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    “Girls” is a currently running HBO original show, initially premiering in 2012, which has been critically acclaimed as a modern day reproduction of HBO’s 90’s cult classic, “Sex and the City.” Both series are set in the boroughs of New York City, Brooklyn and Manhattan respectively, while revolving around two sets of all-female friend groups, each composed of four intricately sophisticated women in various stages of their adult life. While both shows successfully highlight the complexity of managing

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    Persuasive Essay Friends is a hit television (TV) show, and has been since 1994 when it first came out. The television show follows the lives of six friends throughout the course of 10 years. Friends is a superb TV show despite some people’s opinions. The show was at the top of the charts for the years that it ran, and even more after that. The theme song itself was number 1 for 8 weeks, and after that was still within the top numbers (Billboard Staff, 2015). Even though the show is aimed for a mature audience

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    Talk Shows on Television

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    Television is one of the greatest inventions to ever be created, right? Lucian Dorneanu, an editor of Softpedia, stated, “Wherever a television is on, it draws attention like no other piece electronic in the house. It can be source of amusement, knowledge, or, misused, of violence and almost self-inflicted psychiatric disorders.” Today television is having a huge impact on people more than ever before, by doing more harm than good. Television is supposed to be bringing entertainment and laughter

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    Imagine a world where the freedom to binge watch seven, eight, or fifteen episodes of your favorite TV shows is nonexistent. This thought alone surely would evoke a unique terror in the hearts of many children, teenagers, and, funnily enough, adults as well. However, with the glorious invention of Netflix, people have been able to watch their favorite movies and television shows whenever they’d like, at whatever pace they’d like. Ever since Netflix was purchased in my household, I have been

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    favorite television shows. These people sit down with snacks in hand, waiting for new drama to unfold. A 2015 study found that the majority of the viewers are women and some of the most popular television shows are based on crime drama (Parrott 70). It does not matter if the shows are complete fiction or narratives and reenactments of a real crime that has taken place. The gore, violence, and pure disgust keeps these viewers coming back week after week. These crime-based television shows portray women

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    we see on television and magazines eventually becomes our standard of reality and desire." George Gerbner made that statement. He was a professor of communication, the founder of cultivation theory and a media critic. I agree with him, what the media shows us is what becomes norm in our lives, because the media can shape how we view certain things and how we feel about ourselves, changing our reality at a whim or over time. Television shows are very influential, especially reality TV shows, more specifically

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    viewers’ lives. People do not just watch a television show, they tend to normalize the characters and their roles into their day to day lives. When analyzing the media and focusing on drama and reality television shows, the impact that these shows have on some of their women viewers are noticeable. Television drama shows are fictions that the average person can relate to. They are made with real life problems that people can sympathize with. Television dramas have become the newest therapy to people

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    This Is What The Reality Of TV Is. The popularity of reality TV shows lately do not amaze me, in the society today, people admire excessive pride than high moral standards. A lot of shows which need to be cancelled portray and teach a lot of bad behaviors. Although these reality TV shows may make us laugh or even amaze us with its characters, who are bad influences to the society especially children. These shows gives us a picture of how people are drastically driven by the love of money, fame

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    We wanted to know how the television show Duck Dynasty became such a big part of popular culture especially in the field of merchandising. We looked through web articles about how the Robertson’s family created an empire, what visual merchandising is and its effects on Duck Dynasty merchandising, the politics they have encountered so far, and the stereotypes they have revised and created. We found that visual merchandising is one of the reasons the Robertson is so successful, and that politics don’t

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    Offensive language is a part of television that has increased dramatically over the past decades. Public television shows such as Family Guy, Southpark, The Office, Tosh.0 and countless others are riddled with offensive jokes that target nearly every group of people on the planet. With so much offensive language it is hard not to question whether or not this is completely changing how offensive media is perceived outside of the media. These shows have jokes that use negative stereotypes on almost

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