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    8/7/13 Free Essay Home About Contact Me Publish Your Essay M ar 16, 2013 Member Submission Contents FAQ Letter Enter your email address: Search TOP VIDEOS | CLASS 1 TO 10 My Favourite Cartoon Character (Shinchan) Essay Class 7 Subscribe FREE Delivered by...
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    the Beast’ to action-based cartoons like ‘Ben Ten’ and ‘Pokémon’. Children between the ages of 6-8 have different preferences; girls are usually into fairy tales and animated ‘Barbie’ series whereas boys and some girls even usually have their favourite super hero cartoons like ‘Spiderman’ or ‘Batman...
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  • Toys and Gender Stereotypes
    that caught my attention that is targeted toward boys was the Bakugan Special Attack Figure. Bakugan is a very popular animated television show that airs on Cartoon Network every morning that has a significant following of young males. It is about a group of friends who battle each other using...
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    children do the same. On the other hand, the children who are not supervised and monitored by their parents tend to watch violent movies and cartoons, and even worse, they tend to act like their favourite characters. This can affect them psychically , they can get violent or rebel ,and it can even...
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  • An Analysis of the Yum Chums Series of Advertisements Created by Mcdonalds.
    , how McDonalds use their adverts to appeal to kids. Following an outbreak of media attention, in August 2004, McDonalds launched a series of educational cartoon characters, the Yum Chums, to promote balanced diets and exercise for children. Essay will be about how McDonalds made an advert to bring...
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  • Internet and Children
    fragments of their psyches into fuller senses of selfhood through fantasies of superhuman combat and destruction.” (Jones 196) .Each person’s childhood is often associated with something, for example, Donald Duck, Superman, or Barbie doll, Batman, etc…Those characters sometimes play an important...
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  • Why Was the Work of Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein Immediately Popular in the 1960's?
    blazed through the sky..." like the painting “WHAAAM!” many of Roy lichtensteins works were hard-edged with commercial techniques and he used flat and new colours which were used to portray culturally-popular ‘pop’ images. Another one of my favourite pieces is ‘Girl with ribbon’ I find it portrays a...
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  • Are Women Seen as Great and Powerful Role Models in the Media?
    arguably one of the only role models women have is Barbie. Yes, she is skinny, blonde and wears too much make up but she has also become successful in every career imaginable. We have Doctor Barbie, Vet Barbie, Pilot Barbie, Soccer Barbie, Teacher Barbie, Fire Fighter Barbie and the worldwide favourite...
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  • Harvesting Minds
    this is one of the most favourite products of kids. Funskool toys This brand is one of the largest ranges of toys in India. To name few of them are GI Joe, Batman, Superman, Playdoh, Hungry Hippoo, Barbie, Monopoly, Beyblade, Pokemon cards, Cartoon network merchandise- the list is endless. All...
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  • Film Analysis on Freedom Writers
    Film Analysis Essay on Freedom Writers Main Credits Title: Freedom Writers Director: Richard LaGravenese Scriptwriter: Richard LaGravenese Adapted from: The Freedom Writers Diary by Erin Gruwell Actors/Main characters: Hilary Swank-Erin Gruwell, Patrick Dempsey-Scott Casey, Scott Glenn-Steve...
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  • when i was alittle kid
    all my favourite cartoon characters there . I really thought that we are going to a Disney World located at Orlando or somewhere . But i know it is only a dream . Remembering that part , i smile alone . It can be so funny . I know , my father just want to make us smile during our next journey . But i...
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  • Essay Writing
    allowed me to predict essay questions easily for my O levels- This comment is probably god sent to students who are desperate for some sort of miracle in the face of impending major examinations. As mentioned earlier, character emotions form the climax (conflict) of the essay and with only 6 different...
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  • Influence of Cartoon on Children
    the ages of 6-8 have different preferences; girls are usually into fairy tales and animated ‘Barbie’ series whereas boys and some girls even usually have their favourite super hero cartoons like ‘Spiderman’ or ‘Batman’ or action flicks like ‘Bay Blade’ or ‘Dragon Ball-z’. Children are at a stage...
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  • Cause and Effect Essay on Obesity
    for instance as your children watch their favorite cartoon characters eat a hamburger so gracefully and cute it hooks kids wanting to try their food. Even as adults drive to work or back home to tired to make a nice healthy meal might hear an ad on the radio about what might be a good pricing meal for you economically but not physically....
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    Mattel. If the media continues to perpetuate these images by creating Disney or cartoon characters in the image of Barbie figurines, girls will continue to want to be shaped like a "Barbie girl"....
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  • Our Barbies, Ourselves: Emily Prager's Thesis
    ). What are the connotations of this description? Brief Journal Response While growing up did you play with Barbie or another type of doll- for instance, baby dolls, action figures like GI Joe, figures based on cartoon or movie characters? In your journal, describe your relationship with such...
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  • Daily Routine
    to use it to the full. 3. Personally, I think the shops are best, especially the ones with toys in. 4. Friends' houses can be a good source of entertainment. 5. I'm not a TV addict but cartoons I do enjoy and my favourite programme is Tarzan. 6. The...
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    black humour expressed in the cartoons develops the character of Junior more than would be possible with text alone. Further, the use of cartoons has a thematic link to the poverty experienced by Junior and his community. He draws because he ‘want[s] the world to pay attention to [him]’ (p. 6) and...
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  • Management
    Funosophy 57% of girls between the ages of 6-8 likes Bratz, 44% of girls ages between 9-11 also prefers Bratz. Among the dolls out in the market the most popular is Bratz with 39%, followed by My Scene 31%, Swan Lake Barbie 29% and Flavas 17%. 33% of girls ages 6-8 says their favourite dolls are Swan...
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  • Kids Advertising
    kids' shows in their TV commercials. This rule does not apply to packaging, so you might find cartoon characters or famous people on the front of your favourite cereal box. 7.  Advertisers can't make you believe that you're getting everything that's shown in the commercial. In their ads...
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