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In 2012, the US Surgeon General concluded, "There is a causal relationship between depictions of smoking in the movies and the initiation of smoking among young people.
While the study examined films released after 1971, arguably the start of the modern cop film genre with "Dirty Harry," 95 percent of African-American depictions did not occur until after 1987.
They noted that policies to decrease the negative effects on youth of onscreen depictions of smoking have been recommended by the World Health Organization and endorsed by many public health and health professional organizations, including APHA, the American Heart Association, American Lung Association and Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids.
Instead, the court invalidated the statute because it found that the statute could apply to other depictions that clearly were protected, such as depictions of hunting.
Wardi does a better job of tracing close connections between Cane's "Portrait in Georgia" and "Blood Burning Moon" and Gaines's Of Love and Dust in their depictions of interracial relationships that result in lynching.
Diligently compiled within 144 pages, The Civil War is inclusive of 11 maps with very detailed and in-depth depictions and essays of the Civil War's battles, campaigns, victories and demises, vividly and accurately detailing key particulars of the conflict.
Lasting: Poems On Aging, deftly edited by Meg Files, is an encouraging collection of poetic interpretations and depictions of aging and the nearing of death.
The nine essays in this volume attempt to understand the divergent accounts of Sennacherib's invasion of Judah in 701: 2 Kgs 18:13-16, 2 Kgs 18:17-19:37, 2 Chronicles 32, the Assyrian royal annals, the depictions of this campaign in Sennacherib's palace at Nineveh, the excavations of archaeologists, and the account of Egypt's interaction with Assyria in Herodotus.
Those three destinies mirror the paradox of the French experience for African American artists, something that has often been overlooked in idealized depictions of the land of the French general and political leader Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Montier de Lafayette (1757-1834).
Of especial note are the realistic artist's depictions of myriad species variations for different birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, etc.
Some scientists propose that more-accurate depictions of research and more-favorable portrayals of scientists in film and on TV may lead young people to study science.
Two large portraits have been drawn directly on the walls, depictions of young women--the artists themselves--whose ordinariness is offset by the close attention given to the patterns and textures of their clothes.
Stephen Sawyer's contemporary depictions of Christ are not solely limited to "No Appointment Necessary.
Dear Editor, -Film makers and others profit from their depictions of gratuitous violence, sexual depravity and permissiveness.
It should also be said that Kunzle's imagery includes numerous images of biblical or mythological violence, such as the Massacre of the Innocents or the Rape of the Sabine Women, in addition to direct depictions of professional soldiers in action, so it considers the cultural valence of the soldier as much as any documentary or expressly contemporary valuation.