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The Effect of Pop Culture on Emotional Development

Summary: Compares the different writing styles three authors use to convey their opinion of the effects of pop culture on emotional development. Essays by Donna Britt, Dan Williams and C.W. Gusewelle are examined.
When discussing a similar situation, authors tend to use different forms of writing to get their opinion across. In the three pieces, "Manufacturing Kid Criminals", "Can there be any other reaction"", and "Our society has a lot of targets", we see one that exaggerates the situation, one that states the problem flat out, and one that uses a single situation to show how they feel. If writers all followed the same style than people would become bored and not learn a lot about the subject of the piece. The three ways are all effective, but some may consider one way more effective than another.

In "Manufacturing Kid Criminals", Donna Britt puts emphasis on how certain aspects of society shape children into criminals and murders. She sets up the situation and describes how it follows through and its effect on the children. Britt describes how one could use "an...

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