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SpongeBob American Identity Project

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Ritsuma Inaba

on 10 October 2012

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Transcript of SpongeBob American Identity Project

American Identity within SpongeBob SquarePants By:Ritsuma Inaba It represents freedom and tolerance American citizens have always looked forward and never turned back. SpongeBob also has these qualities as an American. He is independent, easy-going, and free of the pressure to conform. This is how Americans are viewed around the world. Altogether, SpongeBob’s character resembles same traits as what an ordinary citizen in America has. Americans are very open to new and creative ideas. If something or someone interests them, there is room for it to become a national icon. The idea of the square, yellow sponge character proved very unique and innovative to many audiences. SpongeBob gained viewers throughout the country, increasing in popularity every year. As a result, it became an icon in United States. Brief Summary of SpongBob SquarePants Similar to how the sea creatures in SpongeBob interact with each other, Americans have adopted and accepted differences in others. In the world of SpongeBob, all sorts of different sea creatures live together in one place. Similarly, America in this current state resembles the ideal world that appears in SpongeBob. Religious freedom and race toleration are practiced in America. Have confidence about the
future even when they are
facing tough situations Describes America in the fact that it is very unique and innovative Thank you very much for listening to my presentation! SpongeBob SquarePants is a cartoon show created by Animator Stephen Hillenburg in 1999. From kids to adults, the television show SpongeBob SquarePants is popular in all age groups throughout America. In fact, SpongeBob SquarePants has been the center of American cartoons for more than a decade. 3 points of American Identity highlighted by SpongeBob
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