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-scale industrial film making associated with Hollywood, but also on cer- tain developments happening outside that industry. In this context, the ultimate question is how these changes in film-making practices are affecting the experi- ence of theatrical motion picture customs. Studies have revealed that the pri- mary viewers of Hollywood movies are young males. Other research indicates that rapid editing is considered to imply masculinity at least when it is con- trasted with slower editing transitions in movies. Furthermore, younger men are assumed to prefer action

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.K. (1965), “Central Banking Experiment in a developing economy”, The Korean Studies Series, Vol. 12, Seoul: The Korean Research Center. Kim, B.W. – P.S. Kim (1997), Korean Public Administration, Managing the Uneven Development, Seoul: Hollym. Kim, Byung Hyun (2001), “An interindustry analysis of production between Korea and Japan (through foreign trade)”, Korean Economic Review, Vol. 17, no. 2, pp. 207-234. Kim, Eun-Mee (2004), “Market Competition and Cultural Tensions Between Hollywood and the Korean Film Industry”, The International Journal on Media Management

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right to live in human dignity as guar- anteed by the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights,” read the first paragraph of the advertisement endorsed by former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, baseball star Jackie Robinson, Martin Luther King Jr. and Hollywood stars Marlon Brando and Harry Belafonte, among others. But the drafters of the advertisement made erroneous statements, accusing “southern violators” and police in Montgomery, Alabama, of misdeeds and crimes in the third and fifth paragraphs of the 723-word statement. Approximately 394 copies of the March 19

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was heavily criticized for drawing too much on themes and plotlines of earlier series demonstrates both the limits of imagination on behalf of the series creators, but also the broader exhaustion of innovation characteristic of post-modern culture. However, all the other series, and in particular TOS and TNG, have been enormously popular and have gone into syndication in many languages and are still airing regularly in 2010, which illustrates the relevance of the various themes raised in these series regarding the problems and the limits of modernity

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reassessing their values, and determining that balance, self-actualization, and community service matter as much as money and prestige .15 Forty-six percent of women, for example, describe success as “personal fulfillment or happiness,” a much higher percentage than view success in terms of recognition or financial reward .16 Millennials, who were raised to excel, seek work that allows them to grow as people,17 while Boomers, as we’ve seen, pursue encore careers which en- able them to serve others . In particular, workers are carefully contemplating the impact of

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Pilieci, Hollywood Blames Canada for Half of Movie Piracy, Canada.com, Jan. 24, 2007, available at http://www.canada.com/topics/ technology/story.html?id=f8ae08f5-b82d-4e87-97b9-67ff7097638f&k=65095 (last visited Jun. 15, 2010). 211 See Aaron Schwabach, Intellectual Property Piracy: Perception and Reality in China, the United States, and Elsewhere, 2 JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT LAW 65,65 (2008). Cf. e.g., Peter K. Yu indicates four common misconceptions about copyright piracy: “(1) copyright piracy is merely a cultural problem, (2

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in Egypt or abroad. In fact, the photos taken by Zamparelli will be resorted to throughout the paper. The prime reason, is that her work has reached not only the Egyptians through her Flickr17 account and Twitter, but her publications of these photos in New York, where she is currently based, or in Italy as well as Germany have contributed to raising the awareness of what we may call “the global observer”18. In addition to this fact, her pictures were also chosen by the researcher of this paper in order to explain what new norms and concepts were brought

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argumentiert. Bei aller Vielfalt der Diskussion9, auch in Deutschland stechen zwei Hauptbegründungen für das Warum der Menschenrechte hervor. Die eine ist schöpfungstheologisch. Sie besagt, dass die Menschenrechte von Gott in der Schöpfung dem Menschen und der Natur eingestiftet sind. Dies ist ein wenig naturrechtlich gedacht. Aber im evangelischen, im protestantischen Bereich — in Deutschland jedenfalls - hat man immer noch eine gewisse Angst vor dem Naturrecht und schiebt es weg. 7 Zum Begriff Konrad Raiser, Protestantismus, in: Evangelisches Kirchenlexikon, 1992

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C H A P T E R T H I R T E E N Copyright Law CONTROVERSY: Do superheroes really have super powers? Yes, if you consider mak- ing tons of money a super feat. Marvel Entertainment, the company that created Spider- Man, the Fantastic 4, the X-Men, and Iron Man, is worth about $4 billion. Now, imagine if your dad co-created many of those comic-book-heroes-turned-Hollywood- box-office-stars, and Marvel didn’t cut your father a share of the blockbuster profits. Would you need a super weapon to get the money due your father? No, just everyday copyright law. In 2010, the

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to recognize and support non-traditional family configurations, which has resulted in a variety of ‘risks’ for certain families. A recurring theme in children’s television and film culture in the US, which ref lects this ‘crisis of childhood’ is the fear of absent parents and the non-existent community, a theme apparent in diverse genres such as teen fantasy television shows like Buf fy the Vampire Slayer, and in big-budget Hollywood family films such as Home Alone. Barney thus is the resurrected ‘dinosaur’ of the patriarchal American family, albeit couched