Using other people’s research or ideas without giving them due credit is plagiarism.
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Sometimes the reason behind the color is geographical, sometimes it's political, sometimes its religious.
It was founded in 1977 by Donald Wildmon as the National Federation for Decency and is headquartered in Tupelo, Mississippi.
The categorization is accompanied by short descriptions of the content of the episode under review.
The review also lists the advertisers of each show and invites readers to contact the advertisers or television networks to express concern over program content.
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The historic 34-room mansion is known locally as “The First Texas White House” and was built in 1924 by the 31st governor of the Lone Star State.
Most passports come in shades of red, blue, green, and black. Thousands of people gather on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile to mark the start of winter with a Celtic fire festival.
In addition to the publication, AFA Journal articles are made available online.
The journal reviews the content of prime-time television shows, categorizing them based on profanity, sex, violence, homosexuality, substance abuse, "anti-Christian" content, or "political correctness".
The AFA defined itself as "a Christian organization promoting the biblical ethic of decency in American society with primary emphasis on television and other media," later switching their stated emphasis to "moral issues that impact the family." Reverend Donald Wildmon served as chairman of AFA until he announced his retirement on March 3, 2010. AFA is governed by an independent Board of Directors.
AFA Journal is a monthly publication with a circulation of 180,000 containing news, features, columns, and interviews.