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  • Comparing Cosmogirl and Cosmopolitan Essay

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    Comparing Cosmogirl and Cosmopolitan A comparison between "Cosmogirl" and "Cosmopolitan". Two successful magazines. One woman's' and one teenage. Would you read the same magazines as your daughter? Would you expect the contents in a magazine aimed at women to be diversely different from a magazine aimed at teenagers? I think that because teenagers are at very different stages of their lives to adults and therefore have different concerns, issues and perspectives

  • Essay about The Aesthetics of Pop Music

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    the room singing into the hairbrush. This is the pleasure principal of pop music. Whether accredited to innocence or ignorance, a unreconciled naivety has survived this culture since its inception. They’re everywhere. We cannot escape the wrath of teen pop bands, you can love ‘em or hate ‘em, but they are a representation of an ever changing culture.

  • The Cross And The Switchblade By David Wilkerson

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    With that said, The Cross and the Switchblade 's thesis statement is that the Holy Spirit is in charge. David Wilkerson, a country preacher from Pennsylvania, is the founder of Teen Challenge. This organization started in 1958 and still runs today as a ministry to save those with habits that are life controlling. Teen Challenge has become one of the most effective ways to reach out to teenagers and young adults who are dealing with issues related to gangs, drugs, and alcohol. However, the road

  • Female Supers Essay

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    There is no secret that the demand for female #superheroes is on the rise. From #WonderWoman’s success at the box office (We love you, #PattyJenkins!) to the upcoming #Batgirl, fans are coming out in force. Even before WonderWoman, #YoungJustice helped to launch female supers into a male dominated world. Young Justice evenly uses its male and female characters. Within the first season of the show, there are only two main female heroes. During Season 2, additional female characters were added

  • High School Confidential : Notes On Teen Movies By David Denby

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    The author of the essay “High-School Confidential: Notes on Teen Movies,” David Denby, purpose was to explain the stereotypical high school movie genre. Most teen movies follow certain criteria that some may feel has little reflection on what high school is truly like while others may feel these movies are exactly what high school is like. In typical teen movies, there are usually the cool kids, the popular cheerleader with the jock boyfriend, and that outsider nerd or outcast. Where that cool kids

  • Teen Identity

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    The teen film genre aims to shatter the construct or provide moments of self-discovery to symbolize how teens react against the adult world and struggles within society. At the end of the film the high school a voiceover of Brian reading out a letter written by him to Mr Vernon, the teacher, effectively embodies the teen process of finding their identity: You see us as you want to see us -- in the simplest terms, in the most convenient definitions: a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess,

  • Teenage Culture And The Normalization Of A Teenage Society

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    Being a teenager isn’t easy. At no point in history has being a teenager ever been easy. Since the moment you turn thirteen, you are plunged into a world where your thoughts are plagued and your emotions trap you. Teenage culture has become the normalization of peer pressure, drug and alcohol abuse, bullying, cliques, etc. Teenagers are the ones who decide who and what is cool or not. Teenagers create the social boundaries and characteristics that every generation has come to know. They are the control

  • Peer Pressure In Teenage Movies

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    with. Because this is such a pertinent issue, movies are made based on these problems. This is the teen genre. Movies from this genre are from a teenagers point of view so they can relate to them. Heathers is a dark teen movie where the bullies are killed off in an attempt to clean out the school. Peer pressure and bullying are a necessary part of the teen genre because of how big a part it takes in teen society. Almost every film genre is based around groups of people who exist in real life. People

  • Representation of Sexuality in Tv - Skins

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    regards to sexuality and this forms a basis for analysis and evaluation. Skins also focuses upon Teenage sexuality, specifically, which I believe is a broad and interesting subject to analyse with many opportunities to elaborate. Skins is a British teen drama, which was aired on Channel 4 on terrestrial television and E4 on digital television. It has had 2 seasons consisting of 19 episodes altogether. Skins

  • The Life Of A Volunteer Job

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    Barry 's POV As I woke up from my all night food coma I woke up in my armor and decided to wear a simple jogging outfit consisting of a wife beater and some dark sweat pants. As I ran I pondered what I should do in this universe. I ran a couple miles until I ran past a hospital next to a retirement home. "Smart move there." I backtracked remembering how my father was a docter and how I always loved helping people. I made up my mind as I chose to enter the retirement home first to apply for