• Violence In Video Games
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    Violence in Video Games Why do kids want to see the violence in video games? Why do parents let them see the violence? Why do companies make these violent games? Why are some of the most popular video games violent ones? What are some of the ratings that are supposed to protect kids? Today kids seem to prefer games that have blood or violence in them. Most games, other than sports games, are violent games. There are even games that are based on military action or wars. In these military games th...
  • Wrestling Today Professional Ratings Nature
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    The world of professional wrestling has recently gone through changes. In the eighties, professional wrestling came into the mainstream as sports entertainment. Back then, it was good guy vs. bad guy. The fans knew to cheer for and, likewise, they knew who to jeer for. As the nineties came along, the scenario underwent some changes. No longer was the drama of wrestling so plain and clear. Nowadays, there are shades of gray where each superstar has his good points, as well as his bad ones. In ad...
  • Film History Korean Films Korea
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    A Short History of Korean Film 1903-1945: Korea Under Japanese Rule 1903 -- First public screening of a film in Korea. 1910 -- Korea is formally annexed by Japan. 1919 -- First film, a kino drama (play with motion picture inserts) named Uirijeok Guru. 1923 -- First silent film, Plighted Love Under the Moon directed by Yun Back-nam. 1926 -- Ari rang by Na Un-Kyu. 1935 -- First sound film, Ch'-jon directed by Lee Myung-woo. 1937 -- Japan invades China; the Korean film industry is converted into a...
  • Can You Believe T V Ratings
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    "Can You Believe T. V. Ratings" I personally believe that TV rating systems are not as a curate as they could be in this day and age. Rating systems in general have been around for quite awhile now. The first rating systems began with radio programs that would call random people and would ask if they had been listening to a certain station at a certain time or what radio station they were listening to at the time of the call. After capturing ratings by phoning peopl eur there came personal inter...
  • Rights Fees In Sport
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    The steadfast rule when it comes to sports and rights fees is that it's the business of entertainment. The dollars are going to go where the value is. With Rights fees, networks pay fees to have the rights to a particular broadcast, for example march madness, the NFL or the Olympics. Rights fees are determined by the value a certain property holds, this is determined by the ratings. The most important ratings market world wide is undisputed ly the North American, and in particular the US market...
  • Problem Solving Solution Problems Insight
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    Problem Solving Problem solving: overcoming some obstacles in order to answer a question or achieve a goal Four phases- Understanding- Generating hypotheses- Testing hypotheses- Checking results Strategies- Used in the generating hypotheses stage- Algorithm Algorithm: a mechanical repetitive procedure for solving a problem- Guarantee a correct solution to the problem- Heuristics Heuristics: strategies for solving a problem or for guiding an investigation- Narrow the range of options we have to c...
  • Movie Ratings Rating Game
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    On Quake, Marilyn Manson, Doom, The Matrix, And How They Corrupt America's Youth Disclaimer: I do not promote youth violence, but even if I did, its the parents job to make sure my opinion doesnt affect their children. Do I really have to say anything else The disclaimer say enough, but to drive my point across, Ill repeat it in several different ways in the next few paragraphs. First of all, I want to say that I am 100% against censorship. It totally goes against a little law called THE 1 ST AM...
  • Morals And Good Taste Truth Story Women
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    "Truth morals and good taste are all irrelevant in commercial t. v." How does frontline and other supplementary material explore this idea? How far is too far? In today's society there is a fine line between telling the truth and not. Each day we encounter lies and concealment. And who would of thought, most of the false accusations we are fed, come from those we rely on for the truth. "Truth is created by the powerful person." And who is more powerful then those that inform and instruct? Commer...
  • Government Censorship Blame Parents
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    Censoring things such as violence has become a part of both the public and government agendas in many countries. This includes the increased popularity of computer networks such as the Internet, music, video games, television, etc. It's not about right or wrong anymore. It's about whom to blame when something tragic happens. When a child is informed that her friends father is now among the deceased, she replies, "Who killed him?" . Her response illustrates her assumption that his death is relate...
  • Contract Requirements Performance Rating Achievement
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    PAST PERFORMANCE QUESTIONNAIRE Attachment 5 Name of Offeror: Name of Customer: Contract Number: Contract Value: Period of Performance: Functional Area (s): NAICS Code (s): The ratings below are supplied by the organization identified above, and submitted by the offeror with their proposal. Answers to Questions 1-6 are based on information obtained from the named organization, not the offeror. Ratings to be used are: Outstanding = 5; Excellent = 4; Good = 3; Fair = 2; Poor = 1, and Unsatisfactory...
  • Movie Rating System Should Be Eliminated
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    There have always been many debates through the past few years on if the movie rating system actually does any real good in this society where teens can practically get their way with almost anything. Given the statement that, "The movie rating system doesn't work and should be eliminated," I totally agree. The movies are rated on if the content is suitable for those individuals 17 years and younger. After the age of 17, any movie in theatres is up for their viewing pleasure. The reason I say 1...
  • Physical Attractive Couples Attractiveness Hypothesis
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    When it comes to interpersonal attraction and intimate relationships, it is popularly believed that love is what makes the world go round, although Rubin and McNeil (1983) believed it had more to do with liking. They proposed that love, was not an 'intense physical symptom' but that it was a particular sort of attitude that one person has towards another. Dion et al (1972) picked up on this opinion of love being merely an attitude and devised the attractiveness stereotype. He found that photos o...
  • Espn Magazine Four Game Overtime
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    A Changing of Style Just a year ago, the National Hockey League adopted a new way to play overtime. They tossed away the old format of five on five hockey, and created four on four hockey just for overtime. This allowed players to play a more open style of play, that which emulates the European method. The new design only permitted the finesse players on the ice during the five minutes of play. This was because? Coaches did not want the goons on the ice to make an unintelligent penalty to cause ...