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  • George Carlin’s Seven Dirty Words: Morality as Defined by the Government

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    unable to define. Is it simply a particular group of words that should not be uttered in polite company, or is it drastically more complicated? During the last 60 years, the American populace has found themselves spinning into what many consider to be a downward spiral with the issue of morality. In the following pages I am going to discuss what I consider to be the definition of profanity, by giving an overview of the now infamous “Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television” monologue performed

  • Essay on George Carlin and Radio Censorship

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    Americans hate the word censorship. It puts fire into the eyes of any self proclaimed, speaker of the people. but is censorship that bad, or that wrong? Censorship is an enormous part of the stability of society. One of the many types of censorship takes place on the airwaves. Comedians, George Carlin, Howard Stern, and Mncow Muller had an enormous effect on the ideals of censorship in this era, trying to prove that the FCC had no right to censor radio airwaves. They questioned why words we all hear

  • Obscenity And Contemporary Media

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    Obscenity& Contemporary media Obscenity: There is nothing influential than media in this contemporary era. In this media subjugated epoch Obscenity also have Become a prime aspect of media. Obscenity is an act or utterance of Hurting moral values of an individual or morality appealing to a society. Undoubtedly media is the platform to exhibit one’s views and opinions. Formerly it was a journalist who represented public Known as the “voice of the public” but today the things have changed every

  • Censorship: Simply Not Enough Essay

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    verging close to her bedtime. I was relaxed as we spent some quality time together, and out of nowhere I felt as if I had been punched in the face when a curse word came out of the so-called 15 year old actor’s mouth. Playing it cool, I glanced down at my young daughter who did not even flinch. I thought to myself, when were those words allowed to be uttered on television? Even worse, was my daughter’s reaction, or in this case non-reaction, because of desensitization or did she simply not hear

  • Psy 's Wildly Popular Music

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    “Gangnam Style.” I have been listening to K-Pop now for about 5 years and it has brought me the utmost joy to my life, introducing me to many things culturally and linguistically throughout Asia such as being able to pick up and understand certain words and phrases. My love for the K-Pop genre is quite great, on May 21, 2012 I went to a K-Pop concert in Mountain View, California, my iTunes music library has over 400 K-Pop songs, and have even began watching Korean dramas. Since discovering K-Pop I

  • Commentary On Heads Up ! Heads Down !

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    Heads up! Heads up! Here 's another one! And a, and another one Oh! Yeek yeek woop woop! why you all in my ear?! Talking a whole bunch of shit That I ain 't trying to hear! Get back motherfucker! You don 't know me like that! (Get back motherfucker! You don 't know me like that!) Yeek yeek woop woop! I ain 't playing around! Make one false move I 'll take ya down Get back motherfucker! You don 't know me like that! (Get back motherfucker! You don 't know me like that!) Who!! S-s-so c 'mon c 'mon

  • It Starts With Little Annoyances

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    It starts with little annoyances, such as loud stomping from upstairs and the occasional sounds of loud banging. Jungkook knew that having neighbors was difficult, and he prepared himself for the worst. But nothing could have prepared him for this. Jeon Jungkook, your average sophomore in university, with barely sufficient grades and a ton of snarky remarks, had been living in an apartment for nearly two years. The apartment just above his was always empty, and he had wished to keep it that way —

  • The Native American Spirit Quest Of A Half Indian Foster Child By Sherman Alexie

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    Sherman Alexie’s novel Flight explores the Native American spirit quest of a half Indian foster child. Alexie brilliantly invites readers into the mind of a cynical fifteen-year-old who calls himself Zits. Zits uses humor, violence, and shock value to cope with how he has been treated by his absent father and the foster system. Zits’ uses his vocabulary as a defense mechanism which reveals how comfortable he feels in various situations. The following paragraphs analyze how Zits’ speech patterns provide

  • The Federal Communication Commission : The Role Of The Federal Communications Commission

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    beeps of the song which ruins the song, and even the DJ or Radio host will uses euphemisms instead of cursing. He and many other people start to wonder why beep out the words if everyone knows the curse words that they are actually saying. The reasoning why the song and the radio host are censoring themselves is that these words may be offencive and the Federal Communications Commission will fine the radio station if they do use offensive language. This is the Federal Communications Commission's

  • My Experience At My Family

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    Ah Shit! 5:30! I’m not ready to get out of bed… It’s too early to get up, and my race doesn’t start till 11:30. I should get on the shower so I can wake up, but I’m not ready to have my last race of my high school career. In the shower, I began to panic about how life was moving too fast, and I told myself to calm down. I got out of the shower ran to my room and began gathering my clothes that I needed. I out my clothes on and my mom yells out “Marcus!! What do you want for breakfast!?” she said