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  • Star Trek Future

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    prove to resemble more of our society when analyzing the societies and advancements created in these films. All the sights, sounds, characters and narrative details in Star Trek (2009) portray a conservative and liberal perspective towards a future society, where other movies in this genre mainly stick

  • The Star Trek Phenomenon

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    History of TV Star Trek The phenomenon that is Star Trek began on September 8, 1966 on NBC. From that night on, America would forever be different. At a point in time where the cowboys were falling from the small screen and science fiction was on the rise. However, there has and never been and will never another be a program as well known as Star Trek. The first time the show aired, it only saw 3 years before NBC canceled the show, and almost 20 years went past before it re-aired in its new

  • Star Wars vs. Star Trek Essay

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    Thesis: Star Trek and Star Wars each posses similar and different general concepts, themes, and motives. Outline I. Technology A. Star wars 1. Weapons 2. Ships B Star Trek 1. Weapons 2. Ships II. Characters A. Star Wars Sean McGrann Enr. English II Compare/Contrast Essay 3/6/00 Star Wars vs. Star Trek Throughout the past two decades, two science fiction cult classics have rivaled each other. Both have strong followings of loyal fans that

  • Star Trek Racism

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    Natalie Ertz English 2100 Star Trek and Racism Star Trek is one of the most successful and lasting entertainment franchises of all time. While it takes place in a futuristic society, the series explores issues that were widespread in the time of it’s making. This includes one of the most prevalent issues of our time: racism. Thanks to the, at the time, radical philosophy of Gene Roddenberry, the show attracted a large audience. The adventurous and utopian society made many people hope for a future

  • Star Trek & Gender Sterotypes Essay

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    The Star Trek television series was truly a groundbreaking show not just for its plot lines and ideological messages, but also for its revolutionary cast. Two of the main actors were Jewish, one main actor was a gay Asian, and of course, one was a black woman. Uhura was one of the first main black characters on a television show – and of course, her kiss with Kirk was the first interracial kiss ever on television. For a show in the 1960s, Star Trek broke many barriers across religious, racial, but

  • Movie Review : Star Trek

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    Star Trek has been around for many decades and is a story that has taken many media forms over the course of its lifetime. Beginning as a television show in 1966, Star Trek swept through the nation and evolved into one of the most famous shows of all time. The franchise that is Star Trek, and as revolutionary as it was, dropped in the ratings and was canceled as all shows eventually are. That is however, until 2009 when director J.J. Abrams, decided to reboot the franchise with the new, action packed

  • A Comparison Between Star Trek And Star Wars

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    fictional space travel. Of the numerous cosmic entertainment franchises, Star Trek and Star Wars undoubtedly claim the title of the two most successful, and with great power comes great controversy. As long as the two franchises have existed, Star Trek and Star Wars have sparked some of the most intense conflicts that could possibly occur between nerds. With lightsabers in hand and phasers set to stun, Star Wars and Star Trek ignite battles at the box office, with critics and among super fans to ultimately

  • The Themes And Differences Of Star Wars And Star Trek

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    Star Wars and Star Trek are both a part of the science fiction genre and are about space exploration. They both take place in the far reaches of the galaxies, on unique planets with imaginative and distinct species. In both series the planets are united in some way, Star Trek has The United Federation of Planets and Star Wars has the Galactic Empire. They both have a ship that they are famous for, Star Wars has the Millennium Falcon and the Death Star while Star Trek has the USS Enterprise. Each

  • An Owner 's Manual For My Trek Bicycle

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    owner’s manual, to a journal article, to blogs in which case, I’m choosing an owner’s manual for my TREK bicycle. One of the nicest features of this manual that distinguishes it from many other owner’s manual is the fact that it provides not only a hardcopy of the manual but also a compact disc (CD). On the CD, the customer has the ability to get a translated version of the manual. When I bought the bike, TREK authorized dealer, provided me with a physical copy which was solidly in English which is not

  • My Favorite Incarnation Of Star Trek

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    always been drawn to hero quests. One of my favorites is Star Trek, though it isn’t a typical hero quest. The stories of each incarnation of Star Trek are thought provoking explorations of the human psyche on both societal and individual levels, often taking on contemporary social issues and setting them in the future with aliens playing the part of the good guys almost as often as they are the villains. My favorite incarnation of Star Trek is the original series, filmed in the late 1960s. The hero