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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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    My favourite cartoon character 2B Students’ good works By Suki Chan My favourite cartoon character is Doraemon. He is very popular and many people like him very much. Doraemon is very different from other cartoon characters. because he has a ‘treasure pocket’, which can help everyone...
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  • Research
    shared her experiences about her daughter’s fixation with her favourite cartoon, ‘Winx Club,’ “She creates a lot of fuss every time we go for shopping as she insists on having the same wardrobe as the characters in the ‘Winx Club’.” College going girl Ayesha, elder sister of a young kid Rumaiza says...
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  • Violence in Cartoons
    of becoming aggressive and reflecting this violence in their future. Violence is a behaviour that needs to be learned and consequently kids need to see violence to become violent themselves. Any kid loves to imitate his favourite cartoon character. Obviously if the character is violent the child...
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  • Ted Hughes
    Constance BriscoeConstance Briscoe’s book Ugly and Beyond Ugly both captured my emotions; I feel that I had a connection with the character as she takes the reader through her phases of physical, emotional and verbal abuse. This was the first book which brought me to tears and my sympathy was with...
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  • One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
    towards women’s right in the day. I found Chief Bromden a reliable and an observant narrator. But my favourite character is McMurphy, quite the hero, a brawling, fun-loving rebel who swaggers into the world of the mental hospital and takes over. He is a lusty, life-affirming fighter. Into a...
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  • Go Green Save Future
    SHOW N TELL activity in August:-“My favorite story land character”. [pic] D) MY OWN GARDEN Make a new friend this summer. Pot a flowering plant in a small colourful container. Nurture it through the holidays and look after it well and water...
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  • 90's
    ’schoolbags’) and water bottles and tiffin boxes had strange cartoon characters that were hybrid versions of seven or eight different characters, and you still bought them, because a green man wih a water pistol, boots, a jet-pack, Johnny bravo hair, a rajasthani mustache, gloves, and underwear (long johns...
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  • Essay
    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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  • The Impact of to Analyse Disney Movie and Understanding the Dominant Position in Children
    television? Without any doubt is Cartoon movies. Children like to watch cartoon movies even before they start to speak. Before that, I also had spent much time in Disney cartoon movie on television, my mother will turn on the television when she was doing housework. In particular three main...
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  • Aladdin or Beauty and the Beast
    brilliant technically. The quality of the music in each movie is another example of attention to detail. Part of the energy in Aladdin comes from its musical score. The songs, with the exception of the beautiful and romantic “New World,” are really lively and entertaining. My particular favourites are...
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  • Saving the Next Generation’s Innocent Minds
    would watch this series than what it would be replacing. It would be nice to be able to watch some of my favourite DC Comics characters run around in ways that will have me making baby noises to everyone several days after watching it and cooing everything in sight. *Chibi - small and/or miniature in a good or cute way ...
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  • Satire Project
    stay amazed, my fingers movin' so fast I'll set the place ablaze There's no killer app I haven't run At Pascal, well, I'm number 1 Do vector calculus just for fun I ain't got a gat but I got a soldering gun "Happy Days" is my favourite theme song I can sure kick your butt in a game of ping pong...
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  • Assignment
    during the Breakfast Hour, Lunch Hour and Dinner Hour promotions whereby the prices of the items are reduced for a certain time frame. Recently, they started offering Hello Kitty collectibles with lunch set to attract fans to grab their favourite cartoon character toy while indulging themselves in a...
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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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  • The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Disney)
    Brown's Charles Kimbrough, Seinfeld's Jason Alexander and Mary Wickes of "Sister Act") doing a very Broadway "A Guy Like You". Emeralda (singing voice provided by Heidi Mollenhauer) a very Christian "God Help The Outcasts". And the opening "The Bells of Notre Dame" by Clopin (my favourite character...
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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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  • 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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  • Observing Children in a Classsroom
    constantly repeating the same message. Cartoon characters have a higher chance of earning a young child’s attention as they are entertaining and the child often idolizes that character and it’s practices. As the lesson progressed, the teacher assigned an activity which required the students to discuss...
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  • Cdcsd
    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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