Public Perspective of athletes

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The public perspective of High School & College athletes is a negative perspective when it comes to their intellectual capacity. People criticize the population of athletes by referring to them as “Dumb-Jocks.” In High School I played Soccer, Basketball and Baseball, so I heard the stereotyp ... Continue Reading

Unfit Americans

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Weight loss, a problem that has been haunting many people, is a billion dollar industry. Unfortunately, the industry is fueled by our society’s portrayal of how the average American should look. Think about it, how often do you see a truly average looking American ... Continue Reading

NYC Art Paper

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“Every artist dips his brush into his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures.” A famous quote said by Henry Ward Beecher in “Proverbs from Plymouth Pulpit” in 1887. When I came across this quote I was very intrigued by it because the more I read it the more I concluded that i ... Continue Reading

Tv Violence

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Television Violence has a Huge Impact on our Students Minds and Behaviors Every child loves watching television. Television gives children a lot of information, comfort, pleasure, excitement and it passes time. Parents like television as well. If parents are ... Continue Reading

ESPN and the Sports Monopoly

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Disney's Entertainment and Sports Programing Network, ESPN, is the largest and most influential sports media station in the world. If you want the latest news with what is going on in the world of sports, you most likely will tune to any of the popular ESPN channels. If you want college sports you ... Continue Reading

Analysis of espn.com

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ESPN offers the best sports coverage on TV because of its great sports castors, best live sports coverage and the huge variety of sports covered. Espn.com is a compliment to the cable channel but delivers more information to your finger tips and continues to explore the idea of TV on the net. Espn ... Continue Reading

Sports Broadcasting

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My mother always told me that I could be whatever I wanted to be in life. All I have to do is work hard and believe in God and no one can stop you from doing what you want to do. Having all of that in mind, I feel that out of all of the things that I can do in life, I would want to ... Continue Reading

Espn.com Aspects of credibility

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For the purpose of this paper, ESPN.com was the source chosen in analyzing aspects of credibility. The initial credibility of ESPN.com is soaring due to the overwhelming success and longevity of the network. It’s a regular household name, and a source that’s reliable for providing sports fanat ... Continue Reading

crash

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Sports are a very important part of the American society. Within sports heroes are made, goals are set and dreams are lived. The media makes all these things possible by creating publicity for the rising stars of today. Within society today, the media has downplayed the role of the woman within spor ... Continue Reading

Hockey, The Rodney Dangerfield Of Sports

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Hockey, The Rodney Dangerfield Of Sports In the US, there are four major sports; football, baseball, basketball, and hockey. Out of the four, hockey gets the least amount of respect. This is something that bothers me as hockey player and fan, and it also bothers other hockey fans around t ... Continue Reading

Cheerleading

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Cheerleaders and cheerleading has always gone hand in hand with American sports. Every professional and college sports team with trained athletes has cheerleaders. Are those women and men that cheer on these trained athletes actually athletes themselves? Cheerleaders are athletes because they ex ... Continue Reading

Nike Gear

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Nike is probably one of the largest sneaker companies in the world. They have created products for many sports such as Basketball, Golf, Soccer, and Running. In the last five years Nike created another category called Nike hockey. Nike started off producing only ice skates ... Continue Reading

Modern Advertising

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Art in today’s society takes many forms. With the proliferation and advancement of information technology, graphic design, publishing capabilities, and understanding of human vision and comprehension, art has invaded sectors of society that before seemed separate and u ... Continue Reading

Kobe bryant essay

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Kobe Bryant was charged with adultery. Kobe allegedly had sex with a 19 year-old woman at an Eagle Rock, Colorado lodge and spa. Sources say that the 19 year-old went to Kobe’s suite at around 10:00 p.m. on June 30th. When she got up to the room, Kobe and the victim started fondling, one thing ... Continue Reading

Public Perspective of Athletes

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The public perspective of High School & College athletes is a negative perspective when it comes to their intellectual capacity. People criticize the population of athletes by referring to them as “Dumb-Jocks.” In High School I played Soccer, Basketball and Baseball, so I heard the stereotypes ... Continue Reading

Stereotypes

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Stereotyping is taking a description of an individual and applying it to a group as a whole. The media has the power to stereotype and to change the views of its audience. It can perpetuate a sterotype of a certain group in which it causes an indefinite perspective that the ... Continue Reading

Playing Against the Odds

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It's becoming the new craze in the poker world, No Limit Texas Hold 'Em. No Limit Hold ‘Em is the specific type of poker played at World Series of Poker, which is now televised annually on ESPN. If you ever watched the world series of poker, each time a players hand is shown the producers of the p ... Continue Reading

History Of Skateboarding

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Well I might not be a pro but I know a few things about one of the greatest growing sports in the world, skateboarding. Skateboarding wasn’t a big hit until the late fifty’s early sixty’s but before that kids used to take roller skate wheels and attach them to two by fours and try to ride th ... Continue Reading

A Magical Mystery

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GPS.- The way that hockey is portrayed in the newspapers and on television is completely disgraceful, it goes the same for college hockey, high school hockey, and even the profesional teams. I.- In the US, there are four major sports; football, baseball, basketball, and hockey. Out of the four, ho ... Continue Reading

Pay to Play - College Athletics

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College athletes juggle busy academic and athletic schedules throughout their collegiate careers, so why shouldn't they be compensated for the time they dedicate to the sport? Since the beginning of college sports, athletes have not been financially rewarded for their efforts. They've received sch ... Continue Reading

A View of Sports

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What are sports? They basically consist of doing some physical activity that is completely useless except for increasing strength and providing "fun." While I consider the former to be the major (if not only) real value of sports, the latter is, once thought about psychologically, quite sad. ... Continue Reading

Cheerleading

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GO TIGERS!! Can you believe that little phrase is the origin of cheerleading? Well believe it! Cheerleading was actually stumbled upon because of a very enthusiastic football fan Thomas Peebles, cheering on his team at the University of Minnesota. At University of Minnesota was where the history of ... Continue Reading

Television is Addicting

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World’s Most Distracting Addiction As we speak, I am procrastinating and being distracted by the most addicting invention known to man. No matter how hard I try to keep my train of thought, my mind wonders to something more entertaining like football, “The Man Show”, or tonight’s movie, â ... Continue Reading

Mickey Mantle

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Mickey Mantle Mickey Mantle, a man of courage, heart, and most definitely integrity had many adversities throughout his life, but none the less he was a great baseball player. Mickey Charles Mantle was born on October 20, 1931 in Spavinaw, Oklahoma. He then late ... Continue Reading

Sports History in Early America

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Sport in Colonial America went through many stages and had many faces. For Native Americans, sport was used for religious, medicinal, and gambling purposes. They were able to tap into the recreational, spiritual, and economic value of sports. This is clearly a better perspective on the impact of ... Continue Reading