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"There is no substitute for genuine lack of preparation!" - Whatever

Essays for Art: Tv

  1. Amusing Ourselves to Death
    I have just read Postman's Amusing Ourselves to Death. Postman states that the age of typography has been replaced by the age of television. This has changed the way we look at the world and the way we think, which in turn has almost made us less...
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  2. How the Simpsons Affects Kids
    The Simpsons is one of Americas most popular television shows. It ranks as the <br /> number one television program for viewers under eighteen years of age. However, the <br /> ideals that The Simpsons conveys are not always wholesome...
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  3. Lucille Ball
    Lucille Ball was the most loved television comedienne of her time. She was an American icon and is considered the first lady of television. With her strong work ethic and her determination, Lucille not only changed the face of television, she also...
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  4. Lucille Ball: the World's Greatest Actress
    Just mention Lucy, and everyone knows who you're talking about. Lucille Ball is without a doubt the world's greatest actress and the most famous redhead. She is remembered most for her famous TV character, Lucy Ricardo, but there was more to her...
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  5. Mcluhan
    Author and social theorist Tom Wolfe once commented on Canadian professor Marshal McLuhan’s mantra, “the medium is the message” saying: <br /> The new technologies…radically alter the entire way people use their five senses, the way they...
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  6. The Simpsons
    Matt Groening is the creator of The Simpson's and Life in Hell. He had a disappointing career in Los Angeles which all came to an end with the unexpected success of his Life in Hell comic strip. It was Life in Hell that attracted the attention of...
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  7. Too Much Tv?
    Many teens go home after school and sit down in front of the television, computer, or game system. When people get bored things can get ugly. <br /> Each hour in front of the TV increased a child\'s chances of attention deficit disorder by 10...
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  8. Tv and Their Effects on Kids
    On September 11, 2001, the World Trade Center crumbles to the ground, billions of people watch on their television sets, many of them children. As the children sit around with their parents they see planes crashing into buildings, innocent civilians...
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  9. Violence in the Media
    As I sit down in front of my TV and start clicking through the channels it occurs to me that on every other station there is some form of violence portrayed. I can’t help think that in our lives today we seem to revolve around violence. Whether...
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