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  • The Drama of the Clinton Sex Scandal Essay

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    The Drama of the Clinton Sex Scandal Rare is a person that crosses the path of the White House without some emotion of envy or awe. This building epitomizes world leadership and unprecedented power. This renowned leadership may be the only association made by certain countries, while in the United States many see an other significance: Watergate, Whitewater, Kennedy's brutal and mysterious assassination, and today, Clinton's "zippergate" scandal. When the President of the United States takes oath

  • Gay Sex Scandals Involving Politicians

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    There have also been several gay sex scandals involving politicians with consistently homophobic voting records. One former California State Representative, Roy Ashburn, was arrested for DUI with another man who accompanied him after leaving a gay bar. Ashburn had actively opposed various homosexual rights issues and even organized a rally against same sex marriage. Obviously, he was confronted about his lengthy anti-gay voting record afterward and he deflected that criticism by noting that those

  • The Rhetoric of an Apology: The Bill Clinton Sex Scandal Essay

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    The Rhetoric of an Apology: The Clinton Sex Scandal "I ask that all Americans demonstrate in their personal and public lives... the high ethical standards that are essential to good character and to the continued success of our Nation." On August 17, 1998, exactly one year after making the statement above, President Bill Clinton prepared to deliver a speech concerning a scandal that had gripped the nation for months. It is needless to say that this was an important moment during the

  • Catholic Church Sex Abuse Scandal

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    continuing to surface into the media. These reports have been dealt with internally by the church rather than civil authorities. In addition, the church has also been covering up many of the reports, paying over two billion dollars to prevent the scandal from being “leaked” into the public. A letter from the Vatican written in 1997 expressed “serious reservations” about reporting priests that were suspected of sexual abuse. The church has been hiding reports and avoiding suspicion by not acting guilty

  • Example Of Youtube Scandal

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    section of the paper two examples of the YouTube scandals will be presented and discussed. The first case study will demonstrate the good example of the YouTube scandal related to the ghostwriting and its following spreading over the traditional and social media. The second example will demonstrate the implication of the atonement model and the sense of the public apology after the scandal. 3.1. YouTube Scandal 1 3.1.1. Outline of the scandal In November 2014, Zoe Sugg, user name Zoella,

  • Analysis Of Billy Joel 's Hit Song ' We Didn 't Start The Fire '

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    society’s issues and interests haven’t changed much. Political scandals, the race to space, pop culture, and best-selling novels; all crucial to the shaping of our society. Even though the 60’s and today’s world are decades apart, there are many similarities between society then and society now that suggest the more things change, the more they stay the same. Since the first person rose to fame, the public has been obsessed with celebrity scandals. That’s why when a politician is surrounded amongst accusations

  • Primary Deviance And Secondary Deviance

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    theory may aid in predicting and preventing teacher sex scandals. With female teachers and considering the rational choice and labeling theories, there are some links within. For the labeling theory, as mentioned above, there are two parts: the primary deviance and secondary deviance. Primary deviance where one labels within self, secondary, where ones position is labeled by the public. Many people here of female teacher, male student sex scandals in the media; while these events, although tragic,

  • Watergate Scandal Analysis

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    Presidential scandals have occurred is this country dating all the way back to George Washington. However, not all scandals receive the utmost attention or are even remembered by the public. Watergate shined a bright light on the corruption and paranoia of Nixon, yet I do not believe it was the worst presidential scandal it just received the most attention from the media. There are countless numbers of scandals that measure up to the wrath of Watergate streaming from sex scandals, illegitimate children

  • Lets Keep Personal, Personal: Scandal´s of Bill Clinton and John F. Kennedy

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    America loves a scandal. After all, what do most people think of when this question is brought up: What does Bill Clinton and John F. Kennedy have in common, besides the fact that they were both Presidents of The United States of America? They are men who excelled in their job yet both had a blemish on their previously near perfect reputation that society viewed as a letdown. Both men had scandals that involved women; Monica Lewinsky and Marilyn Monroe. I strongly believe that society judging the

  • The Effects Of Media On People 's Lives

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    way to get the word out. But if one wanted to keep something they were doing a secret, the media would negatively affect them because it could imply the wrong messages and then ruin one’s reputation. The media has a very creative way of portraying scandals and catching people while they are in the act. The media rarely focuses on an individual being joyous and successful but more so on one’s failures and mistakes. With the current more somber and "responsible" approach often comes a bowdlerized view of