Research Paper On Television Shows

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  • BiPolar Disorder on Television

    Stereotypes and stigmas about mental illness have been consistently fostered by the media but in recent years, there are some television shows who have depicted a more accurate representation. Homeland is one of those shows and Carrie's bipolar disorder is discussed. The other person discussed in the essay is Robin Williams to point out that disorders are not easily noticed. There are three sources used in this four page paper.

  • Television Depictions of Gender and Ethnicity in the Workplace

    A 3 page considerations of some of the differences that exist between depictions of women and men and ethnicities in American society. Using the popular television shows “Monk” and “CSI” as frames of reference, this paper asserts that while equality might have almost been achieved in the real workplace, there are still inconsistencies in the way women and ethnicities are regarded and portrayed in American society. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Phases of the Criminal Justice Systme on Television

    This paper concludes that viewers do expect story lines that are less than realistic, but of course, the cases and predicaments demonstrate that there are surely ethical quandaries that are embraced at each phase of the criminal justice process.Six television shows are evaluated. There are two sources listed in the bibliography of this 7 page paper.

  • Anxiety Disorders on Television

    Reality shows actually started on radio. Candid Camera was the first one on television. This genre exploded in the early days of television to the present. There are numerous so-called 'reality' shows on TV, some more real than others. This essay asks the question, are the many shows that emphasize anxiety disorders ethical? and does it make a difference if celebrities are in the cast? There are five sources listed in the bibliography of this three page paper.

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