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A Case for Reading Examining Challenged and Banned Books
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Love Anime? At that point You\'d Better Love Your first Amendment Rights Programs to Get Teens Thinking About their Freedom of Speech Mary McCarthy (with help from Nicole Steffen and Askasha de Lioncourt)

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Universal Declaration of Human Rights December 10, 1948 the General Assembly of the United Nations received and broadcasted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights "Whereas negligence and hatred for human rights have brought about brutal acts which have offended the still, small voice of humankind, and the coming of a world in which individuals might appreciate the right to speak freely and conviction and flexibility from trepidation and need has been announced as the most elevated yearning of the basic individuals, "

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The First Amendment Congress should make no law regarding a foundation of religion, or restricting the free practice thereof; or condensing the right to speak freely, or of the press; or the privilege of the general population serenely to amass, and to appeal to the Government for a change of grievances. - The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution The First Amendment Where in the First Amendment does it say that the privileges of high schoolers are less critical that the privileges of grown-ups?

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The Knight Foundation Survey "A critical number of US secondary school understudies respect their established right to the right to speak freely as exorbitant, as indicated by another review. Over 33% of the 100,000 understudies addressed felt the First Amendment went "too far" in ensuring the right to speak freely, squeeze, love and get together. Just half felt daily papers ought to be permitted to distribute stories that did not have the administration\'s approval." (Knight Foundation) Why would it be advisable for us to be concerned if adolescents don\'t esteem their right to speak freely?

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A working majority rules system requires an accomplished, thinking people with people equipped for making up their own personalities. People need impartial access to data keeping in mind the end goal to settle on their own contemplated choices. There are about 20,000,000 secondary school understudies in the United States. Today\'s secondary school understudies will vote in favor of our next president. It is safe to say that you are concerned at this point?

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Remember that Freedom of Speech applies to numerous organizations Be certain to check for your own inclinations. (ex: These CYAAL Xtreme Reads delineations were considered "disgusting" by some Colorado curators.)

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Programs to Get Teens Thinking Remember that Freedom of Speech applies to numerous organizations Books Comic Books Movies Video Games Cyberspace Clothing (School regalia, clothing regulations, mottos and graphical medication pictures on shirts) Anime and Manga

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Books ALA IFC Banned Book Week (wrangles about, fake trials, film celebrations, and so forth.) National Council of Teachers of English. "A Case for Reading—Examining Challenged and Banned Books " Oklahoma open library confined areas Challenge: Figure out how to boycott this book

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Comics Code Authority Marvel Rating System

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Movies/TV Examine U.S. TV rating frameworks, contrast with Canada Examine MPAA Ratings. Current MPAA motion picture appraisals comprise of: Rated G – General groups of onlookers: All ages conceded. Appraised PG – Parental direction recommended: Some material may not be reasonable for kids. Appraised PG-13 – Parents unequivocally forewarned: Some material might be improper for youngsters under 13. Evaluated R – Restricted: Persons under 17 require going with guardian or grown-up watchman. Appraised NC-17 – No one 17 and under conceded. Feedback of MPAA framework

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Movies/TV Debate what part ought to government play in film evaluations Debate Movie Pricing 13 and more established pay the grown-up cost. New understudy rates kind of location this, aside from a 18-year-old understudy can see more films at the same cost that a 12-17-year-old understudy. Talk about EU and Canadian motion picture evaluations European Union motion picture appraisals "He said movies may take after the case of computer games, now managed crosswise over the greater part of Europe, in requiring liberal countries to submit to the evaluations requested by more traditionalist ones. A BBFC representative said there were no quick wants to present an orchestrated appraisals framework yet that the EU had not released the idea." UK reasons for alarm over film evaluations thought

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Movies/TV Debate what part ought to government play in motion picture evaluations Debate Movie Pricing 13 and more seasoned pay the grown-up cost. New understudy rates kind of location this, aside from a 18-year-old understudy can see more motion pictures at the same cost that a 12-17-year-old understudy. Talk about EU and Canadian motion picture appraisals European Union motion picture evaluations "… movies may take after the case of computer games, now controlled crosswise over the majority of Europe, in requiring liberal countries to submit to the evaluations requested by more traditionalist ones. A BBFC representative said there were no quick wants to present a blended appraisals framework however that the EU had not released the idea." UK reasons for alarm over film evaluations thought

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Movies/TV Examine International contrasts in motion picture evaluations Atlantis the Lost Empire (Disney). Australia:PG, Singapore:G, USA:PG Remember, this is a motion picture about endeavored genocide! Fifth Element. Argentina:13, Australia:PG, Germany:12, Singapore:NC-16, Singapore:PG (cut), UK:PG, USA:PG-13 Nausicaa of the Valley of Wind. Australia:PG, Canada:G (Quebec), Canada:PG (Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Ontario), Poland:(Banned), Singapore:G, USA:PG (cut adaptation) (1985), USA:PG (uncut form) (2004) Participate in the YFEN & NCAC Annual Film Contest

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Anime and Manga Definitions "(ah-nee-may) Anime, as characterized by normal fan use, is essentially any movement that is made in Japan." (Poitras) "(ma-n-ga) (Maw - Nnnnn - Gah) Manga can be generally interpreted as "comic books", in all actuality it is a substantially more mind boggling subject." (Poitras)

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So what\'s the issue? Altered Anime When conveyed to the United States, anime and manga are frequently altered. ex: Visuals, time, discourse, sounds, story sections, subjects, tunes, throwing of voice performing artists, and so on

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Edited for Content Dragonball (characters never bite the dust, they go "to another dimension") Dragonball (bathing suit added to baby who circled bare) Gundam (weapons altered to sparkle objects which shoot light not projectiles) One Piece (skin of associate helped to not irritate African-Americans) One Piece (cigarette transformed into smoking candy)

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Edited for Content Yu-Gi-Oh! (weapons expelled so characters seem, by all accounts, to be just indicating at articles) Sailor Moon (character changed female to dispense with gay person relationship) Nausicaa of the Valley of Wind (fight in court won by Miyazaki and Tokuma Shoten organization) Shaman King (caps of reprobates adjusted so seem less like KKK individuals) Yu Hakusho (names changed, evacuated social references, disposed of segments of story)

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Issues Raised What anime is for kids? For high schoolers? For grown-ups? Social references Idiomatic expressions Americanization (ex: character name changes, U.S. legislative issues included) Isolationism (does everybody should be named Sue or Joe to be a substantial human?) Alcohol Smoking

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Issues Raised Commercialization Truancy Violence (weapons, swords/blades blunted, expulsion of pictures of blood) Sexuality (nakedness, homosexuality) Racism in Japanese society Japan prejudice \'profound and significant\' : A free examiner for the UN says bigotry in Japan is profound and significant, and the legislature does not perceive the profundity of the issue. (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/howdy/asia-pacific/4671687.stm)

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Fans Some like to watch unedited DVD forms Some vibe a few changes enhance the work Some vibe make the work destructive in light of the fact that it expels nonWestern social references, or against Western social messages Some vibe alters infer the Japanese society is some way or another defective

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Teen Programs Anime MST3K: Have high schoolers do 5-10 minute subdubs that change the expectation of the first story Nausicaa Fights: Watch both renditions of Nausicaa (got the same rating both times in U.S.) and have a dialog Art Show: Have teenagers redraw boards of most loved Manga to show how it could be altered. Appraisals Game: Have teenagers perused certain manga titles and have them allocate a rating to every one. Count them up and let adolescents see the general concensus.

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Teen Programs Dial-a-Dialog: Have teenagers compose their own particular discourse for manga scenes, either existing ones or for ones they show themselves. Keep the first exchange discrete. At that point have different high schoolers make up new discourse. Talk about how this changed the first purpose, what did the first creator think, and so on. Missing Scene: Have teenagers compose their own particular short stories, however have them forget a significant scene. At that point perceive what number of high schoolers can comprehend what\'s truly happening in the story. Cosplay (outfit play) Contest. Dress like a character from an anime arrangement. Extremely well known in Japan, mostly because of school clothing standards.

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Teen Programs Manga Scrapbook/Poster: use pictures from Web to make prior and then afterward restriction boards Have high schoolers hang out and chat with each other, so they can realize what others think the limits are. also, generally vitally... Realize what the youngsters need to show Let high schoolers let you know what they truly think

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