Throughout this chronological telling of Tina Fey’s life in Bossypants, much is argued. With the help of evidence and appeals of many forms, along with certain stylistic choices and organization, they are supported and explained. Many times in Bossypants Tina Fey talks about how different and difficult it is to be a woman in the TV and comedy industry and the expectations of what women should be and how they should act. Many different techniques are executed to do so, and they all work in conjunction to make sure most aspects of what she claims is supported. The most prominent argument in the book is that women have so many expectations of how they have to be.
The rapid increase in the programs and websites has also inclined the rivalry among different channels for targeted audience and advertisement companies. In line, to raise the competition and rivalry, the demand for economic content is increased (e.g. latest celebrity gossip, their love-life, trendiness and new fashions in the industry) in order to complete the flourishing quantity of broadcasting time. An English lecturer at the New Jersey College, Ewing; David Blake said that “the media has completely modified the individuals’ experience about celebrity culture than the development in any other culture.” He further added that “Both social and broadcasting Media has made the celebrities more pervasive and dominant in prevailing society and this upsurge has created a completely new sector of public relations. Once the main focus of public relations was to prepare talented peoples with their relative interests and analysis of those benefits that are gained by them but now it involves more dimensions.
With human greed into a free market will make prices and services very high to consumers because most vendors will have the desire of wealth and power. Do you agree with the argument that corporations are more powerful than governments? Do you expect corporations to become weaker or more powerful in the future? I do not believe that corporations are more powerful than governments because in most of the countries around the world, government is the one that regulates every corporation in all different aspects; like, prices, products, taxes, etc. I know that corporations can have a lot of influence to the public, and impact in people lives, but corporations definitely not have more power than governments.
Amy Tan’s autobiographical novel employs four different stories where mothers and their daughters retell in meetings their personal experiences on their relationships with one another. In this way, all mother characters are portrayed with their distinctive characteristics as the text follows. Suyuan Woo is one if the mothers and the most important one, as she created “The Joy Luck Club”, to which the tittle of the novel is attributed to. Tan depicts her typical human experiences of being good, terrible and a good-bad mother. Archetypical “characters display stereotypical personalities, behaviors and characteristics regardless of how unique they may appear at first glance as, character archetypes are used by many writers as devices to help present a story” .
But there are some disadvantages to Angelo 's designs as they have caused the big companies to make more money becoming more powerful. But also making adults with kids to pay for the overpriced kids toys. But the positive affects out way the negatives, making Angelo Kotsis a successful
The Citizens United Ruling made by Supreme Court in 2010 only made the issue of money ruling the elections worse. Its main effects, stated in the video, “paved the way” for big corporations or unions to spend as much money as they feel necessary in elections and the political process. They can utilize this rule through advertisements, messages, and many different ways of communication to potential and up and coming voters. It changed the way campaigns were carried out by not only putting a bigger emphasis on the political spending from candidates and outside organizations, but also in a sense demerits the aspect of democracy, with having the amount money spent on a campaign be noticed more than the voices of the people. Voting does not really represent the country, but rather, represents the rich and powerful of the country.
English commentary Shrish Venkat The modern day American’s life is far different from the one in the 1980’s. The 80’s were a very significant time in American history. This was the time when the when the people’s ideology was “the bigger the better” which resulted in 22 % of the population to be “obese.” However, by the mid 1980’s this ideology changed due to propagandas and influential articles, which emphasized on the portrayal of attractive women and the importance to look good. Taking advantage of this situation a company called “Shape” cunningly made people to feel extremely insecure about their weight in order to secure their business objective of “profit” by producing a persuasive advertisement based on frivolous assumptions titled
In recent years large companies have also been paying their workers higher wages. And the more profit a company makes the more it benefits the economy. “Americans think the U.S. economy benefits when big businesses or small businesses make a profit, although, by 84% to 64%, more consider small-business profits helpful”(Saad). Although those are some supporting facts for large businesses in America, they are too powerful and too rich. In the past and even in present time large companies generally hurt their consumers and workers.
With political opinion as polarized as it is in the US, polarizing information is bound to be abundant in the media. This is especially true since the American media exists in a capitalist system, where a far-right or far-left outlet or publisher is much more likely to be profitable than one which reports from a broader, more-neutral perspective. The cycle of misinformation is self-perpetuating; by the time people reach an age at which they should begin to formulate their own opinions on social, political, and even scientific issues, many already adhere to the opinions and perspectives of childhood or adolescent influences such as family, religion, general ethnocentrism, etc.. (http://www.gallup.com/poll/14515/teens-stay-true-parents-political-perspectives.aspx) The media, especially news outlets, is very aware of what sort of information will attract the largest audience and, thus, garner the largest profits. People raised by conservatives tend to lean conservative, people raised by liberals tend to lean liberal. The same can be said in reference to a person 's religion, trust in science (or
Being publicly traded company leads earning much more money than other social media network, worth a lot with fewer employees, a stronger management team and a clear target market in display advertising. However, by time Facebook will be challenging to maintain engaging users and not alienate them as Facebook users will face significant pressure to grow quarter over quarter that may degrade the user experience if the way to achieve that is to blast more useless ads to. So, it’s important for Facebook to maintain the alignment between the needs of their shareholders and their customers (Users) because of the accountability earned, making big mistakes will not be affordable in future. 3. It appears that FB operates with an "oops, I did it again" philosophy.