"Young Adult Fiction" Essays and Research Papers

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Perfect Chemistry

Wipp Prabhdip Kaur Fiction Semester Project 3 October 2011 A book tells a story and gives you a visual in your head. Perfect chemistry is a story of a boy in a gang and a girl with a perfect reputation. Their attraction to each other comes as a surprise as though a slap to the face. This was something neither on them wanted but when they explored the attraction since they couldn’t keep away from each other, they fell in love. The genre of this story is young adult since the story contains...

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Mtv : Target Market and Demographics

success throughout its lifetime. What MTV aimed at was to capture the teen audience. They did this by means of eliminating adults from shows. MTV gives teens a feeling that they are the center of the universe: that they are powerful, and cool. When someone signs up to work for MTV, they are basically signing up to become 21 years old. This immerses them into these young adults' music, style, and reality. MTV also uses many techniques like changing styles and introducing new music to keep teen viewers...

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SSR Essay

Silent Reading End of the Quarter Essay My silent reading book was a fictional novel for young adults, Looking for Alaska by John Green. While reading this novel, it brought laughter, emotion, and anger the main character felt over to me. John Green has a very good interpretation of teenage thought and feeling. Through all the adventure and excitement of this novel, I felt I connected with the main character as I read on. It is an extraordinary book about a teenage boy looking...

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A and P: Movie Review

Deborah Davis Reflection Paper – John Updike’s A&P-Films on demand-view Playlist Studies in Fiction Professor Gallant After watching the film A&P in comparison to the discussion in the classroom, a lot of the topics are current trends and issues in the 20th century. There can be much discussion about many things in the film. After watching the film however rather than from the reading and discussion in class, I pictured things differently in my own mind. Upon first trying to relate it to the...

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Engaging Into a Boy-Girl Relationship at a Young Age: for Better or for Worse?

ENGAGING INTO A BOY-GIRL RELATIONSHIP AT A YOUNG AGE: FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE? A Term Paper Presented to Mrs. In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in English 4 by xfx February 2009 TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter Page I. Introduction………………………………………………………………………...1 II. Statement of the Problem………………………………………………………….1 A. Objectives…………………………………………………………………1-2 B. Hypothesis………………………………………………………………...2 III. Presentation, Analyses and Interpretation...

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Teenagers Have More Problems Than Adults, Do You Agree?

Teenager problems and adult problems are usually quite different. It isn't that one has more problems that the other. Adults generally see teenager's problems as being very transitory and unimportant in the grand scheme of things. When adults think of teenage problems they think of things like curfew, teenage heartbreak, friendship drama, school issues, and the latest fashions. Adults think of adult problems being things like financial problems, marital issues, losing a job, health concerns,...

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Fainting Fangirls

to a fangirl this is what they’ve been writing all of their fan-fiction about. The idea that they could actually have sex with the people they idolize. This play on words actually pulls them in. In a guy fans’ point of view it could be a way to pick up a girl that likes the same kind of music as you. To most this is just an ad for really tight pants, but to them this is so much more than that. You know that this ad is not for young children because of the sexual undertone of the slogan. A child...

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Video games

todays teenagers often spend a great deal of time playing video games. These games are fun and engaging and young people often feel like playing games is a great thing to do in their spare time. Spending too much time playing video games can keep teens and young adults from being sociable and keeps them from studying. Gaming then becomes an unhealthy way of using spare time. Teens and young adults that play video games too much are lacking good social skills. Teenagers may argue that because they play...

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Research Topic 3

appreciates at least some aspect of their childhood. Children love being children. Some want to grow up, and others want to stay children forever. Meanwhile, many adults often wish that they were children again so they could escape the pressures and stresses and responsibilities of the adult world. However, the way in which a person enters the adult world is different for every individual. In many cases for most youths, childhood is filled with happiness and wonder and is one of the best chapters of their...

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Case Study Of Human Sexuality

life known as infancy according to Freud starts at age o to 2. Mike has entered what is known in Erik Erikson phase stage as young adulthood. The young adult phase begins at 19 and ends at 39 years old (Kelly, 2014). Erikson developed an eight-stage life span of psychosocial development from stages birth to old age. According to Erikson life cycle Mike is in the young adult stage. This stage focus on achieving intimacy and connection vs. feeling alone and isolated. Mike has entered a new chapter...

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