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Analyzing the Bowling for Columbine Film

is an unfortunate event, but the event takes place not because the boy did not have a good mother, but because his mother was poor...

Analyzing Bowling for Columbine from a Sociological Perspective

Marx). In other words, Marx saw societies as being composed of classes in constant conflict. Differing markedly from his predecess...

An Analysis of the Films, Bowling for Columbine and, The Decay of Fiction

physical state that supports the distinguishing characteristics of film noir. Though the term "film noir" is French, the st...

Bowling for Columbine

emotions and sympathy for the Columbine victims and families. For example, it is difficult not to agree with Moore that the decisi...

Violence in American/Bowling for Columbine

the stats that Moore cites about gun deaths, which compares the US to other countries. Yearly, there are "381 (gun deaths) in Germ...

Using Mass Media to Argue for Gun Control

incidence of fire breaking out during operations. In one of ABCs 20/20 episodes in 1998, the audience was cautioned that this ha...

Nineteenth Century America and Being White

be. 2. Agricultural economic base and need for labor. 3. Slavery introduced with indentured servants. Taken to the next level in ...

Posting Responses to the Positions of Michael Moore and Barry Glassner

killer bees were responsible for an attack in Tipton, Oklahoma. They are currently in six Southwestern states and they are dangero...

Michael Moore's Academy Awards' Exercise of Free Speech

duties of an American to question leadership within the foundation of democracy, a reality that is fraught with consequences when ...

What Leads to Homelessness?

are many people in the lower and middle income brackets who have little put away. If they have no credit, and no one to bail them ...

School Safety following Columbine A Research Proposal

do harm if they want to. Columbine is a good case study to use in examining this issue. The Columbine massacre entailed the juve...

Film Robert Rauschenberg

description relating to the film and Rauschenbergs inspiration to become an artist: "as an enlisted man when visiting the Huntingt...

Cinematic Analysis of Singin' in the Rain

the long view where we can see the entire dance. This is often seen in present day films about dance where it seems the performers...

Seven Samurai

and precise technical skill" (Seven Samurai, 2007). He is the true hero in many ways for he is generous, sincere and stands a nobl...

Crash: Film Analysis

and if they felt justified in their actions. He decided to write a movie from their perspective" (Jet 54). Such information hel...

City of God

something that happens to all the boys in this region of the city. They are clearly victims of the impoverished city as they are d...

Male Gaze and Cross Dressing as Featured in the 1982 Film Tootsie

In six pages this paper analyzes cross dressing featured in the 1982 film Tootsie through the male gaze theories of feminist autho...

Bowling's Kinesiology

For example, the swing of the arm of a bowler from the initiation through the follow through demonstrates the range of motion of t...

The Super Bowl and Consumerism

States better if one seeks out those rituals which are widespread but entirely socially constructed rather than traditionally inhe...

Spike Lee's Do The Right Thing

solely for blasting rap music on his boom box. A local DJ, Mister Senor Love Daddy, who operates a radio station also acts as a co...

Brian DePalma's 'Carrie' A Cinematic Analysis

would become his own trademark. This film, along with Obsession (1976), further developed De Palmas expressive use of cinematogra...

Gunmen at Columbine High School and the Media's Influence

In six pages this paper presents the argument that media in the forms of music and cinema strongly influenced the Columbine High S...

Columbine Shootings and Media Influence

In a paper consisting of six pages it is argued that the media influenced the shootings at Littleton, Colorado's Columbine High Sc...

Depiction of Asian Americans

(Benshoff and Griffin 132). A voiceover at the beginning of the film explains that because of this law, 1940s Chinatown was exclus...

The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck and the Effects of the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl

portrayal of some shocking events of the thirties" (French 43). Its various conflicts consider the downside of American capitalis...

Attic Red Figure by Antiphon Painter

possesses what is called a Komos, a celebration that consists of drinking and dancing and music (Krannert Art Museum [2], 2006). T...

“Dust Bowl” by Worster

they talked expansively of busting and breaking the land. And that is exactly what they did" (Worster, 2004; 4). He also illust...

Gender/Sexuality in 6 Films

the others, feels compelled to protect this young bit of innocence and humanity at all costs. The symbolic way that the child co...

Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ

as director. This Catholic perspective is also quite evident in the fact that Mary, the mother of Jesus, is the most prevalent c...

Film Noir Techniques in the Film, Gilda

what the audience is viewing with his own subjective observations. In his consideration of film noir, Jon Tuska (1984) noted that...