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“I’m With The ‘In’ Crowd” (Overview of the Episode)

June 6, 2019

The prejudice, bias and overt stereotyping of the African Americans in modern television sitcoms is evident. However, no one would have presumed that with the introduction of the television in 1939, there would be an extended oppression of the Black Americans. The results of television advent do not come as a surprise because the African […]

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Social Media And Society

April 10, 2019

Social media has emerged as one of the widely used communication platforms across the world. It entails certain social networking sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Blogging and Pinterest among others. Emergence of social media raises a critical research question: what are the impact and implications of social media on society? The question is fundamental […]

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Arab Media and Globalization Effect

April 4, 2019

The Middle East media have changed considerably over the last decades. Prior to the introduction of satellite broadcasting, internet and liberal press, the Arab world and society had the evident state control and highly limited censorship. However, the new technologies made a ground for further development of the Arab society, especially the public affairs. The […]

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Migration of people to the United States of America in the 1900’s

March 19, 2019

Japanese Baseball in Santa Barbara Baseball helped the Japanese to divert their attention from the injustices and discriminatory treatment which they received from the Native Americans. They were able to merge their bi-cultural nature and retrieve maximum benefit from it, that is, borrow the good cultural practices of the Americans to make their inhabitation in […]

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Inter-Ethnic Marriages Essay

February 19, 2019

The modern world is a place, where there are almost no territorial boundaries or limits. Globalization allows permanent displacement of a large number of people in foreign countries who are trying to find happiness, outside of their home countries. The number of mixed marriages, as the statistics show, is growing every day. “Marriage between people […]

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Role of New Media

February 14, 2019

The society we live in is referred to as an “information society” (a post-industrial society). This definition seems to be very appropriate as the information has become a product, a currency and the most valuable resource. It permeates all spheres of the social life in different countries separately and on the international level. The information […]

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The American Popular Culture

January 16, 2019

Popular culture refers to sports, music, and other forms of entertainment. It is disseminated across different forms of mass communication, such as magazines, newspapers, televisions, radio, movies, cheap novels and books, music, cartoons and comics, as well as advertising. It is different from the high cultural art forms, including traditional theater and literature, opera, as […]

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How Does Social Media Affect Human Relationships

December 18, 2018

Social media can either affect relationships in a positive or negative way. This is is because different policies in social media and standards can either be for humanity progression or social destructive purposes. Technology advancement has led to the development of social media usage as well as information media to the use on the internet, […]

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Feminist Theory-History of Woman’s Suffrage

November 7, 2018

The topic of women suffrage has interested many writers and researchers due to its broadness and the mixed reactions it elicits. Many authors, including Jennifer Borda and Ann Gordon, have focused on the concept of progress due to the traditional societal and political set-ups to the current world. Some of the researchers claim that struggle […]

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Obesity a Growing Epidemic in America

November 7, 2018

The rates of obesity or overweight people in developed countries have risen radically since 1980. Statistics designate that approximately each fourth person has obesity problem proved by medical professionals in the United States. Over the past three decades, numerous countries aside from the United States have also been faced with a substantial increase in rates […]

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