• Paradise Lost: Censorship and Hypocrisy in the Italian Film Cinema Paradiso
    in me, and Cinema Paradiso was no disappointment. This heartwarming story about a little boy’s love affair with movies, and his subsequent coming-of-age in the repressive environment of ecclesiastical censorship and hypocrisy stirred great emotion in me, as I expected it would. The young Toto made...
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  • How Did the Cinema Affect the Lives of Women and Children in 1930’s?
    How did the cinema affect the lives of women and children in 1930’s? Labelled the ‘golden age of Hollywood’ the 1930’s was arguably a decade of turmoil. This led to many people attending the cinema to escape from reality. Among adults, women tended to go to the cinema more often than their husbands...
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  • Final for Wr 122
    murder, blood, and gore are all things that people think of when they hear the words, “Video Game.” Video games have quickly taken on the role of being harmful too kids. Could this be true? Crime rates have been on the rise for the last five decades, so we must ask do video games have anything to do with this...
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  • pakistan studies
    big city in India. Bollywood is massive. It makes up to 1000 films a year - twice as many as Hollywood and about 14 million Indian people go to the cinema everyday Fourteen million Indians go to the movies on a daily basis (about 1.4% of the population of 1 billion) Bollywood films are being shown in...
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  • Critically Discuss the Adequacy of Existing Regulatory Regime in Relation to the Advertising of Alcohol on Television
    medium in order to promote sales or attendance” . The Advertising Standards Association regulates advertising across all media including television and cinema. They work closely with organisations such as Ofcom to regulate communications in these areas. Ofcom was established in 2009 “to oversee all regulation...
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  • Britain’s Drink Problem
    policy for the problem. The biggest drink problem is lots of people (nearly 9,000 people) died each year because of alcohol related diseases. Also young people drinking too much are another problem Britain faces. Alcohol gives people jobs, produces the revenues of the alcohol taxes, and produce about...
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  • the body shop
    shampoo was found to have a few harmful chemicals in it that can cause cancer and had caused a boycott for the brand by the comsumers (“Consumer Lash Out at J&J ,” 2011). Later, Johnson and Johnson says it will remove carcinogenic chemicals and other potentially harmful substances in the baby products...
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  • Britain in the Twentieth Century: Narrating the Nation
    for feedback on essays and seminar performance, and guidance on selection of long essay topics. For other issues, they can email to arrange a meeting with the course tutor (M.Thomson@warwick.ac.uk) or visit him during in his office hours (Room H310). You will write three short essays (2,000 words) on...
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  • Consumer Penis
    have only gotten worse. This in turn has had a knock on effect in the world through gang wars, murders and even underage substance abuse. In this essay I will be discussing how in the last forty years our global problem with drugs has gone into a free fall. I will be looking at examples such as Drugs...
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  • Select One Film Which You Consider Representative of the Work Studied in the Module, and, from Appropriately Detailed Analysis of Two Key Sequences in the Film, Justify It as an Example of Extreme Cinema.
    analysis of two key sequences in the film, justify it as an example of extreme cinema. In this essay I will provide a detailed analysis and justification of why I believe a particular film would be classed as a piece of extreme cinema. Using the knowledge I have gained studying this module I will attempt...
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  • City Life
    Hello! I have a request for you to give me a feedback on my essay. Thanks in advance. Essay on city life The migration from the countryside to city areas is merely a new phenomenon. This is a historic transformation on a global scale that consists of village culture being rapidly replaced by...
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  • No Clockwork Oranges
    he has not been drugged and he has not been hypnotized. He proclaims that Alex is no longer a threat to society, that he is a normal and upstanding young man. He continues to deliver a politically driven and biased speech exclaiming the supremacy of his party. It is then that he stops and cues the demonstration...
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  • Essays
    ESSAYS (FOR MATRIC STUDENTS) ESSAYS 1. My Last Day At School (A Farewell Party) I shall remember my last day at school throughout my life. It was 2nd of March. We were bidden farewell by class IX. It was Sunday. We reached school at 3 P.M. The school hall was beautifully decorated for the farewell...
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  • Comparison and Contrast
    happy ending was an essay called “Going to the Movies” by Susan Allen Toth 1980. In this essay she writes about what type of experiences she has with four different friends when she goes to the movies with them. Also, another essay I have read recently is called “A Century of Cinema” 1995 written by Susan...
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  • Todays Yiuth
    Your search returned over 400 essays for "youth today". To narrow your search results, please add more search terms to your query. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [Next >>] These results are sorted by most relevant first (ranked search). You may also sort these by color rating or essay length. Title Length Color...
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  • Violenc in Movies
    should be banned As we can see in monitors violence is a part of movies, video games and TV programs. These kinds of movies and video games have many customers and proponents. On the other hand others believe that violence in these is harmful and should be banned. But I do not believe...
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  • The Power of Media
    and it is where the flow of ideas is disseminated. In James Fallows essay, “Win in China!” he states that media encourages the Chinese to follow their dreams, such as becoming an entrepreneur. Through television, people are able to see real life activism take place, which encourages them to coin the definition...
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  • Pretty Woman
    quintessential romance Pretty Woman (1990) staring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere is essentially a modern day fairy tale where the underprivileged young woman meets her handsome prince and lives happily ever after. The film resonates the same narrative formula as classic fable Cinderella, in that the...
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  • Killer Joe and Gender Representations
    represented within Hollywood cinema. First, she argues that women lack control and meaning, thus fueling their desire for the penis and power of a man. She also states that women exist as a silent opposition to the dominant man (a child-bearing subject merely in relation to). Last, this essay will argue that women...
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  • New Media
    Sphere Original Research Essay By Jessica Marie Ruxton Essay Option No.1 My Research: The Internet's addicting yet intriguing appeal to the public sphere Introduction to my essay I will be talking about the first essay option and introducing the 'addiction...
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