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  • Regulation In The Simpsons
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    Jordan Park An analysis of The Simpson's in relation to the cultural circuit In society today we find that Mass Media surrounds us, it has become an institution in our everyday lives. The success of each individual medium such as television, radio and magazines depend on its approach to the cultural circuit. The five aspects of the cultural circuit representation, identity, production, regulation and consumption all combine with one another to create a marketable commodity. Television in particu...
  • Simpsons As Basis For An Episode
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    When Matt Groening and James L. Brooks created The Simpsons, a cartoon, family, they had no idea that it would become as big as it has now. There are many reasons the show has become very popular with the American public. Dumb and simple humor makes in enjoyable for people on all levels, and for the more sophisticated audience, there is some political satire in the show. It all started 1987, when Groening and Brooks created short cartoons for the Tracey Ullman show. If you were to compare these ...
  • Simpson's Soul
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    Reviewing a TV show or movie The Simpsons is undeniably the best show to ever be shown on television. Every episode is a timeless classic, subtle Simpson's humor and doesn't depend on common jokes that so many rip-off cartoon shows and sitcoms use today. It is original, and no other show can ever top its humor. The characters are all amazingly funny and they always think of the most surprising and hilarious things to say. The Simpsons is one of the few shows that have managed to retain its popul...
  • Episode Upon Viewers
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    The specific children's series that I will be discussing is entitled "The Simpson's". The main characters consist of Homer, Marge, Lisa, Bart, and Maggie Simpson. They reside in a town called Springfield, one that is typical of an American suburb. Some other characters which appear on a regular basis are Mr. Burns, the owner of the Springfield chemical plant, his assistant Weiland Smithers, the Flanders family, which resides right next door to the Simpson's, and principal Skinner. He is the head...
  • Episode Of The Simpsons
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    What separates the comedies that were shown on television fifty, forty, or even twenty five years ago from those of today? First, we may notice technological differences, the difference between black and white and color, the difference between film stock (or even kinescope) and video. Then there are the numerous social differences. For instance, the myth of the universal traditional two-parent family is not as secure as it was in the fifties and sixties, and the comedies of the different eras re...
  • Homer Simpsons
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    The Simpsons has been around for several years and is now a very popular television show in America, Australia and The United Kingdom. The main reason for its success in the TV rating wars is the fact that it appeals to people of all ages and cultures. The setting and visual look for example attract both adults (due to the bold and striking colours standing out when they are channel hopping) and children (who are intrigued and stimulated by the bright animated characters and setting). Another re...

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