• Article Review Entertainment Donated Would Go Directly To The Victims
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    "On the Money", an article written by Allison Hope Weiner, is a brief article written as an effort to help explain the controversy surrounding the celebrity telethon that was held almost three months ago. The telethon, America: A Tribute to Heroes, ended up receiving donations totaling an estimated one hundred and fifty million dollars all put into a fund overseen by the United Way, called the September 11 th Fund. This fund has received over three hundred and forty million dollars all from dona...
  • Youth Children Movie Celebrities
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    The people that youth look up to should send a positive message to the young. They should be concerned about the development of america and the well being of the children that have to grow up in our time of war. Michael Jordon sends a positive message to kids such as 'stay in school' and 'dont do drugs'. Michael donates a portion of his wealth to all sorts of charities and fund racers. His work with youth has been improved on by doing disney movies such as 'Space Jam'. That particular movie did...
  • Fame Fortune And Celebrities
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    The Cost of Fame and Fortune on Celebrity Figures JENNIFER ANISTON AND BRAD PITT WED PICTURES HERE! Madonna s a MAMA again! TOM AND NICOLE SPLIT WHY These are just three examples of headlines I have seen across the supermarket tabloids over the past year. In reality, we know that two more people tied the knot, another mom-to-be gave birth, and one more couple unfortunately divorced. But come on! This is Jennifer and Brad (the two most beautiful people on earth), Madonna (enough said), and Tom an...
  • 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...
  • Are Americans Obsessed With Celebrities
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    Are Americans Obsessed with Celebrities Looking at both sides of the subject, I would probably agree that, we are as Americans are obsessed with celebrities. If you are attracted to a celebrity, who many of us do have someone that we try to be like, we will go to extremes in mimicking that celebrity. For instance, if that person happens to be extremely thin, then we may try to go on a diet. If it is taken to the foremost without supervision we may make ourselves sick by not eating right. Wrestli...
  • Advertising Rules Shaquile Oneal
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    Advertising Rules Mr. Royko's decision not to endorse the Mexican restaurants is solid because he is following his own beliefs and ethics. People should make their own decisions of a product. Also, if he did endorse the restaurant by eating the taco he would be being dishonest to the viewers of the commercial. In his decision to not endorse the restaurant, Mr. Royko is following his own moral ethics. Often people watch television commercials and see products being endorsed by celebrities such a...
  • Why Do Parents Blame Celebrities For Their Children's Actions
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    Why do parents blame celebrities for their children's actions Where are the parents Irresponsible parents use celebrities as an excuse for their lack of interest in their children's lives. I strongly agree that the parents should be at fault. Parents who know their children's thoughts and feelings towards things are usually the best parents. If parents know what their children are like, you should know more about their personality. If a parent doesn't like what their children watch or listen to,...
  • Walt Disney People Company Marketing
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    WALT DISNEY COMPANY The Walt Disney company hopes that an aggressive new marketing and publicity blitz will help their slowing down business. With the company spending tens of million of dollars on t. v. advertising. Celebrities have also been appearing on spots for Disney. Disney will also be lowering prices on hotels. By trying to get out of this September 11 th down we are experiencing there have been many opportunities for the marketing of this country to either plunge or sky rocket. Disney...
  • Eating Disorder Women Celebrities Body
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    Celebrity and Media Effects For centuries women have fought to be accredited as the self-assured, mature, intelligent and competent creatures we are. To be accepted with our blemishes as well as our fabulousness and above all, to accept and love ourselves. We were succeeding and were almost there. However, through the emergence of media communication and the more recent establishment of the internet, value systems in terms of the body have been reformed, thus impinging upon ones self perception ...
  • Eating Disorder Problems Thin Celebrities
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    Many people feel a pressure to look a certain way in today's world. Many also feel overweight, even though they are an average size. Numerous people are deceived by the media that happiness and success follows when a thin body is present. However, what they don't show on television is how unhealthy, both physically and psychologically, it is to have such an unrealistic image of "perfection" in their minds. There are so many different aspects when it comes to eating disorders and celebrities. Th...
  • Celebrities People Pressure Privacy
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    One day, a woman called herself Want the Truth in Westport wrote to a columnist with a question that she had to have the answered. Please find out for sure, she begged the columnist, whether or not Oprah Winfrey has had a facelift. The columnist refused to answer the question for Ms. Winfrey's privacy. Im disturbed by this incident. I think its really awful to be a celebrity because he or she is always in the public eyes. Because they are celebrities, they have too little privacy, too much pres...
  • Celebrity Politicians Celebrities Election People
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    The democratic government in place in the United States of America allows all Americans to have their say in what occurs in this country. Through the power of the vote, Americans can decide who they want to represent them in every level of the government. Getting elected, however, is not as easy as it sounds. It would reasonable to assume that a candidate would be elected to their position if they are more qualified than their opponents. This however is becoming less and less true. Nowadays, ins...
  • Celebrities Sarah Mclachlan
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    Celebrities Are Human A star is defined as an artistic performer or athlete whose leading role or superior performance is acknowledged. These stars play too intricate a part of our lives. Despite what many people believe, celebrities are the same as you and I. These people are entertainers and are not superior to the every day, nine to five, average, work person. They are doing their jobs as we are doing ours. Anytime a person turns on the television these days, it is almost impossible not to s...
  • Drugs And Alcohol Morrison Joplin Celebrities
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    Alli Kelly Drugs in Society Drugs and Alcohol in the Life of Celebrities So you think most celebrities have such "perfect" lives You are wrong. Many celebrities appear to have "perfect" lives with all the money, popularity and friends they have. But for many celebrities money, popularity, and friends just isn't enough. Many celebrities don't find happiness in their "perfect" lives and turn to drugs or alcohol as answers. Janis Joplin was a popular rock singer in the 1960's. She had everything an...
  • Celebrity Worship Group Test Cognitive
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    Daniel Espinoza Psy 260 Dec. 1, 2003 Everyone has an entertainer that we follow and like, but when does that like of a person become more than that. Is it possible for a person to become obsessed with an individual you don't even know? Unfortunately it is, according to an article entitled: A cognitive profile of individuals who tend to worship celebrities, celebrity worship is a form of para social interaction in which individuals become obsessed with 1 or more celebrities. This obsession is sim...
  • Eating Disorders Paper People Celebrities Anorexics
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    Eating disorders are increasing every year, and can be found in girls from as young as 6 or 7, as well as adult women. It does not help when celebrities flaunt their trimmed and toned bodies all over television and newspapers, receiving so much praise for looking "good." Teenagers are the most likely group to develop eating disorders: many of them look up to celebrities and believe they too have to look good to get somewhere in life. The last thing we need is celebrities promoting radica...
  • 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...