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  Big Brother: 1984,orwell,government,control,privacy,dictatorship,dictator,censorship,censor
In his classic novel, 1984, George Orwell described a totalitarian society in which the government, referred to as the Party, had almost total control over the people.
The supreme ruler of the Party was Big Brother.
Walter Cronkite, in his Preface to the paperback edition of 1984 published by The New American Library, said Orwell wrote his novel as an essay on "power, how it is acquired and maintained, how those who seek it or seek to keep it tend to sacrifice anything and everything in its name." (p.
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 Big Brother
Big Brother - Velký Bratr - je původně postava z utopistického románu 1984, který napsal George Orwel (v r.1948).
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  1984 - Part 1, Chapter 2 by George Orwell
DOWN WITH BIG BROTHER was written all over it, in letters almost big enough to be legible across the room.
On the walls were scarlet banners of the Youth League and the Spies, and a full-sized poster of Big Brother.
There was the usual boiled-cabbage smell, common to the whole building, but it was shot through by a sharper reek of sweat, which-one knew this at the first sniff, though it was hard to say how was the sweat of some person not present at the moment.
www.george-orwell.org /1984/1.html   (2592 words)

 George Orwell, 1984
Big Brother -- in whose person the functions of military commander-in-chief, political leader and religious figure are combined and integrated -- is infallible and all-powerful.
Big Brother is the spectacular guise in which the ruling class chooses to exhibit itself to the world.
It is important to note that Big Brother is not Big Father: The parallel with the Christian myth of Jesus Christ (the Son of God) is striking and intentional.
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 1984: For the love of Big Brother
1984 has been described as one of the most powerful science fiction novel of the 20th century, an “apocalyptic satire” on how an individual’s personality – Winston Smith – is removed and substituted by a robot that “loves” Big Brother.
“1984” is “just” a year in the not too distant future… though several theories add a further potential dimension as to “why” 1984 specifically.
Big Brother is not a political dictatorship – it is mind control.
www.philipcoppens.com /1984.html   (3023 words)

 Big Brother Awards
Each year, the national members and affiliated organizations of Privacy International present the "Big Brother" awards to the government and private sector organisations which have done the most to threaten personal privacy in their countries.
The 5th French Big Brother Awards were held on 21 January 2005 at the Centre Cuturel La Clé in Paris.
The slogan 'Nicht lamentieren, nominieren' (don't lament, nominate!) now calls on a special new category of victims of Big Brother; workers that are being controlled at the work-floor with the help of video-camera's and key-loggers.
www.privacyinternational.org /bba   (782 words)

 1984 - Part 1, Chapter 4 by George Orwell
For example, it appeared from The Times of the seventeenth of March that Big Brother, in his speech of the previous day, had predicted that the South Indian front would remain quiet but that a Eurasian offensive would shortly be launched in North Africa.
Big Brother's Order for the Day, it seemed, had been chiefly devoted to praising the work of an organization known as FFCC, which supplied cigarettes and other comforts to the sailors in the Floating Fortresses.
He was a total abstainer and a non-smoker, had no recreations except a daily hour in the gymnasium, and had taken a vow of celibacy, believing marriage and the care of a family to be incompatible with a twenty-four-hour-a-day devotion to duty.
www.george-orwell.org /1984/3.html   (3070 words)

 BeCaL | Toolkit - Study Guide to Big Brother (Channel 4)
Big Brother is the latest spectacle in the parade of "reality TV" shows that has been followed by millions of people across the world.
Big Brother is the all-seeing, all-knowing force behind the ruling Party which has everyone under constant televisual surveillance.
For the Big Brother contestants, selected from 40,000 hopefuls, fame and fortune were obviously motivating factors and seen as the guaranteed reward for having your life opened up to the public over nine weeks.
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 Big Brother (1984) - InfoSearchPoint.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Big Brother is the nominal leader of Oceania in Nineteen Eighty-Four, George Orwell's chilling dystopic novel.
"Big Brother" is a dictator in a totalitarian state, taken to its utmost logical consequence.
The physical description of "Big Brother" is reminiscent of Joseph Stalin.
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 1984 - INGSOC Gear
Thus, at one moment Winston's hatred was not turned against Goldstein at all, but, on the contrary, against Big Brother, the Party, and the Thought Police; and at such moments his heart went out to the lonely, derided heretic on the screen, sole guardian of truth and sanity in a world of lies.
Then the sheep-face melted into the figure of a Eurasian soldier who seemed to be advancing, huge and terrible, his sub-machine gun roaring, and seeming to spring out of the surface of the screen, so that some of the people in the front row actually flinched backwards in their seats.
But the face of Big Brother seemed to persist for several seconds on the screen, as though the impact that it had made on everyone's eyeballs was too vivid to wear off immediately.
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 Big Brother (1984) - Article from FactBug.org - the fast Wikipedia mirror site
The physical description of "Big Brother" is reminiscent of Joseph Stalin or Lord Kitchener.
He is a face on the hoardings, a voice on the telescreen… Big Brother is the guise in which the Party chooses to exhibit itself to the world.
In Party propaganda, however, Big Brother is presented as a real person, who was one of the founders of the Party along with Emmanuel Goldstein.
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 1984 | George Orwell | Literature | Classics | eBooks
In 1984, the insidious order is known as "Big Brother," a personification of the regime that both demands and ensures absolute loyalty and obedience from all of its citizens.
Perhaps the most often-discussed component to Big Brother's control is the use of the telescreens, television-like gadgets installed in every home that act as surveillance devices and keep track of who is obeying and who is not.
Orwell's final novel, 1984, is the story of one man's struggle against the ubiquitous, menacing state power ("Big Brother") that tries to dictate nearly every aspect of human life.
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 Apple's 1984
In the third quarter of the 1984 Super Bowl, a strange and disorienting advertisement appeared on the TV screens of the millions of viewers tuned in to the yearly ritual.
The 1984 commercial was a critical moment in the development of the American public's conception of the proper uses and cultural implications of personal computers.
[Slide] The Big Brother figure, his face hidden by reflected glasses and framed by blinking letters and numbers, seems almost to be a creature of the TV screen itself, rather than a flesh-and-blood person.
www.duke.edu /~tlove/mac.htm   (3961 words)

 Fiction ebooks | 1984 ebook
"Big Brother," "doublespeak," and "the thought police" have become part of our everyday lexicon, and the term "Orwellian" has become a familiar adjective for any situation-real or imagined-where conformity is compulsory and where someone always seems to be watching.
In 1984, the insidious order is known as "Big Brother," a personification of the regime that both demands and ensures absolute loyalty and obedience from all of its citizens.
Perhaps the most often-discussed component to Big Brother's control is the use of the telescreens, television-like gadgets installed in every home that act as surveillance devices and keep track of who is obeying and who is not.
www.ebookimpressions.com /products.asp?recnumber=5571   (588 words)

 The "1984" Macintosh Ad - Sarah Stein   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In 1984, the emergence of a new form of computer that was to revolutionize the consumer market once again called on new ways of representing re-enchantment.
In 1984, the feminist movement, though already facing some of the backlash against women in the public sphere that continues to this day, would have still have allowed for a wide familiarity with a woman as signifier of the iconoclast rule-breaker.
The patriarchal oligopoly that Big Blue represents is mobilizing in this period to move to subvert the feminist movement and the interventions made against sexual, racial, and economic inequality.
www.uiowa.edu /~commstud/adclass/1984_mac_ad.html   (4377 words)

 George Orwell's 1984
1984 has come and gone, but George Orwell's prophetic nightmarish vision in 1949 of the world we were becoming is timelier than ever.
1984 is still the great modern classic of "Negative Utopia"—a startingly original and haunting novel that creates an imaginary world that is completely convincing, from the first sentence to the last four words.
We also invite you to participate in our brand new 1984 message board, where everyone can share ideas, ask questions and listen to different opinions.
www.gerenser.com /1984   (213 words)

 Big Brother is Watching You - CT101
Before Big Brother was a reality show or a common phrase used to describe government surveillance and oppression, Big Brother was an enigmatic figure-head of a totalitarian state in George Orwell's classic novel "1984."
In "1984," "big brother" and the "thought police" weed out nonconformists and attempt to control every aspect of people's lives.
"1984" was originally published in 1949 and has been translated into 62 different languages.
media.www.ecollegetimes.com /media/storage/paper991/news/2007/03/22/Ct101/Big-Brother.Is.Watching.You-2785003.shtml   (387 words)

 Big Brother Bill: It's 1984 all over Again
Most of the commentary over the George Orwell's novel, "1984" that occurred in that year, was derision, saying that now it was quite clear that the eerie picture painted of "Big Brother" was unlikely, and certainly not possible.
This is the George Orwell novel, "1984" come to life, a little late, but it's definitely here.
It doesn't take a genius to realize that could be used by Big Brother just as easily without your knowledge.
www.yournew.com /big_brother_bill.cfm   (910 words)

 Big Brother - 1984 at Your Door in 2007   (Site not responding. Last check: )
BIG BROTHER IS BOSSIE'S BOSS - Animal ID plan angers some farmers - System aims to track livestock during outbreak - Salatin calls the system “foolishness” that will put an unnecessary financial burden on family farms and won't do a thing to stop the spread of contagious livestock and poultry diseases.
BIG BROTHER IS TRACKING YOU - FBI director wants ISPs to track users - FBI Director Robert Mueller on Tuesday called on Internet service providers to record their customers' online activities, a move that anticipates a fierce debate over privacy and law enforcement in Washington next year.
BIG BROTHER STRIKES...YOU - SILENCING THE PEOPLE & 911 - "The compromise legislation, which is racing toward the White House, authorizes the president to seize American citizens as enemy combatants, even if they have never left the United States.
www.freedompointnews.com /spook.html   (2141 words)

 1984--Big Brother   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Big Brother is the omniscient, omnipresent leader of the Party.
His face is on posters plastered all over Oceania, along with the caption "Big Brother is Watching You." He may not be real, or even have ever been real, but he represents the power and surveillance of the government.
Of all the dystopian elements in 1984, this one is perhaps the most real in our society today.
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 Jonah Goldberg on Big Brother, 1984, and the Media on National Review Online   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Not only was Big Brother never here in the first place, but the knee-jerk belief that he was here reflects precisely the sort of ideological brainwashing 1984 was supposed to be warning us against.
The roots of this Big Brother mythology are deep and intricate, but surely it arises in part because of the general liberal conviction that the past is bad and Big Brother is bad, thus — since we don't have Big Brother now — he must have existed in the past.
But saying that they're being installed for the same reasons that we used to ascribe to Big Brother societies like the Soviet Union or Nazi Germany (or the phantasm police state of the 1960s) is patently goofy and more than a little offensive.
www.nationalreview.com /goldberg/goldberg032202.shtml   (1282 words)

On January 22, 1984, the controversial commercial aired to an audience of 96 million early in the third quarter of Super Bowl XVIII, in which the Los Angeles Raiders defeated the Washington Redskins 38 to 9 in Tampa Stadium.
The 1984 commercial was the first example of what Sculley called "event marketing," the goal of which is to create a promotion so groundbreaking that it deserves as much coverage as the product itself.
As 1984 was originally conceived, Big Brother did not have a speaking role, but director Ridley Scott wanted to give him some lines.
www.curtsmedia.com /cine/1984.html   (1918 words)

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 George Orwell - 1984 - Inhaltsangabe | Rezension
Ihr habt schon recht: Vieles, was in 1984 beschrieben wurde, ist heute Realiltät.
Dass es heute Sendungen wie "Big Brother" gibt, erinnert mich nicht nur an Orwells Geschichte sondern auch an Aldous Haxleys "Schöne Neue Welt" Orwell hat die Idee der Überwachung in einem totalitären Staat kommunistischer/nazistischer Prägung geliefert.
Nach einem viertelstündigem Vortrag über das Buch habe ich eingesehen, dass keine Kameras angebracht werden und ich "1984" lesen muss, um weiter zu diskutieren.
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 1984 by George Orwell. Search, Read, Study, Discuss.
In 1984, Winston Smith lives in London which is part of the country Oceania.
Oceania is a totalitarian society led by Big Brother, which censors everyone's behavior, even their thoughts.
I have a copy of 1984 by George Orwell that is a different version than what is normally available.
www.online-literature.com /orwell/1984   (1105 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: 1984 Nineteen Eighty-Four: Books: George Orwell   (Site not responding. Last check: )
An apocalyptic tale set in a nation ruled by Big Brother, where speech is doctored and thoughts are controlled by totalitarian agents.
The incredible thing about 1984 is that it has done this at the time it was released, then consistently until the current day - when it is as relevant as ever.
Moreover, `The big brother' phenomena is an extraordinary masterpiece exposed by an English Moralist.
www.amazon.co.uk /1984-Nineteen-Eighty-Four-George-Orwell/dp/0140126716   (1911 words)

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