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    trashiest show on television?" I wouldn't doubt that the majority of the population would agree that it was The Jerry Springer Show. The show deals with people and there issues in the way like many other self-help shows do, for example Oprah or Dr. Phil, but the issues that are dealt with are quite different. Although one may argue that the people on The Jerry Springer Show are simply freaks, a sociologist would say that the issues on the show are dysfunctions of society and this show is an outlet

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    because it allowed people to see other people’s story, so they might want to share their own. Which could lead to a better understanding of the different characters in the country. The second text that I analyzed was an episode from The Jerry Springer Show, where the audience is anyone who might enjoy and encourage violence. I believe that the

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    “The Jerry Springer Show” and Nikki S. Lee’s photo album, Champaign and Nikki S. Lee. Champaign was featured in an episode of “The Jerry Springer Show” where people came out as trans to their partners. Champaign was a women that was born a man and was coming out to her boyfriend, Andre, whom she only talked on the phone and was meeting for the first time. Nikki S. Lee is a photographer who is featured in an online photo album she created. The audiences, from “The Jerry Springer Show” to the people

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    company because their product has "caused" harm to a person is not a solution because all it does is put a little amount of cash into your pocket. A credible example is the music, popular culture, and media; particularly the Jerry Springer Show. The Jerry Springer Show influences violence in an obvious manner, they allow fights to spark and spread like a wildfire without any ways to extinguish it, therefore people are always getting harmed. However through this whole thing, citizens who star on an

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    like that. Look at the Jerry Springer Show. It is a cultural icon for college students everywhere. It's the allure of crazy people and wild stories that attract people to watch it. He has become forever an American figure and will always be associated when some one brings up a story about a fight and they then say "hey you remember that Springer Show?" This show represents the corrupt side of society, which we do not see on a normal daily basis, except for on the show. It is typical American culture

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    The Secret Of The Truth

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    “So if all of what you’re saying is true; that you’re not who we think you are. Then why would our superiors put us on the case? When they know there’s potential for us to uncover that secret? The secret that you maintain is the truth.” Cander propositions. “It’s all appearance. All an act,” Jason answers with a bit of anxious excitement in his voice. “They pretend like they want people to keep living. They pretend like they care what happens in the Pines. We are just spokes in the wheel, living

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    novel as Eva always makes sure the fire is stoked and does gardening. This also changes towards the end of the novel when Nell is needed to take over these things when Eva is pregnant, such as using the rifle to kill a wild pig for food. Both girls show compassion towards each other, but it is Nell that needs or craves this fellowship and interest of other people. She tries to become friendly with the girls in the Redwood town with no success, but when she realises that she cant really be apart of

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    Persuasive Speech

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    “!!HELP!!” “!!HELP!!” Hugo cried in his elderly voice. No one could hear us, there was no way that anyone would help. “!!ETHAN!! GET US OUT OF HERE!” yelled Hugo. “Grandpa there's no way out.” I replied in a frantic tone. “Wait I hear footsteps!” I shouted quickly. Two Weeks Prior I frantically flipped through static of the radio. My large hands made it difficult to navigate through the small screen presented on the tablet. In the static of the radio I could make out most of the words. “In a

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    American culture encompasses many things—football, TV shows like The Walking Dead, food festivals (like our more local Wine and Cheese Festival), and Marvel movies, to name a few. But one of the more enduring, less intelligent and far more scandalous components of our culture is—reality television. Namely shows like Jerry Springer, Maury, and even some of the court TV shows like Judge Judy and The People’s Court. Shows like these take on the same role in our culture that wrestling did in French

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    the television producers have created television show

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