• Life as We Know It: Stick Figures
    world of celebrities. The extreme fascination that people have for celebrities, in my opinion, is a very unhealthy one to say the least. There are three major reasons for this; people are so involved in celebrities lives that they take valuable time out of their lives to check up on how celebrities are doing...
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  • Popstar Effects
    Sharjah G00053237 02/05/2014 Western Pop Star’s Effect On Today’s Youth The controversial characters and the music of the Western Pop Star affect the teenagers of this generation in three main ways. The first and utmost dangerous effect is the belief that teens have become over conscious about...
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  • Research
    Research Topic: Fashion choices for teens influenced more by peers, parents, or celebrities Koester, A.W. and May, J.K. (1985), "Profiles of Adolescents Clothing Practices: Purchase, Daily Selection and Care," Adolescence, 20 (77), 97-113 Poggi, Jeanine (2007),"Teen Spending on Apparel Down,"...
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  • Nasa Speech
    * How do these problems effect NASA? Money. Its sad but true. The existence of Humans will come down to money. These are just two examples of how greed and not having the right priorities will cost us in the future. 2. I am guilty of this myself, but idolizing people who do absolutely nothing...
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  • Are We Too Celebrity Obsessed?
    English 111 27 November 2012 The Issue of Celebrity Obsession ​Often, people fail to remember that celebrities are just humans like everyone else. Fans put celebrities on a pedestal, idolizing them perhaps realizing it or not realizing it. If a favored celebrity makes a decision, children all across America...
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  • American Media - Essay
    reading the newspaper. During the 50’s the television and radio became to show the popular trends in the fashion world. The new media outlets started idolizing those actors and actresses that were seen on the television shows. This is how we got the media and its content of our century. I believe that...
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  • Reality Tv Shows
    were on the front page of magazines. The young girls who were once struggling to get their lives together were now acting and being treated like celebrities. Most of the girls from the cast have appeared on other shows and some have even tried being casted onto the show Dancing With The Stars. There are...
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  • Psychology
    controlled methods, random assignment and the manipulation of variables to test a hypothesis. A researcher might be interested in the cause and effect relationship between High Self-esteem and Lack of confidence. They would then propose a hypothesis about how these two variables are related, such...
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  • Understanding Trends Around the World
    sporting a tan. This fad may be due to Western media idolizing tan celebrities such as Nicole Polizzi (Snooki), the Kardashians, Jessica Simpson, and many others. Even among social networking sites some typically Western, usually American, celebrities can be found grumbling about not being able to get...
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  • Never Just Pictures Summary
    ‘beautiful’ and ‘ideal’. Product advertisements and commercials are bombarding our televisions and magazines with gaunt-looking models having the effect of standardizing what the public sees as normal. Bordo begins Never Just Pictures by introducing the obsession our society has with being thin, or...
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  • Puberty
    * Body odor * Muscles increases in size All these changes are essential before you reach adulthood. However, there might be some changes and effects that it has on your physical, mental and emotional, Spiritual and Social well-being. Physical: When you’re going through puberty, you might be...
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  • Social Networking Websites: Harmful Yet Beneficial
    proven to benefit and harm teens socially, emotionally, and academically. In total social networking websites have many effects on a teen’s social life. The effects can even shape his or her personal and group identities. Many teens have found it is easier to find new “friends” and leave old...
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  • Burberry Marketing Strategy
    wearing Burberry trench coats, allowing people to like and comment on the photos. The website encourages a brand community of like -minded customers idolizing the Burberry trench coat. The success of the website can be noted from The Journal of Economic Geography, (Tokatli, 2011) Burberry’s Report that ‘since...
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  • Marketing Priciples
    or good. The essay will also try to address some of the good consequences and the bad ones of marketing. I have also tried to further explain the effects these consequences have on the society. I have also tried to tackle issues such as ethics of marketing and social well being and values. Who wouldn't...
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  • Self Esteem and the Media
    to the media as positive or negative. This paper will introduce some negative affects found as a result of children imitating and idolizing the media and the celebrities that go along with it. There are also positive results that come from the media; the media is not all bad. This paper will just focus...
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  • Teen Pregnancy
    pregnancy, the community and government should educate the public about the negative effects it has on not only the young mothers family, but community as a whole. Today’s pop culture plays an immense role in idolizing the issue of Teen Pregnancy. Television shows and clothes stores, have been noticing...
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  • Sex Education in schools
    not idealizing, their own self-destructive behavior. The television reality show, furthermore, turns these teen moms into celebrities whom young girls are idolizing, while reinforcing how fascinating life will be for her, BUT only if she were a teen mom. In other words, the attention and opportunities...
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  • Anorexia - 1
    all of what is portrayed on television are disgustingly thin like Barbie actresses, models and celebrities and that is what most teenage girls strive to be like. Teenage girls are idolizing these celebrities mainly on their waist size and not what really matters like their personality and intellect. But...
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  • Grgr
    Celebrities should not be idolized. Today I am going to discuss why teenagers and children spend too much time following the lives of celebrities, and why it creates such a negative impact on young lives in this generation. Nowadays, celebrities include a wide range of genres. Pop stars like Lady...
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  • Persuasive Essay on Popular Music, Television, and Film Stars
    Persuasive Essay on Popular Music, Television, and Film Stars Everyone at all ages have grown up admiring and idealizing at least on celebrity, be that an actor, singer or any other famous person. What they do not ask while they are young is whether our idols are people we should be looking up to. Usually...
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