• Sums Of Money Paparazzi Laws Bill
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    The paparazzi - a fusion of the Italian words papatacci, meaning gnat and razz i meaning the popping of flashbulbs. It is also known as aggressive photography. The word paparazzo was coined by Federico Fellini, the name he gave to a prying society cameraman in his 1959 film "La Dolce Vita." Paparazzi photographers are fueled by large sums of money offered by the tabloid press. They try to catch the rich and famous in unflattering situations. The new breed of journalism grew by leaps and bounds a...
  • Princess Diana And Voyeurism
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    Perhaps the best way to think of it is as a war. On one side are the Hollywood stars with their armies of agents, managers, lawyers, publicists, handlers, personal assistants and, of course, bodyguards. And on the other side are the paparazzi - guerrilla warriors armed with cameras, whose job it is to break through the stars' defenses, steal small parts of their souls and sell them to the highest bidder. The lengths to which paparazzi will go to get "the shot" are legendary - hiding out in trees...
  • The Paparazzi Princess Diana
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    The Paparazzi Joe hit it big; his music single hit number one on the Billboard and he's signed deals with Virgin Records. His time has come to be bombarded with riches, bathed in fame, and stalked. Where stalking is referring to being hounded day and night by those whose job is to be indecent and bothersome. The aptly named "stalkerazzi" are to blame. Their career rewards them millions for a single piece of paper that shines these four words; tabloid, scandal, money and gossip. This group of Vi...
  • Paparazzi Rights First Amendment
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    Does the Paparazzi threaten First Amendment Rights and Privacy The question of paparazzi threatening privacy and First Amendment rights is often to situational to argue in a conventional manner, but certainly there are many facets of the issue which can be addressed in a quite straightforward manner. Celebrities who feel they have the right to privacy in public places often muddy the waters of this issue. Oddly enough, those celebrities who have chosen to speak out against what they feel are vio...
  • Should There Be A Law Against Paparazzi
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    How about creating a law against the use of telephoto lens and parabolic listening devices? How about creating a new crime-One that will penalize those persisting and persuading photographers, the Paparazzi also known to celebrities as stalkarazzi who follow the rich and famous for the thousand dollars snapshot that reveals some special, intimate moment or an embarrassing one. Should there be a law rebuking such act? Should there be strict laws preventing press photographers (paparazzi) from pur...
  • The Paparazzi And The Legislate
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    The paparazzi - a fusion of the Italian words, meaning gnat and razz i meaning the popping of flashbulbs. It is also known as aggressive photography. The word paparazzo was coined by Federico Fellini, the name he gave to a prying society cameraman in his 1959 film 'La Dolce Vita'. Paparazzi photographers are fueled by large sums of money offered by the tabloid press. They try to catch the rich and famous in unflattering situations. The new breed of journalism grew by leaps and bounds after the W...
  • Aggressive Media Violation Of Privacy Princess Dianas Death
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    Aggressive Media Violation of Privacy and its Consequences Paparazzi and Their Contribution to Princess Dianas Death It was only last August that the familiar world of U. S. evening television programming was interrupted by a terse bulletin, stating only Princess Diana of Wales had been injured in an auto accident in France. However, moments after the first bulletin, a second news flash interrupted, ominous in the complete lack of details, gravely stating that an update on the Princess Dianas co...
  • Do Public Figures Have The Right To Privacy
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    This is a very well documented debate, especially after the tragic death of the Princess of Wales. I feel that there is no right and wrong answer. People and the press have to look at individual circumstances and decide whether it is relevant to a high enough degree to pry into other people's lives The death of Princess Diana was a prime example. It was an ironic tragedy as well as extremely unfortunate because the most photographed women in the world, and probably the most well known was killed...
  • Paparazzi In Thailand Thai Media
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    PAPARAZZI; COULD IT BE SEEN ONE DAY IN THAILAND? Introduction The paparazzi are photographers who will certainly do anything to achieve their aim, gaining the profit from the photos of famous people and their families. They sell the photos to tabloids or anyone else who is willing to pay them a high price. ( Thesis Statement) This report will discuss and examine an opportunity of whether paparazzi could be seen one day in Thailand. Firstly, it will remind us the significant power of media in the...
  • Paparazzi Celebrities And The Media
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    Our society is obsessed with celebrities. This obsession has turned what most photojournalist would consider off limits and into photojournalists who are maniacs, paparazzi. The word paparazzi, comes from the word "paparazzo", which is Italian for annoying insect. Paparazzi are self-employed freelance photographers who sell their pictures for large amounts of money. These photographers have no respect for the moral and ethical values in photography, and they have earned this title. Some photogra...
  • Do Celebrities Have The Right To Normal Privacy
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    Monica Blackmon English 102 27 September 2002 Do Celebrities Have The Right To Normal Privacy? Hollywood is the home of glitz, glamour and larger than life movie stars. The life of a celebrity seems pretty great from the million dollar homes to the designer clothing. But there is a price of fame that these celebrities endure? Celebrities know how to use the press to their advantage but the celebrity / media is known to have a rocky relationship. Furthermore, the relationship becomes tainted when...
  • Why Was Princess Diana So Loved
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    Since the Passing of the late Princess Diana in August 1997, I have watched the peoples responses throughout the world. Both grief, for the loss of princess Diana, and anger, towards the paparazzi. We label them "the killers of our princess" but yet we still are guilty of a crime. Even after our Lady Diana's death, tributes and other magazines are still flying of the shelves with waiting lists for many that have not come out. We are still funding the Media, whether they are credible or not, they...