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Hi I''m Duc Anh, I studied GMAT myself for about 1 month, below is my AWA essay. I''m pleased if any of you spend time to rate it. And also, tell me if I have any detail sound awkward or unnatural. Thank you guys so much!

Topic In some countries, television and radio programs are carefully censored for offensive language and behavior. In other countries, there is little or no censorship.

In your view, to what extent should government or any other group be able to censor television or radio program? Explain, giving relevant reasons and/or examples to support your position.


The policy of censorship are currently given my many governments in the world, yet there're still several countries does not support this act. Regarding this issue, I would give my opinion in favor of the former point of view and refute the latter.

First, there must be a intention of the author when publishing contents which are sensitive or violent. These intentions may normally go with reasons that would be arts, warning,… to name but a few. Therefore if the competent agency hidden these scenes before spreading to public, it may, in some sort, reduce the value of the work. Let's take the Wrecking Ball music video as an typical example. Nude scenes of the video was cut before streaming on TV and several web broadcaster such as Youtube. If it was kept original, it may certainly reveal all art value of the product as well as attract more viewers.

Second, the censorship policy obvious`ly limit the freedom right of citizen, which instead let them freely tell and spread what they think, in a non-constrained way. The most strictly media-controlling nation can be deemed to North Korea. In this country, watching foreign movies, especially South Korea's is a offensive act, and can lead to dead penalty. People are not allow transferring anything that undermine the image of their government. Thus, we can see the extremely violating human right act here. People of North Korea is living in the blind like life which they can't see anything going on in the vast world. 

In conclusion, government should, in some extent, release the censorship rules that constrain citizen from acquiring information, culture, and much more. So that we can build the socials which are fast-growing and more diversified.
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