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  • Michael Jackson

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    Pop King of America Michael Jackson Throughout the development of Pop culture in America, Michael Jackson, a man who obtained thirteen first singles, 17 Grammy Awards, and sold over 1 billion albums across the globe since his solo debut in 1972 (Izod 63–74), has contributed greatly to influence the public’s image of pop music. After the album Thriller got released, Michael Jackson became a role model for many music fans all around the world due to his . After his debut as a solo male artist, many

  • Biography of Michael Jackson

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    Michael Jackson Michael Jackson was born April 29, 1958 to a working class family in Gary, Indiana. His parents, Joe and Katherine had ten children and Michael Jackson was the eighth child. The Jackson family was very musically inclined. Michael’s father played guitar in a small R&B band, his mother sang frequently, and his brothers often sand and played with their father’s guitar (Biography on Michael Jackson, 2002). Michael Jackson was no exception to his family’s musical ability. At

  • Michael Jackson Essay

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    Michael Jackson was born on August 29, 1958. He was one of ten children growing up. Michael and his siblings grew up in a very strict home. He had many conflicts with his father, who was physically and emotionally abusive. Michael’s music career began with the formation of The Jackson 5 in 1963, when he joined his brothers, Jackie, Tito, Marlon, and Jermaine in their already booming musical group. This was the start of Michael’s singing career. He was only five years old at this time, and went

  • Michael Jackson Impact

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    Michael Jackson Many musicians shaped the music of the 20th century, but few had a lasting impact. Research and discover how your musician or band affected popular music of their day, and their contribution lives on today. Michael Jackson was the whole package, he could sing, dance, and even act a little. Michael didn’t just start out famous he had to take steps to get there. First he had to join a family band called the Jackson 5. Then after that he went big time. Michael Jackson impacted Rock

  • Michael Jackson Psychoanalysis

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    Michael Jackson was known around the world as the “King of Pop.” He was raised as a Jehovah’s Witness, which molded him into a shy and quiet person. Something he was opposite of on stage. It is well documented that his father became violent with him and his brothers in order to push them to become successful. Thus, missing out on his childhood. During his early life, Michael had an accident that resulted in burns on his head and face. After this incident he had plastic surgery, changing the shape

  • Michael Jackson Essay

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    Michael Jackson: Man In The Mirror      Michael Jackson is arguably the most well know celebrity figure in the world today. Michael Joseph Jackson was born in August 1958, in Gary, Indiana. Jackson has spent almost his entire life as a public performer. He was a member of the Jackson Five at the age of four, soon becoming the group's lead vocalist and front man. Onstage, he modeled his dance moves and vocal styling on James Brown, and portrayed an absolute self-confidence

  • The Psychoobiography Of Michael Jackson

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    psychobiography of Michael Jackson (1958-2009). Michael was one of the most popular entertainers in the world and is best known for the role in shaping and defining pop music. He was a dancer, singer, entertainer, and recording artist. His contributions to music, dance, and fashion, as well as his highly publicized personal life made him a global icon and popular figure in pop culture for decades. Early Life Michael Jackson was born in Gary Indiana on August 29, 2958 to Joe and Katherine Jackson, a working-class

  • Michael Jackson : The King Of Pop

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    Indiana. Michael Joseph Jackson shocked the world as an unbelievably talented musician and dancer. He was one of the most prominent celebrities of all time, and his legacy lives on into the 21st century. Jackson was recognized for his individuality and unique ideas that he added implemented into his work. He created an entirely new image was created in the music industry, and he is remembered for it. Michael Jackson was known as the “King of Pop” and went down in history as a legend. Michael Jackson

  • Summary Of Michael Jackson Conspiracy

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    Michael Jackson Conspiracy is a book written by Aphrodite Jones and foreword by Tom Meserau. Jones is an author, reporter, and television producer. She wrote this book to inform the world, old and young, about the full details that many did not see in the news. She also explains why Michael Jackson was found “NOT GUILTY” on all accounts that he was charged with. In 1993, he was accused of sexual molestation charge of a young boy in the Chandler family and his advisors told him because he needs to

  • The Inethical Reporting of Michael Jackson

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    We are in a time where the public is more than eager to look into the lives of celebrities, and view the good, bad and the ugly sides of their lives. There are radio and television programs made to focus completely on celebrity journalism and celebrities often appear on main news programs. We have magazines and websites dedicated to celebrity lifestyle and we know that the most popular newspapers are those which contain celebrity gossip. Celebrity sells, and yet, it can only sell where there is a