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FOX Network

The FOX Network premiered a new television show in September, 2013. Sleepy Hollow is a science fiction drama based on the legend of the same name about a headless horseman who cuts of the heads of people while his remains in the possession of the person controlling him. While this...

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Criminal Profiling

The television show Criminal Minds, the book Journey into Darkness, and the film The Silence of the Lambs exhibit instances of criminal profiling. Criminal Minds is a television show created and produced by Jeff Davis alongside other producers such as Mark Gordon, Edward Allen Bernero, Deborah Spera, Chris Mundy, Simon...

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Class Dismissed: How TV Frames the Working Class

In the video clip, the unlike ways of the role of the television are presented. People are most likely to perceive the television as the way for one’s entertainment, yet there are some other ways that television provides. In the film, directed in 2005 by Pepi Lestyna from the University...

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Communications Theory

Cultivation Analysis and Spiral of Silence theory are both instrumental in understanding the effects that mass media has in contemporary society. Both demonstrate how television is so pervasive and instructive to society in how to think and act in a unified, dominant culture. Cultivation Analysis is based primarily off the...

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Electromagnetism: How the TV Works

We often underestimate the role of science in everyday life. Yet, we consume products that were developed in the course of technological inventions and their further improvements. One of such scientific achievements is the TV. The offered video clip explains what an electromagnetism is and how it influences the work...

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Cheney’s Law

"Cheney's Law" is an episode of the PBS news program, Frontline, that explores Dick Cheney's fight for broad and unfettered presidential powers. Other resources are also available on the website, including extended interviews and documents that were mentioned in the documentary. Themes in the program included Cheney's unitary vision of...

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Analysis of Shark Tank Season 5 Episode 25

The Season 5, Episode 25 of the Shark Tank series included four product pitches by entrepreneurial businesses. The first product pitch was by iLumi Solutions, who introduced their version of a smart light bulb. The LSD light bulbs are intelligent and tunable, working on wireless control through a downloadble mobile...

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Pop Culture Analysis

Peter Senge once said, “The neglected leadership role is the designer of the ship” (Senge 1998). I interpreted this quote to mean that the leader of any organization possesses the ability to pave the pathway for the subordinates of an organization. This idea can be viewed with two perspectives. An...

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A Brief Analysis of Pretty Little Liars: “Tick-Tock B*tches” (Season 7 Episode 1)

The first episode of the seventh season of the popular ABC Family drama Pretty Little Liars provides an interesting opportunity to explore the program’s popularity. The episode, “Tick-Tock, B*tches,” follows a group of young adult sleuths who are tasked with uncovering the identity of a murderer in order to free...

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The Bad Effect of T.V. In Children

Abstract This essay will explore the good and the bad effects of television on children. Various sources will be relied on. There have been two diverse arguments on this particular subject. One divide of the scholars have brought forth an argument that children need to watch television because television serves...

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Depiction of Bloody Scenes on Television

Turn on a television at any point during the night on an average American Tuesday, and one will see some particularly disturbing scenes. American mass media has changed significantly over the last few decades, and the standards for what is appropriate and what is not have changed at the same...

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House of Cards Review

In this movie CNBC investigates what caused the 2007 financial crisis. They do this by examining the roles played by financial institutions. Emphasis is being laid on the role mortgage lenders and Wall Street financiers played on the disaster. The main characters in this movie are David Faber, Barbara Dunkley,...

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TV Violence

An article entitled “Early Exposure to TV Violence Predicts Aggression in Adulthood” talks about a longitudinal study that was conducted on 329 participants to determine if viewing violent television at a young age increases the chances that they will become aggressive adults. The children in the study came from various...

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Teamwork in Film and Television Production

Teamwork plays an essential role in film and television production, and often the quality of the film or television program being produced relies on the ability of the production team to work together. This industry requires teamwork because there are numerous different roles and tasks that people must fulfill, all...

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“Religion and Spirituality Always Changing”—CBS News

The video on CBS News claims that religion and spirituality is always changing. As a part of this report, it claims that religion and spirituality change according to the context. In other words, religious and spiritual practices and expressions adapt to the surrounding environment; the situation shapes the phenomena. My...

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Mass Media and Audiences

Mass media culture has some interesting sociological patterns that seem to reflect each new generation that it serves. While each mass media technology has had its share of detractors in the beginning, after a few years there will be a gradual social approval of its benefits as larger audiences begin...

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Does Mainstream Media Have a Duty to Challenge Gender Stereotypes?

Ever since the first half of the 20th century, up-and-coming forms of medium have given many talented individuals the opportunity to showcase their abilities through pop culture and the media. From around the 1940’s to present day, the word “media” can refer to a very broad range of entertainment such...

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Television as Valuable Entertainment

Since the 1960s and 70s, having a television in the home has become a mainstay of American culture and for families. Television provides a great source of entertainment for people of all ages, but it has been questioned as to whether its entertainment can be actually valuable to viewers. Television...

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Television: Response to Discussion Post

William has explained the gradual development of the television from the miniature 12-inch to the current sleek and large gadgets, which have incorporated advanced and sophisticated technology. Apart from the technological transformation of television, William has also explained the revolutionary changes that have ensued in shaping alternative views of the...

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The Influence of Popular Television Programming on Students

There are various speculations on the role the media has had in influencing the perception of the students in course selection, majors and in determining their career paths. Several types of research have been conducted to determine how media, and especially the television programming, have influenced the student perception. It...

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