• Tanning Annotation
    skincancer.org/Skin-Cancer-Facts/>. Summary: This web site gives statistics of skin cancer. They give statistics for general information, Melanoma, men/women, indoor tanning, pediatrics, ethnicity, and aging/sun damage. Evaluation: The information on this site is reliable because it has a ton of citations...
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  • Eating Disorder
    with women’s beauty and fashion magazines Giselle Sanchez Introductory Psychology TueThurs: 2:30-3:45 Long Beach City College, Fall 2011 Abstract The purpose of this paper is to analyze how anorexia can develop in some young women due to beauty and fashion magazines (Thomsen 2001). In this experiment...
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  • Women in the Media
    in an acceptable manner. With the men away at war, women were encouraged to find work outside the home due to a lack of factory workers who could produce war goods. Once the war ended, however, this propaganda not only stopped- it abruptly changed. Once the men were back in the states there was...
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  • Muckrakes
    January 1903 issue of McClure's Magazine was credited for introducing muckraking. In the magazine, Lincoln Steffens writes an essay on political corruption that took place in Minneapolis. With the impact of industrialism and the magazine revolution, the McClure magazine and muckrakers became famous in...
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  • Can Women Have Sex Like a Man
    appropriate sexual desires and behaviors for women. The series contests hegemonic masculine and feminine ideas about the nature of the relationships men and women seek. The leading women attempt to transgress gendered sexual roles in their quest to experience ‘‘sex like a man’’, which they characterize...
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  • Magazines/Television and the Identity Crisis
    12/04/06 Mrs. Ramachandran MCMA 204 SEC 001 Final paper Magazines/Television and the identity crisis In America the only thing that can give us a clue on what to wear and how to act is watching television or looking in a magazine. America is so blind to the fact that we as Americans are an...
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  • Sports Jpurnalism
    computer, cell phones, radio, magazines, and television have helped sports writing and journalisms broad popularity change and grow in the past one hundred-and-ten years which helped the publicity of sports itself. Stated by Marlene Targ Brill in her book America in the 1900’s “by the early twentieth century...
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  • short news
     History of the Magazines Beginnings of print magazines First publication, which could be called a magazine, was the German Erbauliche Monaths Unterredungen, released in the year 1663. It was a literary and philosophical edition and after it was launched several periodicals with...
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  • Mass Media
    1995). Also prominent are stereotypical sexual roles featuring women as sexual objects, whose value is based solely on their physical appearance, and men as sex-driven players looking to “score” at all costs (Arnett, 2002; Gow, 1995; Grauerholz & King, 1997; Ward, 1995). Given that cultivation theorists...
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  • Annotated Bibliography
    are not only aimed towards sexually explicit products, but they are also found in ads which have almost no sexual involvement. As early as the 1880’s, W. Duke and Sons, a manufacturer of facial soap, included trading cards in the soap's packaging that displayed erotic images of the day's most popular...
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  • Brave New World
    Jackson Amani Mr.Velasquez American Literature Spring 2013 From Women’s suffrage to the 1970’s Roe vs. Wade to the current women’s issues of today, Feminism has been the driving force in winning women’s rights. Many heroic women sacrificed for the cause. Feminism in the United States...
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  • Focus Magazine
    of all these years, the company has had a spectacular development, dynamically moving in the sector of publications, launching new and successful magazines that conquered the top ranks amongst their competitors. In addition, by concluding strategic alliances with large foreign companies of the sector...
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  • Miss
    within local, national or global communities. This idea of change is driven by such mechanisms as the Mass media such as television, Film, music, magazines and more recently the inter- net. In fact many of these media may be thought of as Popular Culture. These cultures generally are youthful and have...
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  • Advertising 25
    ENGLISH 68 11 OCT. 2004 ESSAY #2 Forbes Magazine is geared towards the Business men and women who are interested in the daily news, technological advances as well as society issues. This magazine offers information geared towards the business people, it also contains...
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  • Marketing
    1101 04M 4 October, 2007 A: The analysis is directed to sloppy men who use a bar of soap in the shower, and are not conscientious about dirty soap. As for the women’s point of view, it would be some sort of blackmail piece of a magazine that they can use as leverage on their sloppy spouse. Also, the...
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  • The American Woman
    Different expectations have been established for men and women. The expectations have evolved and gone a long way from where they were 90 years ago in the United States. Women have typically been regarded as the weaker sex. The woman’s responsibilities in the early 1900s included cleaning and cleaning...
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  • Bling
    found in the February issue of Cosmopolitan magazine it is. Conveniently, this ad was placed around Valentine’s Day. Cosmopolitan, Cosmo for short, is the best selling young women’s magazine in the world. The first Cosmo was published in 1886 as a family magazine; however, the modern Cosmo has a demographic...
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  • Women in American Sports: Why a Female Athlete Cannot Be Just an Athlete
    opportunities for men and women. With the passing of Title IX by Federal Law makers in 1972, the number of female athletes dramatically increased. Since 1971, the NCAA has had an increase of over 450% of female athletes, and in high schools, an increase of over 900%. Prior to the 1970’s and Title IX,...
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  • Fashion
    but its use becomes a custom after being handed down from generation to generation. A fashion that comes and goes is called a Fad. During the mid-1800's, a mass production of clothing was made fashionable and available to more people for lower prices. This encouraged more people to wear more stylish clothes...
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  • Starbucks
    Are they the true journalist face of the Pakistan? The question is whetPrint media - Eg : Yellow pages, Newspapers, Business directories, Books, Magazines, posters. Electronic media: Media that uses electronics to reach audience. Telegraph, Satellite, Television, Internet, web- downloads, livestreming...
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