According to a Princeton study by Professor Harold Cramer, almost 4 out 10 celebrities commit crimes which are or could be reprimanded by law (Cramer 11).This percentage can be compared to the rate of non-celebrities committing crimes, which is .12 out of 10 (Cramer 12).In light of this knowledge, we should be able to ascertain the public’s reverence towards celebrities is illogical and even ludicrous.Tags: Essays That Describe A ProcessNative Studies EssayLiterature Review On Domestic ViolencePeer Editing Sheet For Research PaperResearch Paper On Ratio AnalysisTyping An Essay
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The celebrity lifestyle is clearly not an advantageous example for the public in terms of family life.
We would not want our children, or our adult friends as well, to be associated with criminals, right?
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Celebrities have become akin to gods to the public.