ENGLISH PAPER 2

ENGLISH PAPER 2 - Casey Kinner Anthony W. Rintala English...

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Casey Kinner Anthony W. Rintala English 104-200 November 4, 2007 A Desensitized Society In America, we are addicts—we crave entertainment. Nearly is spent every year on movies and television, just to make sure we get our fix. The entertainment business clearly has an unbelievable hold on American culture. Not only do we really on entertainment shows to relax, television and film affect our conversations, our thoughts, our emotions, even our beliefs. But what kinds of programs are we choosing to watch? What do these programs reflect about our culture? Shows like CSI, CSI:New York, CSI: Miani, CSI:Special Victim’s Unit, , , , all have on thing in common. With every season, these shows depict crimes of slightly more violence, slightly more Today’s television include violence, sex, and our conversationis Turning on the television, I flip through the channels, looking for a good show to pass the time. All ac
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Technology has had a tremendous impact on the modern world. We can buy a car, shop for clothes, read our mail, listen to music, watch movies, and study for classes all over the
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This note was uploaded on 09/17/2008 for the course ENGL 104 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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ENGLISH PAPER 2 - Casey Kinner Anthony W. Rintala English...

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