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Celebrities Should Not Be Role Model

� PAGE �2� Running Head: SHOULD WE EXPECT CELEBRITIES TO BE ROLE MODELS? Should we expect celebrities to be role models? � Should we expect celebrities to be role models? _Introduction_ Celebrities before starting their career, according to people are just ordinary human beings. Since being the God gifted individuals they make a name for them selves. It may sometime feel that they are in lime light every now and then. But this is what they strive for, i.e. is to make a name and earn their...

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Are Celebrities a good role model?

Are famous people of today good role models? This is a very controversial topic and a lot of people have their own opinions. There are people, who believe that the famous can be good role models as many famous people do tasks such as helping out in 3rd world countries, giving money to charities and help out with sporting and charity events. However not all famous people are like this. Some just go out and break every law in one night from drink driving to excessive use of drugs. So can famous people...

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Celebrity Role Models

org/advice-for-parents/celebrity-role-models Celebrities Role Models Media Role Models Have a Huge Influence on Kids * By the time our kids are in middle school, they start to look to their peers for a sense of what’s socially acceptable or desirable. * Kids choose public personas as role models, but there are no guarantees that a star will stick to a lifestyle that kids can look up to -- or that parents will approve of. * Studies show a direct link between role models, advertising, and...

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Celebrity Role Models

You always read something new about the hottest celebrity every week, it's always something bad. They either got arrested, is pregnant, or is caught up in some sort of sex scandal. Eventually, young children and teens read tabloids and watch the news and see their celebrity "role models" doing one of those things. Children with no common sense would go out and try to be like them. No one actually wants to be someone who has done something great. Think about it, everyone wants to be like Paris Hilton...

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Celebrities That Are Good Role Models

especially true when it comes to celebrities. Every day in the modern world we as a society are exposed to the media, which tells us that celebrities can be viewed as good or bad role models. There are many celebrities that can do good things for the world and model behavior that is honorable; through this we as a society can mirror that behavior in our everyday lives. One celebrity who is an extremely talented model and talk show host, Tyra Banks, can be a model for women and minorities alike...

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Celebrity Role Models Children Emulate

Celebrity Role Models Children Emulate Gary Gardner July 11, 2010 Com 150 Phyllis Rosenburg Celebrities are all around us influencing our children; they are on the radio, televisions, computers, ipods and even on cellular phones. Our children hear and see what they do in our homes, cars, stores, and even in their classrooms. Though some celebrities can be a negative influence on children, some can have a positive impact because children will mimic what they see. There are several celebrities...

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Are Entertainment Celebrities Good Role Models or a Bad Influence?

Are entertainment celebrities good role models or a bad influence? Discuss. Entertainment celebrities are neither good role models nor a bad influence, at least not in entirety. To conclude by the actions of some celebrities that all of them should be generalized into two extremes: good and bad, would be irrational. Every celebrity is a unique individual with his or her own personal characteristics, and final judgment on the integrity of the celebrity in question must be based on personal lifestyle...

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Role Models

Being a Role Model Isn’t Always a Choice Celebrities need to take responsibility for their positions as role models Published on October 8, 2013 by Azadeh Aalai, Ph.D. in The First Impression 2 inShare email I always find myself peeved when in the aftermath of negative publicity, or “bad behavior,” celebrities offer the disclaimer that they never set out to be role models. For instance, in the aftermath of her provocative (pornographic?) VMA performance, Miley Cyrus has reportedly stated...

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Celebrities Have the Moral Responsibility to Be Good Role Models for the Society

Canada of the Choate Rosemary Hall, a role model should be someone who has a set of values so high that you will probably never reach. Today, celebrities are often linked with bad behavior – violence, drugs, indecent dressing and so many other unacceptable behaviors. This bad behavior is enough proof for parents to judge that celebrities are not good role models for the youth in which of course they have the responsibility to be. Sometimes however, if a celebrity becomes involved in any kind of trouble...

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Celebrities as Role Models

permitting the censorship of any student speech that mentions drugs, so long as someone could perceive that speech to contain a latent pro-drug message." He was backed by Justices David Souter and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. At issue was the discretion schools should be allowed to limit messages that appear to advocate illegal drug use. "Bong," as noted in the appeal filed with the justices, "is a slang term for drug paraphernalia." The incident occurred in January 2002 just outside school grounds when the Olympic...

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