport” in the world with over 2 million girls of all ages
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  • Pros and Cons of Beauty Pageants
    Ashley long 3/14/2011 Research Paper Pros and Cons of Beauty Pageants We live in a society in which demands for equality abound. At some point, the rights and privileges associated with the “perfect” life. At the same time, it seemed that a trend began. Hyphenated Americans began t
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  • Child Beauty Pageants: Are They Moral?
    Child Beauty Pageants: Are They Moral? Lisa Allen Com/172 March 12, 2011 Ron Tatum Child Beauty Pageants: Are They Moral? They say that beauty comes from within but if this is true why do parents parade their young children around and m
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  • Beauty Pageants
    The current overwhelming opinion in the community concerning children's beauty pageants is that they are not in the best interests of children. I have heard all the arguments defending these contests and they all appear to be self-serving defenses with no apparent regard to the considerable body of
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  • Child Beauty Pageants
    Susan Berg Mr. Campbell English 155 3 November 2011 Child Beauty Pageants Can Be Ugly There are many pros and cons to entering beauty pageants. Most people feel that there is no reason to even enter a child into a beauty pageant at all. Some people believe that the mother of the chi
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  • Child Beauty Pageants Basic Debate Outline
    ty pageantsChild Beauty Pageants And why the rules should be much stricter Overall stand: Child beauty pageants should be deemed illegal because: * They objectify the children in an attempt to achieve an unclear vision of beauty. * The parents more often than not force their ideals on th
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