雅思作文7分范文及解析:年轻人过分崇拜媒体和体育名人

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Nowadays young people overly admire media and sports celebrities. Do you think it is a positive or negative development?
 
题目大意
 
现在的年轻人过分崇拜媒体和体育名人。你认为这是一个积极的发展还是消极的发展?
 
写作思路解析
 
人们对体育或媒体名人的喜爱的狂热增长是好是坏,完全取决于他们如何表达对自己偶像的喜爱。我们从新闻报道中看到一些过度痴迷的粉丝行为不理性,有时甚至疯狂,但这完全是有点极端的,因为通常只有疯狂的崇拜者才会选择这样做。然而,这并不意味着没有必要担心,最坏的情况可能类似于令人遗憾的后果,或者至少是“狂热分子”在成功侵犯这些名人的隐私,并采取行动满足他们的病态需求后,可能会给他们的个人安全带来的威胁,比如跟踪他们或偷走他们的物品作为收藏品。许多改编自真实故事的电影描述都与此有关。
 
虽然上面列出的事实表明,人们对心爱的偶像过度钦佩导致了一个极端,但普遍的、常见的情况是,人们确实通过模仿公众人物的行为和行为从公众人物中获益良多。对于大多数人来说,追逐相似性是人的本性,如果有机会与明星有共同之处,他们往往会成为与偶像一样有吸引力、风趣或有影响力的人,这也就不足为奇了。也就是说,名人开展的活动大多是积极的,对全社会有帮助的,都会在一定程度上影响公众的反应。由著名运动员或电影明星拍摄的公益广告就是一个很好的例子,它是防止人们浪费太多资源或鼓励他们培养积极的日常习惯的有用方式。关于这一点,对人类来说,将这种狂热的钦佩视为促进贡献性社会行动的理想方式是明智的,但知道人们对新奇事物的兴趣,以及他们更关注缺陷而不是好东西的本质,这也会导致粉丝们从那些公众人物那里学到的坏习惯--吸烟、吸毒、乱交等--比从那些公众人物那里学到的好习惯更多的趋势。
 
在看过这两种猜测后,我会争辩说,真相会介于两者之间。利用人们的钦佩作为为公众塑造正面形象的工具是有意义的,但要意识到名人的个性可能会误导他们的追随者;我们也应该考虑到那些非理性粉丝的极端行为。
 
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高分写作示范
 
The prosperity of information and media industries prepares us the ground of getting well in touch with events that happen in the sports circle and showbiz. That also indicates that people nowadays are increasingly paying their attention to what is going on with athletes or other media darlings. This type of worship, however, raises the issue of whether this trend would head towards its contributions or problems.
 
Whether the wild increase of people admiring sports or media celebrities is good or not depends entirely on how they would behave to express their affections to their idols. What we have seen from news coverage reporting that some overly obsessive fans act irrationally or sometimes crazily is solely somewhat extreme, as normally only a lunatic fringe of admirers would opt to behave like that. However, this doesn't mean there is no need to worry; the worst-case scenario may be akin to the regrettable consequences, or at least, the threats a “zealot” may bring about to the personal security of those celebrities after they have succeeded in invading their privacy, and taken actions to fulfill their morbid needs, like tailing after them or stealing their stuff as a collection. Many film depictions adapted from true stories are related to this.
 
While the fact listed above indicates one extreme led to by people's over-admiration to their beloved idols, the general, common scenario is that people do gain a lot from the public figures by imitating the behaviors and actions of the latter. For most people, chasing the similarity is human nature, and it is not surprising that people tend to be the same attractive or funny or influential persons as their idols if there is a chance to have anything in common. That means the activities, most of which are positive and helpful to the whole society, that the famous people carry out would somewhat impact the response of the public. A case in point is the public service advertisement that is shot by famous athletes or movie stars, where they call for the public to live a positive life like they do; it is a useful way to preclude people from wasting too many resources or encourage them to cultivate positive daily habits. Concerning this, it would be wise for humans to view this worship as an ideal way of promoting contributive social actions, but knowing people's interests in novelty, and their nature of paying closer attention to flaws rather than good things, this would also lead to the trend that fans are learning bad habits--smoking, drug abuse, promiscuous sex, etc.-- more than good ones from those public figures.
 
After seeing both speculations, I would argue that the truth would lie somewhere in the middle. It is meaningful to use people's admiration as a tool for forming a positive image for the public, but be aware of the personalities of the celebrities that may mislead their followers; we should also take into account the extreme actions taken by those irrational fans.