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  • Cleaning Action Of Soap And Synthetic Detergents
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    Cleaning with soap and soap less detergents. Detergent comes from the Latin word deterge re meaning to clean, it is defined as a cleansing agent. Therefore, water itself is a detergent. This essay looks at soap and soap less (or synthetic) detergents. Both substances we use everyday and have a big market commercially, they effect everyone. Soaps are made from natural products and soap less detergents are produced chemically, each having advantages and disadvantages. Soap has a much longer histor...
  • Viewers Of Soap Operas
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    SOAP OPERA GENRE "Before I saw Neighbours, I didnt know there was an Australia" (Jerry Hall, The Clive James Show, UK, 31 December, 1989) T he soap opera genre originated in American radio serials of the 1930's, and owes the name to the sponsorship of some of these programs by major soap powder companies. Proctor and Gamble and other soap companies were the most common sponsors, and soon the genre of 'soap opera' had been labeled. Like many television genres (e.g. news and quiz shows), the soap ...
  • Watch Soap Operas
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    Whether you admit it or not, everyone has seen at least fifteen minutes of a soap opera in their lifetime. Who hasn't had one of those days where they " re sitting at home, flipping through channels when they sort of pause to take a peek at what's happening on the latest episode of Days of Our Lives. The funniest thing though, is when they hear someone coming; the television is suddenly set to much music. Sure it may sound dumb changing channels, but hey I actually know people who do that, espec...
  • Dominant Ideologies In Soap Operas
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    Are soap operas radical television? Or do they merely support a dominant ideology under capitalism? Question Four Are soap operas radical television? Or do they merely support a dominant ideology under capitalism?" Vicki! I... I thought I heard your voice " Roy Lichtenstein; Vicki; 1964"Oh, Jeff... I love you, too... But " Roy Lichtenstein; I love you... but; 1964 Traditional soap opera dialogue is not unlike the pop-artist Roy Lichtenstein's stylized magnification of the commonplace in his sati...
  • Soap Operas As A Woman's Genre
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    To what extent can it be said that British soaps address and dramatis e the class and gender realities of the lives of their audience? By MAROON AHMED Throughout the history of public service and commercial television the mainstay of its success and a massive ratings winner, none more so than in the latter 25-30 years of its existence, has been the immense popularity of soap operas. Soap operas have become a fundamental and now traditional part of British life. Every channel has at least one or ...
  • Soap Opera The Bold And The Beautiful
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    CHAPTER 1: THE PROPOSAL 1. Proposed Title The emotional response evoked in the female audience during the viewing of The Bold and the Beautiful. 2. Introduction's and Orientation The study of people's interests in soap operas and their emotional link to them has been a long-standing fascination. Viewers across the globe, tune in daily to the likes of soap operas, such as The Bold and the Beautiful. According to studies done on soap operas by Pitout (2001: 348) the interwoven storyline's "force" ...
  • Very Entertaining Film
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    Tootsie 1982 Sydney Pollack Michael Dorsey is a young New York actor that's very talented but has managed to turn every producer in the country against him because he likes to do things his way or no way. His agent can't seem to find him anything after a tomato commercial that Michael lost because he didn't feel the tomato wasn't "properly motivated". A popular soap opera has an opening for a woman part Michael auditions as "Miss Dorothy" and gets the part becoming widely known. He falls for a c...
  • Examples In Soap Operas
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    Utilising one of the approaches to representation from the lecture programme, analyse a media product. How useful is this critical method In this essay I am going to investigate the feminist approach to the representation of women in the soap opera. Television soap operas are long-running serials traditionally based on the close study of personal relationships within the everyday life of its characters. Soaps are a consistent set of values based on personal relationships and on women's responsib...
  • Opinions Of The Soap Opera Viewers
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    Most of the researchers started their work about gender in the soap operas in the 1980's. That fact remains interesting, since the greatest explosion of number of the viewers took place in the 1970's. Staring from the very first works in the 1940's, soaps were mainly examined on their influence to the people. Many criticised them, for the lack of realism, bad influence, addictive ness, connotations of feminine passivity, laziness and vulgarity (Seite r 1994: 388). That situation changed in the 1...

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