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  • Do Soap Operas Have The Potentials Empower Women Audience?

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    Do soap operas have the potentials to empower women audience? Apply relevant feminist media theories to the analysis of one particular show. Introduction People nowadays live in a media society and they use different kinds of media products everyday. The public enjoy the benefits brought by technology as people not only can watch the programmes on television but also be able to watch them online. In Indonesia, nine out of ten people watch television every single day and a growing amount of middle

  • Codes and Conventions of Genres Essay

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    commodity . It has characteristic features that are known to and recognised by the audiences because the same formula is reproduced many times. Genre is a French word meaning that refers to types or categories of media products. Soap operas, situation comedies, police series, quiz shows and news programmes are just some of the genres to be found in television. Genres are identified by the particular conventions they use which are recognised through regular contact. Conventions

  • Realism Essay

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    documentary, social, emotional and dramatic. Technical codes play an important role in making realism in soaps, this refers to documentary realism where soaps are supposed to look like they haven’t been constructed and camera work shouldn’t be too complicated, it should be like looking in on someone’s life through their window. The editing should be invisible making the soap look like a continuous shot so it doesn’t look like we are watching a piece of

  • Genie the Wild Child Essay

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    Genie, the second case of wild child was found in a room tied to a potty chair. Genie was kept in a room locked away because her father thought she was retarded at birth until the age of 13, when she was rescued by a social worker. She was locked away from normal civilization and any type of socialization, and she was beaten for making noises. Genie was an infant trapped in a 13 year old body, because she could only make infant like sounds and no words or sentences. Genie's brain waves were adnormal

  • The Problem Of Medical Care Essay

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    Marc opens his eyes as his alarm blares from his smartphone. Marc rises from his bed and begin his daily routine. However, today is a different day. Marc overheard the adults talking about doctors coming to offer medical care. Marc is Panamanian and from a small village. His surroundings are very rural. The only exposure to the outside world is his smartphone. As Marc goes outside, it appears that everyone is excited for the medical care. Medical care is scarce in his village. He notices that these

  • Essay on A Hidden Hero in William Carlos Williams’ The Use of Force

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    A Hidden Hero The doctor in William Carlos Williams’ The Use of Force ultimately saves Mathilda’s life but under what motive? His motive to win the battle against her or the motive to actually try to cure her? The fact that Mathilda’s life is on the line brings out the heroic attributes of the doctor in the story. In the end, even though the doctor has malicious thoughts, the doctor is a hero because he ultimately saves Mathilda’s life and continues with helping Mathilda despite her every attempt

  • Doctors Explanation in Kate Chopin´s The Story of an Hour

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    In the story “Story of an Hour” by Kate Chopin, the main character Louise Mallard had a heart condition that soon lead to something unimaginable. Her family just recently found out her husband has died and they have to tell her calmly or else she would have a dangerous rapid heart beat. When she heard the news of her husband, she became very depressed but then felt joy that overcame her that no reader would have guessed. Then suddenly her husband walked through the door. When she saw him she died

  • My Best Day

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    I thought this summer day would be the best day, I woke up at 9:00 a.m the bright sun was peeking through my window and the birds were chirping. I didn’t have to worry about getting ready fast to make the bus or do any homework. My mom finally had a day off work and we were going to go shopping and go swimming. My mom burst in my room, throwing clothes yelling “ come on you have a doctor's appointment, we are going to be late!” I hate the doctor, she is always telling me there is a problem, I

  • My Ambition In Life Essay

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    For many children their childhood would consist of going to family, grandparents, friends, aunts and uncles houses. Me? I would be taking various trips to the hospital. I suppose you could say there was an element of irregularity for a couple of years of my earliest childhood. However, without experiencing that journey I would never have known what my ambition in life would be; many people encounter a prodigious struggle when choosing what they would like to do in the future. But I on the other hand

  • Chapter summaries for Better by Atule Gawande

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    Biology Enriched Extra Credit Better: A Surgeon’s Notes on Performance Chapter 1: On Washing Hands Mr. Gawande starts his literature on washing hands. He introduces two friends a microbiologist and an infectious disease specialist. Both work hard and diligently against the spread of diseases just like Semmelweis who is mentioned in the chapter. Something I learned, that not many realize, is that each year two million people acquire an infection while they are in the hospital