Extended Essay 2015 How has Movie Ratings changed over the years and its implications on the society Contents Introduction 2 Investigation 3 The current situation in Singapore 3 Case study 4 The Old Code (Hays code) 4 The New Code (used up to the modern day) 6 Comparison 7 Ratings Creep 7 Analysis 8 Impact of Ratings Creep on society 8 The society’s impact on movie ratings 8 Conclusion 9 Bibliography 9 Introduction Recently, it has been observed that the public is more willing to view graphic and sexual films as compared to past years. For example, films like TED 2 and FIFTY SHADES OF GREY, which contain heavy adult material have been successful. Films like this have also changed in the eyes of children. Children in the current
Villains often play a vital role in contrasting the protagonists, which brings upon sympathy towards the protagonists. In The Stranger by Albert Camus, society directly criticizes Meursault 's actions and beliefs, evoking Meursault 's sadness in the story. While in The Meursault Investigation, Merault is the antagonist of the story because he kills Musa, Harun’s brother. Meursault indirectly provokes Harun’s anger and fuels his ambition for his actions. Both stories present villains differently, where society is directly criticizing Meursault’s beliefs and actions in The Stranger while Meursault is indirectly hurting Harun in The Meursault Investigation.
Dystopian literature has been a popular genre that is mostly aimed towards young adults (YA) and have been showered with much popularity especially in the recent years. Considering that works of literature mainly consists of the records of people’s values, dilemmas, thoughts and conflicts which can also be identified as a reflection of people’s experiences, a dystopian literature contains an author’s questions about the existing political and social systems. Through text, the author picturizes the possibility that something is awfully wrong with the society he or she is in. Psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung stated that humans have a “Collective Unconscious” which is a kind of universal psyche that appeared in myths and dreams. They consist of images and themes that people are
The myth though fails because it does not embody the whole of American society or an accurate account of history. This is prevalent in Washington Irving’s Rip Van Winkle which satirizes America’s need for a myth, having Rip embody negative aspects
I watched the Rebels series and some of the Clone Wars. I can firmly say that both can appeal to teens. Clone Wars brings a lot of big battles into light and is a little less “clean” that Rebels even if it’s just a few lines. Clone Wars can have very intrigued battle sequences that are sometimes drawn out and very PG rated. The biggest problem I have with Clone Wars is that it follows no order.
It may broke into various genres but specifically retaining to the concepts of life with its moralizing and artistic nature. It particularly concerns with the conflicts of human life and to the end resolute it. Human follies, weaknesses, harsh circumstances and missed approaches are the chief cause behind the conflicts of literature. For instance, formerly in Greek Literature, Hamartia was main cause behind Greek tragedies. It introduced its reader to the protagonist’s misconduct that led him to his tragic end.
Starved bodies, corrupt kings, roaring waves of prejudice. These are the times that Shelley and Dunbar lived in. Whereas Shelley has a more optimistic attitude, Dunbar holds a more downtrodden one which is reflected in the different enemies, tones, and endings of the two poems. While both poems are set in trying times, they differ in their antagonists. Shelley faces a tangible evil, a person, while Dunbar faces an intangible one, a social concept.
The odds of a fatal car crash are elevated significantly here, as are the chances of suffering from alcohol blackouts, being sexual assaulted, physically injured, and suffering various other harms. An analysis was made by the national College Alcohol Survey that younger college students first drank to intoxication, there’s a larger likelihood that they experienced alcohol dependence while they are in college. The law recently have been going against teenagers throwing party as they want because of the cautiousness of this addiction. Most party needs to be verified by the press which brings less freedom of a part of democracy into the everyday life. But, this actually results into teenagers ending up doing more private events which adds on the illegal habits of
The 21st Century magazines have progressed to become less realistic and more harsh. Models seem unreasonably skinny and look like barbie dolls these days and male models have unrealistic muscles that were produced by drugs. These magazines affect teenagers these days because they are their ‘role’ models on how to be better, not their parents. They have affected these teenagers negatively as they want to be just
IMPACT OF BOLLYWOOD MOVIES ON THE LIFESTYLE OF YOUTH OF LAHORE INTRODUCTION: Bollywood movies are being watched all over the world example America,Europe,Australia and other parts of Asia.Bollywood stars are creating the kind of madness among youth.They watch movies and start following the actions of stars.The amount time youth spend on watching movies.Movies are supposed to be mainly for the entertainment and enjoyment but they capture the minds of youth and effect their lifestyle.Bollywood movies have made youngsters their addicts. Youth watch actors having alcohol and tobacco,they watch the glamour shown in the movies and start idolizing glamour faces and instill lower self esteem,they copy the dressing of stars, they watch the glamoures parties and dancing of half naked girls,they copy the style with