Jessica M

Jessica recently earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Digital Media with an Organizational Leadership and Supervision minor. She is 22 years old and lives in Texas.

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    Why we all secretly love home renovation shows.

    Discuss the semi-recent rise of home renovation shows such as Fixer Upper, Love it or List it, etc. and the effects they have on viewers.

    • That's so funny, I was just thinking about this. There's something so addicting about watching them, and I feel like if someone can pinpoint exactly what that is, this would make a great article. Is it because we all just like looking at other people's homes? – thewyverary 4 years ago
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    You make some good points. I think more could have been done to follow the “anti capitalism” theme in the production and publication of the movie.

    The Hypocrisy of The Hunger Games

    I have to agree with your point about the female heroes being too one-sided to really be interesting. I’m probably alone in this, but Snow White drives me nuts. Her eternal quest for nothing more than true love and fighting for the greater good no matter the nonsense required to make it happen is one of the many reasons why I find her an annoyance on the show more than a contribution.

    Once Upon a Time and the Villainization of Women

    Even though I grew up just shy of watching Friends on live TV, it is one of my go-to feel-good shows when I’m looking for something to binge watch on Netflix and forget the rest of the world. Friends is timeless and raised the bar extremely high for sitcoms.

    The Effect of "Friends"