Because TV was now nationally broadcast the same advertisement on in New York was also on in California, which lead to people using the same stuff wearing the same clothes. Through shows like “American bandstand” and “Ed Sullivan” popular music was born and put an end to strong regional music tastes in America. Now everyone was listening to the same stuff no matter where in the country you were. Stars like Elvis would never have had such a national fan base had it not been for these technological advancements. TV shows also brought uniform style to the people with most people dressing like the characters they saw from shows or commercials.
Cause and Effects I chose to attend Penn State University over the other colleges that I applied to because Penn State is a well known school. Penn State is known for their academics all over the United States and even in other parts of the world. Even when I was telling my friends that live in California that I had been accepted to Penn State they knew exactly what school I was talking about. Penn State also has emotional ties to my family. My grandfather always loved Penn State football, and would always talk about Penn State University to me when I was younger.
Although he was young, he wanted more than he could handle. Lawrence met Flossie Wentworth and decided she was the one. He decided to get out of the mob and start a serious life with Flossie. On June 17, 1903, they got married and moved to Las Angeles, California. Now in California, the Exeterfamily bought a beautiful mansion.
Cambria Blasius Ms. Poindexter English 12B January 25, 2012 The Grapes of Wrath John Steinbeck’s novel, The Grapes of Wrath, tells the story of the Joad family as they journey to California during the time of the Great Depression. The Joad’s leave their land of Oklahoma in hopes of having a more prosperous lifestyle in what was said to be ‘the promised land.’ Throughout their treacherous travel west to California the Joad’s face challenges that bring out each family members true character. During this time we learn the true hero of the novel is Ma Joad; She shows to be the center of strength for the family, is determined and she is able to step up and be a main supporter to the family when Pa, the head of the family, begins to falter.
‘When on our way from home to Southend, as a child, we travelled through Pitsea and always dreamt of living there…It was always seen as a place for rich people’ (Frank Pardoe 2012). Perhaps if developments take place, leading to employment and a reason for people to visit Pitsea, One may feel that Pitsea town centre may become the ‘Model Village’ that was originally envisaged, and be re-made to the town that ‘One’ believed that living in Pitsea they had ‘come up in the world’. Word count 809 References. Making social lives, Open University (2009) Making Social Lives DVD, Open University (2009 Basildon Echo (06/01/2012) www.crimestatistics.co.uk (February 2012) Index of deprivation - http://www.essexpartnershipportal.org/pages/uploads/JSNA/Data-book/IMD%20report%20appendix.pdf (February 2012) Self-Reflection Since starting this course I have most enjoyed meeting new people and getting my brain working. My biggest challenge was getting a concept of the questions and cutting out irrelevant
An academic periodical titled “The Franchises” sheds light on the subject giving readers a different view of the New Jersey controversy. The article takes the other side of the argument in saying the Jersey Shore actually contributes to growth in popular culture, which is actually a good thing for the state of New Jersey. The article writes that “the MTV show has transcended pop culture because everyone knows what it is.” (“The Franchises,” p. 3) This gives New Jersey a boost in recognition for being the home where a different form of popular culture was created. MTV also responded to the controversy by stating in a press release, “The Italian-American cast takes pride in their ethnicity. We understand that this show is not intended for every audience and depicts just one aspect of youth culture."
They are forced to come together to travel to California in a bright yellow kombi van. The use of yellow has been used to symbolise and foreshadow the happiness and positivity that is to come, which informs the audience that their previous experiences of isolation and disconnection will be transformed to become positive. The use of close up camera angles, as well as the use of framing coveys to the audience the alteration of their emotions, due to the development of their family life whilst embarking on a journey, accompanied by a series of
I helped her because since I am living in California, so I needed to help her every ways I can as possible, also because we are in a relationship. She wants to move to California and settle her life here in a beautiful sunshine weather in California. However, the ideals that we had seemed to be easier then what we expected. Even though, we had showed our commitments and followed out exact plans, but during the process of moving
She raised three children who are now grown and get to experience growing up in California where it is not as bad as people fail to realize. My Family says “we are very fortunate and that except for the prices and gas California is the best place to
Mavis Rojas I can remember as if it was yesterday my twelve year old birthday. We had just moved to Vina del Mar, a beautiful city by the Pacific Ocean. My father bought me a red dress, he always knew what looked good on me. I loved spending time with him, he knew I was a growing fast and although I was a pretty confident girl, he made sure to assure me of his love and his acceptance towards me. I remember my father taking me to go for hikes up in the mountains and taking me rock climbing on his days off.