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Age Restrictions On Movies Do They Work

Age Appropriate Let’s go to the movies is a phrase most children, and adults for that matter love to hear. Whether you’re interested in romance, comedy, horror, or action, watching them at home just is not the same as sitting in a theater with a bag of popcorn and a large soda. How do we know which movie will best suit us, and which should remain unseen? Well there are ratings for that. As most parents especially those with teens and pre-teens would know there isn't always an agreement on what is...

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Internet Age Restriction

 Internet Age Restrictions For years humanity has been making use of the internet for the fast sharing of information. The collective knowledge of man can even be held in your hand at this point while using a Smart-phone. Although there are many beneficial aspects, there are things and people out on the 'net that pose a problem to our children. Internet age restrictions should be put into place on various websites that pose the risk of exposing children to disturbing or inappropriate imagery and...

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How Do Movies Influence

Barbu Andreea Marina Grupa :3212 Anul:2 How do movies or television influence people’s behavior Great changes have taken place in human society along development of technology, and movies or television are a big part of this. Such entertaining methods affect on people's behavior in many ways. I believe that television and especially movies are one of the major and outstanding achievements of humankind. Every movie...

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Why do we like scary movies?

Why Do We Watch Scary Movies? When reading To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, one aspect of the early story really bothered me. Why do Jem and Scout, even though they are deathly scared of the Radley house dare each other to mess with the house? Evidently, the two children are fascinated by the fear, but what really causes us to bring ourselves to fear? While pondering this question, something else that I simply can’t wrap my head around popped up in my mind. What is with scary movies? Horror...

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Disney Movies

The negative influence of Disney movies on children Disney movies have a target audience of young impressionable children. Although Disney movies on first glance are entertaining and educational for the young mind it actually has many hidden messages that children do not realize are negative and believe that what they see is what is true. Disney movies contain a negative representations that are racist towards ethnic groups, sexism towards the behaviour and treatment of women, and construct...

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Social Work in a Digital Age

Social Work in a Digital Age: Ethical and Risk Management Challenges Sung Sun MGMT 4330 July 28, 13 Article Summary Long time ago, social workers began their work always used typewriters; hard copy and services were provided to consumer in offices or homes. Now social workers have the option to communicate with consumer on social networking, they provide online services to people. They don’t meet in person. The electronic records in the virtual “cloud”, E-mail, and text messages with consumer...

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Abstinence Programs: Do They Work?

Abstinence Programs: Do they Work? In 2005, nearly half of all high school students have had sexual intercourse. Plainly stating that abstinence programs do not work (USA Today). Abstinence programs were beneficial many years ago, but since they are ineffective in delaying teen pregnancy, then teen pregnancy rate has increased. Abstinence programs teach the “no sex until marriage” clause, but they don’t teach teens about birth control and the consequences of having sex at before they’ve matured...

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Teens Smoking: Anti-smoking Advertisements Do Not Work

Teens Smoking: Anti-smoking Advertisements Do Not Work Smoking is a recreational activity in which a substance, most common tobacco, is burned and the smoke tasted or inhaled. Smoking is primarily done as a form of recreational drug use as combustion releases the active substances in drugs such as nicotine and makes them available for absorption through the lungs. It can also be made as part of religious or non-religious rituals, to induce trances and spiritual enlightenment. The most common method...

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disney movies

stereotypes, they simply reflect them” (What about Women in Disney Movies?, 2008). Disney movies, however, are filled with stereotypes, ranging from social stereotypes to racial stereotypes. Although Disney movies are filled with an abundant amount of different stereotypes, the most common stereotypes seen in Disney movies are gender stereotypes. Gender stereotypes are when a group is generalized based on gender (female or male). In Disney movies the most common area to see gender stereotyping is within...

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Movies and Their Impact on Society

Movies and Their Impact on Society “I’m going to make a name for myself. If I fail, you will never hear of me again”- Edward James Muggeridge. True to his words he succeeded in making a name for himself and he created the first movie or “motion picture”. Now if you do not understand or know what a movie is I will enlighten you as best I can. Movies are a rollercoaster ride that transcends people into a whole different world fresh out of somebody’s imagination as seen through the genres of horror...

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