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Marshall McLuhan & the Internet as Global Village
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It can be argued that author Marshall McLuhan was a man before his times, and his social perspectives on the emerging trends in technological development and man's interactions with the media were considered copious at best when he developed his premises in the early 1960s. But the transformation of the world through the integration of the media and technology and the emergence of the Internet as the foremost component of the global community underscores the primary arguments that McLuhan developed. This 6 page paper considers the major premises of McLuhan and then reflects the nature of current society and the impacts of McLuhan's early predictions. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: Mcluhan2.wps

Major Issues Regarding Race, Sexual Violence, Religion, andCorporate Control of the Media
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This 10 page report discusses five separate issues : the social construction of race; sexual violence against women as well as the marginalization of those with “alternative” lifestyles; what religion is; the role of religion in the conflict between Tibet-China and Israel-Palestine; and, the corporate domination of the media. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: BWmajor.doc

Documentary Television
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3 pages in length. Documentary television is instrumental in providing insightful and extraordinarily entertaining accounts of both an historical and personal nature. It has been the connection between civilization past and present, utilizing actual and imagined events as a means by which to convey myriad emotions, facts and sometimes just pure anecdotal remembrances. When one studies the various aspects of documentary television, several key elements come to mind with regard to the way any given series might be compiled and broadcast. The writer discusses the concepts of pro-filmic and pro-filmic convention, narrative versus fiction, subjects versus characters; and mythic versus mimetic narratives. No bibliography.
Filename: TLCdocu.doc

History of Cable Television
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Brief 3 page history of cable television. Covers litigation and arising issues. Includes short outline (No additional charge). Bibliography contains 3 sources.
Filename: Cabletv.wps

How Television Has Changed The Game Of Baseball
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6 pages in length. Baseball and television have had a rocky but financially rewarding union. The writer addresses various pros and cons of televised baseball, particularly with respect to the ever-increasing status of player salaries, and discusses aspects of the game that have come into existence specifically through the inclusion of television.
Filename: Baseb.wps

Is Graphic Television Violence Desensitizing?
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A two page look at this question in the light of remarks made by Vietnamese nun Chan Khong, who argues that American news broadcasts made Vietnamese suffering look like a performance. The paper concludes that graphic violence on television should be toned down in primetime crime shows, and reserved for the news where it is warranted. No additional sources.
Filename: KBkhong.wps

Media Violence
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Violence as portrayed by the television, film, and music industries is discussed in this 25 page paper. Actual cases of copycat crimes are noted in addition to a section devoted to the effects of music videos. A discussion on video games is also included. Solutions to the problem are provided, including a discussion on the new V-chip technology and the new television rating system. The paper is replete with references to the latest studies on media violence. Bibliography lists 23 sources.
Filename: Violmed.doc

Popular Culture / Sexuality In Prime Time Television
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5 pages in length. Sex sells big, and television executives are the first to cash in on the potential draw of prime time television sexual content. However, there exist underlying considerations of this popular culture with regard to the negative side that such entertainment produces, from degenerating morals to low self-image. The writer identifies how prime time sexuality has negatively affected society, demonstrates how other journalists have reported on the issue, proposes a study and discusses its outcome. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Popsex.wps

Positive Effects of Television on Young Children
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In 5 pages, the author discusses the positive effects of television on young children. Television has effects on children that are positive. Many young children have lived through watching television and they turned out just fine. After all, there are many excellent programs on this cultural medium. From 'Sesame Street' on PBS, to the Disney Channel, to 'Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood,' to the programs on the Nickelodeon network, many programs have been developed with youngsters in mind. This has resulted in effects of a positive nature. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: PCpostv.doc

Saving 'Free' Broadcast Television
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An 11 page report proposing some fixes for the 'fix' network television finds itself now facing. For years, broadcast TV has paid little attention to the desires of the viewers, even as they leave in droves for cable channels and satellite TV. Now there is talk of the major sports organizations' governing bodies to abandon network TV in favor of a pay-per-view approach to raking in the money. The ultimate effect of such a move, however, would be to limit fan accessibility to the organized games. Baseball attendance still has not regained the ground lost during the baseball strike, and further exhibits of lack of loyalty to the fans could do irreparable damage to the fortunes of big-business sports, a fact that network executives need to point out to the powers that be. FREE appendix included ! Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Freetv.wps

Sex & The Mass Media: The Sixties Vs. The Nineties
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A 10 page paper on the change in attitudes and policy regarding sex in TV and movies from the beginning of the sixties to the middle of the nineties. It concludes that since television followed movies in becoming more 'sexually free,' perhaps the 'kinder, gentler' love story the movies have focused on of late presages a change for television as well. Bibliography lists six sources.
Filename: Sexmedia.wps

Television & Media Violence
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In this insightful 7 page essay, the writer argues that Television violence and its influence have grown to epidemic proportions and that it is our responsibility to effect change so that future generations can lead more socially healthy lives. Research from a number of excellent authorities is provided to support these ideas and the apparent attraction between children and violence is analyzed. Recommendations are included. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: Mediavio.wps

Television & People's Viewing Habits -- Research In Communications Theory
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A 12 page research paper examining reasons why people watch television. The writer believes that those of us who watch more television do so with less reason. Similarly, those who watch less television do so with more reason. Primary research and the results of the writer's own small-scale survey (FREE copy of survey included) are incorporated into the discussion and the original hypothesis is validated. Communication theories such as the uses & gratifications approach are utilized to explain this phenomenon. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Televisn.wps

Television and the Decline of the Family Unit
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A 5 page paper that discusses how the common use of the television has, for the most part, pulled many families further apart. Television has become a very regular part of our society and more importantly, of our family life. We prefer to sit and watch television, whether together or alone, than to sit and talk with our family. While this makes us more enlightened about the world and perhaps about society, it does little to teach us about ourselves and our family. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: RAtelev.wps


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