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Britney Spears

I know the entire world has heard of the famous pop star, Britney Spears. I am sure many would not think of her as a tragic hero, but with little research she you will find that she is in several ways. As a young girl Britney was introduced to the All New Mickey Mouse Club TV show when she was just 11 years old. In 2000 she reached the top of Pop charts with an instant hit “Oops, I Did It Again”. Although she was not born of Noble Birth or elevated status, she was born with incredible talent which...

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Britney Spears - Personality Analysis

 OUTLINE I. Introduction: A Short Biography of Britney Spears II. Psychoanalyzing Britney: What Would Freud Say? III. The Trait Perspective: Applying the Big Five IV. The Motives Perspectives: What are Britney’s needs? V. Conclusion VI. References I- Introduction: A Short Biography of Britney Spears Britney Spears was born on December 2, 1981 in Kentwood, Louisiana to James and Lynne Spears. She is the middle child. From a very young age, she enjoyed performing. She used to sing at...

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Britney Spears - a Woman I Admire

on me, but impact and admiration do not always go hand in hand. Then I realized who I really admire: Britney Spears. <br> <br>The teen pop idol singer Britney Spears is a woman that I look up to for many reasons. She has tantalized the entire world's youth with her incredible voice. By doing so, she serves as a role model for many of the young people growing up in today's society. Although Britney is only 19, she already has had a major effect on a multitude of people. Not only does she reach the...

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Why I Hate Britney (Summary)

Why I hate Britney was an article written by the, Nisey Williams at the time when she wrote this article, Nisey was a senior at the University of Austin. According to Miss Nisey Williams, Britney Spears in early 2000s were the most extremely or shockingly bad influence on the young girls as an icon or idol. More over Miss Nisey believes that in 2002 Britney Spears was the most famous and influential character or artist, however she accept this as a true fact that, Britney was famous because of her...

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Rhetorical Analysis "Why I Hate Britney"

“Why I Hate Britney”- Rhetorical Analysis 1. The purpose of this argument is for the writer, Nisey Williams, to state why she does not want to bring a child into a sex filled culture of so called “idols” like Britney Spears. She helps to achieve the argument that parents really need to be more aware of what enters our children’s minds. Williams gives evidence that these music icons are selling sex instead of music though the revealing clothing that they wear. 2. Mostly parents and people considering...

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Britney Spears

Britney Spears Stronger Than Yesterday Britney Spears, "One of the most controversial and successful female vocalists of the 21st century,"(Wenner) has been searching for stardom since an extremely young age. America considers Britney Spears highly controversial because of her sexual lyrics and actions. In an interview Britney Spears had on ABC, Diane Sawyer says, “It is one thing to not want to be the role model anymore and its another thing not to know that a lot of young girls are looking...

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How Women are portrayed in society and how sexism plays a role

life. Britney Spears is one of the several popular icons in the entertainment industry that plays an influential role in young women lives across the globe. While she's making millions of dollars from touring and selling albums, she's influencing the vulnerable minds of women and their perception of themselves. She's also setting standards in the from her teenage fan base perspective since they idolize her. Adolescent girls start to obsess over the fact that they have to try to look like Britney Spears...

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Pepsi: The Next Generation in Advertising

from growing up), Britney Spears, Lionel Richie, Bob Dole, and my personal favorite, Michael Jackson. And that is just naming a few. They also use very memorable slogans such as “Gotta Have It”, “Choice of a New Generation”, and “Nothing Else is Pepsi”. As I was trying to decide which commercials to analyze, it was a trip down memory lane. There are just so many Pepsi commercials that stand out to me. I finally chose to analyze the Pepsi “Gladiator” commercial, and Britney Spears’ “Joy of Pepsi”...

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How Does the Media Negatively Affect the Public and Celebrities

desire to feed the hunger for celebrity news is driving overly aggressive paparazzi tactics; the paparazzi pursuit causes danger to the celebrity, to the paparazzi and, let's not forget, the public. From incidents regarding Princess Diana and Britney Spears, too many people are happy to hate the paparazzi but don't see a problem buying magazines filled with their pictures. Go back several years and you would have only seen them at red carpet events such as the Academy Awards, but now you arrive...

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The World Is Flat Executive Summary

the country responsible for setting the pace of modern day capitalism has been able to educate its population so poorly is a troubling reflection of our value system. To quote the text, “In China today, Bill Gates is Britney Spears. In America today, Britney Spears is Britney Spears – and that is our problem.” America is no longer motivated. Our youth have become lazy underachievers who will certainly be left at the bottom of the food chain where the upper rungs will be occupied by today’s hardest...

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